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St. Paul Auditorium

2-17-73 Listening to the second set starter, Truckin'. Greatly anticipating HCS>China Cat>Rider.

Happy Prez day eve.

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Boogaloo Joe Jones

2/16/70 "Right On Brother" Think Grant Green WAY amped!!! RVG, the Master.

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Forget Wednesday, It's DEADnesday!!

I hope ya'll don't mind, but I've renamed one of the days of the week. Instead of Wednesday, what is otherwise known as "Hump Day" is now DEADnesday, a day DEADicated to...THE 'DEAD! To honor the first-ever DEADnesday, I'll be listening to the catalog (or what I have of it) in chronological order:
- S/T
- Anthem of the Sun
- Aoxomoxoa
- Live/Dead
- Workingman's Dead
- American Beauty
- Skulls & Roses
- Europe '72
- History of the 'Dead, Vol. 1 (Bear's Choice)
- Wake of the Flood
- From the Mars Hotel
- Europe '72, Vol. 2
- Dave's Picks, Vols. 1-4
- Spring 1990
- Dave's Picks, Vol. 5

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Black Light District

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Captain Beefheart

"Safe as Milk"; "Trout Mask Replica"; "Lick My Decals Off, Baby"; and the original version of "Bat Chain Puller" released last year by the Zappa Family Trust. Ol' Don is one of those artists whose music took time to grow on me, but I absolutely love his zany, cacophonous blues/rock ramblings. He truly is one of the underappreciated geniuses of the late '60s/'70s/'80s.

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