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  posted on 8/28/2006 at 09:17 AM
anyone have it yet?
 
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  posted on 8/28/2006 at 09:32 AM
Allman Brothers Band
Montage Mountain
Scranton PA

No One Left to Run With
Statesboro Blues
Don't Keep Me Wondering
Who's Been Talking
Trouble No More
Midnight Rider
Instrumental Illness
Firing Line
Same Thing*
Desdemona
Black Hearted Woman>Drums>Black Hearted Woman

Encore:
Southbound
Jessica

*with Danny Louis

 

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  posted on 8/28/2006 at 09:33 AM
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  posted on 8/28/2006 at 10:32 AM
Last night was a great show. The Mule show really suprised me, they played pretty much older Mule until the end which they asked if we wanted to hear a few new ones, and the crowd loved them. They did a great job, Matt Abts sounded absolutely amazing on that new Pearl kit of his, heck, it's not the kit that made him sound great, he's just Matt effin' Abts!!

The New songs were really great, Mr. High & Mighty was solid as a rock! The second song they played was an old old Ray Charles song called I do Believe to My Soul, they just killed it! Amazing.

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That's What Love Will Make You Do
I Believe To My Soul
Sco-Mule
Slow Happy Boys
Lively Up Yourself
Banks Of The Deep End
Soulshine
Mr. High & Mighty
Brand New Angel
A Million Miles From Yesterday
Mule

The ABB set was alright... I think they should do away with No One Left To Run With, we've all heard this song too many times. Don't Keep Me Wondering raised the energy bar after Statesboro for me, followed by a very soulful version of Who's Been Talking. From this point, it was obvious it was a Warren night.

Instrumental Illness was extremely Jazzy in the beginning. Firing Line was great to hear, and I'm glad Gregg finally hit this one, everytime I've seen it, he's flubbed it, and he totally nailed it last night. The Same Thing Danny Louis came out, and the whole song Danny & Gregg were total smiles and laughing over something, Danny had a great solo in that as well. Marc played Jai's kit for this one, and Jaimoe came out and played some percussion on it.

Desdemona was great to hear again, I used to complain they didn't play this enough, but the last 3 shows I've been too I've heard it, and still love it. Black Hearted Woman was alright, it was the obvious spot for the 20 minute drum interlude, JaBuMa. It was interesting, still have to listen to it on the IL.

We all thought Southbound was going to be the encore, and luckily a second after it ended Warren pulled out the Jessica Riff, and totally saved the show for me. What a great night of music.

It was great to see Terri, Barb & Bob, Jim Benjamin, Sari, Stacy(Happy Birthday!!!), Corny, Greg Potter, Elliot and his friends. Sorry if I left you out, you all know who you are.

Thanks Dave A for the pre-show party and a great plate of food, sweet corn, BBQ, and a variety of pastas.

[Edited on 8/28/2006 by ABBstillrockin04]

 

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  posted on 8/28/2006 at 11:42 AM
Yeah Jaimoe got on Marc's kit for the Same Thing, which Danny Louis killed BTW. And Danny killed during the Mule show too. I am just digging his sound this go-round.




 

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  posted on 8/28/2006 at 12:41 PM
ha lively up yourself, nice

 

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  posted on 8/28/2006 at 01:18 PM
Of the Mule openers I have seen this summer, this was the best show by far... do you agree angelemerald- they weren't holding anything back.

The Allman's stopped at 10 so it looked to be a very short night, but they came back with both Sotuhbound and Jessica, stretched out until 10:300- total of about two hours. Same Thing was definitely the highlight for me. Danny, Warren and Derek really rocked together.

The venue was also a very pleasant surprise. Montage is smaller than the other sheds, excellent sound (at least from where I sat), and the security folks were actually kind and friendly, not goons like in most other venues.

 

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  posted on 8/28/2006 at 06:10 PM
Security in the venue seemed to be fairly "nice" last night, I agree.

We skipped the parking lot scene - historically the security is strict out there...

Speaking of security...Sari and I wwere in the 5th row, with a security guy standing in aisle right in front of me.
Those guys are usually real stoic and keep their back to the show while they're scanning the crowd.
Well, every time Derek took a solo, this guy would turn his head towards the stage to watch...as the night wore on, it got more and more evident, until after the drum secton it looked to me that he basically stopped working and he was just watching the show with the rest of us....

Anyway, Mikey already gave a good review - one of my high points was Derek Trucks during Instrumental Illness...real jazzy....

 
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  posted on 8/28/2006 at 06:18 PM
So you're saying I should be kicking myself in the ass for not going?









Too late.

 

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  posted on 8/28/2006 at 06:19 PM
And to start this week off really well?








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  posted on 8/28/2006 at 06:27 PM
Yeah the show was obviously centered around Warren, and I being partial to Derek, was initially upset, but Warren ended up blowing me away. He was himself last night for the first time in a while when ive seen him and it rocked. His mule set was fackin amazing. Cheers to him. Derek as always was on fire and he seemed to like sitting back more for this show as I assume he has his hands full already. Instrumental Illness, Desdemona and Jessica were his though. Gregg was the biggest suprise of the night. Holy crap he sounded pristine, Get this instant live just for that. I was a little shakey at first when gregg missed his cue on No One Left To Run with to start singing, and they kinda just were tuning up loud for a while before they started this, so i was not very fond of this opener.

Now ABBstillrockin, are you the Derek look-alike? I have seen you for the past three years at concerts (i.e. DTB in Penns Peak, a few montage mountain shows, etc...) I kept looking at you last night thinking, **** is that someone off the forums. And i saw your right knee bouncing on the bass drum beats so i figured you knew something about drums. Anyways i was the 19 year old kid with a duane shirt on standing next to his mom haha, next time man im gonna say hi or something.

So overall great show. I drove 5 hours to see this and drove 5 back on the same day. Got back to JMU at 6am, had an 8am class. well worth it though.

 

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  posted on 8/28/2006 at 06:32 PM
You saw Mikey?



 

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  posted on 8/28/2006 at 06:49 PM
sure did. Is that anyone on the boards? And whoever is the guy in the center of that last pic with the shirt that has the 12th on it, yeah well you sat right infront of me haha.

 

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  posted on 8/28/2006 at 08:04 PM
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So you're saying I should be kicking myself in the ass for not going?



Too late.


It's never too late. In fact, if you start now, maybe you won't have to do it next year.

I was wondering the same thing about "Derek". I was gonna guess it was his brother Duane, but he looked a bit too old and too tall.

 

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  posted on 8/28/2006 at 09:18 PM
I think Mule was great last night and I think the ABB was great last night. Lots of humidity in the air so both Gregg and Warren's voices were at the top of their sounds. Derek was great. Andy was great. Oteil was great. All the drummers, oh so many beautiful soulful drummers, were great. And Danny Louis killed on ScoMule, Mule and the Same Thing. Can't go wrong with musicians like these guys. No way, no how.


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Of the Mule openers I have seen this summer, this was the best show by far... do you agree angelemerald- they weren't holding anything back.

The Allman's stopped at 10 so it looked to be a very short night, but they came back with both Sotuhbound and Jessica, stretched out until 10:300- total of about two hours. Same Thing was definitely the highlight for me. Danny, Warren and Derek really rocked together.

The venue was also a very pleasant surprise. Montage is smaller than the other sheds, excellent sound (at least from where I sat), and the security folks were actually kind and friendly, not goons like in most other venues.


[Edited on 8/29/2006 by Angelemerald]

 

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Yeah the show was obviously centered around Warren, and I being partial to Derek, was initially upset, but Warren ended up blowing me away. He was himself last night for the first time in a while when ive seen him and it rocked. His mule set was fackin amazing. Cheers to him. Derek as always was on fire and he seemed to like sitting back more for this show as I assume he has his hands full already. Instrumental Illness, Desdemona and Jessica were his though. Gregg was the biggest suprise of the night. Holy crap he sounded pristine, Get this instant live just for that. I was a little shakey at first when gregg missed his cue on No One Left To Run with to start singing, and they kinda just were tuning up loud for a while before they started this, so i was not very fond of this opener.

Now ABBstillrockin, are you the Derek look-alike? I have seen you for the past three years at concerts (i.e. DTB in Penns Peak, a few montage mountain shows, etc...) I kept looking at you last night thinking, **** is that someone off the forums. And i saw your right knee bouncing on the bass drum beats so i figured you knew something about drums. Anyways i was the 19 year old kid with a duane shirt on standing next to his mom haha, next time man im gonna say hi or something.

So overall great show. I drove 5 hours to see this and drove 5 back on the same day. Got back to JMU at 6am, had an 8am class. well worth it though.




Yup that was me! Yea, I had people come up to me I didn't even know say Hi cause they thought I was Derek, someone even asked for an autograph. She was so convinced I was him, she felt insulted when I said no... I mean, jeeze... that's wacky.

But yea, come up and say Hi. Listening to the instant live, I'm a little confused. It doesn't sound like Jaimoe & Butch were in sync with eachother, but I didn't hear it during the show at all, just through the recording. Maybe I'm just being a picky drummer, but I dunno, sounds off... but it still sounds great.

That mule set was smokin', I was foot stompin' the whole set.

 

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  posted on 8/28/2006 at 11:21 PM
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Too late.


It's never too late. In fact, if you start now, maybe you won't have to do it next year.

I was wondering the same thing about "Derek". I was gonna guess it was his brother Duane, but he looked a bit too old and too tall.


HEY

Actually, me and Duane are the same age

 

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Yes man, the drums are horrible on this instant live. it gets muddy and you cant hear it as well when the full band is playing. But dear god when its just them its bad. Someone **** ed up with synching the audio or something.

Heh, i did see some people coming up to you, that is hilarious. Should have signed it Derek T to make them happy hahahhaa.

 

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  posted on 8/29/2006 at 12:02 AM
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Yes man, the drums are horrible on this instant live. it gets muddy and you cant hear it as well when the full band is playing. But dear god when its just them its bad. Someone **** ed up with synching the audio or something.

Heh, i did see some people coming up to you, that is hilarious. Should have signed it Derek T to make them happy hahahhaa.


Well I had seats back in Row X in 101, but the lady behind me was bitching cause I was standing for Mule, oh c'on... go home if you're going to be like that... everyone was standing in front of me. Finally I moved up to the center where I saw Greg Potter.

Oh btw, That's photoron in that picture that you were asking about.

 

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  posted on 8/31/2006 at 05:26 AM
I must say that security for the handicapped parking were very accomodating. I wanted to leave the venue in between Mule and ABB to check on my dog (brought him with us as it was raining all day, did not want to leave him in his outdoor run when it was pouring out). Security at the top of the walk to handicapped parking asked me where I was going, told him I would like to check on my dog. He asked if i was in handicapped parking, I said yes, he said ask the guy at the end of the walk. Asked him, told him my dog is in my truck "right there" (pointed), he said go ahead. My dog got to relieve himself, and I got to return to the venue. I think that would have been unheard of in NJ or NY, or probably anywhere for that matter...
 

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Yes man, the drums are horrible on this instant live. it gets muddy and you cant hear it as well when the full band is playing. But dear god when its just them its bad. Someone **** ed up with synching the audio or something.

Heh, i did see some people coming up to you, that is hilarious. Should have signed it Derek T to make them happy hahahhaa.


Ok, so its not just me. The IL for this show is the worst I've ever heard. What's on those discs is not the same show that I heard. You'd think Otiel and Marc and Butch (or Jaimoe) weren't even there that day. The guitars were waaaaay out front as were Gregg's vocals. Whoever mic'ed that show should be fired. I'd really like to get my money back.

 

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  posted on 8/31/2006 at 08:42 AM
I have a copy of the IL coming from a friend, but I am just glad I was there to appreciate what it really sounded like!
 

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I have a copy of the IL coming from a friend, but I am just glad I was there to appreciate what it really sounded like!


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  posted on 8/31/2006 at 10:52 AM
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I must say that security for the handicapped parking were very accomodating. I wanted to leave the venue in between Mule and ABB to check on my dog (brought him with us as it was raining all day, did not want to leave him in his outdoor run when it was pouring out). Security at the top of the walk to handicapped parking asked me where I was going, told him I would like to check on my dog. He asked if i was in handicapped parking, I said yes, he said ask the guy at the end of the walk. Asked him, told him my dog is in my truck "right there" (pointed), he said go ahead. My dog got to relieve himself, and I got to return to the venue. I think that would have been unheard of in NJ or NY, or probably anywhere for that matter...


I had other positive experiences with security there, as I posted previously. No goons amongst this bunch!!

 

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Yes man, the drums are horrible on this instant live. it gets muddy and you cant hear it as well when the full band is playing. But dear god when its just them its bad. Someone **** ed up with synching the audio or something.

Heh, i did see some people coming up to you, that is hilarious. Should have signed it Derek T to make them happy hahahhaa.


Ok, so its not just me. The IL for this show is the worst I've ever heard. What's on those discs is not the same show that I heard. You'd think Otiel and Marc and Butch (or Jaimoe) weren't even there that day. The guitars were waaaaay out front as were Gregg's vocals. Whoever mic'ed that show should be fired. I'd really like to get my money back.


You're not alone. Terri, I'm going to find a Taper version to see if it is just the IL recording, I'd say it is, because I didn't hear this horror at the show.

I'll send you a copy.

- Mike

 

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