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The Flying Monkey

The Flying Monkey

Foto by Jorma Kaukonen

Winter’s chilly fingers are still wrapped around us up here, but there was blue skies as we pulled into Plymouth, and the Flying Monkey.

Monkeyville

Monkeyville

Foto by Jorma Kaukonen

This is a great joint. It’s been too long since we played here!

Hot Tuna 15, 2016
The Acoustic Duo
Jorma Kaukonen & Jack Casady
The Flying Monkey
Plymouth, New Hampshire
Thursday, April 5, 2018

First Set:
1. Dime For Beer
2. The Terrible Operation
3. Too Many Years
4. Wolves And Lambs
5. Hesitation Blues
6. Barbeque King
7. River Of Time
8. I Am The Light Of This World
9. Death Don’t’ Have No Mercy
10. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down & Out
11. Living In The Moment
12. Sea Child
13. Trial By Fire
14. Let Us Get Together Right Down Here
Second Set:
1. Ain’t In No Hurry
2. Second Chances
3. The Terrible Operation
4. Brother Can You Spare A Dime?
5. Waiting For A Train
6. How Long Blues
7. Serpent Of Dreams
8. Search My Heart
9. Come Back Baby
10. Sleep Song
11. Good Shepherd
12. San Francisco Bay Blues
13. I Know You Rider
14. Encore: Water Song

Where's Dorothy?

Where's Dorothy?

Foto by Jorma Kaukonen

Rising a little bit early this morning to head for Hartford, Connecticut and Infinity.

Back at the yard behind the Monkey… it was still train time.

A thousand miles from nowhere...

A thousand miles from nowhere...

Foto by Phil Jacobs

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  1. Tim
    April 6th, 2018 at 07:30 | #1

    Hey Jorma- I was I the third row last night. It was an honor to see you and hear the great music. I remember seeing you at the Capitol Theater in Passaic NJ in the late 70’s. You and Jack are having quite a run!

  2. rich l
    April 6th, 2018 at 13:18 | #2

    Sea Child – sigh…

  3. Susan
    April 6th, 2018 at 14:30 | #3

    Any chance we saw the bus heading north on the New Jersey turnpike this morning, between say 8 and 9:30am? My husband pointed out a tour bus and jokingly said “it’s hot tuna’s bus”…….coincidence or fact? We were traveling south…..seeing signs of spring in Maryland, but may have snow tomorrow!

  4. April 6th, 2018 at 14:39 | #4

    Nope Susan… not a chance. Coming from New Hampshire to Hartford in the snow. Just got in.

  5. April 6th, 2018 at 14:46 | #5

    There’s no place like home.
    Any lollipop kids?

    I have a CD – Tuna in Tokyo ,I believe.
    There’s the reference , by a certain musician about the rage sweeping Austraila , something about tossing the lollipop kids.
    Probably , enough said.
    Greg

  6. Susan
    April 6th, 2018 at 14:51 | #6

    @Jorma Oh boy….thanks for the response. I’m three days behind and was thinking about your gig in Pennsylvania! You sure do get around……glad you arrived safely!

  7. April 6th, 2018 at 14:59 | #7

    My memory was not serving me,upon further reflection ,I believe it was live at Sweetwater

  8. mark k
    April 6th, 2018 at 16:36 | #8

    Parchman’s Farm ” I hear a train a coming”

  9. Jim Hitchcock
    April 6th, 2018 at 20:51 | #9

    I God Woodrow, but this is a bad start!

    -Lonesome Dove

  10. April 7th, 2018 at 00:39 | #10

    Actually, I think it’s Johnny Cash’s Folsom Prison… I could be wrong…

  11. carey georgas
    April 7th, 2018 at 08:05 | #11

    Goin’ down to Parchman’s farm, ain’t never done no man no harm…

  12. April 7th, 2018 at 12:40 | #12

    Mose Allison
    Listened to Pair Dice found yesterday.
    Always wondered about inspiration for Urban moon
    Sounds like a vignette from Fillmore district or Mercado

  13. John R.
    April 7th, 2018 at 13:12 | #13

    Hey, Tim. I was at a couple of those shows at the old Capitol in Passaic. Nov. ‘76 (first time I saw them) and in Nov. ‘77, if memory serves. Had 4th row seats for Tuna in May, ‘78, but, as we know, that turned out to be a “Jorma” show.

  14. mark k
    April 7th, 2018 at 13:50 | #14

    Right You are:
    “Folsom Prison Blues”

    Well I hear that train a comin’ she’s a rollin’ on around the bend
    I ain’t seen the sunshine since I don’t know when
    But I’m stuck in Folsom Prison oh the time keeps draggin’ on
    And that train keeps a rollin’ on down to San Antone

    Well now I bet there’s rich folks eatin’ in a fancy dinin’ car
    I bet they’re drinkin’ coffee chewin’ on big cigars
    But I know I had it comin’ now I know I can’t be free
    And that train keeps a movin’ Lord that’s what tortures me
    Tell ‘em guitar

    Well when I was just a baby my mama told me son
    Always be a good boy don’t you mess around with guns
    But I shot a man in Reno stood there and watched him die
    Now when I hear that whistle blowin’ oh I hang my head and I cry

    Well if they’d free me from this prison if that railroad train was mine
    Bet I’d move it on just a little bit farther down the line
    Away from Folsom Prison that’s where I want to stay where I got to stay now
    And then I’d let that lonesome whistle let that whistle blow all my blues away
    Tell ‘em son

  15. mark k
    April 7th, 2018 at 13:59 | #15

    Bukka White: Parchmans Farm Blues on You Tube-

    Parchman Farm Blues
    Bukka White

    Judge gimme me life this morn’in
    Down on Parchman Farm
    Judge gimme me life this morn’in
    Down on Parchman Farm
    I wouldn’t hate it so bad
    But I left my wife in mournin’

    Four years, goodbye wife
    Oh you have done gone
    Ooh, goodbye wife
    Oh you have done gone
    But I hope someday
    You will hear my lonesome song, yeah

    Oh you, listen you men
    I don’t mean no harm
    Oh-oh listen you men
    I don’t mean no harm
    If you wanna do good
    You better stay off old Parchman Farm, yeah

    We go to work in the mo’nin
    Just a-dawn of day
    We go to work in the mo’nin
    Just a-dawn

  16. tall dave
    April 7th, 2018 at 17:23 | #16

    Hey Jorma, Jack, ‘n company…..know youre heading to Maine coast for show tonight. Desperately trying to manage to get there… just up the street afterall. Anyways wanted to invite y’all to Lobster/seafood.. feed on the ocean prior to show if yur in the area and have time.Roll that bus on over..my honey is the bartende/manager there and will set y’all up. Email me back and will get you the details. Lobster Cove in York Beach Maine. Get some bugs!!! Otherwise hope to see ya tonight at Jonathans.

  17. April 8th, 2018 at 09:31 | #17

    I always credited Mose Allison with Parchman Farm , Young Man blues( who at Leeds), and Johnny Rivers seventh son, maybe we’ll have to employ a secret agent man to get to bottom of this .
    I think they could use an infusion of new Secret Agent men in the District.

  18. April 8th, 2018 at 09:38 | #18

    I always credited Mose Allison with Parchman Farm , Young Man blues( who at Leeds), and Johnny Rivers seventh son, maybe we’ll have to employ a secret agent man to get to bottom of this .
    I think they could use an infusion of new Secret Agent men in the District.
    You can also hear Parchman Farm on Blue cheers Eruptis album.
    It’s great to throw that album into a CD rotation for a sedate outside summer dinner party,
    The feedback on Summertime Blues alleays gets the queried, who is that group.
    Never saw Blue Cheer , but I’ve heard that they would get plaster falling of ceiling in Fillmore east.

  19. April 8th, 2018 at 09:46 | #19

    Ah the good ol’ Capitol Theater in Passaic, NJ (unfortunately now a used car lot). Some great shows there…Grateful Dead, Charlie Daniels, Outlaws, New Riders, CSN,,,but my favorite was May 20, 1978 solo acoustic Jorma that was billed as Hot Tuna. An amazing night of 30 songs from Keep your Lamps to Jelly Roll Blues to Mann’s Fate that went on to the wee hours of the night…or it seemed that way. Good Times !!

  20. April 8th, 2018 at 10:39 | #20

    Credit where credit is due:Bukka White
    Always credited Mose Allison

  21. Bella
    April 8th, 2018 at 11:05 | #21

    Ah yes, Dr. Joe. May I take it back even further to April 8, 1971 when Papa John Creach added his iconic style to all those “Burgers” favorites. A time long gone, but not forgotten. Classic Hot Tuna!

  22. johno
    April 8th, 2018 at 11:35 | #22

    The old Capitol Theater had no parking. We pulled in from New York in 1976 going to a HT show and parked down the block from the theater. We were smoking a doobie, the smoke filled car looked like something out of a Cheech & Chong movie. A police car pulls up with 4 bulls inside. I swallowed the evidence and made it to the show. Luckily they didn’t find the blotter in my wallet. Good times indeed!

  23. gregg
    April 8th, 2018 at 14:11 | #23

    Yea johno bout same time, no parking, parked down block between closed warehouse and a gas station. problem was when station closed for the night 10-11 pm so go the lights, it was black, when we got back all cars parked there had windows smashed electronics stolen except our car cause it was mounted left side steering wheel g

  24. eaglesteve
    April 8th, 2018 at 15:06 | #24

    I know you’re super busy Captain. But did you laugh?

  25. Peri Traynor
    April 14th, 2018 at 06:23 | #25

    Been listening to Hot Tuna at the Tabernacle on Apple Music and can’t wait to catch a show sometime!! Thank you for your lovely music!