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Then i will go directly to Steve Stump! Will you go with me Berger as an eyewitness?
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Steve Stump? Steve Stump?! THAT guy used to do two bottles at once! Regular AND orange flavored!! That guy Rocked! gk!

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That is before he met Billy G and Jesus at Anaheim Stadium! He is a great pastor!
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All I know is that guy is a wiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigkiiiiiiiiiiildman!!

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That is before he met Billy G and Jesus at Anaheim Stadium! He is a great pastor!

One usually comes to Billy G before they meet Jesus! Wink

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I know I've called on the savior many times because of Bill Gates.

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Thanks for the fine memories EarlyFan.

i think i was at that Knott's show. Did they do the William Blake schtick that night? Was it on the stage with the wagons circled half way around?
Did they do many Wang Chung jokes (we had to ask Ed to explain those to us afterwards).


That sounds right. I don't remember the specifics of the show, but I do remember the wagons.

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The dancing during The Pool was the best i have ever seen.
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Speaking of pools....Tim remember playing in front of a
tepid green wave pool......after Fireworks aka the Smoking
Joes played?

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were you guys AT that one? that was hilarious. we were about 40 feet in the air on this platform and about 50 yards from the nearest person.
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baxter -- what dancing (during the pool)?
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No we've heard about it........was the idea yours?
What emmotional effect were you trying to convey?

Did the pool stink?

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my idea(?) whoever the promoter was thought it would be great to be able to lie on a raft in a pool and listen to DA. all they COULD do was listen because we were so far away. it was really funny. and yeah, the band that openned was called "holy smoke" and terry accidently referred to them as "the smokin' joes."

and yes, the pool did stink.
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Hahahaaa!!!!

Oh I thought maybe having the band play over a
tepid stinky pool was symbolic...

Where is holy joes now?

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I saw DA/Eddies a number of times, but I'm not sure which was my favorite. I started going to C-stone in 1988, and I could have swore DA were there that year, maybe in support of Darn Floor. Anyhow, I have vivid memories of the usual onstage melee, and that they did numerous encores, at one point lining up, walking down the stairs and turning around and coming right back up. It was hilarious. It was at Grayslake for sure, then the aforementioned Eddies in flannel and dresses show. I still have pictures from that show that turned out quite well. One of my favorite concerts EVER. Truly bliss.
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quote:
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Hahahaaa!!!!

Oh I thought maybe having the band play over a
tepid stinky pool was symbolic...

Where is holy joes now?


At least it wasn't a fountain!

Are the holy joes Up In Smoke, or did they ride off into the desert on their Camels?

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I have only seen DA once & The Swirling Eddies played the same day.

They seemed to be having more fun on the Eddies stuff, that was a better much concert.


It's the little things that make it a "Better much concert!" Confused

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quote:
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The one that sticks out to me the most is Cornerstone 90
Daniel Amos, Randy Stonehill and the Swirling Eddies.

Before the show we had a chance to go backstage for a minute
thanks to our trusty guide Podgy Gooliota....
and I remember the guys sitting around on folding chairs and a
punch bowl of M&Ms. And of course a full case of Grape Nehi
Chocolate Action Beverage.

Later we ended up outside the locked door which had a scrawny
preteen guard.... standing in line to get in. This was in the
olden days.. and here comes Rob Watson through the crowd,
and the miniscule guard tried to stop him from entering...
"I'm in the band!!!" or something to that effect was heard.

Incredible show, Daniel Amos set was pretty long and Randy's
set was simliar to the One Night in 20 Years video...same outfit.
The Eddies set was great...the dress Berger had on, I mean
wow, simply ravishing.... can you say Sandi Patti?

The encore of covers was great with Randy joining them on stage
..."We Gotta Get out Of This Place" seemed extremely fitting since
we were in some sort of 110 degree metal bunker for the last
few hours. ...........It was HOT! zibbidy bap boom blah, pow
pow pow....


I wish I would have gone to Cornerstone '90! Crying

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