But from. Greg: You sing Rev. A lot of his. Some might feel uncomfortable. Is there a spiritual match. I think there is a special. There are a lot of us middle class Jewish guys. And for me, the way I was brought up, my dad was in the service.
I grew up overseas a lot and I went to Catholic or Anglican schools. I was never self. Jorma: My mother was Jewish so…. Are you a Jew? Which I think we all agree on. One of the first. Greg: Did you meet Rev. Gary in person in New York City? Greg: What other bluesmen did you meet? Mississippi Fred McDowell? Jorma: I never met Mississippi Fred. I was fortunate later on in life to meet Brownie.
McGhee in California. I was a huge fan. I remember when I was in New York to play. Guys my age were complete non-entities back. He came out of the dressing room and I use. John Lee was dressed up, the way he always.
The Boys onstage. The festive lobster traps of Portland. The chilly sreets of Waterville Really the Olds School. Cool, but better with people!
Thanksgiving Dinner in Maine November 19th, Jorma 25 comments. Magic Dick and Shun Ng. The Masters A drone moment Rockin' with the bird! The Chet gets the call Ther boys from the air. This land is your land!
Navy Pacific Jerry, Chuck and Ray are still with us… the others have fought their last battle and moved on. Jeff Anderson and I set out A man and his Breakout. Never too early for Santa Thinking of my girl Welcome to River City. Maureen at the helm A man at work, ankle deep in muck. The smile of victory. A lovely sight! Tikkun Olam November 4th, Jorma 23 comments. Trashbag and tongs Nessa, Rick, Sarah, Justin and Me. Andy, a trash bag, some doughnuts and me.
John Hurlbut November 1st, Jorma 23 comments. My duty to my country, and myself! Ramblin' Jack rambles Hail indeed Finally, some foliage. The old farm road to the A-Frame. Newer Entries Older Entries. Thinking positively and believing that at some point the Fur Peace Ranch will be open again, we are able to continue not only the upkeep of the infrastructure but also but also the making of improvements.
Our very own Smiles is a busy beaver and some new walkways are under way. I have been spending more time in a true practice environment with my music than I have in years. Working gigs is not practice. The challenge of keeping the repertoire fresh for the streaming shows each week is more than stimulating. The current situation robs us of time which can never be replaced. As a 79 year old I feel this loss more profoundly than I imagine my kids do, and that is as it should be.
Yeah, it could be worse. The cold snap today is, well… cold, but at least the sun is shining. Oh yeah, spend a little more time on the set list for Saturday. Zammy and Azlan in the garden. The old Marantz pre-amp. Look art the size of the transformers. Oldies, but Goodies. Alloy CD tray True Religion 2. Whining Boy Blues 3.
We have No. So Andie Walla , our great videographer and her husband Scotty Hall, a great photographer came over early last night and showed Vanessa how to make sushi… It was awesome, sushi right in our own dining room. We are so blessed to be able to bring these shows to life every Saturday night, and doubly blessed that so many of you out there join us. Yesterday we had another great Panini lunch and mini concert here at the Fur Peace Ranch.
Here is what was played:. This is a shorty this morning. I might have to put on a wet suit to walk the dogs. More will be revealed. John and I are examining some new gems for this coming weekend and it is highly likely that Myron will sneak in an appearance. The girls and I made a foray to Columbus yesterday for some socially distant sushi at Akai Hana. It was nice to get out, and they did it up right.
Reservations required, temperature checks, masks when not eating and truly delicious food.Jun 20, · Jorma Kaukonen "Wolves And Lambs" great guitar work from on solo LP titled Jorma - Duration: Tim Gracyk 3, views.