A Thursday In March

Red Rocks '09 (Photo:Jeff Kravitz)


Jam of the Day:

Split Open and Melt” 7.3.94 II

Some Summer ’94 face-meltage from Old Orchard Beach’s July “4th” celebration.




8.2.98 Deer Creek, Noblesville, IN < Torrent

8.2.98 Deer Creek, Noblesville, IN < Megaupload

Deer Creek (Unknown)

Continuing our virtual tour of this summer’s sheds, here we have the first night of Deer Creek ’98. This show is undoubtedly highlighted by the second set segment, “Ghost > Lifeboy, Bowie.”

I: Roggae, The Divided Sky, The Horse > Silent in the Morning,  Boogie On Reggae Woman, Reba, Weigh, Too Much of Everything, Birds of a Feather

II: Possum, Ghost > Lifeboy, David Bowie, I Get a Kick Out of You*, Loving Cup

E: Harry Hood, Bittersweet Motel


Source: Schoeps CMC641 > Lunatec V2 > Apogee AD-1000 > D7 @ 48kHz

735 Responses to “A Thursday In March”

  1. Phamily Berzerker Says:

    Xavier v K State has some excitement.

    Silly I know you are on a grad school schedule but do you ever sleep amigo?

  2. Foul_Domain Says:

    My take on it…

    I think its an outrageous law.

    Insane amounts of taxpayer’s money go to enforcement and incarceration, not to mention the countless hours wasted in court over silly marijuana charges.

    Even more importantly, people are murdered over weed. OVER FUCKING WEED! That blows my mind. Pot is expensive because its illegal, and people go through a lot of trouble to get it into our hands. And at the top of the chain, people die over this shit. It makes me sick.

    Our governments are allowing high ranking criminals to profit and kill over weed.

    Legalize it, tax it, impose reasonable restrictions on its use, stop spending so much damn money on fighting a losing battle to keep it off the streets, and be done with it.

    My $0.02

    And on that note, Im off to dream about Summer tour for the 2nd night in a row (hopefully).

    Have a pleasant evening everybody!

  3. gavinsdad Says:

    @kwl: i’m falling asleep but we should pick this up later. i have this inkling that taste levels have evolved enough, and broken thru their demographics of old, so much so that the need for “artisan” beer, herb, cheese, chocolate will be there for a certain group of people. is this 1% of the whole? that’s the part i can’t tell. but i hear what you’re saying. if the corps take over the weed machine in full, we’ll go back to a black market for the real good stuff. ironic at best.

  4. SillyWilly Says:


    I get a solid 7-7andahalf…I just don’t have class tonight so Im hanging out!

  5. SillyWilly Says:

    I meant tomorrow

  6. KWL Says:

    i hear ya GD, and i agree.

    isn’t craft beer less than 1% of the market tho? and much of that is a few companies (sam adams, sierra), then add in all the corporate crap that fakes being a microbrew (like blue moon by coors or shock top by budweiser or the abominations like bud light wheat that make you think you’re drinking a ‘wheat beer’)

  7. KWL Says:

    guess when it comes to economics, i’m a glass half empty guy who has seen the effects of corporatization and concentration and domination far too often.

    funny that some of my work is about alternative (e.g. non-capitalist, empowering) economies.

  8. SillyWilly Says:

    I think I’m out, kids…have a good night!

  9. garretc Says:

    Hey Silly, sorry I didn’t answer you earlier on the poetry. I was popping in at intermission of a play…

    Like I said, I don’t think I’ll be able to steer you past anything out of the normal, but I’m pretty keen on the romantics, particularly Coleridge, I guess I could call him my favorite poet…

  10. garretc Says:

    Figures, I would just miss you Silly! It’s been that kind of day I guess…

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