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St. Louis And Home

November 5th, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

You know, Sandy’s devastation in the Northeast has harmed so many, but we have received so many thoughts and prayers from those reading our little blog to those who suffered loss in New Jersey and New York. Those of us unscathed in the Midwest are thinking about you guys. We know you will prevail as you have in the past.


Tonight we played the Old Rock House in St. Louis. We’re just getting ready to drive home… so this entry will be very short. Here is our set list:

Jorma Kaukonen And Barry Mitterhoff 28, 201Sunday, November 4, 2012
The Old Rock House
St. Louis, Missouri

First Set:
1. Serpent Of Dreams
2. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out
3. Children Of Zion
4. Hesitation Blues
5. Goodbye To The Blues
6. Barbeque King
7. I’ll Be All Right Some Day
8. 99 Year Blues
9. Big River Blues
10. I’ll Let You Know Before I Leave
11. I Know You Rider
Second Set:
1. I See The Light
2. Mama Let Me Lay It On You
3. 3rd Week In the Chelsea
4. Red River Blues
5. Come Back Baby
6. River Of Time
7. Bread Line Blues
8. The Terrible Operation
9. Good Shepherd
10. That’ll Never Happen No More
11. Let Us Get Together Right Down Here
12. Keep Your Lamps Trimmed And Burning

More when I get home.

Next weekend, Hot Tuna at the Fur Peace Station.

  1. Barbara Jacobs
    November 5th, 2012 at 12:09 | #1

    Thanks for the good wishes and concern, Jorma.

    I’ve been volunteering at various crisis centers. It’s a heartbreaking mess.
    Everything O.K. at home for me.

    I gave out some supplies food and pillows, blankets, clothing to a middle-aged
    man who waited on the line for a long time. ( We’re trying our best to move it along as quickly as possible). The man thanked me and said:
    “Go with God”. He didn’t specify which one.

  2. Carter Dunkin
    November 5th, 2012 at 17:54 | #2

    Great show last night, Jorma (and Barry)! Brett told me you and Myron made it home all right earlier today, I was glad to hear it – as I was when Barry said he’d have electricity when he returned to the Garden State.

    See you Friday at FPR!

  3. Barbara Jacobs
    November 5th, 2012 at 22:13 | #3

    To any readers in the NYC/longIsland area:

    Please donate whatever you can to the hurricane relief effort.

    There are local supply distribution centers where you can bring needed items.
    There is a Nor’Easter coming in on Wed.

    Those displaced/hunkered down need:

    Flashlights and batteries. Food. Toiletries. Warm clothing:
    Hats, gloves, scarfs, socks, boots, clean underwear; everything/anything
    you can imagine. Baby/children supplies. Diapers.

    Those people are human beings and they now have nothing,
    many didn’t have much to begin with.
    Thank you all.

  4. Barbara Jacobs
    November 5th, 2012 at 22:15 | #4

    and blankets, sheets and pillows. Please.
    Thanks and God Bless you all.

  5. Cyndy Consentino
    November 6th, 2012 at 20:29 | #5

    Dear Jorma,
    Thank you for your kind words! Means alot at
    A time like this! Tomorrow a Nor’easter is headed towards
    Us here on the Jersey Shore! I hope it won’t be bad!

    @Barbara- thanks for all you are doing! You are a lovely person!

    @Carter- Glad you had a great time at the show! Loved the great pictures you took!

    Peace and warm wishes to all’

  6. greg souza
    November 6th, 2012 at 21:05 | #6

    Where”s Jack,hope he”s well,we miss him.Thinking the best.

  7. Barbara Jacobs
    November 6th, 2012 at 21:59 | #7

    Thank you, Cyndy.
    I would volunteer at the Jersey shore areas but I’m too far away here in NYC.

    Hope all is well with you and yours.

  8. cyndy consentino
    November 6th, 2012 at 22:43 | #8

    @Barbara Jacobs
    Thank you, Barbara. I work in NYC and commute daily to the Shore. I have also seen alot of the devastation in NYC. Especially downtown areas.
    Thank you again for being a wonderful person


  9. martha from Huntington
    November 6th, 2012 at 23:14 | #9

    I had two trees through two different bedroom roofs, but ……the sun is gonna shine in my back door someday!!!………….just like it shines now through the hole in the ceiling! well, not so much, the tarps are there.


  10. jim hitchcock
    November 7th, 2012 at 16:30 | #10

    COTD from Martha.

  11. Greg Bormida
    November 7th, 2012 at 18:49 | #11

    Hey Jorma, we got a little beat up over here. Thanks for the well wishes. A lot of people lost alot , many thier entire homes, and some thier lives. Gives us the opportunity to come together and help each other out. Tell Barry if there’s anything I can help out with give a call, the power is starting to come back on in a lot of areas. Talk to ya, Greg.

  12. Craig K
    November 8th, 2012 at 23:47 | #12


  13. Steve Finkelstein
    November 9th, 2012 at 12:28 | #13

    Thanks, Jorma for the good thoughts.

    Things got pretty strange here for a while due to Sandy, and certainly not in a good way. I guess were among the more fortunate because all we had to deal with was roof damage, a couple of downed trees and no power for about a day. But nearby things were much worse.

    When the lights flickered off and the wind howled, what did we do at our house? My daughter and I pulled out two guitars, lit some candles and tried to sing over the wind. Even in the chaos, it was a special moment.


    By the way…how did Barry make out? There was lots of tree damage up where he lives, and the power may still be out. I hope he and his kin are OK.

  14. Barbara Jacobs
    November 11th, 2012 at 12:41 | #14

    It almost 70 degrees out in NYC today.
    A good time to go out and volunteer to help clean up this hurricane mess.