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Saturday Night Exacta In Seattle

October 11th, 2015 Leave a comment Go to comments
Not your typical alley...

Not your typical alley...

Foto by Phil Jacobs

This Jazz Alley gig is a boatload of fun. Our pal Steve James stopped by night before last to say HI on his way to Eastern Europe. Steve is the best, and a master of his craft. Check out his song, Talco Girl if nothing else!

Jack, Steve, Jorma

Jack, Steve, Jorma

Selfie by Jack Casady

Here we go from last night:

Hot Tuna 37 & 38, 2015
The Acoustic Duo
Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady
Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley
Seattle, Washington
Saturday, October 10, 2015

First Show:
1. New Song For The Morning
2. Ain’t In No Hurry
3. Hesitation Blues
4. Brother Can You Spare A Dime
5. Barbeque King
6. Sea Child
7. Living In The Moment
8. 99 Year Blues
9. Things That Might Have Been
10. Where There’s Two There’s Trouble
11. I See The Light
12. How Long Blues
13. Keep Your Lamps Trimmed & Burning
14. Encore: Embryonic Journey
Second Show:
1. True Religion
2. San Francisco Bay Blues
3. In My Dreams
4. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down & Out
5. Come Back Baby
6. That’ll Never Happen No More
7. What Are They Doing In Heaven Today?
8. Blue Railroad Train
9. Serpent Of Dreams
10. Whining Boy Blues
11. Good Shepherd
12. Death Don’t Have Mo Mercy
13. Candy Man
14. I Know You Rider
15. Encore: Genesis

A long night, but a good one.

Jorma check out his ironing job!

Jorma check out his ironing job!

One more tonight and home tomorrow.

  1. andriy
    October 11th, 2015 at 14:10 | #1

    Barbara J. here:
    Steve James! Check out his music, as much of it as you can.

    Jorma: check out amazon for handheld portable fabric steamers.
    Never iron again.

  2. John O’Leary
    October 11th, 2015 at 14:17 | #2

    I would have bet on the 2nd set as the winner. Luckily, catching both guaranteed that I’d win either way. Thank you. So what was that about photos of scarecrows wearing t-shirts?

  3. Karen Beck
    October 11th, 2015 at 19:10 | #3

    Heading to Jazz Alley soon for some “Hot Tuna” and hear great tunes too! Hoping for a chance to say hello in person to these guys I spent many a New Years Eve with many moons ago! Simple “hello” best wishes &’pic to share would be such a treat for this former FM Dj and native Californian.

  4. andriy
    October 11th, 2015 at 21:24 | #4

    one more time:
    Steve James !!!

  5. andriy
    October 11th, 2015 at 22:06 | #5

    Barbara J. here (again):
    (Because nobody else is here):

    Back in the day, a long time ago and several times since then (especially before the internet):
    I had to argue it out between fans of “Stephen James” (out of Dublin, Ireland)
    and “Steve James”(out of NYC.)
    You had to be there to appreciate my frustration, trying to explain.

    In that situation, as well as quite a few other conversations:
    I had to start singing: ” I Can’t Explain”.

    Ronnie Lane knew your music, Steve James.

    All best to you and yours, Steve James.

  6. andriy
    October 11th, 2015 at 23:39 | #6

    Being not one to waste a bit of cyberspace:
    Steve James:
    Was it you who sent me a tape of your music? Was it a live tape cassette that was taped during one of your shows at a club?
    At that time, I was the only way to connect with Ronnie, other than through
    Ian Mac.

    All I can remember, is in the mid-90’s, I received it and brought it to Ronnie, who loved it.

    If I did not follow up with you, please understand that the timing was difficult.

  7. jim hitchcock
    October 12th, 2015 at 11:35 | #7

    Been a couple of years since I lost my pal Seamus the Wonder Parrot. Why did I name him Seamus, you ask? Well, I happened to be listening to Pink Floyd’s Meddle that night, and Seamus was a favorite track:

    ‘I was in the kitchen, Seamus that’s the dog was outside’.

    Weird, I know, but Seamus was a weird and wonderful critter. Found out years later that Seamus was Irish speak for James 🙂

  8. Carla Flynn
    October 12th, 2015 at 12:20 | #8

    What a wonderful show last night. I hope you come back often. I’ve been listening to you for 40+ years. Feels like you are playing my life soundtrack. Thanks for the music. Much love. Carla.

  9. johno
    October 12th, 2015 at 14:59 | #9

    You gotta be kidding me – New Song for the Morning – Acoustic!!!!

  10. Chuck Hanson
    October 12th, 2015 at 18:19 | #10

    Saw the 7:30 show on Sat. at Jazz Alley. Loved the show!

  11. Clay
    October 13th, 2015 at 03:20 | #11

    IKR! I can’t recall EVER hearing it in the 40 yrs I’ve been going. An all time fav. And I went to the late show that night. That’s OK Genesis is a close 2nd

  12. andriy
    October 13th, 2015 at 16:01 | #12

    Barbara J. here:
    Yes, most wonderful!@jim hitchcock

  13. andriy
    October 13th, 2015 at 16:25 | #13

    Jim, tonight we will support Bernie, who will have his hands full against the extremely coached Hill(Bill) Clintonian cluster-shupt.
    If Bernie can just keep calm, he may be able to do well.@jim hitchcock

  14. October 13th, 2015 at 16:26 | #14

    @jim hitchcock
    As Dylan wrote in Highway 61, “where can I get rid of these things?” I have the LP Meddle, along with Obscured BY Clouds, and several dozen more of assorted artists, that I can’t find a market for. All or most in great condition. If one prefers analog vinyl with a good turntable I’m your guy. If I wasn’t so old they would not be for sale, as I still give them a spin. Any connoisseurs out there?

    Jorma, please pardon this one time; not using your blog for Craigslist…….

  15. andriy
    October 13th, 2015 at 16:39 | #15

    At some point in the past, Yiddish word translation into English, added a
    “sch” to words that are actually pronounced in English as: “sh”
    the English pronunciation of the word : “school”.
    Why would “schmuck”, be spelled as if the letter “c” had anything to do with the

    Tonight will be the chance for Bernie to shine.

    It’s “shmuck”!)

  16. andriy
    October 13th, 2015 at 16:49 | #16

    If you ever come to NYC., there are a few retail stores that buy used records, as well as CD’s and DVD’s.

    Nothing better than listening to an LP. For more of this opinion, read the Neil Young autobiography: “Waging Heavy Peace”.

    If you like vintage cars and vehicles, read Neil Young’s “Special Deluxe”.

    If you are interested in vintage cars/vehicles and motorcycles:
    watch “Jay Leno’s Garage”.


  17. jim hitchcock
    October 13th, 2015 at 23:54 | #17

    I’ve always been with Neil on this…there is someting just perfect about possessing vinyl. It just seems to breathe.

    Which makes me think back. Of all the doodads and gadgets I’ve owned over the years, Discwasher may have been the most sublime 🙂

  18. October 14th, 2015 at 09:16 | #18

    Anyone who bought a ladies small T-shirt that night could dress their scarecrow with it… take a picture… send it to Vanessa and maybe win a prize…


  19. Bill
    October 15th, 2015 at 08:59 | #19

    And he irons great too!!! Is there nothing this guy can’t do? When are you coming to Massachusetts again? 🙂

  20. January 20th, 2016 at 23:44 | #20

    This is a little late, but I caught both Saturday shows… Thank you both for a wonderful evening. Last time was in 1991 on the East Coast. I liked these shows better (not that it’s a contest of course). I knew you wouldn’t do any repeats, and got a few personal favorites. Come back soon!

  21. January 20th, 2016 at 23:49 | #21

    One more thing while I’m thinking of it… Please put up some Vital Parts shows on your DL site. I really dug that stuff!