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  1. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    Oh hell yes!

    I want to go to some Harry Chapin shows. Some Velvet Underground or Lou and JJ Cale at the Brooklyn Academy of Music would be nice. Some Fillmore East stuff wouldn't be bad, 4/28/71 would be high on the list. I want to go be a part of some of the Pete Seeger shows from small parks in the Hudson Valley. The GD in Egypt. It would have been nice to sit in on some Coltrane shows too. Too many...

    How's this time traveling thing going to work? Can it be something simple like a teleporter or something weirder?

    you can see much of HarryChapin's final concert on youtube --

    they played it on a loop on the student center concourse for a week in 1982 - I was hooked. Cool dude ; figured some sh*t out. died too soon...


    is a teleporter Star Trek ?

    I'm going with the flux capacitor : " roads(?) where we 're going, we don't need roads... "


    Seeger (?) Woody. some camp in the '30s...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meadow Skipper View Post
    Hendrix, Beatles, VU, Gram Parsons and Emmylou, early Doors, the Live Dead concert, Led Zep the first tour, Yardbirds (1 ea. Clapton, Page, Beck), almost any 1960s Troubador gig, early Talking Heads, the Replacements on a good night and a really bad one...
    Four times Hendrix, Parsons on the first tour introducing Emmylou in a small club, Zep with Mott the Hoople first tour.

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    how 'bout Dylan goes electric. 1960x

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    Steven Hawking when I was 14.
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    the situation strikes me as WAY too much drama at this point

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    Zeppelin with Bohnam the elder duh! Hendrix, Thin Lizzy, ACDC with Bonn... Janis Jopplin. Stevie Ray Vaughn.. And the Ritchie Valens, Buddy Holly, Big Bopper JP Richardson last gig. I'd tell them to take the bus instead of that plane..
    Go that way really REALLY fast. If something gets in your way, TURN!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skiJ View Post
    you can see much of HarryChapin's final concert on youtube --

    they played it on a loop on the student center concourse for a week in 1982 - I was hooked. Cool dude ; figured some sh*t out. died too soon...
    I have the tape of the whole show kicking around somewhere but my last tape deck died a while back I was at what was going to be his last show hanging out on the field with a couple thousand other people when we heard that he died a few hours earlier in the accident on the LIE. You've never seen so many sad people in one place I still get goosebumps every time I think about it.

    Quote Originally Posted by skiJ View Post
    is a teleporter Star Trek ?

    I'm going with the flux capacitor : " roads(?) where we 're going, we don't need roads... "
    Yup. Dude think about it - Live somewhere with a hammock and warm water with big waves, work wherever you need to and then go ski powder somewhere in the world on the way home from work. If you can figure out how to make that work for time travel too you've got shit all worked out and you can just bounce around from one fun thing to another. Don't forget to buy some IBM when you're back in 1967

    Quote Originally Posted by skiJ View Post
    Seeger (?) Woody. some camp in the '30s...
    Good call.

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    Any of the shows with the crew that recorded kind of blue.

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    Not a specific concert, but I'd be willing to do a short time bounce to see THE BETA BAND in their prime...pretty much every album they did was stellar. Not sure what their live shows were like, but I'd risk the space/time continuum to see them just to find out if they were as good live as they were in the studio.
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    Another one would be ANGEL'IN HEAVY SYRUP, again, no specific concert date, just one of their shows during their prime.
    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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    Charlie Parker, John Coltrane, Eric Dolphy, Miles Davis, Lester Young, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Tal Farlow, Gene Krupa, Buddy Rich, Patsy Cline, Django Reinhardt, Thelonius Sphere Monk, Cream, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Country Joe and the Fish, Jefferson Airplane, XTC, Clash, Material, Blind Faith, Traffic, Beatles, Delaney and Bonnie, Derek and the Dominos, Allman Brothers, Joy Division, New Order, Bachs, Brahms, Beethoven, Telemann, Dvorjak, Rimsky-Korsakov, Chopin, Stravinsky, Mussorgsky, Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, The Specials, The English Beat, Morphine, Blondie, The Voidoids, Hendrix for starters.
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    Throbbing Gristle. Fuck that would be a mindblower.

    So many of my fave bands rarely played live; but if seeing them in studio counts, then it would be awesome to watch Zoviet France record Mohnomische.

    Would love to be at the final Thin White Rope show in Ghent (“The one that got away” is one of the best live albums ever recorded.)

    Or the Pogues back in the Rum Sodomy era.

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    nov 29 1991
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    walked in and all the main stage chairs were being passed and piled in a corner
    at that point I knew it was gonna git good
    the old man of mosh would go back in a heart beat
    other than that Clapton on guitar for Waters pros and cons of hitchhiking
    would be one id go back for
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    Buster,
    "The English Beat" Quote

    One of the founders lives in San Fransisco and comes up to Seattle to play as the English Beat every few years. Saw them at the Moore a few years ago really fun show. Everyone danced the whole time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    I have the tape of the whole show kicking around somewhere but my last tape deck died a while back I was at what was going to be his last show hanging out on the field with a couple thousand other people when we heard that he died a few hours earlier in the accident on the LIE. You've never seen so many sad people in one place I still get goosebumps every time I think about it.



    Yup. Dude think about it - Live somewhere with a hammock and warm water with big waves, work wherever you need to and then go ski powder somewhere in the world on the way home from work. If you can figure out how to make that work for time travel too you've got shit all worked out and you can just bounce around from one fun thing to another. Don't forget to buy some IBM when you're back in 1967



    Good call.


    thanks...

    ( you can get a vcr at the Catholic Thrift shop for Ten$ )


    And dude, I have a "hammock" behind the wheel on divided Open road with the tunes CRANKED , makin' turns with Schmidt while Aerosmith is talking about 'Sweet Emotion'

    Play ON ! !!!


    Thanks again ! !! tj
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    Get out there and do stuff!

    Enjoy life to the fullest!!

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    70s Dead. Bob Marley. Hendrix. Taylor Swift.
    "I don't pretend to have all the answers, and I think there's something to be said for that" -One For The Road

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    BB King- The night he almost lost "Lucile" due to the fight and the fire.
    Robert Johnson- Any performance would do just fine.
    Gatemouth Brown- Kalamazoo, 1993 ish, Greatest guitar performance I have ever witnessed in person.
    Jerry Garcia Band-Keystone 11-18-75.
    Grateful Dead- Any of the Acid Test performances/non-performances
    JJ Cale & Leon Russell at the Paradise Studios, LA 1979
    Ray Charles w/ Blues Brothers- Ray's Music Exchange, 1980
    James Brown - 01/26/86
    It's got more paprika.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster Highmen View Post
    Charlie Parker, John Coltrane, Eric Dolphy, Miles Davis, Lester Young, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Tal Farlow, Gene Krupa, Buddy Rich, Patsy Cline, Django Reinhardt, Thelonius Sphere Monk, Cream, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Country Joe and the Fish, Jefferson Airplane, XTC, Clash, Material, Blind Faith, Traffic, Beatles, Delaney and Bonnie, Derek and the Dominos, Allman Brothers, Joy Division, New Order, Bachs, Brahms, Beethoven, Telemann, Dvorjak, Rimsky-Korsakov, Chopin, Stravinsky, Mussorgsky, Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, The Specials, The English Beat, Morphine, Blondie, The Voidoids, Hendrix for starters.
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    I'm just glad I got to see FZ a dozen or so times.
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    Would love to have experienced FZ once.

    Was driving with my son the other day. He was playing some ELP Tarkus, got me thinking.

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