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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 01:06 AM
I've been getting text messages from Meg A. (MegWI) at RR and have been posting these as I've been receiving them. Pardon me if I get info wrong --- just posting what I know (Thanks for the messages Meg --- I'm glad you enjoyed the ones I sent to you from
Charter One):

YDLM
LMBAH
Les Brers
Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
?? Train to Cry ??
?? Superstitious w/ Susan T. on guitar ??
Don't Think Twice w/ Susan T. on vocals
Dreams (Derek on slide until amp problems then Warren took over)
Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
Franklin's Tower
Melissa (Gregg guitar)
LMBAH
--> Mountain Jam
----Oteil playing 'Little Martha' during JaBuMa
---> Dazed and Confused
Mountain Jam reprise

Encore:
Whipping Post

('Little Martha' over the PA)

Good night all (Thanks Meg)
Over and out @ 0130 CT (1230MT)




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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 03:07 AM
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?? Train to Cry ??



It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry?



 

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 08:01 AM
Leave My Blues at Home done twice in the same show? Sheep, I know you were at this one, wanna chime in here? Laptop with you?

 

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 09:09 AM
Sound's great except Dazed and Confused!!!!!!!!!

 

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 09:20 AM
Oh, Dannyspell, have you ever heard these guys do Dazed and Confused? My oh my....Warren chooses his covers wisely, and the Brothers pull this one off so well. I have been fortunate enough to hear it twice by ABB, and I would love to hear it again! Not really put into a regular rotation, because it would take away the novelty of it, but it is done so well (IMHO) that I am glad they throw it in the mix once in a while.

Just my $.02, and I wish I were there!!!!

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 09:24 AM
I'm sorry!!!!!!!!!

 

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 09:26 AM
Zep ought to stick in a Mountain Jam teaser.

 

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 09:28 AM
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Zep ought to stick in a Mountain Jam teaser.


I don't think they could pull it off as well as the brothers did Dazed last night..i have to say , it kicked ass

 

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 09:30 AM
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I don't think they could pull it off as well as the brothers did Dazed last night..i have to say , it kicked ass


A one man drum solo....nah

 

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 09:33 AM
I wish Dickey was back!!!!!!!!

 

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 09:34 AM
Dannyspell, why are you sorry? Everyone is entitled to their opinion, and I surely wasn't trying to come off as sounding pi$$ed...it ain't in me!

How was the weather last night for the show? How was the vibe?

Details, people!!!!!!

 

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 10:37 AM
sounds like a really good setlist LMBAH twice wow i love that song! got to get me a copy of this one...

 

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 10:45 AM
What an Epic show last night, one for the ages!! The weather could not have been more perfect, just beautiful. My first trip to RR and wow was it special. For those that have not been you need to do yourself a favor and check the place out. Just breathtaking. Ratdog played from 7 to 9:15 and ABB from 9:45 to 12:30. All of Ratdog came out for Franklins and Susan just crushed it on Ain't Superstitous playing the '59 Les Paul Derek has been using for the last week. Man that thing sings. The 2 solo Dreams was nice to see, I feel like it's been a while since they've done that but I could be wrong. I didn't notice the Amp problems for Derek as I'm sure my eyes were closed as I was in another place so sounds like it may not have been planned but regardless it was wonderful.
Robslob, the second LMBAH on the above setlist should be Black Hearted Woman. It was tasty.

 

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 11:19 AM
Last night's show was the best ABB show of the summer and of course the best of what I saw. Best best set list, all wonderfully performed. Everyone, Everyone was on. I think the altitude adjusts the attitude properly. LOL. I will try to fill in a few blanks and details.


YDLM - Gregg sounded real strong last and he looked might fine too.
LMBAH
Les Brers
Don't Keep Me Wonderin'

It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry (I love this tune, the guys were electric for it. It was a highlight for me as Bob Dylan has been in my cd player a lot lately and the tempo of the song is one I llike. Both RatDog's take on Dylan and this song by the ABB have resounded for me this summer and I was soooo happy to finally get my live dose of TALTL, TATTC by Gregg. He was fantastic on the vocals and keys last night.

Ain't Superstitious Warren on vocals (tremendous singing by Warren last night) about midway in the song Susan joins in with a Les Paul. I don't know which Les Paul but not the 59. I think this is a new guitar for her as I dont' recall seeing her play one before, She also came out for one or two more songs later on in the set, some of which were as a third guitarist.

Don't Think Twice w/ Susan T. on vocals - Man did she kill on this last night. She also came out to sing back up (with guitar too) on one of the RatDog songs, another Dylan tune. blanking on title right now.

Dreams (Derek on slide until amp problems then Warren took over) There was a lot of jamming on this one.

Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad - Again another great vocal performance by Warren and both Warren and Derek rocked on the guitars with this one.

Franklin's Tower Bob Weir sang lead vocals, with Susan and Warren doing some backing vocals. Jeff Chementi on keys, not the B3, which Gregg was playing throughout. Mark Karan (guitar) and Kenny Brooks (sax) with RatDog's drummer on Jaimoe's kit, and Marc Quinoes's relative (can't recall his name right now) on Marc's kit and Butch on his. Derek and Warren also on guitars of course and I think Susan was on her guitar too though not 100% certain, but she was in the mix vocally with this one. There was a lot of musicians on the stage and the song came off really great.

Melissa (Gregg guitar) - A very strong performance

There was also a very strong performance of Black Hearted Woman too, but a little unsure of its set list position but i think here or after Mt Jam.

--> Mountain Jam -> bass solo -> Drums ---> Dazed and Confused -> Mountain Jam reprise
Here it gets a little tricky because at some point I know Jaimoe left his kit and his tech played for a song or too at some point in the night, I think it was before the Franklin's Tower, but again the order of things isn't my strong point. I do believe however Jaimoe was out for Mt Jam. Oteil starts off with bass and the 3 drummers. Then he goes on Butch's kit while Butch plays the 2 large drums that are part of his usual set up, no big kettle drum tonight. I certainly can't say how the drums sounded different from what they normally play but I think they changed up of a lot of the drumming this summer and tonight was no exception. So of course I thought that was it and NO Dazed and Confused, well WRONG, the rest of the band comes back on stage and resume Mt Jam and then as I hear them getting quieter, I know, BAM, the opening guitar lines for Dazed and Confused comes screaming into the airwaves and WOW, the crowd went wild. Another steal your face moment by the ABB and Warren, who again was very very strong on vocals last night.

Encore:
Whipping Post I don't think I can properly convey how much I loved hearing this song last night. Finally all was right with the rock and roll portion of my world. It confirmed, what I had some small doubts about this summer, no the road does not have a clear end point, ALL IS RIGHT WITH THE ABB. They are back and they will rock our socks off and I know the momentum will not be lost with the few weeks they are off the road. I think, wthoG, we will have Gregg and the band with us for way beyond the 40th. :-)

 

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 11:48 AM
angelemerald: Gotta love you babe, just gotta love you babe. You get critical at times, but then your love of the music just CONSUMES you. That's what I love about you. Let's be honest: only a week or less ago, in another thread, you were saying that ABB had repeated too many songs "within 150 miles or so of each other" (I quote from memory). You went on to say that you probably would quit traveling so much to see the band. Now, a week or so later, you, a New Yorker, are reporting from Red Rocks in Colorado, and absolutely GUSHING about the band again. That's not a criticism, it's an observation. Hard to stay negative for long, ain't it, babe?

 

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 12:07 PM
What an Awesome show!

Great setlist, sound was perfect, weather was incredible (especially as compared to last year).

Dreams was the highlight for me.

Enjoyed D&C more than ever. Better than Zep in some ways and Derek is just insane with all his Jimi Page moves.

I usually enjoy Rat Dog, but it looked like Bobby was ready to be done with Tour.

There was such a huge surge in energy when The ABB came on, compared to with Rat Dog.

DT, Warren and Susan all came out with Rat Dog. Susan had major sound issues and it took away from her ability to add to the mix.

Oh, Susan on Don't Think Twice was fantastic.

Overall, this is why we LOVE RED ROCKS!

 

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Oh, Dannyspell, have you ever heard these guys do Dazed and Confused? My oh my....Warren chooses his covers wisely, and the Brothers pull this one off so well. I have been fortunate enough to hear it twice by ABB, and I would love to hear it again! Not really put into a regular rotation, because it would take away the novelty of it, but it is done so well (IMHO) that I am glad they throw it in the mix once in a while.

Just my $.02, and I wish I were there!!!!

Peace!



I agree!!! Saw them play it on the last Beacon run and they smoked it!!!!!

 

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Oh, Dannyspell, have you ever heard these guys do Dazed and Confused? My oh my....Warren chooses his covers wisely, and the Brothers pull this one off so well. I have been fortunate enough to hear it twice by ABB, and I would love to hear it again! Not really put into a regular rotation, because it would take away the novelty of it, but it is done so well (IMHO) that I am glad they throw it in the mix once in a while.

Just my $.02, and I wish I were there!!!!

Peace!

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I love the way they slide into it-it is always a 'wow' moment and last night was no exception. Warren really sounded like the original Zep on it last night.

 

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 12:32 PM
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Dannyspell, why are you sorry? Everyone is entitled to their opinion, and I surely wasn't trying to come off as sounding pi$$ed...it ain't in me!

How was the weather last night for the show? How was the vibe?

Details, people!!!!!!

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91 degree day, clear night and was probably still 75 at the end of the show. I don't think Rat Dog people and ABB people really mesh that well at this point. But Red Rocks was/is still incredible. When it first started getting dark the sky above the 2 big rock formations was a deep blue with stars twinkling and lights on the Rocks.

 

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 12:35 PM
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I wish Dickey was back!!!!!!!!



Great Southern still tours from what I understand. Maybe if all of you Dickey instigaters would go to his shows he wouldn't have to cancel them.

Seriously, does every thread about the current ABB have to be hijacked by people bitching about wanting Dickey back. I love Dickey's music too, but it ain't happening people and those bring Dickey back posts are getting so old and tired.

The ABB are great just the way they are right now. The chemistry is there for all to see. They are probably gonna stay this way until the end so just accept it and leave it at that.

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 01:42 PM
oteil actually sang lead on a couple verses of Franklin's Tower.
 

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 02:06 PM
Yes, it's absolutely hard with quality music to stay negative for too long. I do still stand by my assessment of the Camden show and the repetitive set list there, which is about the only serious criticism I have ever had of any effort that Warren is involved in. I stand by my opinion that today, in this day and age, a band has to understand the repeat nature of their fan base. Almost as if to prove my suspicion, I said hello to a couple in the bar here yesterday (I saw they were not with the very very large group of people from the web site) so I said hello to them. I learned they are from New Jersey and that they usually do three Beacon shows a year and they were at Camden. Since it was their only show locally, I didn't even mention anything set list related and just agreed it was a great show. I mean why would I bring someone's head down when I know I have a particular view in terms of these stuff. But it did show me that yes, there are a lot of us repeat customers around and I think it is critical with the changes in the music business for bands to stay on their toes in terms of set list rotation.

I am so totally glad I decided to come to Red Rocks. It was hard to ignore two solo shows after Warren mentioned that he has a few new songs. And If a trip from NY to CO is what I had to do to get to hear It Takes a Lot to Laugh and a Train to Cry live, well then so be it. LOL.

The Red Rocks show was great and I must get this one and the Michigan show from the downloads. Now for someone who sees as many live shows as I do, for me to want to spend even more money on the band's music, that is compliment and a testament to the on going viability of the band.

And thanks Rob for your sweet comments. Let's just say I feared that I would want to stop seeing the band. Which is why maybe I take the time to even say anything at all. Right? I could just lurk or say everything was great and not be truthful. What I was concerned about was feeling that next year I would want to take a more limited approach to the ABB shows. Now I don't think I have to be concerned about taking that approach. LOL.

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angelemerald: Gotta love you babe, just gotta love you babe. You get critical at times, but then your love of the music just CONSUMES you. That's what I love about you. Let's be honest: only a week or less ago, in another thread, you were saying that ABB had repeated too many songs "within 150 miles or so of each other" (I quote from memory). You went on to say that you probably would quit traveling so much to see the band. Now, a week or so later, you, a New Yorker, are reporting from Red Rocks in Colorado, and absolutely GUSHING about the band again. That's not a criticism, it's an observation. Hard to stay negative for long, ain't it, babe?

 

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 02:08 PM
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oteil actually sang lead on a couple verses of Franklin's Tower.


Thanks for the reminder. A lot was happening on stage and I am still a little time zone confused.

I do love when Oteil sings. :-)

 

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 02:14 PM
doesn't he usually sing on franklins?

 

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  posted on 8/31/2008 at 02:16 PM
Accurate set list from the guys in the guest book.

Ydlm
Lmbah
Les brers
Dkmw
Train to laugh
I aint superstitous w/ susan
Don't think twice w/ susan
Dreams
Wdlgtbss-> drum tech in jai's kit
Franklin's w/ ratdog members
drummer on jai's, keyboard w/ gregg, bob, scott n mark karan in front, also a guest on marc's kit
Melissa
Black hearted woman->
Mj->jabumaOt->dazed n confused->MJ
Encore WP
Ended 12:25

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Yes Oteil usually does sing on Franklin's. Bob sang at least two verses and started the song off.

 

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