Dean Budnick- Were there any nights when you and Jimmy Herrin just cracked and really took it out there?
Derek Trucks- There were two or three nights where we really just let go. Right before the drum solo in “Mountain Jam” we detuned and went all the way out. Sometimes Oteil would go with us and sometimes he wouldn’t. There was one night though, I believe at the PNC Arts Center, when all three of us went and there was just no hope of coming back. It was funny because I think Gregg said something about it on the bus and then came back about twenty minutes later and said to me, “Don’t worry, me and my brother we used to have fights about that all the time. He loved going out. But you guys do whatever you want to do.” It was funny. It was worth it.
Keep Your Lamps Trimmed And Burning
Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out
Uncle Sam Blues
San Francisco Bay Blues
Bar Room Crystal Ball
I Can’t Be Satisfied
Friend Of The Devil
Junkies On Angel Dust
Great show! Took some kids from work who had never seen the band. They had a great time and all became fans that night. Had to do the samaritan thing to help the drunk guy next to me, but hey, that’s what it’s all about. It’s easy to get ca