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Thanks! Just let me know. That was exactly my concern as well. I'll be open to other options if there turn out to be any.

That's fine, thank you! Can I ask you to globally change some things, then? I would need all the Stephen Kellogg and The Sixers songs that have been played by Stephen Kellogg changed to appear as Stephen Kellogg songs, and all the Stephen Kellogg songs played by Stephen Kellogg and The Sixers to appear as Stephen Kellogg and The SIxers songs. I will ensure these are isolated going forward as well. Thank you!! Stephen is going to be thrilled to know this is happening.

Hello ezralite, I'm working with artist Stephen Kellogg to complete and maintain the archive of his setlists here on setlist.fm. He's appeared on here in setlists in five different forms now: Stephen Kellogg and The Root Cellar Band, The Stephen Kellogg Band, Stephen Kellogg, Stephen Kellogg and The Sixers, and now Stephen Kellogg & Tyrone Wells. Because of the way setlist.fm connects songs to albums, I am not seeing a tidy way to have "Sixers" era songs, for example, show up as *not* being covers. Because they're not really covers, you know?

Would making these bands "aliases" of each other on Musicbrainz fix this issue? Would it have any other drawbacks? Is there another option you'd suggest? Is it a problem to just list the songs as Stephen Kellogg songs in the setlists if they originally appeared on a Sixers album? Thanks for your time.

Thanks for correcting the Joywave album title ‘Swish’. It’s been driving me crazy seeing it incorrectly for so long!

Hey -- thanks so much for writing back about Better Than Ezra! Glad to hear you still remember! Awesome; let me know any updates from your wife's collection. I really appreciate it!

I'll give the list a look and let you know! I could also email you if that's an easier way to keep in touch -- looks like you've got your email address on that site and I can give you mine as well. Thanks! I also see Butch Walker on there, which is exciting. If you want, I can definitely give you a couple Butch shows I have, and three Kevin Griffin shows I personally recorded, in return.

I'll check out the list and let you know -- but again if it's easier to move this elsewhere let me know. In general, I'd say sets that include any Surprise material, or that are heavy on How Does Your Garden Grow? and Before the Robots, are what'll likely interest me the most; RIGHT away I can say I'm definitely interested in Tipitina's 1990, Murphy's 5.2.91, and Fred's 5.3.91. I have zero live versions of some of those songs -- so the very earliest stuff is what'll appeal to me the most.

Thanks a ton!

THANK YOU for the NR&TNS setlist artist name change. I raised this question in the forum in 2017 when someone was changing it from the band name to the solo artist for full band shows. I appreciate your correction.
https://www.setlist.fm/forum/music/setlists-concerts-and-tours/wrong-band-names-43d6bf57?page=4#7bd65238

Hey there! Sorry to bother you, but I know a while back you said you might have some old BTE recordings that you'd be willing to send if so. If that's still on the table, please let me know -- I'm starting to reach out to fans at shows more and I'm gonna try to get as many of those old, circulating boots together as possible. Have a couple of things I've recorded or obtained from other fans that I could exchange if you like, too. Would love to get in touch about this :)

Good pickup for the Waite shows. I have no evidence they occurred, safer to remove. Thanks!
RFV

A belated thank you for the "Bonfire"/"Bonfire Chant" reversion. I appreciate it, and sorry I haven't logged in more recently to follow up.

I think we should start using the Roadie forum for these song discussions. They might get more people looking at them there.

He may not have seen the links that I found . New Minglewood Blues is definitely the song that the Dead play and not Minglewood Blues if the links I found are right.

Thanks for working on this.
Yeah, mods can make a determination on it. If that turns out to be the case, they would all be merged as New Minglewood
Blues.
peace, Dr. Al-

From what I can find about the song "Minglewood Blues" it seems to me that it should be called "New Minglwood Blues" and credited to Noah Lewis, probably for all versions of it. I am not really familiar with any of the recordings other than the Grateful Dead ones but any other ones I may have heard always had the lyrics 'I was born in the desert, raised in a lion's den' which wouldn't be "Minglewood Blues" either.
As to the Dead's recording of "New New Minglewood Blues" the fact that they credit to Lewis makes me think that it should also be called just "New Minglewood Blues".
All of this is still open to debate of course but these links seem pretty reliable to me.
I posted this on Dr. Al's page too and we can discuss it more before we reach a conclusion and we can always put it on the Mod forum if we can't reach a consensus

http://www.taco.com/roots/minglewood.html

http://www.deaddisc.com/songs/New_Minglewood_Blues.htm

I sent it to the forum twice with no luck.
Much appreciated.
Dr. Al

Hi Again,
did you get a chance to look at that Dark Star Orchestra merge for Minglewood Blues?

RE: my earlier comment:
Minglewood Blues by Cannon's Jug Stompers

Facts
Total Plays 924 times by 39 Artists
From the release The Complete Works: 1927-1930 (Compilation)
First Played in Concert March 3, 1966 by Grateful Dead at A.I.A.A. Hall, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Most Recently Played March 15, 2019 by Phil Lesh & Friends at Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY, USA

Could you merge this for me? I could not get any help on the forum.
Dark Star Orchestra (who is a Grateful Dead cover band) song
New Minglewood Blues should be corrected cited as Minglewood Blues.
(see above)
It is too much work to do manually. Peace, Dr, Al

Minglewood Blues by Cannon's Jug Stompers

Facts
Total Plays 924 times by 39 Artists
From the release The Complete Works: 1927-1930 (Compilation)
First Played in Concert March 3, 1966 by Grateful Dead at A.I.A.A. Hall, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Most Recently Played March 15, 2019 by Phil Lesh & Friends at Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY, USA

Could you merge this for me? I could not get any help on the forum.
Dark Star Orchestra (who is a Grateful Dead cover band) song
New Minglewood Blues should be corrected cited as Minglewood Blues.
(see above)
It is too much work to do manually. Peace, Dr, Al

Hello
Since you're from New Orleans, you might know whether these two venues need to be merged. There might be more, but I just came across these two
https://www.setlist.fm/venue/jimmys-new-orleans-la-usa-23d6246f.html
https://www.setlist.fm/venue/jimmys-club-new-orleans-la-usa-3d2297b.html

OK thanks, to be honest I haven't heard of any of those 7000+ bands on the magasin4 website, since I'm not into metal/punk/hard rock and they seem to only program such concerts.

Hello
I'm starting to upload all Magasin 4 concerts in Brussels with the help of their website.
I don't see any mention of https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/the-mountain-goats/1995/magasin-4-brussels-belgium-2bd08c3e.html on their website http://www.magasin4.be/site.php?Page=Archives&Action=RF . Do you have a source for this so the venue could eventually be changed?

Hi again, Ezralite23-- Per your suggestion, I've reached out to Jazzlobber to see what his/her basis was for the bulk-edit request. I suggest we give Jazzlobber until 03/01/2019 to provide an explanation, at which time the reversal of the bulk-edit should begin. If a bulk-undo isn't possible (and I don't think it is), this will be quite a feat to manually edit because "Bonfire" and "Bonfire Chant" (again, two different songs) were sometimes played at the same show, so a bulk-edit won't fix this.

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