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Lazy River band
Great Midwestern Music Hall
Louisville, Kentucky
October 1, 1976

SBD mixed and taped by Monte Barry

Set 1:
d1t01 - Bluegrass instrumental
d1t02 - I Know What it Means to be Lonesome
d1t03 - Satin Doll
d1t04 - Steam Powered Aereoplane
d1t05 - Sunny Side of the Mountain
d1t06 - Midnight Moonlight
d1t07 - Undecided
d1t08 - Sweet Georgia Brown
d1t09 - Sittin' on Top of the World
d1t10 - Sweetheart of Mine
d1t11 - Take the A Train
d1t12 - Dixie Blues
d1t13 - Hey Good Lookin'
d1t14 - Salty Dog
d2t01 - Sally Goodin'
d2t02 - Las Vegas

Set 2:
d2t03 - Cotton Patch Rag and Beaumont Rag
d2t04 - Ain't Misbehaving
d2t05 - Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain
d2t06 - Take Me Back to Tulsa
d2t07 - After You've Gone
d2t08 - Friend of the Devil -> Blackberry Blossom
d2t09 - Beaumont Rag
d2t10 - Big River
d2t11 - Milk Cow Blues
d3t01 - Summertime
d3t02 - Time Changes Everything
d3t03 - Tiger Rag

SBD > Nakamichi 550 cassette deck, dolby on, chromium dioxide tape

Remastered and transferred by Monte
MR cassette > Nakamichi 550 > Gateway GT5238E pc > Samplitude > CD-Tag > Flac-16
*** I plan to re-remaster this fileset - MR > Nak > Lexicon Alpha > USB 2 > Samplitude ***

Mark O'Connor plays violin, and is also featured here on guitar
Bill Millet, lead vocals, banjo, and rhythm guitar behind Mark O'Connor's guitar
Bob Briedenbach, lead vocals, dobro, lap steel and pedal steel guitars
Eric Weber, lead vocals, mandolin
Johnny Beaser on electric bass
Frank ? on electric guitar (from St Louis)
Bruce ? (local Louisville dude) sitting in on clarinet
drummer's name I forgot

banjo is mic'd inside / under the resonator
I'm totally guessing on the exact date

Mark O'Connor was 15 years old this night. I remember him being there, travelling from Seattle with his mom. He spoke often about his skateboard setup in his back yard. He was a skateboard master too. No kidding. Mark had won the Winfield Kansas Nat'l guitar and violin championships the past two years, when he was 13 and 14. If I remember correctly, the reknowned Winfield Nat'l Championships rules didn't allow you to win with the same instrument, 2 years in a row. So Mark O'Connor won the violin championship in 1974. and he won the guitar flat-pick championship in 1975. In 1977, Mr. Mark O'Connor won both violin and guitar flat-pick championships at Winfield Kansas Championships.

On this 1976 night Mark plays several personal firsts on stage with his violin:
a) Swing music. He had recently been listening to Stephane Grappelli and Joe Venuti.
b) electronic sound effects
c) other non-Bluegrass tunes

Be sure to hear Mark play guitar here on the 2 Rags -- slam-Cotton Patch and dunk-Beaumont! Super clean sound. Remarkable guitar playing. Mark O'Connor is an American Master and a national treasure. The fumble by Bill Millet at the top of the guitar track gives us a timeless belly laugh. We were having some 420 issues outside, during the break, just preceeding.