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  posted on 10/15/2012 at 12:29 PM
Anyone have the setlist? Great show
 
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  posted on 10/15/2012 at 12:58 PM
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Warren Haynes Band, The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY 2012-10-12

Taper : Joe D'Amico ''AKA'' Joebeacon

Editing : Joe D'Amico ''AKA'' Joebeacon

Neumann Km 184 Mics > Lunatec V2 > Korg Mr-1000

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Disc 1 : 1st Set :
01-Intro Jam >
02-Tear Me Down
03-River's Gonna Rise
04-Fire in the Kitchen >
05-Sick Of My Shadow
06-Que Sera Sera
07-Luv N' Haight *
08-I Wish *
09-Man In Motion *

Disc 2 : 2nd Set :
01-Your Wildest Dreams
02-On A Real Lonely Night
03-Pretzel Logic > Drums > Pretzel Logic

Disc 3 : 2nd Set Con't :
01-Soulshine > Tupelo Honey > Soulshine
02-32-20 Blues >
03-Fire On The Bayou >
04-32-20 Blues
Encore :
05-Invisible

* W/ The Dirty Dozen Brass Band

 

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  posted on 10/15/2012 at 03:04 PM
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  posted on 10/15/2012 at 09:25 PM
Que Sera Sera was such a brilliantly-executed cover. Never thought he wouldve busted that out. Also, I Wish sounded amazing too, especially with the Dirty Dozen on it.

As for the crowd- eh, I dont have anything nice to say, so I wont say it.

 

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  posted on 10/15/2012 at 09:40 PM
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Que Sera Sera was such a brilliantly-executed cover. Never thought he wouldve busted that out. Also, I Wish sounded amazing too, especially with the Dirty Dozen on it.

As for the crowd- eh, I dont have anything nice to say, so I wont say it.


I was in the loge, but you could hear a constant buzz from everyone talking, and I think the cavernous ceiling exacerbated the problem.

 

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  posted on 10/15/2012 at 11:37 PM
I sat all the way up top center for the second set of the acoustic show due to talkers and such on the floor and was shocked at how good they sounded and how good the acoustics were. I sat in the 4th row center for the first set. I wonder what made the sound difference at the WHB show???

 

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  posted on 10/16/2012 at 09:45 AM
I absolutely loved this show - a match made in heaven - WHB w/ Dirty Dozen Brass Band - while the acoustic show the night before was special, Friday's show was beyond awesome - after the second song River Gonna Rise you could tell Warren was one happy man - I love this new venue and so close to home too. For the acoustic show I was right up front and for Friday's show I was in the last row in the balcony - both great places to see and hear a show. But if you are a large person, the seats are very tiny in the balcony as it once was a movie theater - the employees/security could not have been nicer - they left everyone alone to enjoy the show - can't wait to go back there!

 

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  posted on 10/16/2012 at 11:13 AM
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I sat all the way up top center for the second set of the acoustic show due to talkers and such on the floor and was shocked at how good they sounded and how good the acoustics were. I sat in the 4th row center for the first set. I wonder what made the sound difference at the WHB show???


So you had a floor ticket and they let you go to the balcony? Thats pretty cool. I've been to 2 shows there so far, both were on the floor. I sat in the 5th row for a general admission (yeah, you could sit in any seat) for Buddy Guy and for Warren I was 3 people from the front on the floor, but moved towards the back of the floor for the 2nd set because of idiots bumping into people and disregarding the most basic show etiquette. I've seen more polite behavior at hardcore shows.

The back wasnt much better because standing under the loge definitely amped up the volume of people talking.

 

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  posted on 10/16/2012 at 11:37 AM
I was at the rail for both shows. On Friday there seemed to be a lot of people pushing and forcing their way up front. I thought both shows were off the hook great. The WHB gets better each time I see them.

 

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  posted on 10/16/2012 at 11:41 AM
No I had a floor tix for Thursday so I was right in front of Warren then. Friday's show I had fourth row balcony but the last row was empty so I ran right up there - yes it was a bit unusual for the theater to allow people to fill in the front area of the stage - my tix was for a seat in the 2nd row but was told by others that they do not clear out the space in front of the stage so I just jumped right in and stayed there. Supposedly if you have a balcony seat you cannot go to the floor but I did not see anyone getting stopped. I also was surprised that there were seats for the G.A. which I assumed meant standing all night long. Both nights worked for me. I also brought in bottled water in my coat pocket which was not checked. They check bags though

 

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  posted on 10/16/2012 at 01:11 PM
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I sat all the way up top center for the second set of the acoustic show due to talkers and such on the floor and was shocked at how good they sounded and how good the acoustics were. I sat in the 4th row center for the first set. I wonder what made the sound difference at the WHB show???


So you had a floor ticket and they let you go to the balcony? Thats pretty cool. I've been to 2 shows there so far, both were on the floor. I sat in the 5th row for a general admission (yeah, you could sit in any seat) for Buddy Guy and for Warren I was 3 people from the front on the floor, but moved towards the back of the floor for the 2nd set because of idiots bumping into people and disregarding the most basic show etiquette. I've seen more polite behavior at hardcore shows.

The back wasnt much better because standing under the loge definitely amped up the volume of people talking.


No, it was the other way around. I had a balcony ticket but when we got there nobody checks your tickets for the orch so we just wondered down to the 4th row center and nobody saidd boo. Thing is though that they let people stand at the rail and they let everybody crowd into the aisles so if you are on the floor even with seats for an acoustic show you have to stand and it is really crowded, even if you are on the aisle. It was so crowded and there were so many talkers that I went upstairs just before the end of the 1st set. There were about three rows of empty seats at the top of the balcony so I just grabbed one in the center second to last row. Sound and view from there was awesome. The show was a sellout so I am sure all of the people who had those empty balcony seats were the ones who were squeezed into the aisles in the orch. I am a big person and yes, the seats in the balcony are extremely small and uncomfortable. My hips hurt the next day.

 

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  posted on 10/17/2012 at 07:45 AM
It was the best two nights of music for me in a long time - I LOVE this new venue so close to home and Warren's tix prices were very reasonable and cheap even -

 

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