RETURN wrote:On Saturday in Buffalo DSO played the 4/22/69. A++++++++++++ Wow! It was one for the books.
Rob Eaton had posted earlier in the day that they were going to experiment in Buffalo so wish them luck. I walk into the venue to see Barraco with organ, no keys and JM set up on the "old school side", Rob Eaton with a 335 and no effects , bass on 4 strings and drummers with straight kits- no ancillary percussion.
Eaton steps out and acknowledges that this is where they gave JK his send off and this is our intro to JM.
From sittin on top of the world opener to the Viola Lee>alligator>Volia Lee filler they blew it up. Energy, passion, fun and best of all the place was half full allowing me to get my swerve on in peace.
*Edit, it was 4/22.*
I agree with the current DSO line up being more cohesive, Jeff really brings it to the table. He kind of reminds me of Jerry in appearance, Big, the beard, the glasses, voice. I am happy that band was able to not skip a beat with the line up change. I hope to catch them at some point, if they would ever come close enough to me.
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