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  posted on 10/8/2015 at 07:31 PM
10.07.15 The Space at Westbury, Westbury, NY

Spots Of Time
Revolution Blues with Jerusalem Ridge ending
Patchwork Quilt
Blue Sky
Instrumental Illness
Lay Of The Sunflower
Blue Maiden's Tale
Company Man
Dusk Till Dawn
Hattiesburg Hustle >
Drums
Stranded In Self-Pity with Hottentot tease
Is It Me Or You
Skin It Back >
Jessica

Encore:
Georgia On A Fast Train with Justin Townes Earle (First Time)

 
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  posted on 10/8/2015 at 07:41 PM
Hattiesburg Hustle!!! Nice!!
 

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  posted on 10/9/2015 at 08:56 AM
Hattiesburg hustle was a highlight for sure. I really enjoyed this show. Was hoping for Coal Tattoo and maybe one of the Dylan covers he's been doing on this tour but overall it was a really solid show and the perfect break from the Mule to keep things fresh.
I think people think this is an acoustic tour to support the album but it's some sort of electric blues/folk hybrid. They really have a great sound going and Jeff Sipe is a really cool drummer.

Dusk Till Dawn and Spots of Time could have been great vehicles for the ABB if they kept going. By now the band would have been soaring on them and Warren really does a great job with them. Revolution Blues was also great. A good old deep Neil Young track. Same with Skin it Back and I really liked how Blue Sky and Jessica were played more laid back like the original albums vs the aggressive early 90's style. Perfect band to bring back that style.
Clear nods to Dickey Betts on this tour ?

I was kind of shocked that the venue was half empty. I basically walked up bought a ticket for $ 40.00 and was standing 10 ft from Warren. Can't beat that but I'm puzzled that he didn't draw more people out. ScoMule packed the place in March. I guess name recognition of the Mule is a draw.

I hope this doesn't keep Warren away from the venue because it's really a nice room. I'll pay $ 100.00 to see them at the beacon just because i never miss the night before new years but after ScoMule at this venue and seeing the Mule put on a much better show than 12/30/14 in Charleston in April in a tiny theatre with none of the NYC hassles and expenses, I sort of think for me, the time of the beacon has passed unless the ABB somehow comes back. I did't even bother for the TTB and I'm passing on Tuna this year.

Justin Townes Earl was good but it was the typical opening act playing for 1/4 empty place with the bar chatter over powering the music in some spots. He's good though and would work better seeing him at sit down place like City Winery.

What a year for Warren. To start with Sco/Mule then end the year in a totally 180 different direction like this ? Who else can do that ? The guy has been consistently great to my ears since I first listened to Seven Turns in 1990.

[Edited on 10/9/2015 by tommars]

 

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  posted on 10/9/2015 at 10:37 AM
How well attended was the show? Last night's DC show was a little over half house. The Warner holds about 1800 and I'd be surprised if there were 1100 at the performance.

I felt like I was in on a secret. The show was flat out fantastic. The Instrumental Illness > Machine Gun > Instrumental Illness was worth the price of admission. The "Watchtower" was blistering (although I really did want a "One More Cup of Coffee"). "Dusk till Dawn" was very well played and arranged, "Jessica", and "Blue Sky" were crowd favorites. The addition of Ron Holloway for "Skin it Back" was nice but not unexpected.

All in all Warren delivered a fantastic show pushing the band and crowd past midnight.

Well done!

 

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  posted on 10/9/2015 at 11:23 AM
The sales for the shows have definitely been weak. It took Mule many years to build up an audience and I can't say I am surprised even given a very positive critical reaction to the cd and the tour. The Columbus show was the worst sold Warren related show since 97 or so.
 

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  posted on 10/9/2015 at 12:47 PM
I went to the Tower Theatre show last week in Philly. I was shocked to see the Upper & Lower balcony blocked off. The ticket sales were very low. Maybe the weather and location of the place factored into walk up admissions. Warren is definitely deserving of a large audience. The show was spectacular and so is the new album.
 
 


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