Crossroads Guitar Festival 2007 2007-07-28 Toyota Park Bridgeview IL
101. Introduction - Bill Murray 102. Introduction - Eric Clapton
Sonny Landreth 103. Port of Calling 104. Promised Land 105. Native Stepson 106. Uberesso 107. Hell At Home (with Eric Clapton)
John McLaughlin 108. Introduction by Bill Murray 109. 5 Peace Band 110. Maharena 111. Senior CS Intro
Alison Krauss & Union Station 201. Introduction by Bill Murray 202. Every Time You Say Goodbye 203. This Sad Song 204. Cluck Old Hen 205. A Simple Love 206. A Hundred Miles or More 207. Oh Atlanta
Doyle Bramhall 208. Introduction by Bill Murray 209. Rosie 210. Oh Death 211. Early In The Morning 212. Outside Woman Blues
Derek Trucks Band 301. Introduction by Bill Murray 302. I Wish I Knew 303. Little By Little (with Susan Tedeschi) 304. Anyday (with Susan Tedeschi) 305. Highway 61 Revisited (with Johnny Winter)
Robert Randolph 306. Introduction by Bill Murray 307. The March 308. Nobody 309. Soul Refreshing
Robert Cray 401. Introduction by Bill Murray 402. Poor Johnny 403. Twenty 404. I'm Walkin
Jimmie Vaughan 405. Roll Roll Roll 406. Crossroad Blues 407. Instrumental Jam
Hubert Sumlin 408. Introduction 409. Killing Floor (with Robert Cray) 410. Sitting On Top Of The World
BB King 411. Introduction 412. Paying The Cost To Be The Boss 413. Rock Me Baby 414. Speech by BB KIng 415. Thrill Is Gone
John Mayer 501. Waiting On The World To Change 502. Belief 503. Vulture 504. I Don't Need No Doctor 505. Gravity
Vince Gill 506. Introduction by Bill Murray 507. Liza Jane 508. Cowboy Up 509. River of Pouring Rain. 510. Sweet Thing
Albert Lee 511. Introduction 512. Tear It Up 513. Country Boy
Sheryl Crow 514. If It Makes You Happy 515. Strong Enough 516. Tulsa Time (with Eric Clapton)
Willie Nelson 601. Funny How Time Slips Away > Crazy > Nightlife 602. Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain 603. On The Road Again
Los Lobos 604. Introduction 605. Don’t Worry Baby 606. Chuco’s Cumbia 607. Georgia Stop 608. Chains of Love 609. Mas y Mas
Jeff Beck 701. Introduction by Bill Murray 702. Resolution > Eternity’s Breath > You Never Know 703. Cause We've Ended As Lovers 704. Stratus 705. Behind The Veil 706. Nadia 707. Led Boots 708. Angels 710. Big Block 711. A Day In The Life
Eric Clapton 801. Introduction by Bill Murray 802. Tell The Truth 803. Key To The Highway 804. Got To Get Better In A Little While 805. Isn't It A Pity 806. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad 807. Little Queen Of Spades 808. Robbie Robertson Introduction 809. Who Do You Love (with Robbie Robertson) 810. Further On Up The Road (with Robbie Robertson)
Steve Winwood and Eric Clapton 811. Steve Winwood Introduction 812. Pearly Queen 901. Presence Of The Lord 902. Can't Find My Way Home 903. Had To Cry Today 904. Dear Mr. Fantasy 905. Cocaine 906. Crossroads
Buddy Guy 907. Introduction by Bill Murray 908. Mary Had A Little Lamb 909.Damn Right I Got The Blues 910. Hoochie Coochie Man (with Eric Clapton)
Finale (All Performers) 911. Sweet Home Chicago 912. Stone Crazy 913. She's 19 Years Old
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Please scroll down past my text to read Mrs. Jenny Matlock's instructions.
This is my SC-text for this week:
'I'm sorry,' said the bank manager refusing to give her a loan. She went outside to the ATM-machine. 'Only have until the end of the month to get everything out before the auction,' she thought. Putting her ATM-card in the slot, she pressed her code and waited. The ATM machine began dispensing twenties. She let them fall into her shopping bag until it was filled. A thin paper receipt popped out. 'Can't keep this,' she said while handing the bag and receipt to the teller. Seeing her again before she left he said: 'Wait a minute. Let's talk more about that loan.'
Wordcount: 100 ------ Best wishes, Anna P.S. Scoll all the way down past everything. I have decided to rewrite this text. I think it could be clearer if I reword it slightly. Please take a look and compare! First Commenter: Donnie of New Blessing Everyday
Welcome to week forty-three of Saturday Centus.
I see you cringing.
Please. Don't be afraid.
I'm going to be nice this week. No wicked prompts based on weird canine romance or strange song lyrics.
Just a plain, old, regular boring SC based on a prompt.
I pinky swear...this is not a trick.
This weeks prompt is:
The ATM machine began dispensing twenties...
You can use this prompt and UP TO 100 additional words to write a story of your choosing in any style of writing you prefer. Just keep your story PG and try to visit as many of the other links as you can!
Please display link button or just a hyper-link back to Saturday Centus. Be careful to link your SC URL to the Linky and not just link to your main blog.
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OK. You can exhale now. No tricks at all this week. Just a sweet little treat of a prompt for you to play with.
Feel free to link up anytime between now and next Saturday!
Here is my re-write:
'I'm sorry,' said the bank manager, refusing her a loan.
She went outside to the ATM-machine. 'Only have until the end of the month,' she thought. Putting her ATM-card in the slot, she pressed her code and waited. The ATM machine began dispensing twenties. She let them fall into her shopping bag until it was completely filled. A thin paper receipt popped out.
'There's something's wrong. This isn't from my account,' she said while handing over the bag and receipt to the teller.
Seeing her again before she left, the loan officer said: 'Wait a minute. Let's talk more about that loan.'
I wasn't sure that I would have time to post anything for Mrs Nesbitt's ABC-Wednesday Round 8 - F. It is already Friday, February 25th, and I will be among the very last to post. So F is for Fairy or Faerie, depending upon what side of the Atlantic you are. I am also linking up with Mrs. Jenny Matlock's Alphabe-Thursday, Round 2 -T. T is for Tooth and Tooth-fairy or Tooth-Faerie! Sorry Jenny! Please forgive me! I am so pressed for time this week and the next!
Photo & Copyright: Christina Wigren
The day before yesterday, the second of Elisabet's front baby teeth fell out. Actually, she had been wiggling it for several days until she more or less pulled it out herself.
My camera-memory-card is full. I have not been able to take new photos for two or three days now. (There are so many things going on right now that I may not be able to post anything at all next week.)
Photo & Copyright: Christina Wigren
So I am illustrating this post with the help of images from Wikipedia and my own photos from the loss of Elisabet's first front baby tooth.