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 I received the top award for LANGUAGE (French), History, & Journalism.

I have a great love for words and languages and communiCation,

pronunciation, listening for understanding

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Bob Dylan

Never Ending Tour

Bob Dylan - Proctors

Schenectady, New York
Proctors Theatre

October 30, 2023

Review by Terry O'Brien

(Courtesy, Bill Pagel, @ boblinks.com)

Tonight's show was a stunner from start to finish. Bob and his band were

all business, playing the tightest set [I've seen yet] at a Dylan show. A

big part of the reason, I believe, is newcomer Jerry Pentecost. The

drummer laid down grooves that refused to let the songs meander or get

side tracked. Kudos to the rest of the band for delivering what is

obviously a well thought-out approach to Bob's music. It was a night of

blues, slow meditations and up-tempo shuffles. The Dead's Truckin'

absolutely blew the roof off the place as did False Prophet earlier in the

set, with the clever use of dynamics keeping the audience seemingly laser

focused and engaged. This band can go from a straight-out roar to pin drop

quiet in one bar. 

Can't say enough about the strength and clarity of Bob's voice. The mix

team deserves the credit for allowing the audience to experience just what

an incredible singer he can be given the right circumstances. At 82, he

defies all expectations. Who else can you say that about? If he's coming

to your town, don't miss this opportunity.

 

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 Each show accumulates points. We have over 200 players at this time.

For the last three tours I have been #1

Uncle John: Details for the 2023 - Rough and Rowdy Ways Tour

2023 Part VI - Fall U.S. Again At Last - October So Far

Team: Shakespeare's Attic

Scores for 

Uncle John

30.10.23 – Schenectady

Concert Total: 68  (#1)

December 4 - Tour Total: 2730  (#1)

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POETRY


 

BLUE ROSE

by Mary Hunt (Dinan) and Edna Marie Remillard (Patenaude)

In the land of legend lived a prince
Who sought a blue rose
But where he looked and he was
Nobody really knew

But I know that there is one who
Within her own control
She did not look far to find
Or research in a foreign country

This is the rarest of all flowers
Because it cannot wither and die over the years
That grow more valuable
Heart with human tears

I think when you have one
Is not it such a desperate thought
For let me tell you my friend
In yourself that is forged

He grew up in a body mass
Where the heart is pure like a dove
The boy and  girl meet
Because the blue rose is simply love

Sequin Heart sewn by my Mêmère Ida Remillard

From The Heart

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SONGPOEMS

by Uncle John

John has created over 100 Websites

& writes under the pen name Uncle John

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BOOKS

Quest for human completion

LAST FLASH OF THE GRATEFUL DEAD

by Uncle John

"What I want to know

 Where does the time go?"

(Robert Hunter/Jerry Garcia)

This work is a contemporary narrative with a musical motif, narrated by the author with personal testimony, and dialogue with  artists, authors, musicians, dancers, singers, poets, songwriters, and stars. This journalistic  odyssey observes the world's most interesting band, whose brilliant creative performances, and individual intellectual insight, provide us with this ostentatious modern day literary account. On the road & at home with the Grateful Dead and their family of bands and musical company, this book records a distinctive recital of spiritual events, revealing a new orchestrated portrait, a sculptured arrangement of golden memories. There is nothing like a Grateful Dead concert! It is a unique and unconventional experience.

This book will be published in 2025

 

TOUCH OF GREY

It took the Grateful Dead 22 years to get a top ten hit, “Touch Of Grey”,  from their album "In The Dark", on the Billboard charts. I share with my cousin,  this story about Bob Weir: "I'm riding with Bob Weir in his car in San Francisco one sunny autumn afternoon. We're talking about songwriting and how do you write a top ten hit. While he’s driving, Bobby is talking about having a hit on the radio and how the Grateful Dead would like to make one of those. Suddenly, he calls my attention to the car in front of us. The license plate reads HIT. Is that God or coincidence? Bob asks me."

One of the weirdest miracles I’ve seen in my life happened the night when I am driving my cousin, David Remillard home from a Jerry Garcia concert in Albany, New York.

David is a local firefighter who lives on the same farm he grew up on in Schaghticoke, N.Y. On the ride home, we talk about the Grateful Dead and God. I share with him that story and how the Grateful Dead are different from any other band because of their spirituality, songs referencing the Bible, their universal reach, and love for all the cultures of mankind.

We ride through Mechanicville, and Stillwater, then get on a long road leading to Schaghticoke. It’s a new moon and cloudy night and there are no lamps or lights out here. I’m talking to David about God because he’s become a disbeliever. I share stories about the Grateful Dead who have helped me understand without question, the existence of God and the Devil. Suddenly, the car stops and we’re out of gas. I’ve never seen it this dark outside and there are no vehicles in sight. We have a flashlight, get out in the darkness, and walk around the car in the middle of nowhere. On the side of the road is a clear plastic bottle with something of amber color in it and my cousin says “Johnny don’t touch that!” It’s somebody’s pee, he`s sure. I uncap the container. “It’s gasoline” I tell him. “No it’s not, it’s somebody’s piss,” he replies. “We’ll see when we put it in the tank.” I respond. He is in shock when the car starts, and I remain amazed as the radio comes on and the Grateful Dead’s top ten hit “Touch Of Grey” is playing, Jerry Garcia singing “We will get by, we will get by, we will survive.” Every cloud has a silver lining and every silver lining a touch of grey.

“Is that God or coincidence?” I ask David.

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