Furthur Live at Red Rocks Ampitheatre on 2010-09-26
Red Rocks Ampitheatre
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Location: OTS (row 16) dead center, Stand at 7'
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tagging: Flacs tagged with Foobar2000 Live Show Tagger
Recorded by Bennett Schwartz
02 The Golden Road
04 Colors Of The Rain
05 He's Gone
06 Magnolia Mountain
07 Throwing Stones
08 Two Djinn
09 Big Railroad Blues
02 Samson And Delilah
03 Dear Mr. Fantasy
04 Let It Grow
05 St. Stephen
06 Kings Solomon's Marbles
07 Days Between
08 The Wheel
09 Sugar Magnolia
10 Donor Rap
11 Touch Of Grey
12 Brokedown Palace
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|Colors Of The Rain|
|Kings Solomon's Marbles|
|Touch Of Grey|
|The Golden Road|
|Big Railroad Blues|
|Let It Grow|
|Samson And Delilah|
|Dear Mr. Fantasy|
Fades only at beginning and end of sets. Split disc 3 where you like.
- 2010-09-27 19:08:29
- 744t > wavelab5 > cdwave > flac(7)
- Morrison, CO
- Run time
- Taped by
- Bennett Schwartz
- Transferred by
- Red Rocks Ampitheatre
Subject: Hey St. Steve
Subject: Two Djinn
Subject: Fictional conversation I would've had with Furthur had I talked to them Sunday afternoon
Furthur: Hey thanks man, glad you're enjoying it.
Me: There are a few songs I haven't heard yet, though. Hope you guys play them tonight.
Furthur: What songs would those be?
Me: I haven't heard throwing stones yet. A nice upbeat one would be fun.
Furthur: How about we do one a little down beat with a kind of intense edge to it.
Me: OK. That'll be good. Anyway I could get a good Dear Mr. Fantasy? Was kinda hoping to hear that this weekend.
Furthur: Yeah, sure. How about if we throw it in somewhere in the second set?
Me: That'd be right on.
Furthur: Sorry to cut the conversation short, but we gotta get off the stage early tonight, so we have to start early and we are already a half hour late to start.
Me: See y'all around.
Later that night during donor rap.
Me: Damn!!! Forgot to tell them the last song on my list of songs I wanted to hear this weekend. And the only way I'm gonna get to hear it is if they bust out a Touch of Grey encore. Wait a minute...I'll be damned.
You can't always get what you want, but it sure is sweet when you do.
Subject: Another peak at Red Rocks
Then venue is unique and beyond beautiful, a natural amphitheater surrounded by massive red monoliths. The sound is ideal. The air is a bit thin for an aging east coaster like me, but I managed. Took a party bus from downtown Denver with my son and about 15 deadheads bent on having as much fun as possible, and it was.
The show was better than I would have imagined. Check the setlist, friends. Open with Golden Road into Cassidy. My eyes were streaming tears as I danced; 37 years just fell away. Throwing Stones got very intense, and the set ended with a Big Railroad Blues that was just a headlong rush.
The second set began with Samson & D, which I've been digging lately for some reason, followed by Mr. Fantasy, one of my favorite alltime songs. St. Stephen was a highlight for me since I've long identified with that song, adn Furthur really hit it hard. The big golden moon rose over Denver in the distance as they cranked into an intense Wheel into a joyous full length Sugar Mag. Touch of Grey and Brokedown Palace were enchor.
They played hard, tight and right, charging ahead and turning on a dime. Bob and Phil were both in fine voice, and if hear any bitching about JK on lead guitar and vocals you're gonna have to fight me. The keyboard and drumming are also awesome.
It was such a thrill to be able to share that with my son, who has very wide ranging and adventurous taste in music, but was totally into the Grateful Dead universe thanks to Furthur at Red Rocks.
This recording is magic
Subject: Dear Mr. Fantasy....
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