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Nashville City Winery… Good Time!

February 12th, 2021 Leave a comment Go to comments

Yeah, so last night the City Winery here in Nashville hosted me and a grand time was had… by me, that’s for sure!

Jorma Kaukonen 8, 2021

Jorma Alone

The City Winery

Nashville, Tennessee

Thursday, February 11, 2021

  1. Too Many Years
  2. Hesitation Blues
  3. Serpent Of Dreams
  4. Come Back Baby
  5. Search My Heart
  6. Great Divide Revisited
  7. Sea Child
  8. Trial By Fire
  9. Watch The North Wind Rise
  10. Death Don’t Have No Mercy
  11. How Long Blues
  12. Living In The Moment
  13. Good Shepherd
  14. Whining Boy Blues
  15. Barbeque King
  16. Keep Your Lamps Trimmed & Burning
  17. I Know You Rider
  18. Embryonic Journey

Awesome sound and great folks down here as always. Getting ready to drive home and try to beat the coming storm. I remind myself that it is still winter. 🙂

Now… tomorrow on Fur Peace TV:

This is another darn good one!

Well, if it weren’t good… we wouldn’t put it up. I’ll be on the chat with Vanessa. ‘See’ you there!

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  1. Brendan C
    February 12th, 2021 at 16:00 | #1

    You’re the Tom Brady of Americana/folk/alt/blues. Leave it on the field says Kaukonen. What of the crowd? Distanced but groovy? Industry colleagues in the house? Tell us?

  2. MarkD
    February 12th, 2021 at 17:06 | #2

    Yep, that looks like another great setlist. Did Emmylou show up? I would love to hear her sing Too Many Years with you. I remember seeing a great double bill of Emmylou and Hot Tuna at the Garden State Arts Center some years back. I even managed to find one of those event signs from the toll booth.

    Keep those lamps…
    MarkD

  3. carey georgas
    February 12th, 2021 at 18:47 | #3

    “Whammer Jammer! Lemme hear ya, Dickie! C’mon baby!” I’ll be watchin’!

  4. Chappy
    February 12th, 2021 at 20:38 | #4

    Got to meet Magic Dick & Shun Ng when they played FPR a couple years back. Saw them at the hotel the night before the show. I didn’t want to bother them as they seemed to be at work at a table in the restaurant but I said “hello’” insisted on picking up their dinner tab and treating them to a couple refreshments and left them alone. A short while later they came up to me and thanked me and we had a nice chat. Just SUPER nice folks!

  5. DennisK
    February 13th, 2021 at 01:24 | #5

    Chappy :
    Got to meet Magic Dick & Shun Ng when they played FPR a couple years back. Saw them at the hotel the night before the show. I didn’t want to bother them as they seemed to be at work at a table in the restaurant but I said “hello’” insisted on picking up their dinner tab and treating them to a couple refreshments and left them alone. A short while later they came up to me and thanked me and we had a nice chat. Just SUPER nice folks!

    Great story. Hope to meet them myself someday. Sad to hear about Chick Corea. Got to see him play withRTF. Amazing

  6. JohnB
    February 13th, 2021 at 12:51 | #6

    I was at that show ……@DennisK

  7. carey georgas
    February 13th, 2021 at 12:54 | #7

    Well shit fire and save the matches! It’s gonna get colder’n a witch’s tit in a brass bra down here. Looks like I’ll lose my orange trees. Only been cold as predicted two or three times in my life. Reckon I’ll be sticking pretty close to the house. Be sticking even closer to the tv tonight, though! Onward, through the snow!

  8. Seth
    February 13th, 2021 at 19:00 | #8

    Yea, I was at that Garden State Arts Center show when the boys opened for Emmylou. Tke last live show I say pre-pandemic was Tuna and Bromberg at the Fillmore here in SF about exactly a year ago now–sad but not forever. Magic Dick doesn’t get talked up enough but he can swing. Years ago in the late 80s/early 90s, he and Giles used to play the Sitting Bull Pub in Maynard, MA and would catch their gigs and came to appreciate his technique that comes through better live than in his recordings.

  9. Chappy
    February 13th, 2021 at 19:33 | #9

    Jorma, thanks for the mention a few weeks back about the Nicky Hopkins biography. I started it the other day and am halfway through it. It’s interesting and informative. I was familiar with a lot of his work with several groups and musicians but had no idea how many folks he played with over the years. Thanks again!

  10. Joe K
    February 13th, 2021 at 19:56 | #10

    J.Giles Band played plenty a night at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Ma. back before they moved to bigger venues.

  11. John B
    February 15th, 2021 at 13:17 | #11

    My Grandfather was from Worcester and some of my Moms favorite summers were spent there ! I doubt he ever heard of J. Geils though and if I asked him what he thought of Magic Dick he may have slugged me ….. @Joe K

  12. Kevin
    February 15th, 2021 at 13:52 | #12

    Hey Jorma not sure if you’ve ever heard of this young guitarist named Marcin. Just came across these videos today and thought it might interest you. Something to work on before the next QC. Also, apparently parking garages provide some good acoustics.

  13. Kevin
    February 15th, 2021 at 14:55 | #13

    DOH Forgot the link

    https://ultimateclassicrock.com/marcin-kashmir/

    Just another one of those pesky senior moments.