place was a huge old car garage with these giant oversize chairs
in the back of the room. We climbed up in one of them and smoked
peyote buttons. I don't remember "Avenue Of Happiness (with
their electronic synchronizer)". And I only remember not
liking "Balderdash." "The Screaming Gypsy Bandits"
were from Bloomington and the guitar and bass players went on
to become the nucleus of MX-80 Sound. Colonel Hampton who played
Scorgies in it's last hurrah with Pete's Rock Band was the main
man in Atlanta's "Hampton Grease Band." Admission was
only $3.50 and there were probably about 100 people in this big
place for the "Farthest Out Program In Cincinnati History."
I don't remember the "Jam Session" either. The small
type says "This is an all night program - However no one
will be admitted after midnight. I know the Magic Band played
last and didn't finish until about 4 AM. They were sensational.
I remember that. And Don's wife spent what seemed like hours going
through her purse for something. She was just off stage in a chair
with a worried look on her face.