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In episode 25 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson talks with Gary Backstrom. Gary first made a name for himself in the jam band scene as the guitarist and vocalist in the band Jiggle the Handle that played together from 1989 through 2001. But in addition to Jiggle the Handle, Gary's musical career has included a number of different projects and bands, including the Gary Backstrom Band. And over the years, Gary has been part of a variety of musical collaborations with current and former members of Max Creek.  In this episode, Gary talks about his musical career and his love of Max Creek.Connect with Gary Backstrom:Website: http://garybackstrom.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/garybackstrombandInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/garybackstrombandLive music recordings: https://archive.org/details/GaryBackstromBand?sort=-dateIf you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.comRead a transcript of episode 25 on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.com/2020/11/episode-25-gary-backstrom-discusses-max-creek-jiggle-the-handle-and-gary-backstrom-band
In episode 24 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson plays a collection of Max Creek songs that include stories from the band about the meanings and origins of the songs. These stories add another dimension to the music and help bring the songs to life in new ways. This episode features the songs Crystal Clear, Double Dare, The Field, Mama Are You Ready and Emerald Eyes.Links to stream or download the songs:Crystal Clear performed live on January 8, 1983:https://archive.org/details/MC1983-01-08.MC1983-01-08JohnLombardi/05CrystalClearBanter.flacDouble Dare performed live on May 3, 2002:https://archive.org/details/mc2002-05-03.flac16/mc2002-05-03d2t03.flacThe Field performed live on March 5, 1997:https://archive.org/details/mc1997-03-05.scottness.flac.16Mama Are You Ready performed live on August 22, 2003:https://archive.org/details/mc2003-08-22.DAT.Dave.44.1KHz.flac16/mc2003-08-22set2t03.flacEmerald Eyes performed live on August 21, 1999:https://archive.org/details/mc1999-08-21.flac16/mc1999-08-21d2t03.flacEmerald Eyes live on performed live February 23, 2002:https://archive.org/details/mc2002-02-23.flac16/mc2002-02-23d1t04.flacEmerald Eyes performed live on May 10, 2019:https://archive.org/details/mc2019-05-10.\_KM140-MTX/MC\_20190510\_KM140-SBD-S02-06.flacGreatest Story Ever Told performed live on October 9, 1989:https://archive.org/details/mc1988-10-09.flac16/mc1988-10-09d2t08.flacIf you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.comRead a transcript of episode 24 on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.com/2020/10/episode-24-storytime-with-max-creek/
In episode 23 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson talks with musician Scott Hall about his deep appreciation for Mark Mercier. In additional to being a huge fan of Max Creek, Scott is an accomplished songwriter, performer and recording artist who played keyboards in the Drunk Stuntmen for 20 years. In this episode, Scott talks about Mark's incredible piano playing, his unique approach to performing in Max Creek and his ability to reinterpret songs and make them his own. Scott also talks about Mark’s influence on his musical career and the opportunity Scott got to sit in and perform with Max Creek.Connect with Scott Hall:Website: https://scotthallmusic.netBandcamp: https://scotthall1.bandcamp.comThis episode also features the following songs:Band from Chicago performed live by Max Creek at the West Hartford Ballroom in West Hartford, Connecticut, on February 13, 1987:https://archive.org/details/mc1987-02-13.shn/mc1987-02-13d2t01.shnBig Boat performed live by Max Creek at The Roxy in Boston, Massachusetts, on March 20, 2001:https://archive.org/details/mc2001-03-20.sbd/mc2001-03-20d1t02.flacCruel World performed live by Max Creek with special guest Scott Hall at Pearl Street Nightclub in Northampton, Massachusetts, on March 13, 2009:https://archive.org/details/mc2009-03-13.sbd.flac16/mc2009-03-13d2t06.flacWooden Wheel recorded on Scott Hall’s 2019 album Scott Hall Tries Technology:https://scotthall1.bandcamp.com/album/scott-hall-tries-technologyIf you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.comRead a transcript of episode 23 on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.com/2020/09/episode-23-scott-hall-talks-about-mark-mercier-and-max-creek
In episode 22 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson interviews Bob Gosselin. Bob played drums in Max Creek from 1971 to 1985 and is one of the founding members of the band. Bob talks about the formation of Max Creek, his background as a classically trained concert snare drummer and his memories playing and touring with the band.This episode also features the songs Going Down the Road Feeling Bad, The Field and Rainbow performed live by Max Creek. Stream or download the songs here:Going Down the Road Feeling Bad live on Feb. 18, 1984:https://archive.org/details/MC1984-02-18.MC1984-02-18JohnLombardiSbdMaster/The Field and Rainbow live on Dec. 27, 1983:https://archive.org/details/mc1983-12-27.flac16f/If you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.comRead a transcript of episode 22 on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.com/2020/08/episode-22-bob-gosselin-talks-about-playing-drums-in-max-creek/
In episode 21 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson reviews Max Creek's performance on March 12, 1988, at the West Hartford Music Hall in West Hartford, Connecticut.This Max Creek show is available to download or stream here:https://archive.org/details/mc1988-03-12.audIf you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.comSetlist from March 12, 1988Set one1: Gypsy Blue2: It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry3: Orange Sunshine4: Stand By Me5: You Can't Always Get What You Want6: WindowsSet two7: Willie And The Hand Jive8: Ready To Burn9: Dark Water10: The Harder They Come11: Just A Rose12: Drums13: Thought I Heard My Baby Calling14: Not Fade AwayEncore15: Trippin'A full transcription of this episode is available here:https://hookedoncreek.com/2020/08/episode-21-reviewing-max-creek-performance-on-march-12-1988/
Episode 20 of Hooked on Creek features a review and discussion of fans' favorite Max Creek songs. Over the past few weeks, I asked fans of Max Creek to record audio clips of themselves declaring their favorite Max Creek songs. I collected those audio clips and compiled them in this episode. If you're curious to know what they said, listen to this episode.But since this is such a big topic to cover, I asked Dave Burland to come back on the podcast to help me out. Together, we reviewed all the audio clips submitted by fans and discussed all their favorite Max Creek songs. If you are a long-time listener to Hooked on Creek, you know Dave Burland from episode 5 and episode 13 of this podcast.We had a lot fun putting this episode together and I think you are really going to enjoy listening to what fans picked as their favorite Max Creek songs. Big thanks to Max Creek fans Ryan, Matt, Stacey, Tim, John and Josh for sending in audio clips.This episode also features full performances of the following two songs performed live by Max Creek:The Jones performed at Lincoln Hill Farms in Canandaigua, New York, on June 15, 2019:https://archive.org/details/mc2019-06-15.valchy.mp3.flac16/mc2019-06-15set2t02.flacThe Seven performed at the Globe Theater in Norwalk, Conn., on Dec. 6, 1997:https://archive.org/details/mc1997-12-06.flac16/mc1997-12-06d3t03.flacAnd, this episode features a partial performance of If You Ask Me performed live by Max Creek at The Mount Snow Brewers Festival in West Dover, Vermont, back on August 31, 2002:https://archive.org/details/mc2002-08-31.shnf/mc2002-08-31d2t05.shnIf you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.com
In episode 19 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson talks with Dave Bonan about his appreciation for Max Creek. Dave has been part of the Max Creek scene since the early 1990s. Over the years, Dave has formed a number of different connections to the band and has developed a valuable historical perspective on their music, including Creek setlists.This episode also includes Max Creek's full performance of Scarlet Begonias recorded live at the Living Room in Providence, Rhode Island, on August 20, 1999:https://archive.org/details/mc1999-08-20.flac16/mc1999-08-20d3t07.flacAnd, this episode features a portion of Emerald Eyes performed live by Max Creek back on March 16, 2001, at Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel in Providence, Rhode Island:https://archive.org/details/mc2001-03-16.dat.flac16/mc2001-03-16d2t01.flacIf you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.com
In episode 18 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson reviews Max Creek's performance on November 24, 2018, at The Met in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.This Max Creek show is available to download or stream here:https://archive.org/details/MC2018-11-24.TheMetCreekendNIght2TelefunkenMatrixIf you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.comThis episode also features full performances of the songs Estimated Prophet, Blood Red Roses and Katie Mae from Max Creek’s performance on November 24, 2018.Setlist from November 24, 2018Set one1: Cocaine Lady2: Devil’s Heart3: Sitting in Limbo4: Yellow Moon5: I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight6: Slow DownSet two7: The Bees8: Estimated Prophet9: Blood Red Roses10: Katie Mae11: You’re The Only One12: Helter SkelterEncore13: Shakey Ground14: Mercury BluesRead a transcript of episode 18 of Hooked on Creek:https://hookedoncreek.com/2020/04/episode-18-reviewing-max-creek-performance-on-nov-24-2018/
In episode 17 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson interviews Scott Allshouse. Scott played drums in Max Creek from 1996 to 2012. Scott talks about how he joined Max Creek, his memories playing and touring with the band, his role co-producing the album Spring Water and his experience working with Scott Murawski on the Scottness album Stormfield.This episode features the songs The Bug, Summer Sun and Can’t Let Go performed live by Max Creek at the Karma Club in Boston, Massachusetts, back on May 10, 2000. Stream or download the songs here:https://archive.org/details/mc2000-05-10.sbd.fryinbri.flac16/Listen to Mark Mercier talk about Scott Allshouse during Scott’s final performance with the band on May 19, 2012:https://archive.org/details/mc2012-05-19.flac16/mc2012-05-19s2t07.flacIf you have feedback or suggestions for he podcast, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.comRead a transcript of episode 17 on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.com/2020/03/episode-17-scott-allshouse-talks-about-playing-drums-in-max-creek
In episode 16 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson interviews Toni Fishman from TELEFUNKEN Elektroakustik. Toni talks about the production of Max Creek’s new album Acoustic Live at The Stafford Palace Theater and his deep appreciation for Max Creek.Acoustic Live at The Stafford Palace Theater will be available Feb. 22, 2020. The following website provides information on how you can get a copy of the album:https://livemusicnewsandreview.com/2020/01/max-creek-live-acoustic-album/If you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.comRead a transcript of episode 16 on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.com/2020/02/episode-16-toni-fishman-talks-about-producing-max-creek-new-acoustic-live-album
In episode 15 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson reviews Max Creek's performance on March 22, 2008, at The Stone Church in Newmarket, New Hampshire.This Max Creek show is available to download or stream here:https://archive.org/details/mc2008-03-22.flac16fIf you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.comThis episode also features full performances of the songs Old Stones, Broken Bones, John Henry and You Let Me Down Again from Max Creek’s performance on March 22, 2008.Setlist from March 22, 2008Set one1: You Write The Book2: Speed Of The Sound Of Loneliness3: Dark Water4: Willow Tree5: White Freightliner Blues6: Gypsy Blue7: Something Is FormingSet two8: Old Stones,Broken Bones9: Chains Of Life10: John Henry11: String Change Dub12: I Know You RiderEncore13: Hard Love14: You Let Me Down AgainRead a transcript of episode 15 of Hooked on Creek:https://hookedoncreek.com/2020/01/episode-15-reviewing-max-creek-performance-on-march-22-2008/
In episode 14 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson interviews Greg DeGuglielmo. Greg played drums in Max Creek from 1985 to 1991. In this interview, Greg talks about:His introduction to Max Creek and how he became a member of the bandHis musical background, including studying with Alan DawsonHow Phish influenced his perspective of Max CreekDeveloping a friendship and jamming with Mike GordonPerforming and improvising with Max Creek, including his memories of playing with Rob FriedRecording studio albums Windows and MCMXC with Max CreekHis love and appreciation for the fans of Max CreekIf you are interested in private drum lessons or connecting with Greg, visit his website:http://www.gregdegug.comOr connect with Greg on Twitter:https://twitter.com/GregDeGugThis episode features the song Stormy Monday, performed live by Max Creek at the West Hartford Music Hall in West Hartford, Connecticut, on October 10, 1988. Stream or download here:https://archive.org/details/mc1988-10-08.flac16/mc1988-10-08d1t04.flacIf you have feedback or suggestions for he podcast, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.comRead a transcript of episode 14 of Hooked on Creek:https://hookedoncreek.com/2019/12/episode-14-greg-deguglielmo-talks-about-playing-drums-in-max-creek
In episode 13 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson and Dave Burland discuss their recent experiences seeing acoustic Trey Anastasio shows and they review Max Creek's performance on October 25, 2019, at Garcia’s at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York.This episode also features full performances of the songs I Will Always See Your Face and Cruel World from Max Creek’s performance on October 25, 2019. This Max Creek show is available to download or stream here:https://archive.org/details/mc2019-10-25.garciasatcapital/Setlist from October 25, 2019Set one1: Jones2: Feeling Alright3: I Want You To Know4: Thoughts5: Calling Elvis6: I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight7: I Will Always See Your Face8: Something Is FormingSet two9: Emerald Eyes10: Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)11: Six Days On The Road12: Into the Ocean13: Cruel World14: Turn On Your Love Light15: Let Me Down AgainEncore16: Henry17: Back Porch Boogie BluesJamemurrell Stanley's album My little Music Box:https://jamemurrellstanley.bandcamp.com/album/my-little-music-boxIf you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.comRead a transcript of episode 13 of Hooked on Creek:https://hookedoncreek.com/2019/11/episode-13-reviewing-acoustic-trey-anastasio-max-creek-on-oct-25-2019
In episode 12 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson interviews musicians Kate Whelan and Moriah Ramos from In Harmony, a piano and flute duo covering Max Creek, Phish and more. During this episode, Korre explores Kate and Moriah's deep interest in Max Creek, their approach for choosing and arranging Max Creek songs and what inspired them to pursue the formation of In Harmony. Moriah also talks about her personal memories of Rob Fried, the late percussionist who performed in Max Creek from 1979 to 2004. All of this, and a lot of great music from In Harmony, is packed into this episode.Connect with In Harmony:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2nnexaIef9AI8rFdqLpv6gFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/inharmonyduo/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/in\_harmony\_music/If you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website: https://hookedoncreek.comRead a transcript of episode 12 of Hooked on Creek:https://hookedoncreek.com/2019/11/episode-12-discussing-max-creek-with-in-harmony
In episode 11 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson gets in the Halloween spirit. Listen to some terrifying tales and a selection of spooky songs performed live by Max Creek over the years.If you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.comSongs featured in this episode, including links to download or stream:Ghostbusters (Oct. 27, 2012)https://archive.org/details/MC2012-10-27.MaxCreekLakeGeorgeHalloweenBashAndyBurwoodRecordingNight2/12Ghostbusters.flacSeason of the Witch (Oct. 31, 1997)https://archive.org/details/mc1997-10-31.flac16/mc1997-10-31t05.flacWerewolves of London (Oct. 28, 1988)https://archive.org/details/mc1988-10-28.flac16f/mc1988-10-28d1t06.flacSympathy for the Devil (Oct. 30, 1992)https://archive.org/details/MC1992-10-30.ccsuhalloweenpartysbdjlrec/19SympathyForTheDevil.wavHard Brimstone (Oct. 28, 2016)https://archive.org/details/MC2016-10-29.MaxCreekAndTheSearchForTheHolyGrailStaffordPalaceTheater/06HardBrimstone.flacRead a transcript of episode 11 of Hooked on Creek:https://hookedoncreek.com/2019/10/episode-11-trick-or-treat-with-max-creek
In episode 10 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson reviews Max Creek's performance on September 12, 1982, at Sunny Meadow Farm, in Riverton, Connecticut.This Max Creek show is available to download or stream here:https://archive.org/details/mc1982-09-12.afternoon.flac16If you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.comThis episode also features full performances of the songs Gypsy Blue, Promised Land and Ramblin' Gamblin’ Man from Max Creek’s performance on September 12, 1982.Setlist1: Gypsy Blue2: Promised Land3: Ramblin' Gamblin’ Man4: July, You're a Woman5: Loose Lucy6: Estimated Prophet7: Greatest Story Ever ToldEncore8: I Saw Her Standing ThereRead a transcript of episode 10 of Hooked on Creek:https://hookedoncreek.com/2019/09/episode-10-reviewing-max-creek-performance-on-sept-12-1982
In episode 9 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson interviews John Spignesi to learn about his appreciation for Max Creek, his interactions with the band and the music he creates through the John Spignesi Band. John also tells the story behind his opportunity to play on stage with Max Creek during this year’s Camp Creek. The following songs are featured in this episode: Max Creek with John Spignesi performing Love Makes You Lose Your Mind at Camp Creek on August 4, 2019: https://archive.org/details/mc2019-08-04/mc2019-08-04s1t11.flac Max Creek with John Spignesi performing Just a Rose at Camp Creek on August 4, 2019: https://archive.org/details/mc2019-08-04/mc2019-08-04s1t07.flac John Spignesi Band performing It Could Be True on their album Beautiful Dream: https://johnspignesiband.bandcamp.com/album/beautiful-dream John Spignesi Band performing Mystery Man live at the Love is Louder Music Festival on August 31, 2019, in Branford, Connecticut: https://archive.org/details/JSB2019-08-31.JohnSpignesiBandLoveisLouderMusicFestival2019/06+Mystery+Man+%3E.flac If you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website: https://hookedoncreek.com A full transcript of episode 9 is available here: https://hookedoncreek.com/2019/09/episode-9-john-spignesi-discusses-max-creek-performing-music-and-recording-his-second-album
In episode 8 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson reviews Max Creek's performance on April 4, 1999, at Higher Ground in Winooski, Vermont. This Max Creek show is available to download or stream here: https://archive.org/details/mc1999-04-10.flac16 If you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website: https://hookedoncreek.com This episode also features full performances of the songs Said and Done and Tangled up in Blue from Max Creek’s performance on April 4, 1999. Setlist from from April 4, 1999 1: Cruel World 2: See It My Way 3: Wild Side 4: Solitaire Love 5: Said and Done 6: Blood Red Roses 7: Something Is Forming 8: Who Do You Love 9: You're the Only One 10: The Same Things 11: Sailin’ Shoes 12: Devil's Heart 13: Life During Wartime Encores: 14: Tangled up in Blue 15: Back Porch Boogie Blues Read a transcript of episode 8 of Hooked on Creek: https://hookedoncreek.com/2019/08/episode-8-reviewing-max-creek-performance-on-april-4-1999 Max Creek’s performance on June 15, 2019, at Lincoln Hill Farms in Canandaigua, New York, discussed in episode 5 is available to stream or download here: https://archive.org/details/mc2019-06-15.valchy.mp3.flac16
In episode 7 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson reviews Max Creek's performance on September 5, 2015, at Hygienic Art Park in New London, Connecticut. This Max Creek show is available to download or stream here: https://archive.org/details/MC2015-08-05.MaxCreekHygienicParkNewLondonCTMatrix If you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website: https://hookedoncreek.com This episode also features full performances of the songs Louisiana Sun and Into the Ocean from Max Creek’s performance on September 5, 2015. Setlist from from September 5, 2015 Set 1 1: Louisiana Sun 2: Ophelia 3: I Want You To Know 4: Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You 5: Pollyanna 6: Peace Train 7: July, Your a Woman 8: You Let Me Down Set 2 9: Fire & Brimstone 10: Gypsy Blue 11: Sgt. Pepper Lonely Hearts Club Band 12: Turn on Your Love Light 13: Into the Ocean 14: Heartbeat 15: Sugar Magnolias Encore 16: Rag Mama Rag Read a transcript of episode 7 of Hooked on Creek: https://hookedoncreek.com/2019/08/episode-7-reviewing-max-creek-performance-on-sept-5-2015/
In episode 6 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson discusses the Grateful Dead's influence on Max Creek and plays a selection of incredible Grateful Dead songs performed by Max Creek over the years. Below are links to interviews featured in this episode: WRTC-FM Greasy Tracks (2017) http://www.wrtcfm.com/?p=5103 Jammed Online (2006) http://www.taperjones.com/scott_interview.html Hartford Courant (April 25, 1996) https://www.courant.com/news/connecticut/hc-xpm-1996-04-25-9604250050-story.html Below are links to stream or download songs featured in this episode: Fire on the Mountain (performed live on Dec. 5, 1986) https://archive.org/details/mc1986-12-05.at8505.flac16/mc1986-12-05-at8505d1t01.flac Estimated Prophet (performed live on Nov. 24, 2018) https://archive.org/details/MC2018-11-24.TheMetCreekendNIght2TelefunkenMatrix/10EstimatedProphet.flac He's Gone (performed live on Feb. 19, 1978) https://archive.org/details/MC1978-02-19.FMbroadcastUniversityOfHartfordTaperJonesMuzikWizeLiveRecordings/02HesGone.flac Bird Song (performed live on Nov. 20, 2002) https://archive.org/details/mc2002-11-20.flac16/mc2002-11-20d1t07.flac Mexicali Blues (performed live on May 21, 1987) https://archive.org/details/mc1987-05-21.sennme80.flac16/mc1987-05-21-sennme80d2t05.flac Scarlet Begonias (performed live on Jan. 22, 1994) https://archive.org/details/mc1994-01-22.flac16/mc1994-01-22d2t03.flac Franklin's Tower (performed live on May 17, 2008) https://archive.org/details/mc2008-05-17.flac16f/mc2008-05-17d2t02.flac Sugar Magnolia (performed live on March 12, 1983) https://archive.org/details/MC1983-03-12.MaxCreekKayosPortlandTaperJonesCollection/16SugarMagnolia.flac Read a transcript of episode 6 of Hooked on Creek: https://hookedoncreek.com/2019/07/episode-6-grateful-dead-influence-on-max-creek/ If you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website: https://hookedoncreek.com
In episode 5 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson interviews Dave Burland and discusses Max Creek's performance on June 15, 2019, at Lincoln Hill Farms in Canandaigua, New York. Dave is a huge fan of Max Creek and a talented singer/songwriter, publishing music under the name Cactus Area.Korre's interview with Dave includes conversations about David's love of music, including Max Creek, Phish, Mike Gordon and Trey Anastasio.Dave talks about how he was first exposed to Max Creek through seeing Scott Murawski play with Mike Gordon.Dave shares memories and highlights from his recent experience seeing Max Creek perform at Lincoln Hill Farms in Canandaigua, New York, on June 15, 2019.And, Korre digs deep into Dave’s passion for playing guitar, singing and writing music as Cactus Area.Included in this episode are two Cactus Area songs:After EverythingThis Is Where the Suffering Ends.Dave Burland on Twitter:https://twitter.com/cactusareaCactus Area on Bandcamp:https://cactusarea.bandcamp.com/The Max Creek song She’s Here that was featured in the introduction of this episode was recorded at Max Creek’s performance at the Big Apple BBQ in Madison Square Park in New York, New York, back on June 10, 2018. You can download or stream it here: https://archive.org/details/MC2018-06-10.MadisonSquareParkBBQStephenDesJardinsMasterDSBD/Setlist from Max Creek’s performance on June 15, 2019Set one:1: She's Here2: Up on Cripple Creek3: I Want You to Know4: Sweet Wanomi5: The Field6: See It My Way7: Slow DownSet 28: Jones9: I Can't Stand the Rain10: Blood Red Roses11: Television12: The Bees13: Emerald Eyes14: You're the Only OneEncore15: Shakey Ground16: Back Porch Boogie BluesRead a transcript of episode 5 of Hooked on Creek: https://hookedoncreek.com/2019/07/episode-5-david-burland-discusses-max-creek-phish-cactus-area/
In episode 4 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson reviews Max Creek's performance on November 8, 1985, at Johnson State College in Johnson, Vermont. This Max Creek show is available to download or stream here: https://archive.org/details/mc1985-11-08.MaxCreekJohnsonStateCollegeKirkLuthgrenCollection/ If you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.com This episode also features full performances of the songs Cocaine Lady and Double Dare from Max Creek’s performance on November 8, 1985. Setlist from November 8, 1985 Set one: 1: Scarlet Begonias 2: You Don’t Know 3: It Takes A lot To Laugh, It Takes a Train To Cry 4: Cities (labeled at life during wartime on archive.org) 5: LFS 6: Me & My Uncle 7: Cocaine Lady 8: Bertha Set two 9: Heard It Through the Grapevine 10: I Know You Rider 11: Willow Tree 12: Stagger Lee 13: Double Dare 14: St. Stephen 15: Slow Down Encore: 16: Not Fade Away Read a transcript of episode 4 of Hooked on Creek: https://hookedoncreek.com/2019/06/episode-4-reviewing-max-creek-performance-on-nov-8-1985/
In episode 3 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson reviews Max Creek's performance on May 31, 1996, at The Living Room in Providence, Rhode Island. This Max Creek show is available to download or stream here:https://archive.org/details/MC1996-05-31.MaxCreekTheLivingRoomMatrixVassoLastShowJimBirkheadRecording/ If you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.com This episode also features full performances of the songs The Field and Fire & Brimstone from Max Creek’s performance on May 31, 1996. Setlist from May 31, 1996 1: If You Ask Me 2: The Field 3: Fire & Brimstone 4: Silver Jack 5: Louisiana Sun 6: Mama Are You Ready 7: I Will Always See Your Face 8: Howard Johnson’s 9: Blood Red Roses 10: Drums 11: Outside of Home 12: Cruel World 13: Band from Chicago 14: Devil's Heart 15: Leaves 16: Louisiana Sun 17: See It My Way 18: Just a Rose 19: If You Ask Me Encore: 20: Sympathy for the Devil 21: Love Makes You Lose Your Mind Read a transcript of episode 3 of Hooked on Creek: https://hookedoncreek.com/2019/06/episode-3-reviewing-max-creek-performance-on-may-31-1996/
In episode 2 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson reviews Max Creek's performance on October 2, 2002, at Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel in Providence, Rhode Island. This Max Creek show is available to download or stream here:https://archive.org/details/mc2002-10-02.flac16 If you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website: https://hookedoncreek.com This episode also features full performances of the songs You Write the Book and I Want to Die Easy from Max Creek’s performance on October 2, 2002. Setlist from October 2, 2002 Set One 1: The Field 2: You Don't Know 3: Steady Rollin' Man 4: You Write the Book 5: Six Days on the Road 6: Ophelia 7: Louisiana Sun 8: Darlin' 9: Louisiana Sun 10: When I Paint My Masterpiece 11: The Same Things 12: Want to Die Easy 13: Baby Please Don't Go 14: Pissed Off Encore 15: Trippin' Read a transcript of episode 2 of Hooked on Creek: https://hookedoncreek.com/2019/05/episode-2-reviewing-max-creek-performance-on-oct-2-2002/
In episode 1 of Hooked on Creek, Korre Johnson reviews Max Creek's performance on September 16, 2018, at the Wormtown Music Festival in Greenfield, Massachusetts. This Max Creek show is available to download or stream here: https://archive.org/details/mc2018-09-16.telefunkenM60-sbd.flac16/ If you have feedback or suggestions for future episodes, send a message via the contact link located on the Hooked on Creek website:https://hookedoncreek.com This episode also features full performances of the songs Chains of Life and Blood Red Roses from Max Creek’s performance on September 16, 2018. Setlist from September 16, 2018 Wild Side Truck Drivin' Blues Feelin' Alright I'll Be Your Baby Tonight Darlin’ If You Ask Me Walking in Jerusalem Chains Of Life Peaceful Warrior Drums Angel From Montgomery Louisiana Sun It Must Be Nice Blood Red Roses Into the Ocean Going Down the Road Feeling Bad May the Circle Be Unbroken Freeborn Man Read a transcript of episode 1 of Hooked on Creek: https://hookedoncreek.com/2019/05/episode-1-reviewing-max-creek-performance-on-sept-16-2018/
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Podcast Details

Created by
Korre Johnson
Podcast Status
Potentially Inactive
Started
May 19th, 2019
Latest Episode
Nov 14th, 2020
Release Period
Monthly
Episodes
25
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
Yes
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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