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Got a triple this time

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Barry Melton in France

This is from another list

I know there's a few French residents here.
He's playing at a festival in Rochefort (near La Rochelle) tonight.

Festival site here http://www.rochefort-en-accords.fr/programme.htm

There's also a good article/interview in today's Liberation :
http://www.liberation.fr/culture/273908.FR.php

I liked this quote (on his days with the Fish)
"We were young & carefree with no ambitions, except changing the
world. I don't know what happened but we completely screwed up. The
world's even worse today than it was before"

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Photos of Stockholm

i have just started scanning my photos etc of the Europe tour and have posted the first few of Stockholm

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Europe 90

I was also at The Berlin and Frankfurt shows ( and all the others as well).

I traveled everywhere by Train, in Berlin i stayed in what used to be migrant workers accommodation in East Berlin, Karl Marx Strasse junction with Ho Chi Minh alle, they know how to name streets there.

I will dig out my photos of the tour and scan them and put them up on the site

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Rockpalast

I watched my DVD of the show the other night and i hadn't noticed before, when Jer is tuning at the beginning of the show you see Townshend talking to him over the amp.

I don't know if the copy broadcast on TV was any better than that which i have on DVD but it is not up to release quality.

Cosmicbadger i assume you are a brit also, I come from Brighton

Bob

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HAHAHAHA

Cosmicbadger, you are soo right about that Grugahalle show! Agree w/you that Townsend looked like he landed on the wrong planet-very wasted and quite confused! Insecure almost. Cracked me up with Bobby taking care of him, you're right! Jerry was oblivious! Seemed like he was doing his own thing during Not Fade Away too, though he surely knew that one!!!!!!!! Thought "Shakedown Street" was particularly hot. Bob & Jerry going back and forth at the end. And "bemused" is a good word for the German crowd. Was missing the roar of the crowd during "He's Gone" on the "steal your face right off your head" line too.

And German t.v. digs out those Rockpalast shows in general from time to time, showing them late at night, or all night. The public t.v. channels air it (is cheap and fills ALOT of airtime, you know) PLUS there were alot of classic shows on Rockpalast over 30 years.

WILL indeed "drop you a pm"! :-)

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Europe '90--Martin, Molly, and Allie

Goodness I can't believe it's been 17 years. Where does the time go? My good friend Josh and I were hitchhiking through East Germany on our way to the Berlin shows and were finally picked up by a car full of hippies on the way to the shows. They had a candle burning on the dashboard and we crammed i. A guy named Martin from near Frankfurt was driving, his friend Allie was in the car as was a woman named Molly from Minnesota. We proceeded to have a real good time in Berlin and then after saying goodbye to Josh I hopped in with my new friends and we headed to Frankfurt. I'll never forget that night in Festhalle, an old and ornate European theater, or the all night partying that followed.

Anyway, I thought I'd write in the hopes of hearing back from any of you who might read this and remember those times.

Keep on keepin' on!

db

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rockpalast

I remember having a GD party in London to watch that show when it happened all those years ago. I still watch it from time to time. Amazing that German TV still show it. I have been posting on the DVD section of this site trying to get an official release. The Dead show is fun and very good up to Drums. The audience certainly look and act bemused at times and they look so young. Lovely moment during Drums when Bill's microphone keeps falling off its stand. He picks it up and for a moment grins and whirls it round on its cable a la Roger Daltry Whatever Garcia and Townsend got up to during drums heaven knows, but they come back looking and acting very wasted after. Second comic moment is when Garcia launches into Wharf Rat and Weir frantically tries to teach the song to a bemused Townsend in the background. The Who show is pretty good too. Sunshine, Tiger drop me a message in my inbox if you want to know more ;-)

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Rockpalast - The Who

I have only heard the Who's set, it was not broadcast on English TV, in march 81.

I have seen the Who more than any other band over the years, the last time in May this year in Madrid

An amazing Band, but a lot of their reputation was made in my hometown in the 60's

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Rockpalast

No The Who, but did see highlights of that a couple of weeks ago. WDR has been sending a half hour "best of 30 years of Rockpalast" for the last few weeks on Saturday night. Saw some real funny stuff like Joe Jackson, REM with a completely schnockered Michael Stype, Ramones, and all sorts of other things.
Last night was "jam band" night, and entire shows-started w/the above Dead, then Pfish, then Dave Matthews Band at Lorelei on the Rhine, then Widespread Panick. Went 'til 6:15 this morning-full length concerts all of them. I personally only made it through the Dead show. Was really great fun to watch, and what was cracking me up was that the German audience was obviously NOT familiar with the eternal tuning of Jerry. Were getting pissed and cranky in between numbers-could hear guys in the crowd shouting "SPIEL ENDLICH" (play already)

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