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gweeps 08-21-2021 06:20 AM

Sugar Will 3/6/10

He remembers the word 'sweet' a couple of times. :lol

Sugar Will 5/7/16

This show needs to be released. Come on, DMB management!

gweeps 08-21-2021 09:03 PM

Wow. Herbie Hancock is a great guest. Some 9/12/15 songs. Mercy, Captain, Spaceman, What Would You Say.

celluloid hero 08-21-2021 09:30 PM

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Originally Posted by gweeps (Post 7275361)
Wow. Herbie Hancock is a great guest. Some 9/12/15 songs. Mercy, Captain, Spaceman, What Would You Say.

Anniversary of a great Herbie show in 1998. Next few days following at Nissan as well.

gweeps 08-21-2021 09:35 PM

They're ending the 2015 tour wonderfully. 9/13/15 is up next.

celluloid hero 08-21-2021 10:38 PM

8.19.05 Gorge.

gweeps 08-22-2021 05:57 AM

Oh with Carter, Dave and Tim is just lovely. So happy they did this a few times. Listening to 9/13/15.

sean52692 08-22-2021 11:24 AM

9/3/02. A pit stop after Alpine and just before the Gorge in Kansas. Pretty awesome start through OSW, then incredibly mailed in after that (except for Two Step).

During the Crush outro, Dave added some vocals and a couple improv lyrics. Very solid The Stone/Pig opening combo too.

jeff1818 08-22-2021 12:42 PM

NP: 12/9/92. Flood Zone.

Great full-show SBD. Highlights for me:
- Lover Lay Down with a sweet The Christmas Song sax intro (as in "chestnuts roasting..."). Really wonderful, clocking in at over 8min.
- Angel from Montgomery. Boyd brought it!! Fantastic song.
- Two Step - Carter owns it. This is a really great version.

Plus this closing trio:
The Maker
Spotlight
Blue Water

celluloid hero 08-22-2021 02:56 PM

I love the random show listening lately.

Gweeps, what's the next project? or some random listening before a new one?

jeff1818 08-22-2021 03:08 PM

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Originally Posted by celluloid hero (Post 7275474)
I love the random show listening lately.

Gweeps, what's the next project? or some random listening before a new one?

I'm going to dive back into winter '95 shortly.

But before I do that...

NP: 12/11/92
Highlights: Boyd Tinsley Surprise (long violin jam/solo)
Long jam > Typical

greykitkat36 08-22-2021 08:47 PM

Spring 94 is kind of underrated. Hit that up

gweeps 08-22-2021 10:08 PM

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Originally Posted by celluloid hero (Post 7275474)
Gweeps, what's the next project? or some random listening before a new one?

I may just plow ahead with Fall 2015. And then go back to earlier shows. Or maybe do some Dave & Tim? I have a bunch of 1997 & 2017 kicking around.

gweeps 08-23-2021 08:10 AM

I think I'm going to alternate between those above mentioned ideas.

So I'm on 10/11/15 now. A bland looking set, but well-played so far. The crowd is really into this Dancing Nancies.

Okay, well, the set is mostly pre-2005 songs, so it can't be that bland, right?

Boyd is slaying this Nancies.

edit: energetic crowd.

ThememanXX 08-23-2021 02:17 PM

Listened to two 'on this day' shows from 10 years apart today:

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celluloid hero 08-23-2021 02:21 PM

Love that Hershey 00 show. One of those completely buried by the Live Trax and Bela shows. Top notch, though. Don't know much about that Hollywood show, but I like Alligator Pie.

ThememanXX 08-23-2021 02:26 PM

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Originally Posted by celluloid hero (Post 7275574)
Love that Hershey 00 show. One of those completely buried by the Live Trax and Bela shows. Top notch, though. Don't know much about that Hollywood show, but I like Alligator Pie.

Agreed. Was supposed to be my first show but nobody would commit to go so I sold the tickets.

The 2010 Hollywood Bowl show was pretty good. An odd setlist. Long #41 opener, Seven in the #2 spot, only the third (and final) Alligator Pie of the tour. Mid-set Stone and Pig and then the usual Corn Bread, Jimi, You & Me, Two Step to close the show. A (common for 2010) Some Devil E1, Why I Am dedicated to 'Roi and Ants in the encore definitely worked, too. Nothing spectacular but a good listen.

JimBeam41 08-23-2021 02:45 PM

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Originally Posted by ThememanXX (Post 7275576)
Agreed. Was supposed to be my first show but nobody would commit to go so I sold the tickets.

I was there and i also remember it was the same night as the Survivor season 1 finale. Which back in the summer of 2000, was a HUGE deal :lol

celluloid hero 08-23-2021 03:34 PM

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Originally Posted by JimBeam41 (Post 7275584)
I was there and i also remember it was the same night as the Survivor season 1 finale. Which back in the summer of 2000, was a HUGE deal :lol

I watched my first ever episode of Survivor at a friend's apt in Columbus the day between 6/20/00 Polaris and driving to 6/22/00 Creek.

That place smelled like stale bong water, French dips, and Camel Lights.

gweeps 08-24-2021 06:31 AM

Crowd singing to end of If Only on 10/11/15. Now here is a crowd that respects live music. More into clapping than wooing or screaming.

edit: this show is 2 minutes and change shy of 3 hours long.

ThememanXX 08-24-2021 07:42 AM

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Originally Posted by gweeps (Post 7275644)
Crowd singing to end of If Only on 10/11/15. Now here is a crowd that respects live music. More into clapping than wooing or screaming.

edit: this show is 2 minutes and change shy of 3 hours long.

I still think DMB always wanted the crowd to sing the 'gotta do much more than believe' parts to Gaucho live and when that didn't take off, they abandoned playing it.


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