Thread: 10/25 setlist

Marley - 10/26/2014 at 03:32 PM

Because I haven't seen one yet:

Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
Statesboro Blues
Woman Across the River
Ain't Wastin' Time No More
Stormy Monday
Dusk Til Dawn
Stand Back
Hot 'Lanta

Midnight Rider
I Walk on Gilded Splinters
Jessica > Will the Circle Be Unbroken > Jessica
Trouble No More
Into the Mystic
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed > Politician > In Memory of Elizabeth Reed > drums > In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
e: Come On in My Kitchen
One Way Out

Some quick notes: Derek played Duane's '57 goldtop on a couple of songs (Statesboro through Ain't Wastin' Time in the first set, and I think Trouble No More) and I think he played Duane's '59 Les Paul, the Fillmore East guitar, on one or two songs. Last night was the anniversary of Bill Graham's death and Warren introduced Into the Mystic by talking about a tribute to Graham that used the song and how that inspired them to work up the song. Gregg sat out most of Elizabeth Reed and came back only for the last portion. The performances were really great even though there are some songs I missed hearing. But by far the best thing about this show for me - my last one unless I get very lucky - is that there were some genuine surprises. I never would have expected the band to work up a cover of Politician and play it for the first (and probably last) time during their third-to-last show. I never would have expected them to slip it into the middle of Liz Reed either. And Derek's solo was hair-raising. The encore, too, was a surprise - I didn't think Come On in My Kitchen would pop up at that point in the set and a double encore is a rare treat.


islalala - 10/26/2014 at 04:00 PM

Thanks for the review!

What is Politician like and who wrote it?


Forever_Duane - 10/26/2014 at 04:08 PM

quote:
Thanks for the review!

What is Politician like and who wrote it?


It's a Cream song written by Jack Bruce.


Marley - 10/26/2014 at 04:22 PM

If you haven't heard it, check it out now! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJqgk2XAg4k


plqmule - 10/26/2014 at 05:47 PM

They threw the Come On Into My Kitchen in.


Marley - 10/26/2014 at 05:50 PM

I guess they had a little more time left than they expected. I would've loved a Whipping Post encore, but they probably wouldn't play that two shows in a row. I was glad for the surprise there.


JackInBrooklyn - 10/26/2014 at 06:17 PM

Politician was inserted in honor of Jack Bruce, who died 10/25. Clearly it was done day-of-show.


bump827 - 10/26/2014 at 06:38 PM

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Politician was inserted in honor of Jack Bruce, who died 10/25. Clearly it was done day-of-show.


And very fitting. I knew of it was a Gov't Mule show Warren would do but was pleasantly surprised when the ABB did it.


bump827 - 10/26/2014 at 06:39 PM

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I guess they had a little more time left than they expected. I would've loved a Whipping Post encore, but they probably wouldn't play that two shows in a row. I was glad for the surprise there.


I'm guessing we'll get Whipping Post again Tuesday night (or more accurately hopefully Wednesday morning)


gerrypeach - 10/26/2014 at 09:18 PM

Thank you Marley for the setlist and for the additional information
That would have been "my show" ... I had tickets for March 29th but couldn't make it for October 25th ...
Do you think it is worth to buy the Live-CD or would you recommend another day?



[Edited on 10/26/2014 by gerrypeach]


IrishAngler - 10/26/2014 at 10:22 PM

Gerry.....I was there for Wed, Fri and Sat. They have gotten progressively better and better each show. Saturday night would be my pick so far - if for nothing else the 2nd set alone. After the first set I though "wow, they're gonna have come out smokin' for the 2nd stanza"....and they did. Absolutlely one of the best sets you'll ever get. Jessica was an absolute beast with some of the finest guitar work you'll see from the 5:00 mark and on....Derek and Warren found an unknown gear and floored it. Couple that with a Liz Reed and these two monster insturementals are a double exclamation point in what a truly memorable night. Here is a link to Jessica....you won't be disappointed. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccCNDCFeR68

I will say though - Wednesday's "Black Hearted Woman" was worth the price of admission alone - fierce.

Enjoy!


Marley - 10/26/2014 at 11:10 PM

I thought it was an excellent show and I look forward to downloading it. The only October show I can compare it to is Wednesday, and I thought this one was better.


gerrypeach - 10/28/2014 at 10:09 AM

Thank you very much Marley ! Thank you very much too, Irishangler ! Enjoyed the Jessica-Video very much, other songs from that evening are also uploaded now ... also appreciated your review and especially the additional information in your topic "one man's review ..." ! Have a good time in NYC and at the Beacon !!!


Marley - 10/28/2014 at 02:14 PM

I downloaded both shows last night - I get the MunckMusic of every show I go to and at this stage in the game there's no reason not to. I haven't listened to the full shows set and I'll post some more notes when I do. But I did check out the 10/25 Elizabeth Reed because I wanted to hear Derek's solo again, and I picked up an A Love Supreme (Resolution) tease in there. Gregg's playing is missed, but it does make this version different from what you usually hear. The band is giving their all in my opinion but Oteil is just having an awesome run.

If anyone is still wondering, Gregg left during the first theme (about 2:45 in) and came back almost at the end of the drum solo. In any case going by the reviews he was fine Monday, which is great to hear- everybody wants them to finish strong.


porkchopbob - 10/28/2014 at 02:46 PM

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If anyone is still wondering, Gregg left during the first theme (about 2:45 in) and came back almost at the end of the drum solo. In any case going by the reviews he was fine Monday, which is great to hear- everybody wants them to finish strong.


Yeah, I remember his organ chord progression was missed during the main theme, but glad he is feeling ok. It wasn't a big detraction.


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