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Sustainabill
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Set List: Furthur at Edgefield, September 27, 2012

#196411 2 years ago




Thursday, September 27, 2012
Furthur at Edgefield
2126 S.W. Halsey St.
Troutdale, OR

Doors: 4:30
Show: 6:00

Set I
Hell in a Bucket
Hey Pocky Way
My Brother Esau
Brown-Eyed Women
Ramble on Rose
Dupree's Diamond Blues
Sugaree
Box of Rain


Set II
The Music Never Stopped
Deal
Polythene Pam >
She Came in Through the Bathroom Window >
Bird Song >
Truckin' >
New Speedway Boogie >
King Solomon's Marbles
Death Don't Have No Mercy
Not Fade Away
audience Not Fade Away

donor rap

Mighty Quinn (Quinn the Eskimo)


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Last Edit: 2 years ago by Sustainabill.
Sustainabill
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Re: Setlist:The Edgefield Thursday, September 27, 2012

#196414 2 years ago
from www.edgefieldconcerts.com/index.php?page=furthur

“Furthur Show” Reminders
Here's a few specific reminders about our normal venue rules at Edgefield for these very special shows:

No camping is allowed
No overnight parking
No RVs, camping trailers or buses
No tailgating
No campfires
No illegal drugs
No outside food, alcohol or beverages
No vending of any kind
No pets

“Furthur Show” Parking
Here's a few specific reminders about our normal parking rules at Edgefield for these very special shows:

East and West lots will open at 12 noon, day of show
Lots will close at 11:30 p.m. on Thursday, 12 midnight on Friday and Saturday
Limited parking spaces are available
We recommend carpooling or taking public transportation (see our "Parking page" for transit suggestions)
No RVs, camping trailers or buses allowed
Alcohol is not allowed in any parking lots at any time
Download Parking Map PDF

“Furthur Show” Camping

No camping allowed anywhere on or around the Edgefield property- no exceptions!
For your convenience, many campsites are in the vicinity (look for the blue icons): Ainsworth, on the Gorge, is the closest. There are also several hotels available in the area.
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Chester
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Re: Setlist:The Edgefield Thursday, September 27, 2012

#196428 2 years ago
Bill, you should just be the setlist guy. You do it so well.
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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FurthurFlower67
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Re: Setlist:The Edgefield Thursday, September 27, 2012

#196430 2 years ago
Thanks to all the FFF for making the set list thread possible!! Its what this community is about....LOVE!!!
Dreams are lies...it's the dreaming that's real!!!!
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Re: Setlist:The Edgefield Thursday, September 27, 2012

#196433 2 years ago
Chester wrote:
Bill, you should just be the setlist guy. You do it so well.

I really enjoy this endeavor! Hopefully I won't be needed for the last 2 of these 3 at the Edgefield. I found a ride, and am looking for tickets. Any help would be welcome. The Seattle show was wonderful, and it's too difficult to stay home when I know what adventure lies across the Oregon border.
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Last Edit: 2 years ago by Sustainabill.
FurthurFlower67
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Good Love!

Re: Setlist:The Edgefield Thursday, September 27, 2012

#196439 2 years ago
Sustainabill wrote:
Chester wrote:
Bill, you should just be the setlist guy. You do it so well.

I really enjoy this endeavor! Hopefully I won't be needed for the last 2 of these 3 at the Edgefield. I found a ride, and am looking for tickets. Any help would be welcome. The Seattle show was wonderful, and it's too difficult to stay home when I know what adventure lies across the Oregon border.


Wooooeeeee!!! Have fun Bill!!! I think Chester and I are the next two nights. I can't wait til my turn!
Dreams are lies...it's the dreaming that's real!!!!
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Re: Setlist:The Edgefield Thursday, September 27, 2012

#196441 2 years ago
That's great, Bill! Hope you get the tickets and have a couple more great shows!!


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Re: Setlist:The Edgefield Thursday, September 27, 2012

#196446 2 years ago
Furthur fans, don't miss this scenic drive that originates in Troutdale, OR. It's an incredible route! The 24 westernmost miles starting in Troutdale (at the eastern edge of urban Portland) provide access to dozens of hiking trails, Crown Point Vista House, and numerous waterfalls such as Multnomah Falls. This section forms a loop with the Mount Hood Scenic Byway.



Looking easterly, high above the Columbia River and the rush of the interstate highway...

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Last Edit: 2 years ago by Sustainabill.
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Re: Setlist:The Edgefield Thursday, September 27, 2012

#196451 2 years ago
ONEONTA TUNNEL is one of four tunnels on the Historic Columbia River Highway.

The Historic Columbia River Highway's alignment from Crown Point, milepost 23.9, to Horsetail Falls Bridge, milepost 34.6, takes the highway along one of the largest concentrations of high waterfalls in North America. Near its eastern end lies Oneonta Creek and Gorge. The name ''Oneonta,'' according to Oregon Geographic Names originates in Oneonta, New York, and means "place of peace". The Oregon Steam Navigation Company ran a sidewheeler named Oneonta on the Columbia, above and below its cascades, in the 1860s and 187Os. Oneonta Creek and Gorge probably were named sometime after the boat's construction.

In 1914, the Multnomah County Road Department and Samuel Lancaster sought to align the route so that it brought travelers to the mouth of Oneonta Gorge, a canyon so narrow that its basalt walls almost touch as they rise two hundred feet above the creek. Subsequently, the county built Oneonta Gorge Creek Bridge. Carrying the alignment past a nearby 200' bluff, a continuation of the Oneonta Gorge, proved more difficult. In the 1880s the Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Company (OWRN) had laid out its route along the Columbia River's south shore. Much or it was along the old Troutdale to The Dalles road begun in the 1870s. The OWRN's right-of-way crossed Oneonta Gorge Creek then passed through a narrow opening between the river and the bluff before continuing east. With the close proximity of the river and the cliff, there was no additional space to permit carrying the HCRH around the outcropping.

Determined to include Oneonta Gorge and nearby Horsetail Falls as two of the natural beauty spots on the HCRH's route, Lancaster resolved this dilemma by having a tunnel bored through the outcropping.

Photo1 Oneonta Bluffs circa 1908



Photo 2 Oneonta Tunnel, 1920



Photo 3 March 21, 2009

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Re: Setlist:The Edgefield Thursday, September 27, 2012

#196456 2 years ago
nice looks like taper Rob will be streaming again...
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