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Denver Man
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John Scofield Question

#120921 2 years, 8 months ago
Did he only play with P&F those handful of shows in 2006? Any other times?
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wlewis
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Re: John Scofield Question

#120940 2 years, 8 months ago
i believe his first two sit ins were 2005 on the shadow of the moon tour

2005-12-03 (my first show i attended by myself) shea's theater, buffalo NY

www.archive.org/details/pf2005-12-03_dsbd.flac16

Set 1: Direwolf, Big Railroad Blues, Mr. Charlie, Eagles On The Highway> Jam> The Wicked Messenger> Jam (God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen tease)> Candyman, Casey Jones
Set 2: Space> Shakedown Street> Jam> Althea, New Speedway Boogie> Fire On The Mountain> Spacey Jam> Cowboy Movie> The Other One> Turn On Your Lovelight> Franklin's Tower
E: Donor Rap/Intros, Bertha
Band: Phil Lesh, Chris Robinson (vocals, guitar), John Scofield (guitar), John Molo (drums), Mookie Siegel (keys), Barry Sless (guitar+pedalsteel)

2005-12-04 washington st armory albany, ny

www.archive.org/details/pf2005-12-04_dsbd

Set 1: Just Another Whistle Stop> Jam> Loose Lucy, Friend Of The Devil> Big River, The Stranger (Two Souls In Communion)> Jam> Birdsong> Jam> Cold Rain & Snow
Set 2: US Blues, Sitting On Top Of The World, Jam> The Wheel> Jam> Eyes Of The World> I Know You Rider, You've Got To, Hide Your Love Away> All Along The Watchtower> Jam> Midnight Hour
E: Donor Rap/Intros, Not Fade Away
Band: Phil Lesh, Chris Robinson (vocals, guitar), John Scofield (guitar), John Molo (drums), Mookie Siegel (keys), Barry Sless (guitar+pedalsteel)

after that he did the first half of the summer 2006 tour and then phil's mountain jam show in 2007
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Re: John Scofield Question

#121122 2 years, 8 months ago
Loved both of those shows.My girlfriend and I had just started dating.Scofield killed it at both of them.W and I have mentioned this before but you all need to hear the Althea if you haven't already.The Buffalo show was sick.Albany was awesome as well!
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Denver Man
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Re: John Scofield Question

#121123 2 years, 8 months ago
Sweeeeet!! I have the sbds for both those shows!! Listening to that Althea now... WOW!! I'm liking Scofield's sound for sure. Holy shit!

Hell I wouldn't mind if CR showed up to Broomfield. Never was a big fan but he did something for me that first night at Red Rocks last year.

Damn you guys, these Phil shows coming up are going to be something special
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Terrapin Sedation
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Re: John Scofield Question

#121130 2 years, 8 months ago
For your convenience

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Re: John Scofield Question

#121146 2 years, 8 months ago
Terrapin Sedation wrote:
For your convenience

i posted this before.It is a great version.The crowd went nuts during Scofield's ending work.After it was over Phil said 'john Scofield ladies and gentlemen".It was white hot believe me!!
wlewis
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Re: John Scofield Question

#121152 2 years, 8 months ago
i hate to say it but you can't just listen to the althea. the entire space>shakedown>althea sequence must be listened straight through.
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Re: John Scofield Question

#121159 2 years, 8 months ago
I'm totally unfamiliar with his work, but I definitely hear a Roy Buchanan influence in his playing. I'm pissed I didn't tune in to TRI when he played a couple of weeks ago.
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