A Peach Supreme
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| posted on 7/30/2017 at 10:07 AM|
|Anyone got em?|
A Peach Supreme
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| posted on 7/30/2017 at 12:51 PM|
|This seems partial to me:|
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| posted on 7/30/2017 at 06:18 PM|
|TTB 7-29-2017> http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=594364|
Tedeschi Trucks Band
Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Source: AKG CK-61 ULS (NOS) > Nbob actives > Nbox Platinum > Tascam DR-70D @ 24bit/96kHz
Location: OTS/BOB/DFC 6ft up
Transfer: SD > WaveLab 6 (Gain, Fades, Convert to 16bit/48kHz with Apogee UV22HR Dither) > CDWave (Tracking) > Traders Little Helper (FLAC6)
Tagging: FLACs Tagged With Mp3tag v2.83
Recorded by Ryan Stearns
02 Don't Know What It Means
03 Keep On Growing
04 Midnight In Harlem
05 Made Up Mind
06 3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds*
07 Bound For Glory**
08 Leavin' Trunk** >
09 Soul Sacrifice**
10 Jam** >
12 Let Me Get By**
13 Angel From Montgomery >
14 Sugaree >
15 Angel From Montgomery
16 How Blue Can You Get
17 I Want More
19 Get What You Deserve
20 Let Me Roll It
21 I Wish I Knew
Hot Tuna & Wood Brothers opened
*w/ Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady
**w/ John Medeski
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| posted on 7/31/2017 at 08:49 AM|
|They're coming to Montana, two days more...... New natural type site on a river (Bonner), looks like a great venue. Creator heal my soul, sun warm my bones, and the spirit of the music fill my heart..... need it...... want it..... get it.....|
Rage With Age
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| posted on 7/31/2017 at 02:43 PM|
|Attended both shows.|
After saturday, I thought how could they top that?
second tune: intro jam> Anyday (Sue crushed) > Blue Sky > Anyday.
Great collaborations throughout, JB could have stayed longer.
Closed set with Storm > Whippin Post
Second tune in encore Statesboro w/ Derek taking a second solo after a false ending (like 2009 ABB versions)
Much longer set than usual. Like an Evening With, but without set break.
........the night is very young.....
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| posted on 7/31/2017 at 05:24 PM|
|Heading out to Colorado to visit the In-laws and catch TTB at Red Rocks was on my short list of Summer adventures this year. When push came to shove I opted out because of an incredible concert schedule in the DC area over the next two weeks. A good handful of friends headed out and, from all I've heard and seen on YouTube, those that made the effort were handsomely rewarded.|
Sunday night's show was especially good. Songs that I saw performed just a few weeks ago at Wolf Trap were polished and invigorated. There is a mind blowing video of "Pity the Fool" circling on Facebook. I highly recommend seeking it out, perhaps through the TTB fans group. Susan dedicates the song to Buddy Guy (it was his birthday) and proceeds to channel Buddy through stage antics and pure power. She really seems to be liking her Les Paul.
I'm already looking forward to their DC residency in February. I'm considering a trip to the Beacon in October. I've already bought tickets to the April 13th show in Tallahassee.
This band is all up in my grill. I want to catch them as much as possible during what seems to be a peak in their creativity.
Capitalism will always survive, because socialism will be there to save it.
Ralph Nader's Father
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| posted on 7/31/2017 at 07:29 PM|
|And then you have this.|