What's this group's domain?

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Ray Marshall

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Jun 5, 1994, 11:35:14 AM6/5/94
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This group's title suggests a much broader musical domain than I've
noticed so far. Does it ever extend to blues, classical, acoustical or
folk?

Thanks / Ray


Michael Dauterman

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Jun 6, 1994, 12:56:54 AM6/6/94
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In article <2ssrbi$t...@jabba.cybernetics.net>,


I think it extends to the Harry Krishna jam session that appears
on Franklin Street downtown from time to time...

I've never partaken any of the watermelons they've passed out.


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Super Dave

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Jun 6, 1994, 9:50:45 AM6/6/94
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> This group's title suggests a much broader musical domain than I've
> noticed so far. Does it ever extend to blues, classical, acoustical or
> folk?
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> Thanks / Ray

absolutely. the domain of this music is "music in chapel hill". we
can talk about whatever we want to.

me and my faithful indian companions (hey squishy, hey slappy) were in
the cave friday night hoping to see spatula and hms cervix. unfortunately
we got our days shifted because of memorial day. anyways we ended up
seeing the tim stambaugh band. they're a bluegrass band. that's
not really my milieu, seeing as i'm an asian from seattle, and have
never been to kentucky. but anyways, they were pretty good. technically
they were very good. their line up was tim on acoustic guitar and
some times banjo, a bass player (with a very nice rickenbacker), an
electric guitar player (fender stratocaster), a mandolin/banjo player,
and a harmonica/sax player. no drummer. i guess for bluegrass they
don't want the big heavy beat. anyways they were pretty cool.

dave

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