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#35 And Onwards

January 24th, 2021 Leave a comment Go to comments
Turn Bernie up in the monitors!

Meme by Martha’s daughter…

You just can’t get enough of this stuff. As confined our our lives have become, a good laugh is always dandy medicine.

A great time was had by all for #35. Good to have Myron Hart back with a great John Prine song and of coure, John Hurlbut never lets any of us down!

Jorma Kaukonen 4, 2021

Quarantine Concert Series #35

The Fur Peace Station

Darwin, Ohio

Saturday, January 23, 2021

  1. True Religion
  2. Great Change
  3. I See The Light
  4. New Song For The Morning
  5. Souvenirs with Myron Hart
  6. Police Dog Blues
  7. Sleep Song
  8. Wooden Ships with John Hurlbut
  9. I’ll Remember You with John Hurlbut
  10. Whining Boy Blues
  11. I Know You Rider

The Har Dee Har Har factor was primo last night. Lots of laughs all the way around and some good music as well.

Getting ready for the playoffs tonight..

More will be revealed.

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  1. carey georgas
    January 24th, 2021 at 12:28 | #1

    Har de har har! If only a pair of drumsticks were in those mitts, or at least a tambourine.

  2. John R.
    January 24th, 2021 at 13:31 | #2

    I guess Will Scarlett wasn’t available.

  3. Bob S
    January 24th, 2021 at 14:47 | #3

    That’s freakin’ hysterical! I love it!

    Peace to all!

  4. Howard
    January 24th, 2021 at 15:03 | #4

    Great show last night. Thank you. Poor Mr. Richard Head. Thank goodness his memory lives on.

  5. Brendan Carroll
    January 24th, 2021 at 15:12 | #5

    Dat vuzh good.

  6. Alan R.
    January 24th, 2021 at 17:04 | #6

    The acoustic version of Wooden Ships was worth the price of admission. What a treat! As I was watching I was thinking that the crew might want to consider going back through these Quarantine concerts and picking out the best song versions to issue as a Quarantine DVD. Wooden Ships would clearly make the list. But it’s just one of so many highlights over the last 10 months. Thanks to the whole team for making these shows happen every week.

  7. Grampie
    January 25th, 2021 at 07:40 | #7

    Oh Yes!! the “Quarantine Greatest Hits” is now a double album,and must include that version of “Wooden Ships”. Thankyou so much. Time is indeed measured by tuning into the FPR.

  8. Ed
    January 25th, 2021 at 09:58 | #8

    And speaking of “Volunteers,” “Turn My Life Down” is one heck of a song. Just sayin’…

  9. JohnB
    January 25th, 2021 at 10:26 | #9

    ” Well It Took Me Years To Get Those Souvenirs and I Don’t Know How They Slipped Away From Me.” One of Prine’s best, though it is hard to pick just one.

  10. uncle jack
    January 25th, 2021 at 12:39 | #10

    Excellent all around, thank yous

  11. Ham Neggs
    January 25th, 2021 at 13:20 | #11

    If, as some view Bark and long John Silver as tired rants they contain many gems we have known and loved over the years. I get the not having Marty puts them in a different orbit but they do have Papa John and some great songs for me.
    Feel So Good,Pretty As you Feel,Wild Turkey ( a Thanksgiving Tradition along with Arlo in my house),third Week in the Chelsea and Trial by Fire are all wonderful Jorma and Jack contributions.
    Eat Starch Mom rivals Hey Frederick for Rampage Year sounds let loose with Grace. Long John Silver rollicks along nicely thank you Jack! Always loved Lawman maybe because smiling does break the rules. Crazy Miranda, Easter, Aerie, and Milk Train still hold up. Of course I’ve happily listened to Ms Slick count so I’m extremely prejudiced.
    Paul – I always enjoyed that cool aid. Miss him and would have loved to hear his continuing the saga of Rose ( the serial killer of republikans) these past four years. Both Bark and LJS have some of his epics. Russell Means autobiography helped me not be a commie dupe. Sandinsta Air Force could drop bombs on Indigenous villages with the best of the Capitalist Pigs. With Mr Kantner I could close my eyes and be in a better world as he sang “ in my world teachers get paid more than baseball players”. Paul Kantner Presente!
    Papa John, the man was a joy. Mr Kaukonen did you have any interactions with the young guitarist from his solo band – Kevin “Keb Mo” Moore?
    I was truly blessed over the years to see the various members of Jefferson Airplane live. The Quarantine shows have allowed the world to get together and go ride the music, its makes me feel so good. For a moment I can be in Italy with Carlo or Florida, or South Africa or maybe The Lone Star, the Academy, the wherever and sometimes I close may eyes and Paul, Marty, Signe, Spencer, or Papa or some very dear old friends of mine are laughing and dancing right there with me.
    Everybody stay well and thank you again for letting me vent.

    “Sue Snell sat quietly in the living room of her house, hemming a dress and listening to the Jefferson Airplane Long John Silver album. It was old and badly scratched, but soothing.”
    Excerpt From: Stephen King. Carrie.
    Peace✌🏻️❤️Love All Ways🔥🚲🌹🙏🏻🖖🏼

  12. Martha Smith
    January 25th, 2021 at 18:41 | #12

    That was such a fine show. A national treasure, that Jorma Kaukonen. I think it’s been 30 years since I’ve heard a Police Dog Blues! Myron, you were awesome. John, you are a legend in your own right. Vanessa, your devotion to the smooth operation of these shows is beyond sublime. Rock on! Heart felt thank you to one and all.

  13. JohnB
    January 25th, 2021 at 19:33 | #13

    Was comrade Bernie always wearing the Fur Peace Ranch anti-covid 19 protective face gear or was that recently added? I don’t recall seeing it earlier today .

  14. January 26th, 2021 at 03:33 | #14


  15. carey georgas
    January 26th, 2021 at 09:13 | #15

    The value of the Quarantine Series is inestimable to a fledgling guitarist like me. Saturday’s rendition of True Religion opened the door into a world of fingerpicking that I thought unattainable for an old fart beginner like me. At least, attainable to a degree that would pass as decent. Playing for almost a year by myself sans lessons has been a challenge. Breakdown Way has helped, but watching Jorma play that song, not teaching – but teaching nonetheless, gave me insight into the use of the thumb, and the slow tempo accentuated the use of the fingers, and I could visually follow well enough to at least see the notes the fingers were making sing. Quarantine Series – the gift that keeps on giving.

  16. Richard K
    January 26th, 2021 at 10:45 | #16

    Martha is one cool gal! Met her at the acoustic show in Brooklyn a few years ago…

  17. David Lucas
    January 26th, 2021 at 12:32 | #17

    Another GREAT QC !!!

    Police Dog Blues !!! One of my all time favorites. Souvenirs and two more stellar song choices by Mr. Hurlbut ! He can sure pick ’em ! (no pun intended)

    As the pandemic persists, the QC series remains the highlight of my week.

    Thanks again to Jorma and the FPR family for bringing light in these dark times !!!

  18. eaglesteve
    January 26th, 2021 at 12:57 | #18

    Dug Q35. Thank you.

  19. John B
    January 28th, 2021 at 14:08 | #19

    Surprise , surprise , surprise ( Gomer Pyle) I turned on XM radio and started turning the dial and at the last second caught the words Hot Tuna ….whoa Nellie , I was just in time to hear Don’t You Leave Me Here off of the acoustic LP from Orleans House . Long live Hot Tuna !

  20. Brian Doyle
    January 28th, 2021 at 14:55 | #20

    4200 Coronavirus deaths a day…Raging epidemic…Remembering Paul Kantner and Signe Anderson…

  21. eaglesteve
    January 28th, 2021 at 22:49 | #21

    Paul Kantner. Gone 5 years. Never forgotten. RIP Bro.

  22. John R.
    January 29th, 2021 at 08:48 | #22

    Geez. Five years already? In other respects the last five years have seemed like an eternity.

  23. mikie
    January 29th, 2021 at 08:51 | #23

    Well, Golll-leee! Where on XM did you find Tuna, JohnB? I just got a new-to-me Ridgeline with XM and I’m on trial listening period now. I do enjoy the Dead channel, Willie’s roadhouse and the classic vinyl stations. I’ve wondered why Jorma / Tuna doesn’t have their own setting. Or, is there one? thanks, m

  24. Dan Nigro
    January 29th, 2021 at 09:40 | #24

    @Mikie Tuna tends to show up on Deep Tracks. If your subscription gets you streaming the Jam channel also plays Tuna, but that channel isn’t on the radio service

  25. Ham Neggs
    January 29th, 2021 at 12:16 | #25

    Was blown away one time when Your Mind has left your body from Baron Von Tollbooth came on.
    Carry the Fire
    Peace✌🏻️❤️Love All Ways🔥🚲🌹🙏🏻🖖🏼

  26. Kevin
    January 29th, 2021 at 17:58 | #26

    I’ve heard Jorma and HT on BB Kings Bluesville as well. Deep Tracks is fantastic.

  27. JohnB
    January 29th, 2021 at 19:18 | #27

    You would be hard pressed to find anything prettier then Jack , Jorma and Grace on Your Mind Has Left Your Body…….Jack and Jorma at the end is hard to beat.Always has been a favorite of mind . @Ham Neggs

  28. Bob S
    January 29th, 2021 at 19:36 | #28

    I haven’t owned a vinyl album in over 40 years, but I had to go out and buy The River Flows on Black Friday, 2020. I also bought a cheap 6-in-1 turntable to play it on. Well since then, I’ve accumulated over 3 dozen assorted albums and upgraded to a decent turntable. The wife and I are playing The River Flows (still our favorite!) while we eat dinner tonight and we’re loving it! Looking forward to volume 2!

    Peace to all!

  29. JohnB
    January 29th, 2021 at 19:48 | #29

    Deep Tracks mikie.

  30. mikie
    January 29th, 2021 at 20:13 | #30

    We’re going Deep. m