A Doctor’s Appointment & JB Takes Me To Several Businesses

This was probably several dreams that continued mostly where each dream left off, so a series of continuation dreams; but I could be wrong.

Also, I did not record this dream / these dreams until later, so there are missing details & missing parts of these dreams & probably missing dreams.

This dream took place over the course of maybe two or three days, I remember being in a fictional city, that was probably partly based on Lake Charles, maybe it was a fictional Lake Charles.

I went into a small one-story motel-style college dorm (dormitory) room to wait for a doctor’s appointment that I had at a nearby small one-story medical clinic that was next to the right of the parking lot for this dorm.

I am not sure if someone was letting me use the dorm room or if I just walked in there, saw that no one was there, and decided to use it temporarily; I can not remember, but I kind of feel like I was not officially supposed to be there.


Lee Fields: Tiny Desk Concert

Deutsch: Lee Fields & The Expressions auf dem Haldern Pop Festival 2013
English: Lee Fields & The Expressions at Haldern Pop 2013
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What Is It?

The YouTube video Lee Fields: Tiny Desk Concert by the YouTube channel NPR Music:

Lee Fields: Tiny Desk Concert

Here is the description for this video:

This year’s Black History Month celebration at the Tiny Desk features a carefully crafted lineup spanning many genres, generations, and walks of life.

Each artist represents the best in their class and will be performing at the Tiny Desk for the first time.

Stephen Thompson | February 10, 2023
You can’t see it on the screen, but there’s a piece of paper taped to the Desk in front of Lee Fields throughout the R&B, blues and soul veteran’s long-awaited Tiny Desk debut.

It’s got the set list, of course, but also an instruction to the singer: “NO AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION!!!!”

It speaks to Fields’ legendary showmanship — he’s often been dubbed “Little JB” due to his similarities to the hardest-working man in show business — that his team felt a need to rein in his generous impulse to work any crowd before him, knowing the time constraints of a Tiny Desk concert.

It speaks further to Fields’ showmanship that he ended up ignoring the directive: By the time he got to the set-closing “Two Jobs,” which features a call-and-response listing the hours in the day, he was yelling, “I want y’all to count the hours!”

Though pandemic-era protocols limit the size of the Tiny Desk crowds these days, Fields got the shouts of approval (and participation) he was seeking, as he barreled through three songs from last year’s Sentimental Fool and one relative oldie from a career that stretches all the way back to the late ’60s: the self-explanatorily titled “Ladies,” from his 2009 album My World.

“What Did I Do”
“Two Jobs”

Lee Fields: vocals
Benjamin Trokan: guitar
Jason Colby: trumpet
Frederick DeBoe: sax
Toby Pazner: keys
Evan Pazner: drums
Jacob Silver: bass

Producer: Bob Boilen
Director: Kara Frame
Audio Engineer: Neil Tevault
Series Producer: Bobby Carter
Audio Mixing: Josh Rogosin
Videographers: Kara Frame, Joshua Bryant, Maia Stern, Sofia Seidel
Editor: Sofia Seidel
Audio Assistant: Brian Jarboe
Production Assistant: Jill Britton
Tiny Desk Team: Suraya Mohamed, Marissa Lorusso, Hazel Cills, Ashley Pointer
VP, Visuals, and Music: Keith Jenkins
Senior VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann

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