Here we go! Furthur & Furthur & still Furthur still!
Black Peter tonight...pretty please!
WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT! Let the show begin!
whoa - where am I? Is this place different then the regular message board? Is this some alternate dimension? The date is the same, and everything looks the same, but these are not the same posts as the other place... I think I like it. It seems more exclusive. Hey sounds like the band just hit the stage.
I friggin' LOVE Hey Pokey Way! This show is kickin off with a nice start. "I said hey!" A 1987 breakout gem
Only 3 threads and no arguing tonight, where the hell am I
The original recording of this song by The Meters and other recordings by the group use the title Hey Pocky A-Way. The majority of other recordings use the title Hey Pocky Way. The song was written in 1974. It incorporates traditional chants and a drum rhythm that was first used by Meters drummer Zig Modeliste on the Dr. John song Shoo Fly Marches On. Composers: Joseph Modeliste / Athur Neville / Leo Nocentelli / George Porter / Traditional
"The Last Time" is a song by the English rock band The Rolling Stones. This was The Rolling Stones' first British single written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, although Keith Richards admitted in the 2003 book According to the Rolling Stones that '... we came up with The Last Time, which was basically re-adapting a traditional Gospel song that had been sung by the Staple Singers, but luckily the song itself goes back into the mists of time.
dammit keith - I actually had to wiki hey pocky - I've become dependent on you.
this is better
haven't heard this since radio city a few years ago, that was a great show. This version sounds a little tamer unfortunately. I always wanted them to break it out again
thanks for that link, I've never seen it before. I'll probably spend a lot of time there.
Train in Vain" is a song by the British punk rock band The Clash. It was released as the third and final single from their third studio album, London Calling (1979
"Train in Vain" is a song by the British punk rock band The Clash that Furthur just did no justice too.
Port Chester, NY
April 24, 2013
Hey Pocky Way >
The Last Time
Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo
Greatest Story Ever Told
Lazy River Road
Train in Vain
Alabama Getaway >
Big Railroad Blues
Big Railroad Blues was written by Noah Lewis in 1928 who was a member of Cannon's Jug Stompers. There appear to be no recorded covers of the song prior to the release of the Grateful Dead version in 1971. The Dead, who first performed the song in 1966, presumably based their version of the song on the Cannon's Jug Stompers recording
I'll have to agree. I saw The Clash play it in Philly in the early 80s and it was way more punked out and rockin'
I saw them do it at radio city around two years ago and it was more lively and had a cool guitar solo. I thought it was a little lacking then but this version just blew
Capitol Theatre (aka The PorCh)
Port Chester, NY
Wed. 4/24/13 [Night #8 of 9 night run]
I: (~8:14 - ~9:15pm)
1. Hey Pocky Way >
2. The Last Time
3. Miss. Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo
4. Greatest Story Ever Told
5. Lazy River Road
6. Train in Vain
7. Alabama Getaway >
8. Big Railroad Blues
Listen Set I:
II: (~10:07 - 11:40pm)
1. St. Stephen >
2. The Eleven >
3. Magnolia Mountain(Ryan Adams) >
4. Playing in the Band >
5. Dear Mr. Fantasy >
6. Hey Jude Coda >
7. Black Peter >
8. Shakedown Street >
9. Box Of Rain
Attics Of My Life
Listen Set II:
Repeats from prev. 7 shows:
St. Stphn, The 11, Playin, Shakedwn, Box
It wasn't me who started the 2nd thread late...said the little lamb. Check the time stamp.
And who's been sleeping in my bed?
Why it's Tom Ripple, of course! Hi Tom.
another repeat - Dear Mr. Fantasy