Regarding "Going Home" - as a camper I got my excellent John Wroble produced videos, and lest anyone forget 15 years ago, I'm pretty handy with ripping and editing videos for publication. Some videos from those discs are already on FaceBook, so I think it'll be OK. John is a top-flight pro, and he did a great job of mixing the board recording, though maybe marginally at the expense of the volume of the overwhelming crowd response since John (and Greg J and Dave) had the mics focused on the folks on stage. Teresa's recording gets more of the audience in.
When I get a chance to try to do that IGH video, I'll post it here - maybe this weekend.
: Wonderful, Jim, and thanks for presenting the
: great job by Teresa (correct spelling) all
: in one place. Those performances by the KT
: are my favorites of the superp
: configuration, ever. I wish she had been
: able to include the Going Home, as they
: pulled out all the stops that last night,
: and Rick hit a harmony note I’d never heard
: on that song. I wanted to hear it again, but
: alas. Chills, anyway. The songs are out of
: order, in that the Bill Yellow Shirt set was
: the first night. I think he was still trying
: to wrap his head around the events that had
: transpired, and the lion sons’ childish and
: destructive behavior. Bill also hadn’t
: shaved that day, but he sure helped put an
: exclamation point on the professional era of
: the various configurations of the Kingston
: I was lucky enough to see the video Bobbie
: shot of GBRs “demo” a day or two after they
: auditioned with Rick in B&Bs living room. It
: was clear this was going to be “right.” And
: boy did that prove to be true. And they grew
: and they grew. There was no stopping them...
: well, almost.
: Luckily, they will continue on as the
: professionals and solid people they are.
: Can’t wait for the next installment of the
: “Camp in Scottsdale.”
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