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PJ Show and tell PART 3 Aka Old stuff

densandensan Posts: 490
edited October 17 in The Porch
I found this last night when I was cleaning a shelf in a closet. I am looking for a patch from 93 or 94 for a board member.
I completely forgot I had this. I saw it, and I am so pissed at myself for not taking care of it.
Make sure you call after reading, so you can let them know what show your going to. Totally kidding.
I hope you are all well. Hope to see you on the road one day. Be safe.

Before I had a poster problem I had a bit of a VHS (must see every show) problem. Below are a few I unearthed from my vault (it is a closet, and needs to be cleaned), and I think all of this is readily available, but at the time is was not. Easy St in Kirkland Wa, and the Seattle Record shows at the Space Center and in Bothell. Good times. 

The road to Hell is paved with good intentions. 
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  • cp3iversoncp3iverson Posts: 6,993
  • LoujoeLoujoe Posts: 1,777
    Nice historic doc there. I think this adds a tiny piece to the puzzle about that slc gem...amirightamirightamiright
  • ConorKavanaghConorKavanagh The CottagePosts: 924
    That is amazing. Anything else cool from that era?
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  • densandensan Posts: 490
    Yes there should be more. I should have been on the tv show PJ hoarders from hell. Jesus! I just wish I had taken care of it. Ugh!
    The road to Hell is paved with good intentions. 
  • densandensan Posts: 490
    Found some stuff bump. 
    The road to Hell is paved with good intentions. 
  • LoujoeLoujoe Posts: 1,777
    Nice. Keep posting your stuff.

    I have a vhs boot from 9/11/98 I think. I snagged from a record store back then. A show I was at. Funny how the availability of shows changed so much since then.  Great that you took good care of your stuff. 
  • densandensan Posts: 490
    edited October 17
    So I found some more stuff that I hope is interesting for some of the younger fans.
    I do not know if people realize who is on this board. I do not think most folks know. Put it this way. I consider myself a stamp collector compared to some people on the board. There are people on here that own the Post office.  I made that up today. 
    These are nothing fancy. These are some mixed tapes from 92. This is what we sent each other via mail all over the US. We would trade tapes, or if you did not have a show you would send the person a blank tape. It was organic and very cool. People on the board called it or referred to it as "Spreading the Jam" 
    I have seen the inside of Ed's suitcase, and it was full of tapes just like these. The same TDK tapes and tape players we all used. Hell he is just like us. 
    The red flyer is what we would hand out in the clubs to people or lay them on tables etc. You have to realize it was something we all had this enormous passion for that is hard to explain. Andy had died, and Jeff and Stone were known and important to the community. We (seattle) were pulling for them after Andy died, and this guy from California showed up. We were all telling each other and saying that is never going to work out. Funny. 
    Take care of yourself, and each other. Please help where you can, and I wish you all the best.
    Be safe,

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    The road to Hell is paved with good intentions. 
  • LoujoeLoujoe Posts: 1,777
    Historic. Thanks for the lesson. Dig it all.
  • densandensan Posts: 490
    I will share one last comment. But I still to this day do not want to discuss it. Sorry. To know Andy was to Love Andy. Beautiful Human being that inspired me. GB always & miss you more than air!
    The road to Hell is paved with good intentions. 
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