Tags: 1988, Bob Dylan, George
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Who is the guy next to George with the long hair and sun glasses? He reminds me of Ted Neely who starred in “Jesus Christ Superstar”.
jesse ed davis on the far right; john fogarty next to his bobness in the back (partially obscured)…
Rear left to right: George Harrison, John Trudell, Bobby Tsukamoto, Bob Dylan, John Fogerty, Gary Day, Jesse Ed Davis. Front left to right: Mark Shark, Jim Ehinger.
Taken in 1968 at the Palomino Club in L.A.
Great picture, Tammy. Btw..I am really enjoying Dhani Harrison’s band “Fistful of Mercy”. Not sure if others are listening to this band..but they are pretty cool!
Thanks for the info, everyone
CORRECTION: Pete F. (17 November 2010) seems to have all the names right, but the photo was taken at The Palomino Club in North Hollywood in 1986, not 1968. I know, because I was there.
I had gone to see Taj Mahal, plus his old side-man, Jesse Ed Davis, who was playing with John Trudell and The Graffitti Man Band. After the latter group played their opening set, Taj Mahal played an unaccompanied solo set, but then there was an impromptu encore that caused jaws to drop: First, Taj sang some blues backed by Jesse Ed and the Graffitti Man Band, and then they were joined on-stage by Bob Dylan, George Harrison, and John Fogerty. This “superstar jam session” was exciting, but ragged, because they could only play cover versions of songs they all knew. Even though it was sloppy and there were sound problems, it was an amazing concert.
Oops, one error: I meant to type 1987, not 1986. (That will teach me to correct other people’s mistakes!)
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