Furthur Live at Madison Square Garden on 2010-11-21
02 Truckin' >
03 Cumberland Blues
04 Any Road
05 Cassidy (Oops) >
06 Viola Lee Blues
07 Cassidy >
08 Eyes Of The World >
09 So Many Roads >
10 Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad
Disc II 2nd Set
02 Born Cross-Eyed >
03 The Wheel >
04 Weather Report Prelude >
05 Weather Report Suite Part I >
06 Time >
07 Let It Grow >
Disc III 2nd Set Con't
01 Unbroken Chain >
02 Morning Dew >
03 Playin' In The Band
04 Phil Donor Rap
05 Brokedown Palace
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|Morning Dew >|
|Phil Donor Rap|
|So Many Roads >|
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|Eyes Of The World >|
|Viola Lee Blues|
|Let It Grow >|
|Unbroken Chain >|
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Sound Devices 722 (24/48)
BOB/DFC/KFC/ZFC/AARP Section 10 , Row A, Seat 9, 7' High
DSP: Sound Devices 722>Sound Forge 9.0>CD Wave>flac(16)
- 2010-11-24 00:18:45
- New York City, NY
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- Madison Square Garden
Subject: I actually like this one better than the official SBD.
Subject: going furthur?
1st set was great, a lot of variety and a 'roady' theme. 'Any Road' is a nice George tune, Viola rocked, So Many Roads nicely done, and GTDRFB always a favorite of mine.
2nd set with 'The Wheel', WRS then Floyds 'Time' had us all thinking no way...is it...i think...yeaahhh 'ticking away, the moments that make up the dull day (whoooooo)!!'
Then another no way moment with 'Let It Grow' (I went nuts in my own little world, felt dumb, looked around, everyone was too)..finished up strong 'Chain'>'Dew'>'Playin' very nice. It was so loud b4 Phil came back out!
I will agree that Bobby's phrasing on 'Brokedown Palace' is awkward, but a fitting end to the show, run, and tour. This one was for us fans, and we ate it up.
Great quality recording, thanks for sharing. Looking forward to taking it even FURTHUR in 2011!!
Subject: an aside...
Subject: Roger Waters Tribute??
Subject: Rising from the Dead
Nope. It's REAL! Very real. And has that gleaming and polished appeal. All those practice sessions in Marin. All those recent shows ...are finally beginning to show promise.
Subject: SOLID SHOW
btw it was a fitting encore considering the Knicks had to cancel a game or two for asbestos that was falling from the ceiling
Subject: Pleasant All
"It" does, and, in time, so does John Kadlecik.
Bobby sounds strong. And Phil is Phil.
Drums and Keyboards are very well done,
and thus, duly captured. Beautiful, beautiful audience recording. Thank, you Z-man.
Prior to Born Cross Eyed the taper of this show adds his own historical stamp. Very cool! I like it!
Love even more the Weather Report Suites 1-2. Exceedingly cool! First time, other than DSO versions, heard a Phil & Bobby WRS since 1974. Yes! I am!
Look, I ain't no fan of Phil's singing, but I figure if that's what he wants to do then I can either live with it, or not. Hearing him sing tugs at my heart in a strange sort of nostalgic way and it's plausible, and I say, "Yeah, I can accept that, I can live with Phil's singing." And then there of course he sings Unbroken Chain.
I can't live without that.
Ah, yes. Peace, at last.
Tears of joy. Playin' Reprise and A
Fhlood for taut.
Subject: Give a D...for this show?
Where I come from a 60 is a D. An 80 makes me wince, but a 60? Not so! Why the controversy? I am glad that MSG1 is not my boss.
Please click on the link, MSG1 has gone after Bob before. I see the point to an extent. I agree that a pro like Bob ought to get the lyrics right, but...I define bashing as holding some to a standard not applied to others, and that is what this is.
Anyone interested can Google lyrics flubs for the star of their choice. Bono? Susan Boyle? They all are caught making mistakes in public places.
One account for a guy who just sings...
"One of my faves happened during my last Stones show in Atlantic City on November 17, 2006.
During "She's So Cold" Mick sang:
'I think she was born in an ice cream cone!'"
Maybe this observer heard wrong, but these things happen to every talker and singer...maybe more to Bob--possibly the most traveled musician in history.
You do not need to look to Jerry for counter examples w/ the inevitable drug references. Whatever talent they bring to the stage, these performers are just human beings who mess up on occasion.
What a thrill to have been there! To see Bob and Furthur play a great show in MSG for a great price and then folks like me enjoy the show for weeks free...a D? A great show and so much entertainment and insight for 40 years...A+ is my honest assessment.
Subject: R U Kidding me?
Subject: When Bobby Sings the Blues
BTW, I think the Brokedown is absolutely beautiful. On the other hand, the GDTRFB just does not cut it. But I'm partial to that song and Jerry just gave it something special that I have yet to hear again!
Subject: The best show I've ever seen live
Subject: AMAZING SHOW!!!!!
Subject: Go Furthur!
Subject: Exceeded High Expectations !
The Saturday 11/20 show was superb. The band were up to the task of an incredibly high-energy crowd.
Furthur delivers again on Sunday 11/21 and perhaps exceeds the previous night magic. I knew they were playing Time on this Tour but this was the first time I heard it live. Brilliant!
The band surprises us in the first set with things that you would not expect until the second set. For example Eyes>GDTRFB. Chimenti's keys on both nights were tremendous.
Regarding John K: I thinks he fits in swimmingly well. He is a fine talent and serves the purpose of going further musically. I though Warren was great on the 2009 tour, by the way.
I am keeping my mail order envelopes ready for spring 2011!
Zman and to tapers everywhere: God Bless You!
I thank you very much for capturing it all.
P.S. Did anyone imagine a resource like Internet Archive emerging way back when? Beautiful place.
Subject: Superb Evening!!
Bobby was more animated than I've seen him in a while - a plus. And the boys were incredibly tight throughout. (Pink Floyd? No way! But it was!) I have a few thoughts on JK and am wondering if others might think the same. I know this is very subjective, but it seems to me that JK, while still sounding like Jerry on certain vocals and guitar parts, is really evolving into his own man. He works well with the rest of the boys, as he appears comfortable being himself and enjoying that comfort level with the audience and his bandmates. At the 11/21 show (didn't get to 11/20) I didn't think, "will he sound like JG on this tune." I appreciated JK's work, understanding that we no longer have Jerry, and there will never be anyone to "substitute" for Jerry, who, of course was unique and sublime. But we DO have JK, and in a nutshell, his music and his contributions to the GD "sound" are a delight. We come to terms, so many years later, with our loss, and we move on. Certainly, the music has moved on. It's different, but it works.... Anyway, those are my thoughts.
And another thought - about MSG. The music was phenomenal, and tight. The vocals, for the most part were excellent, but they were, at times, difficult to hear. The Garden PA system (again, in my opinion) sucked.
5 Stars. If I really counted the PA system in the tally, it might only be a 4.
Peace - and Happy Thanksgiving.
I checked out the set lists posted elsewhere and was absolutely THRILLED that they chose to cover George's "Any Road" from his posthumous "Brainwashed" LP as it is one of my two favorite albums of the last decade, the other one being Bob's "Love and Theft"
The only other artist I have seen cover "Any Road" was George's close friend Joe Brown. I heard him do it shortly after the song's release in Dartford, East London (Mick & Keith's home town)
Anyone here know Joe?
As this was posted a very short time ago, I have yet to hear the whole thing but it will go on my gizmo ASAP and will be reviewed soon!
If it comes anywhere near the previous evening's show then it promises to be similarly spectacular and may very well convince many that, despite the sad loss of Jerry 15 years ago, Furthur are the REAL DEAL!
Furthurmore, this music is a living, breathing thing and begs and demands to be played and interpreted by sympathetic musicians for DECADES to come.
I'm all fahrklempt. Talk amongst yourselves.
P.S. Covering Floyd's "Time" is a similarly inspired concept!
They prove to be masters of "Time" as well as "Space!"
I don't think we're in Kansas anymore! :)
Subject: Thanks Z-man
Subject: thank you
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