[Tig] a tale of woodstock.

Dave Best daveb
Thu Sep 12 15:06:55 BST 2002


Wow! I have lots of Fillmore East tales. Dave
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rob Lingelbach" <robling at ucla.edu>
To: <JSnopes at aol.com>
Cc: <johnw at digitalstudio.net.au>; <steve.hullfish at bigidea.com>;
<rlovejoy at comcast.net>; <tig at emsh.calarts.edu>
Sent: Thursday, September 12, 2002 1:05 AM
Subject: Re: RE: [Tig] a tale of woodstock.


> On Thu, Sep 12, 2002 at 12:35:22AM -0400, JSnopes at aol.com wrote:
> > >Bass, many of us started with a plain old Hohner or a Vox.
> >
> > Gibson EB-3!  (Well, it was my brother's...)  And a Silvertone bass amp
> > (wanted a Bassman or an Ampeg...)
>
> hey you guys are breaking the relevance rule (telecine, that's
> what we're here for.  think of the 1.4 people who are going to
> unsubscribe with a snort to me about having to read this).
> Me: Hagstrom, Gibson EB0 (or 1, i forget), Rickenbacker; Ampeg
> SB12, Haynes, Heathkit with Altec 811B horns, Sunn.  Band names:
> the Gross Product, School of the Mind, the Cherry People (which
> once had the guitarist Punky Meadows, who later formed the band
> Angel, and to know about Punky, watch Terry Bozio's song about
> Punky in one of Zappa's performance videos), Beacon Hill, High
> Lonesome.  Viola in the North Carolina Symphony, and solo viola
> in a play called "Arrabal" by the exiled Spanish playwright of
> the same name in Paris early 70's.  Viola sometimes
> reverse-amplified by mute on bridge.
>
> I wonder if there exists any film of Fillmore or Fillmore East
> concerts, and if so would it be retransferred soon for HD or the
> (dreaded millenial superterm) digital intermediate?  I don't
> forget the show I saw at FE of Butterfield, and the Blues Project.
>
> snorting unsubscribers: consider the digest, or just congratulate
> yourselves on having lives, unlike us who are writing this stuff.
>
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