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8/24/1979 Randy Newman &

8/24/1979

Randy Newman & Rotterdam Philharmonisch Orkest
Ahoy', Rotterdam, The Netherlands
1. Birmingham
2. Linda
3. Sigmund Freud's impersonation of Albert Einstein in America
4. Cowboy
5. He gives us all his love
6. It's money that I love
7. Yellow man
8. In Germany before the war
9. Short people
10. Simon Smith and the amazing dancing bear
11. Guilty
12. The story of a rock & roll band
13. I think it's going to rain today
14. Sail away
15. Kingfish
16. Louisiana 1927
17. The girls in my life (part 1)
18. Rednecks
19. Rider in the rain
20. Lonely at the top
21. God's song (that's why I love mankind)
22. Mr. Sheep
23. Political science
24. Marie
25. Texas girl at the funeral of her father
26. Davy the fat boy

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Beethoven Op.29, String

Beethoven Op.29, String Quintet in C major (Lindsays) and Op.30, Sonatas for Piano and Violin in A major, C minor and G major (Szering/Haebler)

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Listening to one of the site family members

Dave Muirs' .....King of Hearts......having just listened to Highway and A Tall Tale on his my space site give them a listen, well worth your time......................... .........may your dog be with you.................

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The Who 11/25/06 thanks to

The Who 11/25/06 thanks to canesterdf for putting the idea in my head... ( -:

I've loved the Who forever, too. we saw a couple of shows last year, this one was in Philadelphia, the boys fucking rocked.

actually, I think all of their recent touring is for sale through:

http://themusic.com/

DVDs of shows, too. if you are a fan, you will not be dissapointed. I was really happy to see them JAM through sparks which is one of my all time favorite tunes. Pino Paladino on bass, and Zak Starkey on drums. pretty fucking awesome shit.

peace.

"The highway is for gamblers, you'd better use your sense
Take what you have gathered from coincidence"

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Taping: Superlux

GD93-06-26
Taping: Superlux SMK-H8K>XLRs>UA-5>Optical Cable>JB3
Photo: Fujifilm S7000 and Cannon Digital Elph
Art:Charcoal, Pastels, etc...

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fire on the mountain

dp 18

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Dick's Picks Vol. 27 - Dark

Dick's Picks Vol. 27 - Dark Star (many refer to this as the best version there is)

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I made a "mock show" off the Tapers Section

I love to make "mock shows" using those kick ass nugs David L. gives us each week and I make a set playlist on my mp3 player.....Here is tonights show....

I try to stick to a "formula" that the Dead kinda followed.....

First Set

Easy Wind-12-31-70 (9:35)
Row Jimmy-2-4-78 (9:46)
Mississippi Half-Step-2-24-73 (8:23)
Bird Song-3-9-81 (11:21)
Samson>Bertha-5-15-77 (14:05)
Scarlet>Fire-2-27-81 (24:20)

Second Set

Jack Straw-2-1-78 (6:03)
Terrapin>Alhambra Jam-3-18-77 (15:33)
He's Gone>Truckin>Other One>Eyes-2-23-74 (60:04)

Encore-Franklin's Tower-5-9-78 (10:50) (I LOVE A STAND ALONE FRANKLIN AND THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST!!!!)

I would love to see what you cats out there can do!!!! Use whatever, cd's,tapes,mp3's.records
What Setlist can you create!!!!!!!!!!

Dead to the Core

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Jerry Garcia Band 2/28/80 Kean College

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The Who Live at Leeds circa 1970 remastered by Pete

Saw the Dead and the Who ,Oakland stadium about 1976 or so still love all of it.

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