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  posted on 2/1/2008 at 09:02 AM
OK, a killer version of nearly 19 minutes. But I have a serious guitar question. On the database, it lists Duane Betts as playing on the previous song, "Same Thing" which then leads to "Dreams". However, there are three solos in a row. The first one is cleary Betts, and the third one is definitely Haynes. But the middle one is quite different than either of them and the seque is to Haynes as his slide comes in over the end of solo Nr 2. Does anyone know if Duane Betts stayed on stage for Dreams and doesn't show up on the setlist?

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  posted on 2/1/2008 at 12:11 PM
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OK, a killer version of nearly 19 minutes. But I have a serious guitar question. On the database, it lists Duane Betts as playing on the previous song, "Same Thing" which then leads to "Dreams". However, there are three solos in a row. The first one is cleary Betts, and the third one is definitely Haynes. But the middle one is quite different than either of them and the seque is to Haynes as his slide comes in over the end of solo Nr 2. Does anyone know if Duane Betts stayed on stage for Dreams and doesn't show up on the setlist?

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I was at the show and have a copy of it and it's definitely Duane Betts playing on "Dreams". I remember it clearly and marked it on my tape at the time. I'm 100% sure. That was a fun run of shows, but they were LOUD back then. I remember my head hurting after the 2nd night!

 

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  posted on 2/4/2008 at 12:33 PM
Many many thanks. It is a killer version, and I would have to say that Duane Betts solo is much superior to daddy's

I wonder if the show will ever be remastered for commerical release. The entire performance is on fire.

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