Furthur Live at Nateva Music & Arts Festival on 2010-07-04
2 Celebration 04:42
3 Samson and Delilah 06:59
4 Mississippi Half Step 09:49
5 Cold Rain and Snow 06:02
6 Ramble on Rose 08:24
7 When I Paint My Masterpiece 06:16
8 Cumberland Blues 09:49
9 Casey Jones 07:03
10 Set 2 tuning 01:17
11 St. Stephen 12:37
12 Jack Straw 09:03
13 Dear Mr. Fantasy 08:44
14 Eyes of the World 13:03
15 Days Between 13:29
16 Help on the Way 04:39
17 Slipknot! 06:52
18 Franklin's Tower 08:34
19 GDTRFB>Bid You Good night>Donor Rap 14:31
20 U.S. Blues
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|Set 1 tuning|
|Samson and Delilah|
|Mississippi Half Step|
|Cold Rain and Snow|
|Ramble on Rose|
|When I Paint My Masterpiece|
|Set 2 tuning|
|Dear Mr. Fantasy|
|Eyes of the World|
|Help on the Way|
|GDTRFB>Bid You Good night>Donor Rap|
Phil Lesh (bass, vocals), Bob Weir (guitar, vocals)
Jeff Chimenti (keys, vocals)
John Kadlecik (guitar, vocals), Joe Russo (drums)
Sunshine Garcia Becker & Jeff Pehrson on vocals
- 2010-07-07 12:43:52
- Oxford, Maine
- AKG 481>V3>MT2496
- Taped by
- Jeff Frank
- Transferred by
- Jeff Frank
Subject: Furthur Nateva
Subject: WEIR LISTENING
Subject: my 1st show
Subject: You are all crazy
As for the show, pretty good. Not one of the highpoints from Summer Tour but still fun one. Sick Cumberland, Eyes and a real nice St Stephen. US Blues, while very predictable, was very hot.
Subject: Days Between
In response the comments regarding Days Between. I fully disagree that Bob's playing of this piece ruins the entire show. In fact, I feel the complete opposite is true. Jerry Garcia is dead and Bob Weir has earned the right to perform any song from Jerry's amazing repertoire. Furthermore, I am always thrilled to hear a new interpretation of any of Jerry's songs, especially one as soulful and heart wrenching as Days Between. After listening to the song several times, I feel that it evoked a deep sadness, not because of the loss of Jerry (That sadness is a constant), but because of my own personal lost days and opportunities. To regret attending this show or bemoan the possibility of attending future shows because of a bad performance (in your opinion) from Mr. Weir, completely misses the mark of the very tune you deride. I hope love would not forsake the days that lie between. Anyways, just my humble opinion. I wish Peace and Love to all
Subject: Not a 2.
Frankly, after my repeated listening to the Outside Lands show, my appreciation of Bob's work has never been higher.
These guys are tough, but I hate to think this sort of bad vibe gets them down. They have nothing to prove at this point.
I am looking forward to a few more great years of Furthur shows. I suggest that these posters head over to the Picasso site and remind everyone that he was short and cannot draw a straight line. And, what was up with Van Gogh, anyway?
Just pick something that others really enjoy and let them all know what you really think...elsewhere.
Anyways, the Days Between was a total set killer for me, turned it from the best to the worst and it continued to decline. I was fighting the urge to get up and leave the field. Then some jerk set off a mid song firework, was hoping it might spark a rebuttal from the stage... musical rebuttal as in John taking the reigns and bring the energy up a notch, not them getting on the mic and expressing disapproval haha (I've heard Bobby talk about how much he hates that, and I do too - friggin rude). Anyways, when Help on the Way > Slipknow > Franklins kicked off I got super excited expecting a full recovery only to hear Bobby's ES-335... I really felt like the rest of the band felt uncomfortable and was just trying to get through the show. I'm sure he has lost a lot of his high pitch hearing over the years at his age being in a band for so long, maybe someone just needed to let him know? :/
So I am sorry people to be so harsh, this night started off with a very fun first set including the most beautiful sunset I've ever laid eyes on, followed by the start of an absolutely amazing second set that just crashed for me... I cringed with every note/chord he played.
I am on the fence about whether I will actively be going to see them again. Phil was stunning and full of energy, Joe Russo and the drums awesome, John ... just wow. I can put up with some less than perfect playing in the background, Bobby singing Jerry parts (though I'd prefer John sing all the Jerry tunes... still, don't get me wrong I have always loved Bobby's singing), but when you are cutting through the mix with your guitar sounding like that... I just don't know. A lot of people have told me that Nateva was a crappy show for them, I saw em at Mohegan and admit it was better and did not notice his shrill tone - though the venue kind of sucked. I hope I get the opportunity to catch them on a stellar night and take back everything I said as a fluke... at any rate, NATEVA was amazing!!! Can't wait for 2011!
Subject: Just a kid...
Subject: Why all the Bobby bashing?
Subject: Really awesome
Subject: Bobby, Bobby, Bobby
that said, nateva was just what maine needed. saturday w/flaming lips and sts9 was so hot and humid that a lot of people were fairly well spaced by sunday, the perfect vibe for moonalice, tedesci&trucks, furthur . . . and tuning into their sixth sense, furthur played to that energy, bobby doing a frankenstein/zombie walk onto the stage for the encore; who were the zombies, us or them or both?
half step-> cold rain couldn't have been sweeter. stephen had that distinct '76 mellow as mentioned before. days between rocked my faith a little bit initially, uh-oh, here we go . . . but bobby blew me away with his passionate delivery. the middle peak and the segue/outro jam were sublime, especially in the festival setting where the new ones are comin' as the older ones go (sigh, cosmic charlie would have fit in beautifully . . .)
i couldn't have been happier than to see my maine circles completing, gelling and spiraling to new levels. nothing to do in the heat on the 5th than to float in a cool river in the shade . . . across the lazy rivah!
very peaceful field trip . . .
My wife and I had a great time - a great show a short hour and a half from home, other great bands, a beautiful 4th of July (with a killer sunset), and our anniversary to boot!
Has anybody figured out a good way to track this show without breaking up the post Jack Straw 2nd set? Adding the first three tracks of the 2nd set to the end of the 1st set is 3 minutes too long. Does anybody even burn to cds anymore?! LOL!
Subject: what happened to my first post?
Subject: mediocre show at best/let John K sing!!!
dont like the us blues, what was bobby doing on the slide, sounds like nails on a chalkboard, was a let down of an encore...but that was the only bad point of the show
Subject: Best 4th. EVER
Honestly, I was in Lowell on 2010-06-30, and thought they may have played a little better and longer, but I have ZERO complaints about the 4th. Grate songs choices, grate atmosphere, beautiful sunset, was there with my best friend.......
Subject: wave that flag
why have expectations about a show going into it? it's a totally new experience each time, you've just gotta get into it and and be grateful for what they play for us. it seems weird to get disappointed that they didn't play specific songs at specific times, they played what they wanted to play.
i thought they did a great show and it was a perfect celebration and finale to a first year festival. jack straw DID fuckin rip man! it was also the best dear mr fantasy i've heard, i'm usually not a fan of that song but i really enjoyed it. cold rain and snow, help on the way/slipknot/franklin's tower, eyes of the world... damn.
definitely more of a party show than the coney island ones, which totally blew my mind, but it's the fourth of july! best celebration ever. can't wait for the next one!
Subject: Jack Straw
Subject: Maine rules THANK YOU NATEVA
and now on the 4th of july... they created the ultimate independence day experience
i was blown away from start to finish
the venue was incredible
the setlist had the whole crowd singing along
the weather couldnt have been better
what a night
thanks to everyone involved
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