Dead & Company Live at Verizon Center on 2015-11-06
- Dead & Company
01. Truckin' > Big Boss Man
02. Brown Eyed Women
03. West L.A. Fadeaway
05. Lost Sailor > Saint of Circumstance
07. Eyes of the World
08. Scarlet Begonias > Fire on the Mountain
09. Drums / Space >
10. The Wheel
11. Looks Like Rain
12. In The Midnight Hour
13. E: Touch of Grey
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|Truckin’ > Big Boss Man|
|Brown Eyed Women|
|West L.A. Fadeaway|
|Lost Sailor > Saint of Circumstance|
|Eyes of the World|
|Scarlet Begonias > Fire on the Mountain|
|Drums / Space >|
|Looks Like Rain|
|In The Midnight Hour|
|Touch of Grey|
- 2015-11-07 09:35:49
- 2 hours
- Sound Devices 744 > iMac. Tracked via Sound Studio, FLAC via xACT
- Washington, D.C.
- Run time
- Taped by
- Alex Leary
- Transferred by
- Alex Leary
- Verizon Center
Subject: Magical Night
Then, on a whim, I decided to try again. I had no idea what Mayo or Oteil would bring to the stage that night. Oteil was ginning ear to ear all night, and John was looking unsure, YOUNG, and totally amazed by the responsiveness of crowd, I think. Bobby seemed renewed, and energized.
The electricity was swirling in the air that night, you could see it! I knew immediately that we had something very special once again. I sang. I might have even shed a tear or two. I didn't realize until that show how much I needed this music back into my life. 20 years of lifeless music washed away that night. The soul was back.
Thank you for this special recording. Very little exists from these very first early Deadco performances.
Set one sets the table early, and you really can’t complain about anything. West LA? Giddy-up! Johns done his homework...
Eyes > S > F > et al...wow, second set does itself beautifully. The real guts of the show, though, here is that audacious LLR post-Space...I’m rather unfamiliar with d&c setlists, so maybe this isn’t so amazing for those in the know, but I myself can’t remember the last time it was played post-space, esp here daring to occupy the Jet ballad spot. Weir pulls it off, I think, with Mayer alluding to Jers timelessly beautiful contributions to that ol country weeper without outright stealing the lines (and how gorgeous Jer could evoke the core of the tune behind Bobby, esp in the later years.
Bravo boys, bravo...
Subject: Who can stop what must arrive now? Something new is waiting to be born
Subject: so powerful, moving, and inspiritional
Subject: Best tour recoring so far
Subject: So good!!!
The whole second set was just so good. Personal highlights were Eyes to Fire and also The Wheel (wow!!!) to Midnight Hour. The whole show was great but the whole second set was a monster.
Subject: A Tear
Subject: Thank you!
Subject: Winning LOSER
Subject: Talk about quickly posting ...
I used my DR-40, as wouldn't lemme get rig in, internal mics ... haven't listened to it yet ... was behind stage getting off rear stacks (with no one even close to deck most of the show)
Subject: Thank you!
Subject: what a show
I hope these guys continue to play in this lineup!
Subject: Thank you for taping!
Subject: Setlist Error
Set 1, Track 1 should read:
Truckin' > Big Boss Man
Subject: Who piano riff
Subject: WOW WOW WOW
Subject: Dead & Company Verizon Center DC 11/6/15
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