[tcb] Re: What theme should I do?

  • From: Dennnis Dosdon <dld@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 29 Jun 2004 19:15:09 -0700 (PDT)

You're right. I have made a CD with "Incense", "I had Too Much to Dream", Goin' 
Up the Country", "Crystal Blue Persuation", "White Rabbit", some Moby Grape, 
lots of stuff.
Lonnie Bergman <bergmanfamily@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
My vote is for the Psychedelic Bus. But I think the music selection should
be "Incense and Peppermints" by Strawberry Alarmclock. It doesn't have to be
just one song.


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Sent: Tuesday, June 29, 2004 2:05 PM
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Subject: [tcb] Re: What theme should I do?

Psychedelic always worked fer me!

--- Dennnis Dosdon wrote:
> Katrina asked me what theme I would do at the Eureka
> Springs show. For most of you who probably don't
> know who I am, at the last Eureka and at Paul's
> Bugtoberfest I was "The Ladies' Man" with a red
> satin and velour interior whith a working fireplace
> and Frank Sinatra music.
> I tried to do a "Have you been experienced" bus with
> a tie died and beaded interior including smoking
> hookah and "I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night" by
> the Electric Prunes. That one never got finished
> because Dan kept interrupting my work, so I couldn't
> get anything done.
> I have considered a Hawaiian theme with lots of palm
> fronds and such.
> But I am leaning to do the Ladies' Man again with
> improvements such as a small chandeliere I found.
> Now that the bus has been painted it will work in a
> whole different way. But the Psychedelic bus could
> be pretty damn funny...
> I'll leave it up to a vote, I need opinions, I have
> to get started because I often can't get anything
> done.

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