A SPOONFUL OF SOUP THE MUSIC SHALL LIVE ON FOR THE NEXT GENERATION

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Moga (Margaret) said:   August 7, 2013 3:04 pm PST
I had a great time seeing the friends (family of SOUP) that I had not seen in years including Dave Faas who I enjoyed many hours with around and during gigs & practices with the guys in the early 70's. The trippy thing about the Lennon picture with the SOUP album sitting there would have blown Rob away, as he had a dedicated Beatle room in his mothers basment that he showed off to anyone near his world on time off. The Beatles were a very big influence on him in his early days of playing drums, and to find that years later after both John & Rob are long gone they appreciated each others music like that is kind of cosmic wouldn't you say? I am looking forward to another celebration, and hope all of the people dedicated to this venture receive great "Karma" until we meet again. Thanks for the memories >^,.^

chris Yankus said:   July 4, 2013 8:22 am PST
I am not SO SORRY, How wonderful to see you all. Can't express my emotions all of the time $ and love many of you put into this event. .More music to come !! as soon as I slow down w/ working. Peace Love to all

Tommy Philips said:   July 1, 2013 2:15 pm PST
What a beautiful day ! The Music was GREAT { got to play with Dave !! } Thanks to Paul and the band ! The BEST part of it all was to see the pictures and folks I hadn't seen in 20-30 years - and some new friends especially you Chris... "Further On Up The Road" indeed... Nexy year appleton? And, to spend 2 hours down and back with Peter B - as Mr. Burns would say, "Exxxxxcccccellllennnnt ... " All our lives were and are enriched by the Music, the people and the same for our hearts SO UP... Peace to you-now T

Tommy Philips said:   July 1, 2013 1:57 pm PST
What a beautiful day ! The music was great ( got to play with Dave !! ] thanks to Paul and the band ! The BEST part of it all was to see folks I hadn't seen in 20-30 years and some new friends, too, especially you Chris... Further On Up The Road indeed... Next year appleton? And, to spend 2 hours down and back with Peter Bebeau- as Mr. Burns would say, "Exxxxxcccccellllent !! " SO-UP All our lives were and are enriched by the Music and our Hearts, too. Peace to YOU...no

david faas said:   July 1, 2013 1:42 pm PST
ttartag citizen

James Nytes (Kaukauna) said:   July 1, 2013 6:55 am PST
I attended the gathering in Madison yesterday and had a great time. It was great to see Dave play again as I have not seen him since the 1975 show at the Cinderella. The people there have a warmth spawned by the common love for SOUP. It was a real pleasure to meet everyone. Thank you all!

Michael Eubank said:   June 29, 2013 3:10 pm PST
I was always a Soup fan. I played in Boogie Man from appleton and we opened for Soup a few times. Each musician in that band was the cream of the crop and they Jelled perfectly. I had the pleasure of playing with Robb in a country band and with Dave in the "Safe at Home Band". Unfortunately, I never had the pleasure of playing with Doug. Soup was the best "Jam Band" of the 70's and could hold their own quite well now. "Soups On" and always will be. Thanks for giving us the great music you did.

Martin A. Miller said:   June 29, 2013 8:41 am PST
Bravo Chris! Thank you so much for this site! I followed Soup with a fanatical devotion during their heyday, and attended upwards of 30 shows I'm sure. I still have the homemade 1st album in my collection, along with John Lennon's favorite, The Album Soup. (So when is The Album Soup going to be re-issued?? Drop Terry Wachsmuth at Wounded Bird Records a line - I'll bet he'll re-issue it if he can.) At the risk of being too long-winded, here's "my" Doug story. I worked at [Dirty] Jack's Record Rack in Milwaukee from 1974-1982, and sometime in the summer of 1976 (I think), I'd seen Soup at Humpin' Hanna's the night before. I was re-stocking records with my back to the front door, and was regaling my co-worker about seeing Soup the night before. I hear the door open and customers come in. I continue my monologue without seeing who had entered the store. To my right, I see a customer out of the corner of my eye. I look over and it's Doug with a big grin saying "Hey man - my ears are burning". It was he and Dave Faas who had come into the store! After my embarassment, the three of us chatted for about half an hour. Thanks again for this wonderful site!

mike kranzusch said:   June 16, 2013 4:19 pm PST
you should play at the mile of music cory chisel is or ganizing in appleton august 2013

chris yankus said:   May 11, 2013 10:41 am PST
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