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OneBlueSky Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-26-03 03:23 AM
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18. yeah, he did throw hissy fits every so often . . .
I witnessed one in 1970 when, at the first Earth Day concert in DC, he blew up at the guy running the show when he was scheduled to follow the Chambers Brothers (he was doing a think piece, the "State of the Hudson Report", that required an attentive audience) . . . had the guy backed up against the fence before Toshi pulled him off . . . he's gotten a lot better about being a purist, but I also remember when he wouldn't even put a pickup on his acoustic guitar . . . still, a brilliant man, and an American treasure . . .
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