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Re: 3/20 TheTower#3834 3 years agoI'm not a big fan of "colors of the rain", but St Stephen>Born Cross eyed>Watchtower>Sittin on top of the world, was spectacular!I can't come down, it's plain to see.
I can't come down, I've been set free.
Who you are, and what you do,
don't make no difference to me.
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Re: 3/20 TheTower#3863 3 years agoShakedown st.
Hell in a bucket
Colors of the rain
Born Cross eyed>
Sittin on top of the world
So many roads
E - Ripple
Seat = Left Orch Center Row E ( Thanks Hermie )
Shakedown = Was a nice opener. Very solid
Fadeaway = Total energy killer IMO ( they could seem to figure out which tempo they wanted to use) As the one guy aside of me said I wish this song would fadeaway.
Row Jimmy = Very well done ( 7:19 of video of this one)
Bucket = Packed a nice little punch!
Good Lovin' = Another one very nicely done
Wharf Rat = Solid (IMO not as good as the one in Reading on 11/16/10) but it did the job ( 6 min of video of this one)
Passenger = I can take or leave this tune.... tight version
Casey Jones = not too shabby (sing along)
Golden Road = Nice choice for 2nd set opener
Colors = This is my favorite of the new tunes. I've heard this 3 times and it gets better each time
St Stephen = They nailed it! The jam hits a few nice spots
Born Cross Eyed = Continued the 60's theme Solid
Watchtower = A nice surprise rocker
Sittin' = Nice version ... had the place up and movin'
Mountain song = I would like to see a Crosby sit in on this one sometime
So Many Roads = Strong and very solid version
Sugar Magnolia/SSDD = Total rockers to end the 2nd set
E - Ripple = to send us on our way.......
Thanks to all who made last night possible.......If you want it your way, go to Burger King!