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  posted on 8/17/2006 at 03:10 PM

Hi guys, can anyone shed any light on this - .... excerpt from a mail between me and Steve where he picked up on a rogue tape on my list.......... any ideas anyone?


Steve > ABB 5/09/70-I notice there's no
> setlist, and it
> doesn't appear on the Clay list of "legit" Duane
> dates.

Dave > Interesting ....... Digging it out now :-D Someone has said on etree "not legit" - i'm absolutely fascinated now ....

Hissy sound .... listenable though .

1- Statesboro Blues
2-"a little song by Muddy waters" Trouble No More.
3-"Do a little tuning" Dreams
4-Hoochie Coochie
5-Stormy Monday
6-Every Hungry W
7-Pretty Woman
8 - "right now we want to start ... with a composition...." Liz Reed

Strange !!!!!

Disk 2

Different thing !!! Better sound, it sounds like a Fillmore rexcording!! Quite a bit of hiss ... but it has that sound... production .... smokin show
1 - stormy Monday , w. harmonica and .... saxophone!!
17:45
2 - Dimples ............ Harmonica ....
5:23
3 W.Post
18:16
4.Mtn Jam
20:09

!! disk 2 sounds like a 71
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Anyone shed any light ?

Thanks all - Dave

 

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  posted on 8/17/2006 at 03:15 PM
Disc two sounds like 5/2/70 Swarthmore.

Disc one sounds like a "manufactured" show, a hodge podge from several different ones. Some of those songs were also on 5/2/70.

A very bogus show from around this time is listed as Georgia Tech. It usually includes Hot 'Lanta. So, you'd have to believe for some unknown reason the band played HL that one time and never again until the March '71 run of shows at FE.

 

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  posted on 8/17/2006 at 03:38 PM
Hey Dave . . . I agree with Coot . . . that set list is exactly the same as 05/02/70 except that track 5 should be "Outskirts of Town" not "Stormy Monday".

I have a Capt Skipper Remaster of that show, so if you don't have it let me know and I'll include it in your package that I am getting together for you this weekend

 

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  posted on 8/17/2006 at 04:28 PM
yeh that's 5.2.70.....
 

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  posted on 8/17/2006 at 04:43 PM
Sweet Guys - thank you

Sounds like a good show though, that disk 2

Thanks Colin that'd be sweet :


I shall destroy this rogue :-D

 

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