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Re: [alomusic] HSMF 2006 Late Night ALOlymics Soundboard Matrix

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  • John Merdler
    Thank you ALO and Irie Pete for this early XMas present!!! Irie Pete wrote: ALOha, I know that you all have been jonesing to
    Message 1 of 9 , Dec 1, 2006
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      Thank you ALO and Irie Pete for this early XMas present!!!

      Irie Pete <iriepete@...> wrote:
      ALOha,
      I know that you all have been jonesing to relive the ALOlympic dream. Now, that dream can once again become reality thanks to the generosity of ALO. After Ian Stone's audience recording was lost to hard drive malfunction, there seemed to be no hope of ever hearing this fantastic throwdown again. However, a few months after the show, Kabir handed me copies of the audio from the video that the Utah Kind Crew had shot of that epic night. Although the audio was decent for a camcorder source, it suffered from very low recording levels, one channel had bad crunchy distortion at times of heavy bass, and very loud crowd noise. I did my best to improve the recording with levels adjustment and some EQ, but it still was not doing the show justice. Then, up steps Steve Adams with the real deal--the soundboard recording from the night! As is the case with many soundboard feeds, the mix was off for the first 3-4 songs. Dan's guitar was quite low in relation to the other instruments. I used a higher portion of the audience recording for those songs to help bring Dan's sound up. It kinda worked, but had a tradeoff with a less crisp sound. Overall, the audience source adds a wonderful vibrancy to the recording, helping capture the atmosphere that was present during the show--something that is often lost in pure soundboard recordings.
      Check it out for yourself here:
      So, jump!
      Jump in!!
      Jump for ALO!!!
       
      ************ ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ****

      Jump (For My Love)

      Your eyes tell me how you love me
      Can feel it in your heart beat
      I know you like what you see
      Hold me, I'll give that you need
      Wrap your love around me
      You're so excited, I can feel you
      Getting hotter, oh baby
      I'll take you down, I'll take you down
      Where no one's ever gone before
      And if you want more, if you want more
      More, more, more

      Jump for my love
      Jump in and feel my touch
      Jump you want to taste my kisses
      In the night then

      Jump, jump for my love
      Jump, I know my heart can make you happy
      Jump in, you know these arms
      Can feel you up
      Jump, you want to taste my kisses
      In the night then
      Jump, jump for my love

      You told me, I'm the only woman for you
      Nobody does you like I do
      Then make a move before you try and
      Go much farther, oh baby
      You're the one, you, you are the one
      And heaven waits here at my door
      And if you want more,
      If you want more, more, more then
      When you are next to me, oh I come alive

      Your love burns inside
      Feels so right
      Come to me if you want me tonight jump
      Jump if you want to taste my kisses
      In the night then
      Jump, jump, jump
      Jump, you know my heart can
      Make you happy
      Jump, you know theese arms can feel you up
      Jump in, you want to taste my kisses
      In the night then
      Jump, jump for my love



      John Merdler
      Portland, OR


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    • andysilver@comcast.net
      Fuckin A, Pete! Right on! Thank you! And if you re looking for running commentary (or have 15 minutes to kill for a looooong review), here s what I posted
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        Fuckin' A, Pete!  Right on!  Thank you!
         
        And if you're looking for running commentary (or have 15 minutes to kill for a looooong review), here's what I posted to the list a few weeks after the festy:
         
        Tuesday, July 25, 2006
         
        Apologies in advance...this is long.  But since the discs seem to be lost in space, this might be the only documentation of the night's festivities.
         
        Again, sorry for the length.  20 songs, plus stage hijackings, audience participation, ALOympics activities and lots of sweaty, dancing and smiling hippies will do that to a review.
         
        Peace,
        Sliv

        ALO Late Night @ High Sierra Review

        I was going to try and sum up the entire weekend, but I decided that would be pointless.  Instead, I���ll do my best to recapture the scene and sensibility of the ALO Late Night Madness.

        I have to admit that for various reasons the night is a bit hazy���I���m sure when (if?) the discs surface, more will come back to me. 

         

        Pre-Game

        Ahh, the feeling you get before a long-awaited event is about to transpire.  I remember getting antsy for the overnight set at Big Cypress after months of anticipation.  The feeling in CampaBarbara prior to ALO���s late night performance was eerily similar.

        Things began in earnest at the CampaBarbara cocktail party.  For what must have been the first time in all of Hippie History, people actually got to CampaBarbara on time.  Seriously, camp was somewhat empty at 4:15, but at the DOT of 4:20 the place was jammed, Chocolate Love was pouring down the ice luge and Ted was leading the crew through the first notes of the National Anthem.

        Music was played; drinks were poured; YUCCA was mixed; tips for more ice and liquor were received; smiles on everyone���s faces were prevalent; sushi was offered by P-Flick; shots of tequila were hand-delivered to revelers throughout the campsite.  It was a beautiful sight to see.  At one point, I tried to converse with a few of the Meltone guys, but the language barrier (and my state of mind) was a bit too much to overcome.  Fortunately, ���Jack & Coke��� is a universal term.

         

        Cut to 11:30 PM.  I emerged from a restless slumber (nothing like a quick power nap after the sun goes down to re-charge the batteries!) to find people once again congregating in CampaBarbara - this time for the pre-ALO parade to the Jamhouse.  Chick Hearn (think: San Diego Chicken meets Wavy Gravy) finally made an appearance and the anticipation boiled over.  We had to get moving���and we had to get moving NOW!!

        50 phreaks and one life-size chicken mascot slowly made their way out of CampaBarbara towards the ���staging area��� at the field outside the entrance to the main concert venue.  Hoots and hollers pierced the sky as more and more people joined the procession.  Costumes were great���I even saw a group re-enacting the Yogi Yahooeys join the fray (where were the Really Rottens?!?!).

        I recall a band playing in the staging area as we all lined up for the parade.  I don���t know the name, but I remember enjoying the funk-jazz groove.  Most of the crowd was on my page and people started to boogie, warming up their moves for the hours of fun that were about to ensue.

        With the blast of the ref���s whistle, we were led out of the staging area and slowly began to circle the fairgrounds towards the fire show (great visuals at the fire show, by the way; i���m sure I���m not alone on that one).  By the time we arrived at the Jamhouse, we just couldn���t take it anymore���everyone made a bee-line for the entrance so we could claim space close to the stage.

         

        It���s On!!!

        We entered to the last few songs of West Indian Girl���s set, and let me tell you those songs took FOREVER!!  Don���t get me wrong, I *liked* the tunes, but I was waaay too riled up for ALO to handle even 20 minutes of WIG.  In fact, I had to take a lap outside so I could keep things in check.  Anticipation meter was off the charts!  In Camp Happiness terms, I was way past ���stoked,��� heading straight towards ���over-stoked���.

        Finally, we saw the light at the end of the tunnel as the Jamhouse became more and more crowded.  People were snapping photos all over the place to capture the moment.  Banners hung from the rafters to commemorate the evening���s theme ��� the ALOympics.  People were dancing with no music to guide them, just AMPED at the possibilities that lay before us.

        So here���s where we start to get to the music review (about effing time, Sliv!).  Oh boy���where do I begin?  First let me say that the ALOympics theme was out in full effect.  People participated BIG TIME and I���m proud to have been a part of it. 

        With the ALOympics Intro, the band started things off with the traditional Olympic theme song, which got me thinking about that classic ABC Wide World of Sports intro���the one that goes, ���the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat,��� with the ski jumper personifying the ���agony��� with what must be the worst ski crash in the history of televised sports (how would you like to be that guy??).

        From the Intro, we melded nicely into the Torch Relay, which was the first of several audience participation segments (invited and univited) during the evening.  The torch started in the back of the room and made it���s way to the front, with Lebo taking the flame and mounting it on a torch holder at front of the stage, audience left.  Big cheers went up (and a chill ran down my spine) when the torch was put in its final resting place, as we knew we were about to get a serious blast-off.

        Next came Gonna Fly Now (instrumental only), commonly known as the Rocky theme.  Nice touch, guys.

        So now the ALO show begins in earnest with Chilly Chile, and right from the start it was ON.  Fantastic Chilly Chile that went all sorts of directions before settling in on a groove that ��� quite simply ��� blew me away. 

         

        Daddy Decides came next, and it just seemed to fit so perfectly in the moment.  Lyrically, musically and energetically it hit the spot���sort of like that first cup of coffee the morning after a particularly long evening at the bar.  DD was my ���morning coffee,��� taking the edge off the initial rush and leaving me feeling, to borrow a phrase, groovy.

        Brief pause after DD and we were hit with Mashed Potatoes.  I���m typically not a raver on show reviews and as I type this I can���t help but feel I���m ���over-gushing,��� particularly when I rave about a version of Mashed Potatoes.  But this one certainly wasn���t a ���stock��� version���it had to be the longest Mashed I���ve ever heard, clocking in at more than 10 minutes and keeping me riveted throughout.  Sweet jam in MP bled into a nice (but somewhat short) Drum Solo from Brogan.  You���ll never hear me complain about a good drum solo.  Good flow and a nice breakdown led to���

        Celery Stalker.  Holy shit!  Hot damn!  I love the change of tempo in this tune.  Sort of cuts off the first groove and turns to something completely different���followed by a shock to the system when they go back to the original flow of the song.  I love that shit.  It forces you to listen to each section because of the time/tempo/style changes.  Very reminiscent of the way Phish played TUBE in the later years, going from the first lyrical section to the funk jam, and then back to the hard guitar part that leads to the final section of lyrics.  Bott om line is that when (if?) I get the CDs, the first tune I���m listening to is Celery Stalker.

        Now we come to the Busy Killin��� Time > Kolomana, Nacho Monkey segment of the evening���s performance, which I remember with limited capacity as being pretty sweet.  The one thing I do remember clearly was that the segue between tunes was SUPER GOOEY, with the first notes of Kolomana coming early in the BKT jam, which featured an extended transition into Kolo-proper.

        Kolomana, along with Gardener (which we���ll get to in a moment), is quickly becoming a personal favorite.  The SoCal Kolo vibe just comes out so nicely to get you moving.  The mood the song induces is pure gold.  I put Kolomana in the same category with Pobrecito because they both seem to elicit the same response out of me.

        As for Nacho Monkey, any song with Monkey in the title and prevalent in the lyrics is OK by me (see: ���Monkey & the Engineer,��� ���Monkey Man,��� ���Too Much Monkey Business��� and ���Everybody���s Got Something to Hide Except for Me and My Monkey���).  Bob Dylan it ain���t, but it worked quite well at 3:00 AM.

        Now we get to the first guest appearance of the night, as Tim & Greg from The Mother Hips jumped on stage for a few tunes, starting with Neil Young���s Cinnamon Girl.  Must admit that this seemed out of place, particularly from a tonal perspective.  I can understand the Hips playing it, but not ALO.  The quick version was followed up by some Jam that I can���t get confirmation on.  Some people think it was an actual song, some folks think it was just an impromptu jam.  Personally, I took advantage of the tonal disconnect to make a bathroom run. 

        I���m gonna skip over Living in a Dying Day for three reasons ��� first, this review is borderline psychotic in length.  Second, I can���t remember it at all, except for a brief flashback to notes of the chorus bouncing around in my brain.  Third, and perhaps most importantly, I want to get down to business with Gardener.

         

        This tune always kills me.  Every���single���time.  Gardener is The One, my friends.  In fact, we should re-name this tune ���Neo��� ��� or at the very least, ���Mr. Anderson.���  The HSMF version was just plain silly, including a brief appearance by Jordan Feinstein in his ritual hat, playing bass with Steve.  Celery Stalker and Gardener, my friends ��� epitome of the night���s festivities.

        So on to Plastic Bubble, which always seems to be a good fit in a special event type of setting.  I had some serious flashbacks to the Mountain House when Bubble came out.  I felt good when they played it then and the feeling reappeared at High Sierra.  I���ve said it before and I���ll say it again ��� Plastic Bubble could be a top 40 hit if they really wanted it to be.  I���ve always had a good sense about these things���ALO on top 40 radio might not be ideal, but it���s there for the taking with this song.

        Hot Tub > Stage Hijacking > Hot Tub was certainly interesting, especially for the un-invited audience interruption during the middle of the tune.  After the first section of lyrics, everybody had their collective butts in the puddin���, when out of nowhere a guy and his girlfriend crashed the stage and danced for a solid 10 minutes.  No security to escort them off the stage, and it sort of got me out of the groove for a split second, at least until I decided I didn���t care and went back to sweating to the oldies.  Dan was playful, laughing a bit and eventually ignoring the dancers, shuffling back into a very nice and extremely funky jam to close the tune (this scene reminded me of a PH show I saw in NJ one time...���Carini���s gonna get you���but he probably won���t!  And if he doesn���t���BART is gonna get you!  Personally, I wish you ALL could come up on stage!��� Trey Anastasio, Garden State Arts Center, 9/29/00).

        Anyway, it felt like the band was gonna take a break after the loooong Hot Tub, but they stayed on stage for a few minutes in pseudo set-break style.  Had to only be a few minutes to catch their breath, and then came Michael.  Zach led this one all the way through, eliciting a massive scream from the crowd during that section of the tune and begging the crowd to, ���get all the way down on the floor���don���t mind all of the sweat and dirt on the ground.���  The packed house played along, with many a sweaty hippie on their asses waiting for the Zach���s call & response to bring the tune to a huge conclusion.  Quite fun, I must admit.

        Speaking audience participation, the set closed with the Pointer Sisters song Jump (For Your Love), which featured many ALOympians on stage in full costume, dancing up a storm.  We���re told Guadalajara Joe did some choreography, which to me looked like a bit of a Napoleon Dynamite rip-off.  But still, it was a sight to see���must���ve been 30 people up on stage (invited, this time) having a blast.  There���s video of this part of the show out there, which you can find on YouTube, I believe.

        Getting to the end of this review, we���re up to the Encore, which started with Sexo y Drogas>Vocal Jam>Sexo y Drogas.  Sexo is a great song and fit the scene perfectly.  I would imagine both Sexo and Drogas were very prevalent among the folks still in the Jamhouse.  Vocal jam featured a Muppet Show song my sister and I used to sing all the time when we were kids (���Manamanop���dooo doo da doo doo���manamanop���dooo dooo dooo dooo!���) and another Pointer Sisters tune, ���Yes We Can��� (popularized by the Sisters; written by Allen Toussaint).

        Time is of the Essence came next, and I admit to not remembering a thing about this particular version.  I dunno���maybe it was just the end of a long night, or in the aftermath my memory holds onto other parts of the show, but I can���t recall much of anything about this version.  I know they played it, and I know I danced���a lot.  The one thing I do remember is the mellow bleed out of the end of the song, which slowed down and slowed down and slowed down into���

        Chariots of Fire.  The whole room seemed to be in synch as they finished the night with a cover that captured the essence of the ALOympics theme and brought once last smile to all of our faces.  I saw more than a few people pretending to jog down the beach in slow motion, which when magnified times 1,000 people in the room, was quite comical and a fitting close to the gig.

        Speaking of slow motion, the walk back to CampaBarbara can best be described as a extremely slow saunter, just something to take the remaining edge off and take stock of the rest of the phreaks who were returning from their respective late night activities.  Gold medal people watching, for sure!

        So that���s it���after all that I���m left with an amazing sense of community, interaction with the band, and a great show in a great environment (but no CD copies of the show...somebody help!).  I want to say thanks to CampaBarbara for showing everyone such amazing love, to ALO to playing their asses off all weekend long, and to the old friends and new friends that made High Sierra 2006 such an outstanding festival experience (except for the cops���but that���s another story for another time!).

        Peace,

        Sliv


         
        -------------- Original message --------------
        From: "Irie Pete" <iriepete@...>

        ALOha,
        I know that you all have been jonesing to relive the ALOlympic dream. Now, that dream can once again become reality thanks to the generosity of ALO. After Ian Stone's audience recording was lost to hard drive malfunction, there seemed to be no hope of ever hearing this fantastic throwdown again. However, a few months after the show, Kabir handed me copies of the audio from the video that the Utah Kind Crew had shot of that epic night. Although the audio was decent for a camcorder source, it suffered from very low recording levels, one channel had bad crunchy distortion at times of heavy bass, and very loud crowd noise. I did my best to improve the recording with levels adjustment and some EQ, but it still was not doing the show justice. Then, up steps Steve Adams with the real deal--the soundboard recording from the night! As is the case with many soundboard feeds, the mix was off for the first 3-4 songs. Dan's guitar was quite low in relation to the other instruments. I used a higher portion of the audience recording for those songs to help bring Dan's sound up. It kinda worked, but had a tradeoff with a less crisp sound. Overall, the audience source adds a wonderful vibrancy to the recording, helping capture the atmosphere that was present during the show--something that is often lost in pure soundboard recordings.
        Check it out for yourself here:
        So, jump!
        Jump in!!
        Jump for ALO!!!
         
        ************ ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ****

        Jump (For My Love)

        Your eyes tell me how you love me
        Can feel it in your heart beat
        I know you like what you see
        Hold me, I'll give that you need
        Wrap your love around me
        You're so excited, I can feel you
        Getting hotter, oh baby
        I'll take you down, I'll take you down
        Where no one's ever gone before
        And if you want more, if you want more
        More, more, more

        Jump for my love
        Jump in and feel my touch
        Jump you want to taste my kisses
        In the night then

        Jump, jump for my love
        Jump, I know my heart can make you happy
        Jump in, you know these arms
        Can feel you up
        Jump, you want to taste my kisses
        In the night then
        Jump, jump for my love

        You told me, I'm the only woman for you
        Nobody does you like I do
        Then make a move before you try and
        Go much farther, oh baby
        You're the one, you, you are the one
        And heaven waits here at my door
        And if you want more,
        If you want more, more, more then
        W hen you are next to me, oh I come alive

        Your love burns inside
        Feels so right
        Come to me if you want me tonight jump
        Jump if you want to taste my kisses
        In the night then
        Jump, jump, jump
        Jump, you know my heart can
        Make you happy
        Jump, you know theese arms can feel you up
        Jump in, you want to taste my kisses
        In the night then
        Jump, jump for my love

      • Leslie Ottaviano
        THANKS!!!! Steve (et al) and Eye re: P. Eat Looking forward to it Leslie ... From: Irie Pete To: alomusic@yahoogroups.com;
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          THANKS!!!! Steve (et al) and Eye re: P. Eat




          Looking forward to it


           
          Leslie


          ----- Original Message ----
          From: Irie Pete <iriepete@...>
          To: alomusic@yahoogroups.com; sbmusicphreaks@yahoogroups.com
          Sent: Friday, December 1, 2006 2:21:45 AM
          Subject: [alomusic] HSMF 2006 Late Night ALOlymics Soundboard Matrix

          ALOha,
          I know that you all have been jonesing to relive the ALOlympic dream. Now, that dream can once again become reality thanks to the generosity of ALO. After Ian Stone's audience recording was lost to hard drive malfunction, there seemed to be no hope of ever hearing this fantastic throwdown again. However, a few months after the show, Kabir handed me copies of the audio from the video that the Utah Kind Crew had shot of that epic night. Although the audio was decent for a camcorder source, it suffered from very low recording levels, one channel had bad crunchy distortion at times of heavy bass, and very loud crowd noise. I did my best to improve the recording with levels adjustment and some EQ, but it still was not doing the show justice. Then, up steps Steve Adams with the real deal--the soundboard recording from the night! As is the case with many soundboard feeds, the mix was off for the first 3-4 songs. Dan's guitar was quite low in relation to the other instruments. I used a higher portion of the audience recording for those songs to help bring Dan's sound up. It kinda worked, but had a tradeoff with a less crisp sound. Overall, the audience source adds a wonderful vibrancy to the recording, helping capture the atmosphere that was present during the show--something that is often lost in pure soundboard recordings.
          Check it out for yourself here:
          So, jump!
          Jump in!!
          Jump for ALO!!!
           
          ************ ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ********* ****

          Jump (For My Love)

          Your eyes tell me how you love me
          Can feel it in your heart beat
          I know you like what you see
          Hold me, I'll give that you need
          Wrap your love around me
          You're so excited, I can feel you
          Getting hotter, oh baby
          I'll take you down, I'll take you down
          Where no one's ever gone before
          And if you want more, if you want more
          More, more, more

          Jump for my love
          Jump in and feel my touch
          Jump you want to taste my kisses
          In the night then

          Jump, jump for my love
          Jump, I know my heart can make you happy
          Jump in, you know these arms
          Can feel you up
          Jump, you want to taste my kisses
          In the night then
          Jump, jump for my love

          You told me, I'm the only woman for you
          Nobody does you like I do
          Then make a move before you try and
          Go much farther, oh baby
          You're the one, you, you are the one
          And heaven waits here at my door
          And if you want more,
          If you want more, more, more then
          When you are next to me, oh I come alive

          Your love burns inside
          Feels so right
          Come to me if you want me tonight jump
          Jump if you want to taste my kisses
          In the night then
          Jump, jump, jump
          Jump, you know my heart can
          Make you happy
          Jump, you know theese arms can feel you up
          Jump in, you want to taste my kisses
          In the night then
          Jump, jump for my love



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        • robert wagner
          Is anyone out there going? I considered it but have at long last decided that I can t do it :-( I hope someone will tape the ALO sets. I m guessing that
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            Is anyone out there going? I considered it but have at long last decided
            that I can't do it :-(
            I hope someone will tape the ALO sets. I'm guessing that there could be
            sits in by Kimock and Martin Fierro and who knows who else, and I sure hope
            well all get to hear it.

            Dr Bob
          • robert wagner
            I have yet to hear them-somehow I didn t know about the campground set at HSMF. I m looking fwd to the Berkeley show later this month! Do they have vocals,
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              I have yet to hear them-somehow I didn't know about the campground set at
              HSMF. I'm looking fwd to the Berkeley show later this month! Do they have
              vocals, or is it all instrumental? If no vocals, I would probably try
              making a stage tape.

              Dr Bob
            • kathleen griffin
              the jackleens are going (jack + katleen = jackleen). and daughter AnNiMaL is too. it s a pretty amazing journey. methinks there s still assorted cabins and
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                the jackleens are going (jack + katleen = jackleen).  and daughter AnNiMaL is too.  it's a pretty amazing journey.  methinks there's still assorted cabins and spaces in cabins coming up for grabs.  and when it gets closer to jan 2 there should be a flurry of activity re buying and selling of spaces...last minute change of plans 'n stuff. 

                there's a wonderful buzz happening on the jamcruise forum about ALO.  i posted a link to the 6/30/06 show and there's good positive feedback happening.  here's the link:

                http://jamcruise.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4474


                katmama

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              • Ted Pelletier
                ... they are almost all instrumental, although I think they have sprinkled in some vocals at times.....and Garrett occasionally has thrown in some sick scat
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                  >I have yet to hear them-somehow I didn't know about the campground set at
                  > HSMF. I'm looking fwd to the Berkeley show later this month! Do they
                  > have
                  > vocals, or is it all instrumental? If no vocals, I would probably try
                  > making a stage tape.

                  they are almost all instrumental, although I think they have sprinkled in
                  some vocals at times.....and Garrett occasionally has thrown in some sick
                  scat mirroring his bass playing

                  the campground set at HS was stunning.....probably the best thing start to
                  finish that I saw at HS this year......nevermind that it was a stealth late
                  Sunday night camp set.....the 75-100 people there *knew*...unfortunately I
                  don't think it was taped

                  but as a pre-Gravy fire up, and so you can hear some, here is a link where
                  you can download one freely-traded track

                  http://www.yousendit.com/download/RTTsLzFwp3l5TA%3D%3D

                  (this will download a zip file, unzip it to find one mp3 track)

                  this is from the first ever Gravy incarnation in Mexico, April
                  2005......about a 25-minute excursion, don't know if it even has a name, but
                  it's stunning......credit here also to the nice keyboard sit-in from Allen
                  Pettebone

                  check it out folks, and then come check out MagicGravy next weekend Dec.
                  12-15 in SB, SCruz, and Berkeley!

                  ted :)
                • robert wagner
                  Garrett Sayers blows my mind!
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                    Garrett Sayers blows my mind!
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