Take Me Out To The Ball Game....I mean the Furthur Show! Look out for the inside pitch on the outside corner. Be sure to bring your left-handed monkey wrench!
the mann was hopin last night!!!
thinkin bout blowin work off again today....
have fun tonight and be safe!!!
Gonna be a hot one today!!!Stay hydrated!!!We'll be leaving in 2 hours or so.
Be very interested to hear about the vibe at the HOF today with the influx of Heads and baseball fans and head-baseball fans mingling (New Mingling?) together in that very beautiful town of Cooperstown, I can't imagine a cooler place to see a show, but these bones don't travel that well no more.
Have fun folk, and remember leave nothing but footprints and $$$$.
photo of Bobby today at Baseball Hall of Fame
thanks to Jeff Pehrson for sharing on twitter
Say hey Bobbie
Anybody know what time the show starts tonight and if there will be a stream?
Show starts at 7 according to website...Anyone know works22 and whether he just might be streaming tonite?
Anybody at the show?
Here we go...
is there a stream? what's the link?
music never stopped
While waiting for possible stream, I saw that Friday's show is on archive. Truckin over there tonight (it wasn't streamed Friday so it's new to me)...peace.
pride of cucamunga
black throated wind
not working can anyone help
West LA Fadeaway
It isn't streaming from works22. Anyone got another?
Set I Doubleday Field Cooperstown,NY 7/14/03
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Black Throated Wind
West LA Fadeaway
>>>>> I saw that Friday's show is on archive.
Listening to that now. Birdsong. Apparently The Whistler is back . . . shades of the days of the Q . . . .
Last nights stellar show is on Bit torrent too.
First set looks epic
our phriend kfender hooked us up with his phone
Mighty Casey At The Bat
might casey at the bat..so bobby recited the famous poem?...and...did he remember all of the words?...lol...guess we r on our way to dark star
So nice to have the stream up. Thank you Kevin!
Fun while it lasted.
Dark Star verse 1>
Sounds like Estimated to me.
this one seems live http://m.ustream.tv/channel/drfobs-stream
I think you broke my computer Chris. That was some sloppy phish. I can't listen after taking in 80+ shows in the early 90s.
apologies..for last post..just kinda sick of hearin from da complainers!! any who sweet show out at da ballpark..!! yes ! an heya Taper rob will u b at NH ?
Music Never Stopped
Pride of Cucamonga
Black Throated Wind
West LA Fadeaway
Casey at Bat
Standing On The Moon
Set 2 Doubleday Field Cooperstown, NY
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Sampson and Deliah
Very much an Americana set list.
All that from a ballfield... it musta been a blast!
Heads who were able to attend this show were very lucky. I wish I could have been there. What did you think?
The last Bobby -Standing on the Moon I heard at the Capitol show was very moving. I will have to listen to this version.
Got to think the band had a great time in Cooperstown. See shot of Weir at HOF in earlier post. Ran into Chimenti just sitting outside HOF having a cigarette and waiting on other to come out. Other turned out to be Pherson, Sunshine, the roadie who picked Bob up at the Cap, the band manager and some children. They all jumped into golf cars and scooted to show for soundcheck.
Cooperstown is very small, 3 roads in and out. Got in and out with zero hassles. Great to see a show outdoors on flat ground.
Baseball themed show with Mighty Casey and during Gloria, Weir goes into a Pigpen like rap all about going around the bases and scoring. Well played!
It is up on Sugarmegs already.
It was a fun show on the baseball field ! Mighty Casey was appropo. Had a brief rain shower during the 1st set which everyone enjoyed due to the heat and there was a rainbow in the sky. The moon also kept everyone company as it was above the stage for a long time...
Shakey Ground ~ an appropriate choice for all those folks questioning Bobby lately.
Strong show from my listen.
Music had a nice up beat tempo. Even the shakey ground was not bad. The cumberland > Casey > cumberland was really nice. I like that they are stretching cumberland waaay out these days. I think this band does a good foolish heart.
Second set. The Dark Star > Terrapin is good with JK using a nice almost accustic sound on the terrapin. The Bertha smoked.
Better than the night before which was better than the night before...
Sweeeeet show at a classic venue! From start to finish this was a page out of the 'ol tour handbook.
Hats off to Cooperstown, Heads filled the village as if it were our own, strolling down the streets to the ballpark for a show, Just Classic!!! I say... Through one of the best Shakedowns seen in a while then out onto the ball field. Not too crowded with good space up front. The show seemed to flip back and forth from 1972 to 1982....
Which gave me sonic whiplash but took me back to Hershey 85, maybe it was the rain? Although the framed out tent cover was a bit more protective than the make shift tarp at Hershey which leaked prolifically and nearly electrocuted the band, but only a bit.....
Did anyone else see the dude running the base path of Double Day Field Sunday during the 2nd set? I know others saw the rainbow earlier and then the crescent moon. But this trot was a full moon!
I will remember this show fondly, and of the 1st 4 shows of the tour, of which I attended all of them I rank this one solidly behind Philly as the second best.
The town of Cooperstown was very beautiful and quaint, the shakedown which stretched like a snake around the outside of the building was one of the most active Shakedowns i've ever seen.
I smoked a joint in the bleachers before the show watching the rain clouds come in, it was a very pleasant summer shower during Music Never Stopped, and a highlight of the 1st set for me was the cover of Shaky Ground. for the most part the 1st set didn't really do it for me.
The second set started out with a bang, a guy next to me called a cumberland blues opener to the set well before the band had even taken the stage. I moved closer to the stage, and settled in for a beautiful second set- loved the all American theme, with a perfect crescent moon right above the boys, and a quaint American neighborhood right behind them, " from the northwest corner of a brand new crescent moon, crickets and cicades sing a rare and different tune.."
23 minute Darkstar, very jammy into Terrapin Station. I usually dont like Gloria as a set closer, but with the improv baseball rap from Bobby it was a highlight!
Since the comments for this one seem to be a little light, I just hafta say that this was an awesome show. The Music Never Stopped in and of itself was a biblical experience, the heavens opened and baptized all of us with cool rain ... "a rainbow full of sound," and we get an actual rainbow. I mean c'mon.
The first set was way better than it may look on paper especially if you were on the right medication ... and Casey Jones was reminiscent of those 1971 versions that just rocked the climax.
then the 2nd set was just pure bliss. Great jammed out Cumberland, Casey at the Bat for comic relief, and then yeah Dark Star-Terrapin, it was beautiful, the stars, the moon, Standing on the Moon and then everybody dancing hard to Bertha ... Bertha was so powerful, as was Gloria ... never thought I could dig a Gloria so much, first one since Oct 2012 (nice treat) ... then we get a rockin Samson encore ...Bertha through Samson just didn't let up ... so yeah, great show ... can't wait for Canandaigua tomorrow :-) ... peace
It never ceases to amaze me all the different opinions about the same shows. I was also at the first 4 shows of the tour. I love the band and started seeing them with jerry when i was 17. (i'm 40 now) I am a tough critic sometimes, but i thought philly was a sleeper and so did the majority of the people i spoke to. hell in a bucket and estimated were so slow that it hurt. I thought they played alot of the same setlist that thy have given philly for the past 2 years with a few songs (st stephen). I thought brooklyn was also a sleeper, i'm sorry if i'm pissing anyone off. just my opinion. I thought holmdel was great- a little more upbeat. (even with the bad rain) I thought cooperstown may have been a perfect show- great setlist, weather, crowd, town, chill police, great shakedown, and a great jammed, setlist. if bobby hadnt had forgotten almost the entire sotm it might have been perfect, not that it rewened my show but after te darkstar>terrapin magic it was a real buzz kill. I was amazed at how great bobby came back with the gloria and samson (i figured he was wasted or something to forget the song so badly), but he recovered like a champ and his rounding the bases rap with finger pointed to the outfieold was aesome!!! I just thank the grateful gods that we are still able to even join these boys on a tour! I will be forever grateful!! glad i stayed on tour for cooperstown