Furthur Live at Koka Booth Amphitheater on 2012-07-11
Koka Booth Amphitheater, Cary NC
July 11, 2012
Source: Countryman B3 (OTS left of SBD, @3ft. spread, @7ft. high) > CA-Ugly > M10
Lineage: microSD > Audacity (normalize, tracks, fades) > xACT
02. After Midnight
03. Doin’ That Rag
04. West LA Fadeaway
05. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
06. Loose Lucy
07. Mississippi Half Step > Ramble On Rose
08. Playing In The Band
09. Midnight Hour
10. Here Comes Sunshine > Mountains Of The Moon >
11. Uncle John’s Band > No More Do I
12. Foolish Heart >
13. Days Between
14. encore break/donor rap
15. Box Of Rain
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|West LA Fadeaway|
|Doin' That Rag|
|Good Morning Little Schoolgirl|
|Mississippi Half Step > Ramble On Rose|
|Playing In The Band|
|Uncle John?s Band > No More Do I|
- 2012-07-12 08:20:06
- microSD > Audacity (normalize, tracks, fades) > xACT
- Cary NC
- Taped by
- Transferred by
- Koka Booth Amphitheater
Subject: Let John Sing!!!
Subject: Great show - PLEASE PLEASE Alpharetta
Subject: KOKA BOOOOOOOOTH
Subject: Great show!
Agreed with the too much talking at this show. You can here it on the tapes. I was lucky with the real estate I was holing there was no one next to me on either side. Just me & my wife with chairs
Subject: Doin' That Rag
Subject: Good show despite song selection
Band sounded fantastic, crowd was great, venue is always awesome. So glad to see the Boys 3 miles from my house and hang with great friends. And the rain cleared for a beuatiful night.
Subject: goodbye to the southern sun
started off looking for 7-10-2012 Because I was there, on the lawn in the tree's through the entire show.
Wanted to drive to Cary and from the sounds of the 1st set it would have been worth my time :)
Doin' that rag starts really good. Loose Lucy was fun and really liked the exchange in vocals with bob/crowd on Misshalfstep especially where he extends the verses and and at one point says thank you
happy to listen to set 2 :)
First time seeing Furthur was with Bill Graham's Aud that NYE and I have felt their energy ever since!
Subject: Excellent aud
As for the show:
The band overcomes a somewhat underwhelming setlist to turn in an above average performance. Probably not the best night for a casual Deadhead to catch Furthur with all the lesser known songs and open jamming.
Highlights were After Midnight and Doin' that rag. A long bathroom break in the middle (West LA through Loose Lucy) and then a solid if not smoking setclosing pair of MS Half Step and Ramble on Rose
Much better set. Opens with a looong Playin that covers some really really interesting territory. One of the better Furthur versions. A really jammed out HCS>Mountains of the Moon lost a fair bit of the crowd but will reward close listening followed by a really pretty transition into an excellent UJB. No More Do I is one of my favorite post Jerry compositions and they play it well here into a very fine Foolish Heart. They wrap it up with a surprisingly cathartic Days Between that Bob actually sings very nicely.
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