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Labor Day Weekend 2008
Here are Neil's mini-disc recordings of the big Labor Day
weekend bar-b-q at Kenny's Surf Paradise in Mendocino 9.08
We opened the set with
She Could a song I wrote back in '92 when I returned
from New Zealand and found that my old patron Mary Payne had
died of AIDS. What irony that she would be the first to go
among my vast array of vulnerable friends and associates.
She apparently contacted the disease while setting up a
healh care clinic for the people of Haiti. She was
forty-three. She sure loved to dance!
Being a Labor Day Celebration we followed with this
sobering stomp up of the Merle Travis classic
Dark As A
Dungeon and was "dedicated to all those that risk their
lives to do their jobs."
got writ just a couple years ago but originates from little
riffs I used to croon to myself crossing over the Charles
River to visit my girlfriend in art sschool back in Boston
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