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W.C. Don's, Jackson MS, December 2004
The evening of December 25th, 2004 found the Last of the Full Grown Men jamming
in a tiny bar in Jackson, MS called W. C. Don's, with local musicians Jeff Lewis
(guitar and vocals), Scott Jones (not pictured -- harmonica and vocals), Joe Partridge
on drums and Mike Mills of R.E.M. on bass and background vocals.
The impromptu aggregation played for about an hour, covering "Jumpin' Jack Flash",
"Gloria," "It Takes Time" by Otis Rush, Jimmy Reed's "Big Boss Man," and "Sugar
Coated Love" by Lazy Lester, all of which were sung by Webb.
Jeff Lewis sang Nick Lowe's anthemic "What's So Funny 'Bout Peace, Love and
Understanding" and "Some Warren Zevon Song."
A good time was had by all! Thanks [unknown contributor!] for snapping these pics!
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