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What (Non-Led Zeppelin) Live Show or Song Are You Listening To At This Moment?

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OK I gotta hear some Les Claypool. Here's a show I went to right after 9/11. The crowd was defiant! Most of the people on flight #93 were from San Francisco! Let's Roll!

Gov't Mule, September, 20th 2001, at the Warfield Theater in San Francisco:

1st Set:

Bad Little Doggie (1)>

How Many More Years (1),

Thorazine Shuffle (1),

Greasy Granny's Gopher Gravy Pt. 1 (2)+>

Greasy Granny's Gopher Gravy Pt. 2 (1)+,

Tommy The Cat (2)+,

Shine On You Crazy Diamond (2+,

Since I’ve Been Loving You (1),

Mule (1)> Don’t Call Me Nigger, Whitey jam (1)> Mule (1)> Thank You (For lettin me be mice elf again) (1)> Third Stone from the Sun jam (1)> Mule (1)

2nd Set:

Blind Man In The Dark (3),

Lay Your Burden Down (3),

Fallen Down (3)> The Other One jam (3)> Fallen Down (3),

What Is Hip? (4)> Mule tease (4)> What Is Hip? (4),

Babylon Turnpike (4)+,

Compared To What (5),

Slow Happy Boys (6)+,

Voodoo Chile (7),

Key To The Highway (6),

Tomorrow Never Knows (8),

Keyboard intro > Soulshine (9),

Masters Of War (10)>

Rockin’ In The Free World (9)

Encore: Revolution (3),

Goin’ Out West (11)> Big Bottom tease (11)> Goin’ Out West (11)

Setlist Notes:

(1) Les Claypool on bass;

(2) Les on bass and vocals;

(3) Dave Schools on bass;

(4) Alphonso Johnson on bass;

(5) Alphonso on bass and Rob Barraco on organ;

(6) Jack Casady on bass, Pete Sears on piano and Chuck on organ;

(7) Jack on bass;

(8) Les on bass and vocals and Rob on organ;

(9) Dave on bass and Rob on organ;

(10) just Warren;

(11) Dave and Jack on bass, Rob on organ, Pete on accordian and Cecil Daniels on sax;

+ first time played

^This. On SIBLY now. Awesome. Thanks for recommending chef! :thumbsup:

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^This. On SIBLY now. Awesome. Thanks for recommending chef! :thumbsup:

Are you familiar with the Gov't Mule show from Halloween 2007? They play ALL of Houses of the Holy for the second set with special guest Audley Freed of the Black Crows (who backed Jimmy Page on his last tour) It was released as Holy Haunted House in 2008. http://mule.net/albums/holy-haunted-house/

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On a break at work listening to:

R.L. Burnside
07/26/97
Bele Chere Festival
Asheville, NC

01. Old Black Mattie
02. Shake ‘Em On Down
03. Fireman Ring The Bell
04. Long Haired Doney
05. Skinny Woman
06. Walkin’ Blues
07. Bad Luck And Trouble
08. Poor Boy*
09. Alice Mae*
10. Goin’ Down South*
11. Snake Drive*
12. Jumper On The Line*

* with Warren Haynes

Listen here: http://www.panicstream.net/vault/r-l-burnside-7261997-asheville-nc/

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Are you familiar with the Gov't Mule show from Halloween 2007? They play ALL of Houses of the Holy for the second set with special guest Audley Freed of the Black Crows (who backed Jimmy Page on his last tour) It was released as Holy Haunted House in 2008. http://mule.net/albums/holy-haunted-house/

Sounds cool, I'll give it a spin later. Thanks man!

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Thank you Kiwi! I'll have to try that from now on :friends:

You're very welcome, Icondo! Cheers! :friends:

Back on topic : Let's kick out the jams, mother f*ckers!! B)

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Watching bootlegged video of the Kinks in Paris, France 1965. This show rocks so hard!!! The band is on fire and the crowd is going wild! There are a few clips on YouTube but not the full show. The show is available on DVD now: http://www.amazon.com/Kinks-Paris-1965/dp/B008I5OIF2 but the official release has not corrected the synching problems and poor audio mix of what is on YouTube.

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Pink Floyd, Nov. 16, 1971, Washington DC, "Something From Nothing". Look at how long these versions are! This is an excellent show, just as good as famous bootleg "New Mown Grass" from the next day in San Diego.

DC and then the next night in SAN DIEGO?! Talk about crazy tour scheduling!

I'm still listening to Bob Marley Boston '76. Can't get enough of that "Rebel Music"

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