[internetworkers] Hot Tuna

Jim Ray jim at neuse.net
Sat Jul 28 11:31:55 EDT 2007


Supposedly, he has a mean guitar boot camp.  I'm a confessed flatpicker
and can't hang with that multi-finger rolling picker style. It is nice
to hear, though.

Regards,

Jim

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Jim Ray, President
Neuse River Networks
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year, the company began with deploying video, voice and data
communications systems in the Triangle region, which we continue to do
today.

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From: Thomas Beckett <thomas at tbeckett.com>
To: jim at neuse.net <jim at neuse.net>; Internetworkers:
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Subject: Re: [internetworkers] Hot Tuna

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Jorma lives in (Appalachian) Ohio now.  Practically a neighbor!

http://www.furpeaceranch.com/

TaB

Jim Ray wrote:
> When I arrived at the Cat’s Cradle last night, a person next to me
said
> I did not look old enough to know about Hot Tuna.  I confessed that I
> had only been listening to them for 3 decades and was a newcomer. 
> Another person with long grey hair and a head band walked up and told
me
> about seeing Jefferson Airplane two nights in a row near New Orleans
and
> about the magic on stage at those gigs.  I missed the seats present at
> the last acoustic Hot Tuna gig I saw at the Cradle some years ago. 
> Nonetheless, it was a nice night out.
> 
>  
> 
> The opening band from Birmingham, AL called Peacemakers was
exceptional
> and played a flavor of music that sounded like a fusion of Jefferson
> Airplane and funk.  Very dynamic and original. 
> 
>  
> 
> Jorma and Jack have still got it after all these years.
> 
>  
> 
> Regards,
> 
>  
> 
> Jim
> 
>  
> 
> Jim Ray, President
> 
> Neuse River Networks
> 
> tel: 919-838-1672 cell: 919-606-1772
> 
> http://www.Neuse.Net
> 
>  
> 
> Connecting You to the World since 1997
> 
> <http://www.neuse.net/> 
> 
> Specializing in the design, sales, installation, and support of
today's
> technology for small to mid-sized markets, we also focus on both
> commercial and industrial networks for PCs and phones. Now in our
tenth
> year, the company began with deploying video, voice and data
> communications systems in the Triangle region, which we continue to do
> today.
> 
>  
> 
> 
>
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