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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 10:23 PM
gondicar! Hope you're on for tomorrow night!

Thanks to all !

 

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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 10:24 PM
This show will be tough to top. INCREDIBLE.
 

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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 10:25 PM
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((((Matt))))

You comin' to Wanee?



I'll be there with one of my daughters !!!

 

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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 10:28 PM
Ya gotta trhis Moogis thing. Got the whole family and friend s gathered around the computor at beautiful Maple Lake (Haliburton Ontario Canada) watching the Brothers rip it up again tonight. God Bless Butch. Moogis for another 4 nights then live for two see yall there.

 

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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 10:28 PM
A few more from the encore...



 

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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 10:29 PM
Hey dhatch! Great job as well!

Hope you're here tomorrow, too!

 

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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 10:29 PM
One last pic from tonight...only appropriate to close it out with the MOOGIS MAN...thanks Butch, it is all you envisioned and more!

See y'all tomorrow night!

 

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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 10:31 PM
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Now that's what I'm talkin' 'bout

 

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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 10:31 PM
That show was a bit shorter than the other three.

 

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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 10:31 PM
WOW!! Last two nights have been great! Now back to Moogis & catch that fantastic Statesboro Blues encore again! Can't wait for tomorrow night. Thanks to all that made this thread entertaining tonight with pics & updates & all. Boz Scaggs sitting in tonight and the Jukes! Whew! Glad tomorrow's Saturday. This ol' cowboy gotta get some rest.

 

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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 10:31 PM
Tremendous show tonight!! I love the horns, it took the band up and got them in the groove tonight. All night it kept getting better. If I wrote a fantasy setlist, it wouldn't be what they played tonight, but they got everything out of every song they performed tonight. Completely locked in. Derek was really on his game, a lot more than last night. Everyone was tonight. The interplay between Warren & Oteil in Whipping Post was unreal. One of the best versions. I love that first part of Warren's WP solo. There was some serious stuff going on there. Dereks solo in WP was amazing also. Loan Me a Dime, worth the price of admission alone.
 

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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 10:33 PM
My favorite so far.
 
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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 10:35 PM
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That show was a bit shorter than the other three.


Less than 10 mins than the average, so not bad.

 

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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 10:35 PM
WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
My first post here in a lonnng time.
All I can say is MOOGIS rules. And so does Derek. And Warren, and Gregg....
Seriously, that was amazing....the jam during WP, when DT was fanning the strings...I'm numb.
But a good numb.

nite y'all. eat that peach!

 

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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 10:38 PM
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That show was a bit shorter than the other three.


Less than 10 mins than the average, so not bad.


I thought the set break was shorter tonight? Was expecting JaBuMa tonight...

 

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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 10:44 PM
My Review for Tonight's Show:

3/13/09 Review by gina
They opened tonight with Midnight Rider, which is their theme song, even though if you asked most people they would say Statesboro is their theme song. Midnight Rider is about hope that against all odds, one can prevail. Recognizing that no matter what happens in life, the road goes on forever, you just have to have the courage of your convictions to keep on and evolve as you go along. The band has done that. Throughout the years and incarnations there have been many times people have said is this the end of the line for them? They refuse to give up on preserving the music as an art form. They revamp the songs and re-create the music in ways that keep people coming for 40 years.


They continue with old standbys and invite people that they have played with over the years to come together to celebrate their heritage and their heartfelt commitment to the blues. Southside Johnny’s Juke Horns accompanied them tonight and it was great. Gregg said many years back that Duane wanted to get some horns in the band, but back then they could not afford to incorporate anything like the Memphis Horns, even though that’s the sound they love for it’s soulfulness. Boz Scaggs also joined them tonite, Duane played with Boz in Muscle Shoals on one of the songs performed tonight, Loan Me A Dime. Duane had said of his time in Muscle Shoals that he was disillusioned much of the time because he was there as a sessions man ‘tryin’ to get off on stuff that couldn’t’ve been gotten off on’, yet many of us still loved what he did during that time. Tonight Derek was at the helm and he was fantastic doing what Duane would have done if he was here playin’ tonight. Even Butch got up and gave a standing ovation to Boz Scaggs and the entire band clapped for him on the outcome of that song. Beautiful.


Another bright spot of the night was Gregg singing the Bobby Bland “Ain’t No Love In the Heart of the City” with the Juke Horns, the sound was great. Passionate homage to the blues and to Duane too.


Oteil had a nice solo on That Same Thing, and even though they have done this during this Beacon Run, it is different each night, the horn section was smiling at Derek for his work on tonight and deservedly so.


Warren took the first break on No One Left to Run With and and shines on it with his slide work. People have criticized Gregg’s vocals, my only critique would be that the range he sang the song in, seemed a little unusual. Otherwise he has been consistent and right on target with his vocals throughout this run. Derek also had a nice solo.


The encore on Whippin’ Post was phenomenal. It is the closest version to the original version the band played with Duane I have ever heard. What is even more remarkable is Gregg’s evolution. He has finally left his bad times past behind him, singing “nothing seemed to change, the bad times stayed the same” note the past tense, seemed and stayed; meaning he ain’t there anymore. For many years he sung in the present tense “nothing seems to change, the bad times stay the same” because his songs are a reflection of his life, and until now, it was all Whippin’ Post. Now he can be happy, he has risen like a Phoenix out of the ashes to the highest accolades possible. Knowing that the road does go on forever and not only has he arrived intact, but that the fans that brought him to his stature, will be there with him on that road till time is no more.

 

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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 10:50 PM
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My Review for Tonight's Show:

3/13/09 Review by gina
They opened tonight with Midnight Rider, which is their theme song, even though if you asked most people they would say Statesboro is their theme song. Midnight Rider is about hope that against all odds, one can prevail. Recognizing that no matter what happens in life, the road goes on forever, you just have to have the courage of your convictions to keep on and evolve as you go along. The band has done that. Throughout the years and incarnations there have been many times people have said is this the end of the line for them? They refuse to give up on preserving the music as an art form. They revamp the songs and re-create the music in ways that keep people coming for 40 years.


They continue with old standbys and invite people that they have played with over the years to come together to celebrate their heritage and their heartfelt commitment to the blues. Southside Johnny’s Juke Horns accompanied them tonight and it was great. Gregg said many years back that Duane wanted to get some horns in the band, but back then they could not afford to incorporate anything like the Memphis Horns, even though that’s the sound they love for it’s soulfulness. Boz Scaggs also joined them tonite, Duane played with Boz in Muscle Shoals on one of the songs performed tonight, Loan Me A Dime. Duane had said of his time in Muscle Shoals that he was disillusioned much of the time because he was there as a sessions man ‘tryin’ to get off on stuff that couldn’t’ve been gotten off on’, yet many of us still loved what he did during that time. Tonight Derek was at the helm and he was fantastic doing what Duane would have done if he was here playin’ tonight. Even Butch got up and gave a standing ovation to Boz Scaggs and the entire band clapped for him on the outcome of that song. Beautiful.


Another bright spot of the night was Gregg singing the Bobby Bland “Ain’t No Love In the Heart of the City” with the Juke Horns, the sound was great. Passionate homage to the blues and to Duane too.


Oteil had a nice solo on That Same Thing, and even though they have done this during this Beacon Run, it is different each night, the horn section was smiling at Derek for his work on tonight and deservedly so.


Warren took the first break on No One Left to Run With and and shines on it with his slide work. People have criticized Gregg’s vocals, my only critique would be that the range he sang the song in, seemed a little unusual. Otherwise he has been consistent and right on target with his vocals throughout this run. Derek also had a nice solo.


The encore on Whippin’ Post was phenomenal. It is the closest version to the original version the band played with Duane I have ever heard. What is even more remarkable is Gregg’s evolution. He has finally left his bad times past behind him, singing “nothing seemed to change, the bad times stayed the same” note the past tense, seemed and stayed; meaning he ain’t there anymore. For many years he sung in the present tense “nothing seems to change, the bad times stay the same” because his songs are a reflection of his life, and until now, it was all Whippin’ Post. Now he can be happy, he has risen like a Phoenix out of the ashes to the highest accolades possible. Knowing that the road does go on forever and not only has he arrived intact, but that the fans that brought him to his stature, will be there with him on that road till time is no more.

Great review and great pick up on the whippin post words.

 

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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 10:51 PM
Good read, gina.

Thank you, and good-night

 

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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 11:05 PM


awesome tonight....someone posted that the second song of first set was Sick & Tired..by Ronnie Hawkins...not sure..just saw it posted...Lovin' my moogis seat...Peace,

 

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  posted on 3/13/2009 at 11:59 PM
just walked in, what an evening of music, first time in probably 20 beacon shows that i caught the horns and what a night, southbound into the mystic and loan me a dime.

nobody left to run with after an unbelieveable version of the same thing and wasted words.

then to top it off whipping post with some of the best guitar I have ever heard. Oteil is incredible. what a night, even bruce willis blew it out on harmonica

stilll have 3 shows left to see but this was one for the ages.

 
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