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sancouple

Top Gun, Mexican border, Trolley Bus tourist tour...

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sandoldtown  sandchurch

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Backstage at the gig on Shelter Island

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lahollywoodsign

It's a very big place

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with very big stars

laface  lanews

The gig at The Wiltern Theater:

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photo by Lindsey Best

 

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From what I remember, the gig went well but I'm writing this with jetlag back in Bristol BS3 UK and now I hear Farrah Fawcett Jackson has died... mental.

 

 

 
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sfbridge

Motorbike trip to Baker Beach with my lovely host Kate

 sfmannekin  sftram

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 The Honda Hawk

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Sausagelito

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portfriendshio

This is the city where they invented the rose

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They also developed the idea of homeless people

 

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This was John and Polly's favourite gig.  Me? well I managed to remember to do all the songs but wasn't feeling it tonight...

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SEATPOPSTAGE

Best night of tour so far - great audience, felt great playing - only sorry I accidentally did a shortened set - I owe Seattle 15 Gold Spleens and a Bedtime...

seatmoore

Great seafood bytheway

 
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seatspace

Microsoft Hendrix Amazon BOAC Starbucks Nirvana...

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and Mike and Jill's house

seat3men

3 Wise Men

seathendrix

Jimmy's Grave

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zooboar

Never played a zoo before.  This place is outside Minneapolis and contains things like bison, tigers, leopards, giraffes, monkeys and semi-performing grizzly bears - which seemed happy but.. hmm, were they?  And they put gigs on here by a beautiful lake with snapper turtles in.  I'm sure the animals love all noise from the rock bands... Actually there is a moose that really doesn't like it.

The people here were great, the PA was great and they responded great. Great.

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zoopopside
thanks for listening, goodnight mid-west...

plane

let's get on a plane for Seattle...

 

 
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chic1

so good they named it twice... View from Sears Tower - NOT the biggest huge building in the world anymore...

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Riviera Theatre - nightmare sound, a real stuggle to hear what was going on...

 

 
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BR3

actually, it's ok here - real people in the village...

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like these two ice-cream lickin' dudes...

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Ben - Monitor Engineer & Head FOH Engineer

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Vogue Theatre

 

 
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iNDI3  Uh Oh.  I'm thinking Truman Show, Logan's Run...

indi1... have you been to a harvester before sir? 

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The view from my hotel room (inside a mall). Ok so it's comfortable but you feel like you're part of some kind of experiment.  Everyone is happy here and drives their car from the kitchen to the bathroom.  I ran round this lake several times - thought I might get arrested for being outside without the right papers... see our bus 2 thirds down on right

 

 
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Brooklyn:  A day off...

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A trip to Coney Island and Brighton Beach
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Corn Dog - get in
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beacon1

Beacon Theatre - Concert
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Wow, what a beautiful venue.  A great response to my set - probably best yet

 

 
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 Birthplace of Liberty and where my voice faltered slightly on stage due to late eating and drinking before performing. Decided to play a few bum chords as well. Apart from that was a good gig.  Apparently I sound like Paul Simon but with a bigger range... hmm, that's a new one, I'll take it though.

 
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BOSTONREDSOX

Our shiny tour bus.

Not my favourite venue for sound but a good response from the audience more than makes up for it.  Directly across road from venue is the Boston Red Sox stadium - a game was on as we played.

 
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boston city


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