glad to see you're still upstairs
always great to see an ol' familiar name in ze winners "box"!!!
well, let's see if we actually get calenders this year, brother...
won a few years back with the 2/4/78 Row Jimmy & still waiting for that calender...
not... hehehe... ♤
i'll let you borrow mine if you need to know what day it is
i won in year two and three. never got a prize
and yet i keep coming back..
I don't even remember the last time I grooved to a Shakedown, but this got me in a great mood
the level of the guitars is definitely the key to figuring this one out, as well as a classic Jerry goof, and now for the obligatory, "just gotta poke around"
In this particular era.
Congrats hornsby! Loving this juicy combo today. Apart from the lead guitarist being a little low in the mix, this is just what I needed today to tear down this wall of COVID fatigue and get me ready to face another day. TGIN!
oh i gotta make a comment to post
still killin me
a fun thing to do is get to the middle of shakedown when they do their rounds and get it a little out of sync
and thanks to all the regular crew ive come to know for the last several years. This year seems different, some tasty nugs but a short playlist time.
Today did my usual list of possibles and settled in to enjoy, 1 time, 2 time, 3 time, 4 time.....not there....forgot the fingers in the hand...that left only 1.
Hope this made no sense to anyone...lol
ps. Dave, thanks for my birthday Casey Jones
Yes a good groove despite the low lead gtr volume.
I too liked hearing the "4 drummers" drum hits bounce around when I had 2 recordings just a little off sync
Way to go Hornsby!
this was from a good tour, but there does not appear to have been good enough soundboards to put the shows out commercially. Too bad.
What a great way to begin the day!
Started a new side activity this year... Once I find (what I think is) the answer, I search "What happened on xx/xx/xxxx. Kinda fun to see what was going on in the world.
Always good to see a winner....and always Grate to see one of the our long time 'Usual Suspects' on this site win the lottery. :-)
so far we've had 3, previous years there's been 4.
hope there isn't any more
but I am Grateful for and will
gather any and all that Dave sees fit to spill.......hope everyone has a pleasant day
and congrats to yesterday's winner
hornsby! Nice to see one of the group ring that bell!
Today's answer was gratefully brought to me by DEADBASE. Thanks DEADBASE!!!
So true, Klickah.........the searching then the decision, not the synching, is what makes it fun. I've never gotten into double figures any year, but I keep on pokin' around.
For no particular reason, looking into HCS, learned about the Vanport flood of '48 ("Van" from Vancouver, WA and "Port" from Portland, OR, see Hunter's comments in book "Box of Rain" under HCS), and recall the Lucky Lager plant in Vancouver, WA from when I played lacrosse in the PNLA tournament at Delta Park, Portland in the 1980's, which is where Vanport was before the flood:
Bobby: "No, no, no, Turn off the chandelier, turn the chandelier back."
Phil: "Yeah, yeah."
Bobby: "No, no, no". "The big f&#%#in' chandelier in the middle of the ceiling."
Jerry: "No, no, no."
Bobby: "Yeah, that's OK, too, but turn on (laughing)"
Jerry: "Show biz."
Bobby: "Hey, wait a minute...you guys ain't listening."
Jerry: "Welcome to Lucky Lager's Dance Time".
Bobby: "Ah! That's the one, that's the one. Now you can dim it just a taste if you care to dim it, as long as we can see..."
Jerry: "Dim it way down. Dim it WAY the F&%# down. WAY down."
Unknown: "WAY down."
What’s the scoop with Jerry being so low in the mix? Sound team must be aware?
Is Jerry himself not turning the volume knob up? He must not hear himself in the monitor mix? Maybe just on another planet? Who knows but man they get grooving on this one!
You just gotta poke around!
Must've been something wrong with the sb recording. Poke around to the aud and it fortunately sounds like all was good in the hall.
Checked out an aud. recording and there it is! Jerry filling the air with gusto!
morning soundtrack to get your bones movin' looose and groooovie! Hints of Starsky & Hutch or Berreta t.v. show themes too. Kind of a rare combo as it turns out.
Somehow missed it in my first search but eventually got there ... a but weary now but satisfied~
Surprised how few times played as combo.
Fastest Eyes I've ever heard is in this snow, err, I mean show! Take a listen and be prepared for lift off!
"I had one of those flashes I had been there before, been there before." This was a fun find. Screaming organ on Bertha. Turns out that I lived just a couple hours away from this venue, depending on how fast you drive, no speed limits (clue). My dad was transferred to help start up a Dupont Dacron fiber factory back in 1969. Great cultural experience living here for a couple years. - Dave's giving clever clues this year. Just to help out the newbies, my go-to reference is www.setlists.net. Some days if you listen carefully and check the setlists you can hone right in on the answer - and every setlist has a direct link to Archive.org. Kudos to Madhu Lundquist and Jeremy Lach for setting this up - it's a treasure. You just gotta poke around . . .
You just gotta poke around a bit to find this one
That's why if you please, bring 16 more like these.
Now I really have to move, cause I married me a wife.....
No need to arrest me - got it (drum fadeout and that tiny bit of feedback at the very end were the clinchers - maybe they finally got Jerry's guitar patched in properly??). Ah well, an opportunity to focus a bit more on the tasteful keys and good interplay of the vocals for the period.
Yes, this town does have a heart: congrats to hornsby, yeah baby! Nice for you to get the prize. And welcome to the out-of-sync drum club!
A handful of times. Nice show, besides. Thanks Dave, as always.
Don't tell me this town aint go no heart....
You just gotta smoke a pound!