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 #137488  by mttourpro
 Tue Mar 11, 2014 11:32 pm
This one is a whole show, 6/17/91.
we had a second keyboardist, Rick Lewis on it. Dude is a solid player.

thttps://archive.org/details/theCAUSE2014-03-08.Moondogs
 #137608  by tcsned
 Sun Mar 16, 2014 7:21 am
The Kind - 28th Anniversay Show! Pine Tavern Pavillion, Floyd, VA.
Wow! 28 years playing with the same jackasses, who would've thunk it? Much fun was had by all, we had three of our current/past bass players. Slash, one of the bassists brought an early 70s Fender Bassman 100 and his Guild Starfire - sounded awesome. The J-bass Stuart played sounded badass as did Tom's Modulus Q6. The best bass tone we've had in recent memory. Our singer/rhythm guitarist's son and another former member's daughter played a short set - it was good to see the next generation start stepping up :cool: :cool: :lol: :cool:

Band:
Mark McLeod: vocals, acoustic guitar
Wendy Godley: vocals, electric guitar
Tom Snediker: vocals, electric guitar/guitar synth
Rick Godley: drums
Joringle Starchild: percussion

Tom Lehman on bass
Jack Straw
Crazy Fingers
Bertha
Wheel
Music Never Stopped
Let it Grow
No Sugar Tonight

Stuart Draper on bass
What I Got
Shakedown St
Cassidy
Tennessee Jed
You Wreck Me
Scarlet Begonias
Sugar Magnolia

Steve "Slash" Hunt on bass
Piece of My Heart
Franklin's
Cumberland Blues
China-Rider
Truckin'-Bird Song-St Stephen-Truckin
GDTRFB-Bid You Goodnight

Blister in the Sun.
 #137781  by mttourpro
 Sun Mar 23, 2014 11:49 am
So we had an absolute blast playing with Steve Kimock last night---unfreakinbelievable how great he is!

Here's the show from the stream from last night.

D-JAM 2014
theCAUSE with Special Guest, Steve Kimock
Saturday, March 22, 2014
The Rex Theater

I
JACK STRAW
LOVE THE ONE YOU'RE WITH
BIG RIVER >
LONG WAY TO GO
HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED >
BOOGIE ON REGGAE WOMAN >
COLE'S LAW
WEATHER REPORT SUITE: PRELUDE > PART I >
LET IT GROW (PART II)
SHAKEDOWN STREET

II
MUSIC NEVER STOPPED >
SUGAREE >
MUSIC NEVER STOPPED
RUNAWAY BLUES*
EYES OF THE WORLD >
THE OTHER ONE >
STELLA BLUE (instrumental) >
GOIN' DOWN THE ROAD FEELIN' BAD >
HELP ON THE WAY >
SLIPKNOT! >
FRANKLIN'S TOWER

ENCORE:
CHINA CAT SUNFLOWER >
I KNOW YOU RIDER
LOOSE LUCY

* original song

Andrea Pearl sat in all night!

http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/45199115
 #138184  by BOUKINATOR
 Wed Apr 09, 2014 9:04 am
Most recent recording of Paradise Waits from 3/29/14

Track 3 features PW original Shot Of Tequila

Enjoy!

https://archive.org/details/ParadiseWai ... nMchenryIl
 #139577  by seniorpesca
 Tue Jun 03, 2014 6:41 pm
DEPARTURE 5/30/14

Hey Pocky Way,
Freedom Jazz Dance,
Mission in the Rain,
Space>
Tomorrow Never Knows>
A Love Supreme Jam>
Tomorrow Never Knows>
The Other One,
C'est La Vie (Never Can Tell).
~Instrument Switch/Frequent Flyer Rap~

ENCORE: Shakedown Street


Guitar Josh Olken
Bass Packy Lundholm
Drums Pete Lundholm
Keyboards Christian Zwit
Saxophone Ari Rosenberg
 #140726  by tcsned
 Mon Aug 04, 2014 1:08 pm
I had a crazy weekend of music, 4 gigs in 3 days. We have a street fair in Blacksburg on the first week of August every year. I played Friday evening with the acoustic version of my Dead band, then the full electric band played an after-party at a downtown bar. Then on Saturday, my bluegrass band, Crossties, played Saturday evening. Then on Sunday, we celebrated the life of a dear friend who recently passed. Blacksburg had an incredible music scene back in the 80s. Mostly fueled by a ton of really talented players, we had top-notch rock bands, hard rock bands, punk bands, hippie bands, blues bands, you name it, there were some great players playin' it. The scene was incredibly supportive, everyone came to see everyone else, no animosity or competition, and lots of sit-ins. Ronny Clifford, a local singer guitar player and bartender to end all bartenders had the bright idea to get together a "super-group." He gathered a bunch of folks to form a group appropriately named SCUM (the Smalltown Coalition of Unified Musicians). This group played a handful of gigs every year for a little more than 10 years always benefit shows for a local women's shelter. Membership in this clusterfu . . . I mean group was pretty fluid and I participated a handful of times as did several of my bandmates. Lots of Stones, lots of Lou Reed, some Janis, and lots of good ol rock-n-roll. Ronny was diagnosed with throat cancer 7-8 years ago and suffered through tough treatment, surgeries, and a failing body and never lost his trademark wit and his incredibly kind spirit. He finally lost his battle a couple of weeks ago. We started talking about what to do to honor his life and reuniting SCUM seemed the logical thing to do. There hadn't been a SCUM show in probably 10+ years. Most of the folks were scattered about the country with busy lives but everyone dropped everything and made the trip to the mountains. The Ronny Clifford Memorial/Rock Circus took over the New Life Christian Center which used to be the bar where Ronny held court for many years. Thankfully SCUM did most of it's damage before the internet so googling us was not possible so I don't think they new what they were in for. They were very nice and put up with our shenanigans. This was not only the best memorial I have ever witnessed but the best group of people I have ever played with and will likely every play with. I broke out my new Scarlet Fire Wolf that weekend and put it through it's paces and tested it's versatility - it passed with flying colors. I videoed the whole event and will post some when I get it edited.

Set List:
Sweet Jane (got cut off in the picture) . . .
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The last tune, You Can't Always Get What You Want - I think there were 26 people on stage for this one
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 #142273  by pickngrin
 Sun Oct 19, 2014 6:49 am
B-Side, Oneonta NY 10.18.14

Set I
They Love Each Other
1/2 Step>Sample in a Jar
Ramble on Rose
Never Gonna Do It Again (Original)
Cats Down Under the Stars
Bathtub Gin
Tornado Damage (Original)
Loose Lucy
Shakedown St.
Deitz St. (Original)
Uncle John’s Band
Tennessee Jed
Dear Prudence
Ain't No Bread in the Breadbox
Lonesome and a long way from home…

Set II
Scarlet Begonias
Wisdom and words (Original)
Terrapin>Don’t Let Go
Chalkdust Torture
Brown Eyed Women
Harder they come
Light up or leave me alone> Possum

Lovin’ Cup
Get out of my life
 #142552  by seniorpesca
 Thu Oct 30, 2014 9:58 pm
Terrapin Flyer
Abbey Pub Chicago 10/29/14

Feel Like a Stranger
Sugaree
Terrapin Station>
Jam>
China Doll>
Around and Around
Man Smart, Woman Smarter
 #142605  by gratefulredhead
 Mon Nov 03, 2014 6:50 pm
10-31-14 at Gabe's Oasis in Iowa City

Set 1 (acoustic set)

Don’t Ease Me In
Dark Hollow
Friend of the Devil
Operator
Mama Tried
Dire Wolf
Monkey and the Engineer
Deep Elem Blues
Beat It On Down the Line
Uncle John’s Band

Set 2

Promised Land
Cumberland Blues
Big Boss Man
China Cat Sunflower>>
I Know You Rider
El Paso
New Speedway Boogie>>
Me and My Uncle
Sing Me Back Home
Hard to Handle
Playin in the Band

Set 3

Truckin’>>
St. Stephen>>
Cryptical Envelopment>>
Drums>>
The Other One>>
Cryptical Envelopment
Bertha>>
The Wheel>>
Sugar Magnolia
Morning Dew
Casey Jones

Encore
Werewolves of London
GDTRFB>Bid you Goodnight
 #142611  by flyingheelhook
 Tue Nov 04, 2014 6:25 am
Comic Book Colors (unplugged)
Nanny O'Brien's DC

Set 1
Friend Of The Devil
Candyman
Brown-Eyed Women
Mexicali -> Ramble On Rose
Eyes -> Bird Song

Set 2
Ripple
Me & My Uncle ->Harder They Come
Althea
Jack-A-Roe
China ->Rider

Set 3
Sugaree
Franklin’s Tower
Queen Jane
Cassidy -> He’s Gone -> GDTRFB
Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
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