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I can't stand this ****ing team and their fans but just 2 years into the league I do think they have one of the best supporter groups. Great organization for such a huge group.

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But nothing touches the Urawa Reds. They're from the J-League in Japan. Just ****ing cool and something I wish I could be a part of.

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I'll start off with this video from the early 60s.. I think it's very cool. Sonny Boy Williamson on harmonica, Muddy Waters sings, Pinetop Perkins on piano, Willie "Big eyes" Smith, and that is Willie Dixon on bass. (He straight jams on this tune)

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Bang I was lucky enough to see McKinley Morganfield (aka MW) 5 times. In '77 (0n my 17th birthday) at DAR constitution hall with Johnny Winter and James Cotton. Louie's Rock City (same show), The Apple pie (Georgetown) with Bob Margolin, and twice at the Cellar Door with James Cotton, Willie B.E. Smith, and Pinetop Perkins ('81 and '82). The '82 show was the last show he ever played in DC (died in '83). Both of those shows I was fortunate enough to reserve a table front and center and was allowed (By Muddy) to hang out with him in the band room (above the garage on 35th street) drinking and smoking ect... He saw us peeking in the doorway of the band room and called out to us "Gentlemens come in and pull up a bottle" (he had a dozen champagne bottles). Muddy was particularly intrigued that a group of teenaged white boys were such big fans of his.

Something else that's remarkable. I was born in Newport, RI in March of '60 and Muddy played the Newport Jazz festival that summer. Parents took me but Mom can't remember which day or who she saw, so it's possible I may have seen him a sixth time. :pfft:

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Dean,

You're musical experieces are definitely cool. I am envious of many of the acts you've been able to see.

Kind of in that light. I met Chic Silber on Friday. Guy's 70 something and has an incredible history on Broadway. One of his first gigs was as a follow spot operator for the original West Side Story. He worked on the original Man of La Mancha, designed lights and the special effects for Amadeus, Dracula, Wicked etc. invented the fog machine which has been in predominant use on stage since the 70's. He's been a part of so much greatness... and he's just a humble, funny, cool guy.

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I think this is pretty cool. Song I wrote with my buddy messing around starring at his dvd collection then my other buddy shot the video on a separate vacation.

Can anyone name the movie and/or where I "stole" the last verse from as a tribute?

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