Hello! Anybody going to be at the Fall River show on the eighth? Looking forward to seeing the new, improved, and sundried David Nelson! Goodies are at the ready, hope to see you there.
I won't be able to make it, wish I could.
Looks like I will have to wait until April to see them.
Please post a review and let us know how the show was. Have fun!
how was the show?
my friend just emailed me the setlist from the show last night.
Jean Rimsky Theater at the Landmark
Port Washington, NY
Rocky Road Blues
I Don't Know You
Absolutely Sweet Marie
Take A Letter Maria
Rainy Day Women #'s 12 & 35
Yow! Nice lookin' setlist!!
That encore looks like a whole 'nother set!
The show was as good as any i have been to. The venue was an art center on the second floor of an old mill building from the turn of the last century. Peeking out the window provided a great view of the waterfront in Fall River.
The show began with Buddy sitting down at his old steel guitar and anouncing that the new one got sent back to Japan. Tired of fighting with it is what he said. He apoligised in advance for what might not come out of the old one.
Scarecrow did his usual awsome opening and locals with stadium seat cushons in hand staked their claims ai thair favorite church piew. Coolers filled with bring your own refreshments began lineing up and after about a fifty minute delay the show was on.
The setlist was a bit of a new one on me but a nice mix of familiar and not so tunes.
Set 1: I Dont Know You, Contract, Whatcha Gonna Do, Lochinvar, Garden Of Eden, You Angel You, Truck Drivin' Man, Lonesome LA Cowboy, Peggy-O, Henry
Set 2: Raga For Jerry, Portland Woman, Minglewood, Whiskey, Sutter's Mill, Higher, Diamond Joe, Friend Of The Devil, Sliding Delta Blues, Any Naked Eye, Instant Armadillo, Der Amanap, Panama Red, E: Rainy Day Woman, Ripple
The clasics like Friend Of The Devil and Any Naked Eye always make me smile but the long jams are what make the shows for me. And all warnings to the contrary notwhithstanding Buddy and David led some of the longer jams I'v heard and they were great! My friend Scott came hoping to hear Lonesome L A Cowboy and he got his wish. This made for a happy guy going home remembering the evening in the car.
Thanks to Julie ( the crazy north california dancing girl) for a great show magnet design which i handed out throughout the show to lots of surprides and smiling faces. And thanks also to Paulie & Cindy for the Greatfull Dead CDs that i'm am playing now and finding some stuff i did not have in my collection.
thanks for the review. sounds like a good one!
On 2/9 Jeff Mattson sat in from Dirty Business on, FYI. The show was so much fun!
so they let people bring a cooler of beer in with them??
Yes! there was beer and wine and a good bit of the harder stuff. I'm not much of a drinker and i can't take even the smell of beer, but were it not so i could have come away quite messed up on just the beers and wine i was offered. Scott is reformend for the last twelve years or so and he held his ground very well though i don't envy him having to resist the temptation for the whole night. But the other thing was DANCERS!! There were dancers at this show like i've never seen. Previously i've always seen one or two people get up and dance to the music but that was it. At this show however there had to be twenty or thirty people that danced the whole night.
sbd is up for download at Lossless Legs
yeah, and 02/10 should be up there tonight.
>>The show began with Buddy sitting down at his old steel guitar and anouncing that the new one got sent back to Japan. Tired of fighting with it is what he said. He apoligised in advance for what might not come out of the old one.
Good news. I am listening to the Landmark show right now and the pedal steel sounds much better then recent shows. There seemed to be out of place volume swells with his new one. Pretty erratic.