Furthur Live at Bob Carpenter Center, University of Deleware on 2010-02-22
Set 2: Golden Road (to Unlimited Devotion) > Jack Straw > Cold Rain and Snow > Peaceful Valley > Sugaree, Revolution > Terrapin Station > Throwing Stones
Encore: Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues, Ripple
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|Here Comes Sunshine|
|I need a Miracle|
|Cold Rain and Snow|
|Lady with a Fan|
|Tom Thumb Blues|
recorded in official Taping Section behind soundboard
- 2010-02-24 21:32:43
- converted to flac using Trader's Little Helper
- Newark, DE
- Run time
- Superlux CM-H8K(omni capsules)> XLR> Edirol UA5 Oade digimod> Optical Cable> Nomad Jukebox 3> Audacity > CD wave editor
- Taped by
- Jeremy Banaszewski
- Transferred by
- Jeremy Banaszewski
Subject: First Futhur Show
It was magical, i was loving the dubble drums and the Here Come Sunshine was great! Cosmic ,Revolution, golden road were my favs that night ! Great night glad i was not out in the cold rain and snow !
Subject: first furthur show
Subject: Furthur Bob Carpenter Center 22 Feb. 2010
Subject: so critical
Subject: Go Furthur
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Also, there are some media players that will play flac files without decoding them into wav files. I use foobar2000.
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(five stars for an awesome show, thanks for taping)
edit - as of 3/1/10 link is repaired, thanks again
Subject: What a show.
BTW-->Jack Straw is amazing
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Subject: Bobby Talkng through songs
Subject: Had a great time!
This band has a great chemistry and I love the backup singers filling in the vocal harmonies.
Maggie's Farm was extra funky and a lot of fun, and of course, Alabama Getaway was the highlight of the evening.
I also really liked hearing Revolution since the boys played it at my first show, 4/8/85 at the Spectrum.
I would like to put in my .02 about Bobby's singing. If you're not hearing him talk his way through some of the songs, then you're just not listening closely enough. To be fair, I heard a lot more of it on the Dead tour last year but on this tour it's happening less. I figured Phil must have sat him down and told him to stop it. Unfortunately, he hasn't stopped it completely.
Examples? Black Peter in the 1st set and Sugaree in the 2nd set. He changes the melody and the rhythm of the lead vocal line and often sounds like he is talking his way through the lyrics.
On the other hand, listen to the Maggies Farm and you'll hear Bobby actually SINGING, like we know he still can. Why does he feel the need to change up the vocal lines on Jerry's songs? I have no idea.
And oh yeah, this recording sounds GREAT! Thanks Jeremy.
Finally just a note about the venue. If you have a chance to miss a concert at the Bob Carpenter Center, take advantage of it. Let's just say they take their concert security VERY seriously. There is of course, NO smoking in the building, but also there was no readmittance and no where to step outside for a cigarette. I went to the bathroom during the 1st set and was all but knocked over by the smell of cigarettes when I entered the mens room. Talk about your bad high school flashback...
But the real kicker was the security guy standing at the back of the floor. It was his job to check the tix of people walking toward the front. I saw him stop someone and check their ticket during the first song of the ENCORE!!
Subject: Great Set List & Show
Subject: good show
Subject: Long Strange Trip
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