Peter, although I've only been to two camps, I have to agree with what you say. I mean, how many times in three or four hours can you sit and listen to the same tunes over and over? I actually got to the point, at a live Trio performance, of thinking to myself, I could live without hearing (God forbid) Tom Dooley, or MTA, or Flowers or many others. GBR brought out some of the oldies that didn't happen when Bob was still playing. I always hoped to hear some more of the other Trio music. Or more of the songs from Born At the Right Time and Bloodliners. But I was realistic enough to know that 99.9% of the audience wanted to hear the music they remembered. So I dealt with it. And I still went to the shows. Up until my last one last July. And now sadly, it's all history.
: for me, after all those years of Camp, i'm so
: tired of kt songs that (Bob is too, he told
: some of us three years ago), unless GBR were
: doing it (with their always fresh takes),
: i'd rather stare at a blank wall for two