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Re: broke down and bought that 7 walkers cd#48642 3 years agoThey are playing live at the Stone Pony tonight (In New Jersey) , and imo tickets are cheap
BILL KREUTZMANN, PAPA MALI
and MATT HUBBARD
with special guests
WOODFISH and LITTLE JIMMY (ACOUSTIC TRIO)
Doors at 7 pm
Showtime 7:30 pm
Tickets: $24.50 in advance
$30 at the door
PLUS APPLICABLE SURCHARGES
ALL AGES ADMITTED
21 TO DRINK (IN BAR AREA)
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Re: broke down and bought that 7 walkers cd#48645 3 years agoI got to see 7 Walkers before they even called themselves "7 Walkers."
Back in May of 2009 right after the Dead tour, over Memorial Day weekend there was a festival in Missiouri called Schwagstock. They played there. They announced it as Papi Mali featuring Bill Kreutzmann. I thought that show was real great! They played lots of dead tunes. I know for sure it was Matt Hubbard, Billy, Hutch Hutchinson, and Papa Mali that played that night. I love Matt Hubbard I think hes a real awesome musician! I think I saw him playing 4 or 5 different intrusments that night!
I got to see 7 Walkers back in April when they rolled through town. So lucky to have them come to town but I felt their 2009 performance was way better then this years performance. But it also could have been the atmosphere. Small enclosed venue verus outdoors dancing in the field And maybe it had to do with the different bass players. I'm not sure but I do like George Porter too! He's a real sweet man.
Heres the link of the Papa Mali featuring Bill K Schwagstock May 2009 performance from archive. It is a soundboard recording also.
www.archive.org/details/billky2009-05-23Dreams are lies...it's the dreaming that's real!!!!
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Re: broke down and bought that 7 walkers cd#48658 3 years agoThat really is a great CD. I saw them live at Wanee from right up front and they were a lot of fun. George Porter wasn't there on bass and instead they had a dude playing sousaphone (it's like a tuba) through a Marshall amp with effects pedals. It looked weird but he did a great job of laying down the bass line. The whole band was like a sloppy New Orleans garage band. They went on after midnight and played really loose, with a lot of spirit. I'd go see them again.Without love day to day insanity's king