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yokohama here we come

essential for Japanese Heads -

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support Yukotopia!! a damn fine bar and venue. (there's an English page too!) -
http://www.yukotopia.jp/pc/index_j.html

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happy new year

Happy New Year to you all!!!!! Looking forward to a new year as last year completely drained me, the good and the bad,(I had a hard run.) I still believe there is more positivity out there than negativity. I believe that there is more ying than yang, but somehow the ying and the yang always equal out to be about 50/50. I have lost more friends this year, but as you grow older this becomes a common occurrence. Unfortunately i am only 36 and my former circle of friends knew, and still know how to run it hard. I have learned more and covered more ground this year , but the year of the rabbit will not have run its course until mid January. I will miss my fellow soldiers of the night who have fallen in 2011 and in the former. Me I am still on the road and heading for another joint and have a cocktail in hand and the music is most likely too loud. Have been spending some time back in the States in south Florida on the water, any heads in the Fort Lauderdale area? Strange being back in the States after being away for so long, I was in Myanmar for the last week and I had a similar feeling, but there is no place like home. Happy New Year!!!

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jodester

jodester,

cool let me know when you are playing, i have a place down on koh chang island and i am through BKK often. Yes in Shanghai but these days spending more time in South Florida. I have tickets to DSO in Fort Lauderdale in March, i have not seen them since 99 or 2000, looking forward to hearing some GD.

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Playin in the Band

Greetings from HK! Jodester - I get to BKK now and again. Tell me more about your band. I do my own Dead and Jerry routine with musicians in Beijing mainly. Recently played with Melvin in SF. Guitar, bass, vocals and some keys. Happy to fill in if there's a need in Thailand. And let me know if you ever come to hk or Beijing. Joesimone@me.com

Ps : though about playing the Phuket blues festival in the spring?

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Bangkok --

More like Venice these days with the floods.

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I miss my jam friends back in

I miss my jam friends back in Canada and while I have lots of friends here I dont have anyone to jam with, especially meandering-song-linking style we all know n Love.

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Hey Trifecta!

I'm in Bangkok these days bro. Got a Dead cover band started up here. Things are going well. Decided it was time to bust out of the European scene for a change. I'll be knocking around in Asia for quite a while I reckon. I think u said u are based in China if I remember correctly, or?

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thailand

hey friends how as everyone been! jodester where in thailand are you? Today was a wonderful day and i am so happy to be listening to the dead right now and just feeling at peace.

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@outtheshire

Haven't seen any Koreans posting here. I was in Korea 3x but never did the club scene. If no one helps you out here, assuming you speak Korean, get on the internet and start looking or if in Seoul get out to the bigger colleges and U's and have a look around, ask around.

Seoul is huge. Don't tell me that town ain't got no heart!

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