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#28… In The Books

November 29th, 2020 Leave a comment Go to comments

Just a short note… It was our pleasure to bring you all #28 last night. Hot Tuna and the Fur Peace Ranch’s Thanksgiving offering

Hot Tuna 26, 2020

Electric Trio

Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady

& Justin Guip

Quarantine Concert Series #28

Fur Peace Ranch

Darwin, Ohio

Saturday, November 28, 2020

  1. True Religion
  2. Been So Long
  3. Trial By Fire
  4. Ode To Billy Dean
  5. Song For The Stainless Cymbal
  6. Living Just For You
  7. Bowlegged Woman
  8. Highway Song
  9. Roads and Roads &
  10. Day To Day Out The Window Blues
  11. Funky # 7

Indeed, I had almost as much fun watching the show as I did when we played it… well, almost. I hope everyone is staying well and enjoying the weekend.

More will be revealed…

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  1. JohnC.
    November 29th, 2020 at 15:49 | #1

    Thanks for a great show, Jorma, Jack, and Justin. Just curious; I noticed you using a flat pick at one point (Bowlegged Woman?) and wondered what your criterion is for using a flat pick vs. finger picks. Flat pick for when you plan to really shred (ie, is it a playing style kind of thing)? Is it guitar-specific? I’ve been playing more lead, and find it annoying to keep switching between flat and finger picks. I know lots of good lead players who use finger picks (you, Carolyn Wonderland, etc.), and am trying to work it out for myself. Any advice welcome.

  2. JB
    November 29th, 2020 at 16:35 | #2

    Ran the gamut of emotions for me. Nostalgic/homesick for NY and all my buddies from the mid 70’s. Then absolute euphoria from the music. Felt like I was going back in time. Loved the set list. The sound was awesome! I can’t thank you guys enough!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. November 29th, 2020 at 18:50 | #3

    Hey John… Depends on the song… my acoustic show is usually fingerstyle, but I use a flatpick for certain things. It makes for more precise rhythms when playing rock and roll or bluegrass. I started out with a flatpick when I was a kid. As Owsley used to say, ‘The righteous tool for the righteous job!’

  4. J Boucke
    November 30th, 2020 at 01:16 | #4

    Have to echo JB’s comment about time traveling. For me it was SF memories. I was expecting Papa John to come walking out. I was dancing in my living room.

  5. Richard K
    November 30th, 2020 at 06:48 | #5

    Missed going to NYC this year for the annual HT Electric show but the stream sure helped a lot..Lets hope next year we can celebrate JKs 80th..Although it will be 81 by then..Thanks HT and crew for all you do for the people…

  6. john o
    November 30th, 2020 at 09:50 | #6

    Thanks for playing “Song For The Stainless Cymbal” on Saturday night. The whole show was incredible. Brought me back to the Academy of Music in the 70’s. Good times.

  7. Zebra
    November 30th, 2020 at 11:58 | #7

    Although I was also there in the old days I am always amazed how Jorma & Jack keep finding new ideas for songs that were played so many times for over a half a century.The songs evolve.I love it! Thank You

  8. doug mlyn
    November 30th, 2020 at 12:14 | #8

    Thanks for bringing us some Thanksgiving Tuna, and bringing back Song From The Stainless Cymbal. I think you played it acoustic in a previous show, and that was good. Hearing it electric really gave me goosebumps. Such a great song and my favorite off of the Hoppkorv Album. Keep on keeping on.

  9. Rob
    November 30th, 2020 at 14:44 | #9

    Yes, it was great to see the HT @ Thanksgiving tradition kept up under the most challenging circumstances. The return of “Cymbal” is a welcome addition to the setlist. I’m still holding out hope for an eventual return of things like “Song for the Fire Maiden,” “Extrication Love Song,” and “Invitation”!

  10. George Henn
    November 30th, 2020 at 15:27 | #10

    Thank you Jorma for the acoustic Roads and Roads & in concert #27 and for the electric version in the very next concert. Yikes!

  11. Howard
    November 30th, 2020 at 15:59 | #11

    That was a great show and if I closed my eyes, I could have been back at the Palladium in 1976 (or Commack Arena). I especially enjoyed the Bass & Drum duet intro to Bowlegged Woman. Makes me want to get up and dance around the room. Thank you. What do you have in store for us over the next 4 Saturdays in December?

  12. Ken Hoyt
    November 30th, 2020 at 16:29 | #12

    I had planned to listen to other music after the set. Didn’t happen, as that was so dang great. Had it cranked to “11”, as they say, and it shook the walls. Thanks to the FPR team & Hot Tuna. Another fantastic Quarantine concert.

  13. Dan Nigro
    November 30th, 2020 at 18:10 | #13

    Really a special show. Glad you could join us, Jorma. To quote Paul Karp 🔥🖕🐟. Stay safe and be well all

  14. Joshua Solomon
  15. Kevin
    November 30th, 2020 at 19:11 | #15

    @Joshua Solomon
    Hey Joshua, I found that pic online one time in an article about rare Woodstock photos, so I believe that was taken at Woodstock. Jorma and his love for 2 wheels LOL.

  16. eaglesteve
    December 1st, 2020 at 14:24 | #16

    Dug Q#28. Thank you.

  17. Ham Neggs
    December 1st, 2020 at 20:11 | #17

    That foto was taken after the one pill that makes you larger?🐇🐇🐇🐇🐇🐇🐇
    Peace✌🏻️❤️Love All Ways🔥🚲🌹🙏🏻🖖🏼 🐇🐇🐇🐇🐇🐇🐇🐇🐇🐇

  18. John R.
    December 2nd, 2020 at 08:54 | #18

    @Joshua Solomon
    Easy Rider

  19. sandy
    December 2nd, 2020 at 13:11 | #19

    Wow. The Saturday electric trio was terrific. Audio and camera work wonderful.
    All night long, one tight,tight ‘combo.’
    Will be replaying this one often. Thanks

  20. LWE
    December 2nd, 2020 at 15:34 | #20

    Thrilled to see Jorma and Barbeque King have both landed on Apple Music. Gives me hope that Relix will get its act together and allow The Land of Heroes, Too Many Years and the other Relix releases to see the light of day. Less thrilled to have tested positive for the virus, but it was nice to have a concert to which I could quarantine. Thank you so much, Jorma, Vanessa and the FPR gang. This all helps (and has helped). Chip

  21. Kevin
    December 2nd, 2020 at 17:11 | #21

    Finally found time for the electric show, Funky #28. Great stuff. No, Amazing stuff. Hard to classify because they have all been great, but that one stands out. Love the stories. Love the Susan T. mention, hope to see ya back in FL for the Sunshine Music Fest again soon. Promise some FL weather next time. Brrrrrrr!!!

  22. richard
    December 4th, 2020 at 05:14 | #22

    Wow its Friday already.That was indeed a great get together last week.very impressed with your drummer.While the band was electric,justin was tight,held it all together,and a perfect sounding kit. Last but not least,the conversation regarding a winch for your truck was one of the highlights.Im thinking it’s a great investment,and I’m about to go that route myself.Is yours a westin or warn? could have used it on my truck last weekend while hunting Adirondacks.[no masks out there] ps the louis electric fits your firebird to perfection.

  23. Dale Radeleff
    December 4th, 2020 at 12:09 | #23

    Although I’m not much of an “Electric” Fan but I am really enjoying seeing your style at work. Received my Balm and stickers, thanks for your personal “JK” on the 2 FPR ovals. The Balm is seeming to work quite well on my post surgical back muscles…More later

  24. David Lucas
    December 4th, 2020 at 12:12 | #24

    My spirit was yearning for an Electric Hot Tuna blast and you guys provided it in
    spades !!!

    Thank you, thank you, thank you !!!

    Happy Holidays to the entire FPR family !

  25. December 4th, 2020 at 14:56 | #25

    Hey Richard…
    The winch in question is on a 2016 Wrangler Unlimited and it’s an 8700 pound Rough Country. That’s the brand the local custom truck shop stocks and I figured ‘What the heck!’ My front bumper is a HiRock which is made by Bestop as is my back bumper and spare tire arm. If they had offered a Warn i probably would have gotten that, but they didn’t and so far it’s worked out OK. I’ve got a Warn on my Kawasaki 4010 Trans4X4.

  26. richard
    December 4th, 2020 at 15:28 | #26

    @Jorma
    Thanks jorma,,good to know.See your not only a world class guitarist,but an off road buff too.

  27. Richard K
    December 5th, 2020 at 06:13 | #27

    Used to off road on the beach on Long Island NY with a 76 Chevy Blazer.. Sure could have used a winch a few times, would have been cheaper then calling a tow truck..
    Looking forward to # 29..Keeps the spirit up for the whole week..

  28. December 5th, 2020 at 11:45 | #28

    I had a ’77 Blazer with a built 350 in it. I loved that car.

  29. Richard K
    December 5th, 2020 at 12:15 | #29

    Jorma :
    I had a ’77 Blazer with a built 350 in it. I loved that car.

    Dad bought the 76 new and he let me take it out first night. Put 80 miles on it driving around Queens and man was he pissed..Didnt blame him..Had a 350 too but just stock..I had it until 1986 and had so much rust,prob from to much salt from the beach even though we would wash bottom .Still wish I still had it..Had more fun in that truck then I can talk about here..Family show right?