Furthur Live at Chevrolet Theater on 2009-12-11
Set 2: China Cat Sunflower > Eyes of the World > Born Cross-Eyed > Dark Star, Strawberry Fields Forever > St. Stephen > The Eleven > Not Fade Away
E: Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
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|Tuning > Shakedown Street|
|Good Morning Little Schoolgirl|
|Pride Of Cucamonga|
|Music Never Stopped|
|Jam> China Cat Sunflower>|
|Eyes Of The World|
|Born Cross-Eyed> Jam>|
|Strawberry Fields Forever> Jam|
|Not Fade Away|
|Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad|
Note the worse spot ever to tape. Up to under overhang and boomy. I did the best I could to Eq this one.
- 2009-12-10 21:59:26
- Sony Graphic EQ > Nero Wave Editor 3 > FLAC
- Wallingford, CT
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- Taped by
- Transferred by
- Chevrolet Theater
Subject: A breath of fresh air!
P.S. A special thanks to Katy and John K for your hospitality...I had a really great time.
Subject: Hometown Show
Subject: Another Connecticut Gem
thank you Taper !
Subject: Don't tell me this town ain't got no heart
This night featured a sick and long Shakedown that has the entire band really laying it down big time.Phil really played nice and loud this entire night. I agree about Alabama, it got out of control, but in a good way.
Now one has mentioned Music yet, so I will, it was a stellar version, with JK really playing some inspired powered leads, and except for the "Never Stop" rant by Bobby at the end, it was perfect. I hope he stops that and just lets the music do the talking.
Set II was easily the best this band has played yet. They were passionate and an esemble as the jams were intense and dramatic.The opening jam into China Cat Sunflower was amazing! The Eyes of the World is easily one of the best since Jerry passed on. It has amazing solos from Jeff and John and Phil is a monster in it.
I will also focus on the Dark Star, which I think is much better than the one played in Nassau in the spring. They pretty much stay with the theme the entire song and it recalls version from the spring of '74 at points, with the band developing a sequence and bringing to a peak before drfiting off again. Even for fans who don't like DS they will enjoy this one. It has that type of appeal because the melody is brought back through out the entire song and it never gets too far out there.
I have to say that Strawberry Fields Forever was easily the OMG moment of the tour, I did not see that one coming.Phil sings a poetic version that has a very nice jam into St. Stephen. This version may be the best of the year, it is flawless and full of power. The end jam before the final verse is quite good and then they explode into the Eleven. Thse two songs are easily a highlight of the night and mini tour.
Then with out missing a beat they go right into a full out ragin' NFA.
The band is full of high energy and delivers one for the faithful. I have to say I can't recall hearing such a powerful and sustanined NFA chant as I did this night after they finished the set. We would just not stop :)
Then to get a GDTRFB encore? OMG we were in heaven.All the wives and families were dancing like crazy on the side of the stage too. The scene was very cool as they let us dance freely between the two sections the entire night, which has plenty of room for all and it was carpeted too.
Truely a special night.
Thank you once again guys
Subject: A tremendous night
Taper - this is a nice pull, even though you consider it a crappy spot. Great work and thanks for sharing!
Subject: great show
Subject: Getaway got-away in a goodway
As previously mentioned - JK is no joke.
Sounded like a fantastic show for a fun crowd. Thanks taper.
Subject: 2nd set
Subject: great show...surely more to come
Subject: Hubba Hubba
Subject: Wallingford CT
Subject: Thank you for a real good time!!!!
Subject: Thank you
Subject: dank show!!
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