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Re: Setlist - Furthur - Terrapin Crossroads - 6/28/12

#167727 2 years, 3 months ago
amusingdeva wrote:
is it grilled cheese time?


Grilled cheese and donor rap!
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Re: Setlist - Furthur - Terrapin Crossroads - 6/28/12

#167728 2 years, 3 months ago
Sustainabill wrote:
Furthur address on Twitter #furthur provides setlist also

You are quite helpful thanks but I must just be having twitter issues as furthurband not updating either. Although I did get an update from deadheadland earlier.

MUCH easier just to be there live and in person!
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Re: Setlist - Furthur - Terrapin Crossroads - 6/28/12

#167729 2 years, 3 months ago
E: Not Fade Away
Last Edit: 2 years, 3 months ago by amusingdeva.
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Re: Setlist - Furthur - Terrapin Crossroads - 6/28/12

#167730 2 years, 3 months ago
Chester wrote:
Just wondering, would they make more selling cd's of these shows, or would they have made more on a pay per view?


Hard to say. The pay-per-view might make more in the short term but a set of CDs could be out there for a long time. And it doesn't have to be a box of all the shows. It could be, say, three discs of highlights. Something that could be stocked at Best Buy or Walmart, like various Gov't Mule releases. That might satisfy everyone. The obssessives get a chunk of very desirable music while the casual fan can get a taste of the band in an optimum setting.
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Re: Setlist - Furthur - Terrapin Crossroads - 6/28/12

#167731 2 years, 3 months ago
Most of the Time had JK on fiddle, JP on acoustic guitar and I guess Bob had some issues (described as "Thin Man-itis from Bob")

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Re: Setlist - Furthur - Terrapin Crossroads - 6/28/12

#167732 2 years, 3 months ago
Equinox wrote:
Chester wrote:
Just wondering, would they make more selling cd's of these shows, or would they have made more on a pay per view?


Hard to say. The pay-per-view might make more in the short term but a set of CDs could be out there for a long time. And it doesn't have to be a box of all the shows. It could be, say, three discs of highlights. Something that could be stocked at Best Buy or Walmart, like various Gov't Mule releases. That might satisfy everyone. The obssessives get a chunk of very desirable music while the casual fan can get a taste of the band in an optimum setting.


But, there must be a drop off in value, of the cd's, after 4 months, because they release them on the archives.
So, there's a limited market. But the pay per view, times four nights, could potentially be huge. Hard to say.
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Re: Setlist - Furthur - Terrapin Crossroads - 6/28/12

#167733 2 years, 3 months ago
amusingdeva wrote:
Most of the Time had JK on fiddle, JP on acoustic guitar and I guess Bob had some issues (described as "Thin Man-itis from Bob")

Night everyone!


Thank you so much for the setlist, and up dates. Have a good night.
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Re: Setlist - Furthur - Terrapin Crossroads - 6/28/12

#167734 2 years, 3 months ago
Wonder if we'll get free grilled cheese at all the shows?
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Re: Setlist - Furthur - Terrapin Crossroads - 6/28/12

#167736 2 years, 3 months ago
Chester wrote:
Equinox wrote:
Chester wrote:
Just wondering, would they make more selling cd's of these shows, or would they have made more on a pay per view?


Hard to say. The pay-per-view might make more in the short term but a set of CDs could be out there for a long time. And it doesn't have to be a box of all the shows. It could be, say, three discs of highlights. Something that could be stocked at Best Buy or Walmart, like various Gov't Mule releases. That might satisfy everyone. The obssessives get a chunk of very desirable music while the casual fan can get a taste of the band in an optimum setting.


But, there must be a drop off in value, of the cd's, after 4 months, because they release them on the archives.
So, there's a limited market. But the pay per view, times four nights, could potentially be huge. Hard to say.


Good points. It's also entirely possible that these shows will be made available through the normal channels but G & H are just giving their new set of Weir-Robinson-Greene Trio downloads a chance to run their course.
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Re: Setlist - Furthur - Terrapin Crossroads - 6/28/12

#167737 2 years, 3 months ago
Chester wrote:
Wonder if we'll get free grilled cheese at all the shows?


That'd be a nice touch. It's quickly becoming a trademark!
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