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The End Of the Lewis And Clark Trail

… and here we are just getting ready to leave Portland for Seattle… Just a quick one after a late night and an early rising. We love the Aladdin Theater… Before I went to the gig I took the free tram across the river to the downtown area and hit the Portland Outdoor Store. This place is the greatest. Unwashed jeans… what a concept. I bought some jeans and a pair of boots. Winter… bring it on!

Back at the Aladdin we played two rousing sets which are listed here:

Hot Tuna 25, 2010
Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady
Barry Mitterhoff And Skoota Warner
The Aladdin Theater
Portland, Oregon
Tuesday, October 5, 2010

First Set:
1. Been So Long
2. Hesitation Blues
3. Ode To Billy Dean
4. I Wish You Would
5. Corners Without Exits
6. 99 Year Blues
7. If This Is Love, I Want My Money Back
8. Bowlegged Woman
9. Come Back Baby
Second Set:
1. I See The Light
2. River Of Time
3. I Know You Rider
4. Talkin’ Bout You
5. Rock Me Baby
6. Operator
7. Good Shepherd
8. That’ll Never Happen no More
9. Funky # 7
10. Encore: Hit Single # 1

Gotta eat and hit the bus. The Triple Door tonight and then off to Alaska.

… outta here for now!

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  1. Sean Murphy
    October 6th, 2010 at 11:14 | #1

    Looking forward to tonights show at the triple door. Bringing my 20yo daughter to the hot tuna experience can’t wait to hear ya rock the house. Sets looks great 35 yr fan here

  2. Howard Wade
    October 6th, 2010 at 13:09 | #2

    Great show last night guys! You really smoked. I don’t know what the rest of tour has been like but in Portland you really kicked it.

    First time hearing Skoota. What a great drummer. And of course Barry “secret weapon” Mitterhoff was amazing.

    I’m signed up for the April weekend at the ranch. See you then. Best of luck on the rest of the tour (or should I say break a leg?).

  3. David Ohlstein
    October 6th, 2010 at 18:43 | #3

    Great show at the Aladdin, You guys were on fire!

  4. gerry greeve
    October 6th, 2010 at 19:49 | #4

    44 years since Nobili Hall at SCU to The Alladin last night..what a treat guys!! Barry is just amazing..what an infectous (sp?) good humour .. special thanks to Jack for putting up with our yelling towards the end of Good Shepard then back atcha’ing us in the last rows with thermonuclear explosions in That’llNever Happen No More..Trust in Jack – he’ll never letya down is my motto.. too bad the front rows weren’t removed but at 65+ and brokedownknees I couldn’t danced like 2008 at Crystal Bay anyway…Thanks Jorma and to all y’all’s families… keep on rockin’

  5. Stephen A. Johnson
    October 7th, 2010 at 20:09 | #5

    Great show at the Aladdin. Ive been waiting to see you guys since the 70s. Barry can play, where did he come from? its obvious that you and Jack have a lot of love for each other whan you are on power chords.

  6. Nick Salatino
    October 8th, 2010 at 15:47 | #6

    FANTASTIC show at Portland’s Alladin Theater! Hot Tuna was HOT! On fire! My brother, Paul, treated me to see and hear some of his longtime favorite artists. After a couple of Hub’s brews, etc., we sat in the Alladin’s balcony and enjoyed the lengthy ride.

    Hot Tuna appeared in great spirits. Versatile playing. High energy. Jorma was in fine form with both singing and playing (especially loved solid rhythm guitar and roaring feedback blasts!). Jack’s bass playing was solid, fluid, unpredictable, interesting, intricate, accessible and nimble. Barry Mitterhoff was surprisingly impressive with his highly imaginative and moving guitar solos. Scoota held it all together with strong, solid, fluid, rhythmic drumming. All seasoned musicians. Rich histories. Broad, deep palettes.

    Thanks for a great night out, Hot Tuna (and Paul)!

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