Right on taperrob...
Barry will be back on the 11th.
Nokia Theatre, NYC 11/3/08 Set 1: Cumberland Blues. Gone Wanderin', Beat It On Down The Line
Nokia Theatre, NYC 11/3/08 Set 1: Cumberland Blues. Gone Wanderin', Beat It On Down The Line, Loser
WOW! Hot Mama's lookin' Gooooood 2night!!!
I Dig TW - She so cute when she sings HCSS!!!
Looks like a country feel tonight.
6:16 PM [taperrob] Nokia Theatre, NYC 11/3/08 Set 1: Cumberland Blues. Gone Wanderin', Beat It On Down The Line, Loser> Minglewood Blues> Jam> Brown-Eyed Women
ohh, they had me at cumbie....this show already has "me" written all over it...thanks guys, and hope i get one on the 7th ????...a cumbie that is, yea, TW does look good, i luv that dress !!!
..taperrob, your the best !!!
6:25 PM [taperrob] Nokia Theatre, NYC 11/3/08 Set 1: Cumberland Blues. Gone Wanderin', Beat It On Down The Line, Loser> Minglewood Blues> Jam> Brown-Eyed Women, Dancin' In The Streets
Any "My Brother Esau" teases yet?
~ ~ ~ ~ Dancin' In Chicago!!!! ~ ~ ~ ~
Esau would be grate , but I'm praying for a Keep Your Day Job
"Keep yer Dayeee Job,
till that night job pays" . . . . Wow that would be something . . .
first night not there... had class... last nights show was alot of fun the elevator was fire as well as frankenstein, when molitz goes off he really lifts the place...anyone who does not have particle's cd launchpad should pick it up, as i am not a big electronic-jam fand i like these guys and have seen em a bunch. but tonights set looks like a lot of fun, very splid first set. the band seems to be really learning Jackie's songs and enjoing playing them... just listen to the cold black devil from halloween. anyways thats my 2 cents... but thanks for the updates i was barely sitting still in class.
first night not there... had class... last nights show was alot of fun the elevator was fire as well as frankenstein, when molitz goes off he really lifts the place...anyone who does not have particle's cd launchpad showed pick it up, well not a big electronic-jam fand i like these guys and have seen em a bunch. but tonights set looks like a lot of fun, very splid first set. the band seems to be really learning Jackie's songs and enjoing playing them... just listen to the cold black devil from halloween. anyways thats my 2 cents... but thanks for the updates i was barely sitting still in class.
I heard from a friend that warren is there...
text: I almost knocked warren over
I guess he's in the crowd?
"warren just ate jackie"
sounds like someone is having fun at the show ha ha...
7:36 PM [taperrob] Set 2: *Passenger> *Jam> *Scarlet Begonias *w/Warren Haynes
listen to set 1 now> http://www.live365.com/stations/2012_live
This band has got versatility between Larry the string master and Jackie on the organ/harmonica when it comes to guests
Ooooh, Warren is such a Squeezable Teddy Bear!
8:03 PM [taperrob] Set 2: Passenger> Jam> Scarlet Begonias> Jam> Direwolf, Fire On the Mountain w/Warren Haynes(set)
8:10 PM [taperrob] Set 2: Passenger> Jam> Scarlet Begonias> Jam> Direwolf, Fire On the Mountain, She Said She Said w/Warren Haynes(set)
She Said, She Said
Rockin' Stream..... Oh Happy Home, OH Happy Home.......
* Again, You have made my night!! *
~ Yaaahooo, IMA Super Groovin' Now ~
8:17 PM [taperrob] Set 2: Passenger> Jam> Scarlet Begonias> Jam> Direwolf, Fire On the Mountain, She Said She Said, Viola Lee Blues w/Warren Haynes(set)
8:23 PM [taperrob] Set 2: Passenger> Jam> Scarlet Begonias> Jam> Direwolf, Fire On the Mountain, She Said She Said, ^Viola Lee Blues(v1)> ^Deal w/Warren Haynes(set) ^w/Danny Clinch(harmonica)
GET OUT! VIOLA! This 2nd set Is Killin' ME! Dude (tr) CAN YOU PLEASE have Someone Archive these shows? (if that's cool 'n all)....
bt.etree BLaaaaaa. we don't get along
This show sounds Wicked Sick!!!!
8:34 PM [taperrob] Set 2: Passenger> Jam> Scarlet Begonias> Jam> Direwolf, Fire On the Mountain, She Said She Said, ^Viola Lee Blues(v1)> ^Deal> ^Viola(v2)> w/Warren Haynes(set) ^w/Danny Clinch(harmonica)
8:37 PM [taperrob] Set 2: Passenger> Jam> Scarlet Begonias> Jam> Direwolf, Fire On the Mountain, She Said She Said, ^Viola Lee Blues(v1)> ^Deal> ^Viola(v2)> Death Don't Have No Mercy w/Warren Haynes(set) ^w/Danny Clinch(harmonica)
Just got a text message that the place has half as many peeps as the weekend shows..Must be cool
Jesus Christ I think I just messed up my pants in more ways than one. Can't wait to hear this one!
>Just got a text message that the place has half as many peeps as the weekend shows..Must be cool<
who has time for a text like that during a set like this? funny, modern technology and our need to use it at the oddest times...
back to the music, which looks really good!
8:46 PM [taperrob] Set 2: Passenger> Jam> Scarlet Begonias> Jam> Direwolf, Fire On the Mountain, She Said She Said, ^Viola Lee Blues(v1)> ^Deal> ^Viola(v2)> Death Don't Have No Mercy> Viola(v3)> ^Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad w/Warren Haynes(set) ^w/Danny Clinch(harmonica)
8:59 PM [taperrob] Set 2: Passenger> Jam> Scarlet Begonias> Jam> Direwolf, Fire On the Mountain, She Said She Said, ^Viola Lee Blues(v1)> ^Deal> ^Viola(v2)> Death Don't Have No Mercy> Viola(v3)> ^Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad, Get Out and Vote rap/Donor Rap/intros, enc: Stella Blue w/Warren Haynes(set) ^w/Danny Clinch(harmonica)
so Warren and Phil are gonna be whisked away asap to the Vote concert ????
any way to stream set 2 yet
Nokia Theatre, NYC 11/3/08
Beat It On Down The Line
Minglewood Blues> Jam>
Dancin' In The Streets
Scarlet Begonias> Jam>
Fire On the Mountain
She Said, She Said
^Viola Lee Blues(v1)>
Death Don't Have No Mercy>
^Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad
Get Out and Vote rap/Donor Rap/intros
2nd set and encore w/Warren Haynes
thank you Taperrob for all that you do!!!
stella blue instrumental??
can we hear set 2
^^^ how about a PLEASE in that request, where are you manners? he'll get to it when he feels like it, you should show some respect and patience.
warren sang stella with larry on pedal steel. it was stunning! warren laid back on guitar and left it to larry until the end when he let go.
They made it to iclips.net
good show, too tired to do a full recap but warren, when he soloed, showed that he means business. if anything, the show suffered from too many cooks in the kitchen and it got a bit off track at certain times but who can complain when you have mr. haynes doing a full second set sit-in.
Just got home- amazing show. Best of the run, no doubt,thus far. Crowd was great- much different , as expected, form the weekend crowd that floods in from NJ and LI (no offense!)and drink like madmen and yap all night. Mellow and nice, man. Though, i am biased as i was on the rail and they played in my living room. Will post some great video soon of the Stella, Passenger, Fire, etc.
A real cooker tonight. Warren was Warren as usual- dynamite, and Larry, in my opinion, was ON FIRE. Smoking. No Barry tonight. And Larry was crisp and loud. Phil was having a BLAST. And givin em too! Ok. Heard phil is on Letterman tomorrow or Wed, not sure. Gonna try to get in there. There is a way. Later!
i agree that Larry was on fire tonight - it seems he steps up his game when a guest is onstage. he had a bunch of great solos in fire and out of viola.
i thought the crowd was the usual mix of nice deadheads who are there for the music and the chatterboxes are there to party and dont stop yapping. there was a guy by the rail in between the first and second set that was yelling about how he was experimented on by the cia in the mid 60s. crazy.
Wednesday on Conan and not Letterman as mentioned above
Set 3 underway at the Headcount show - www.iclips.net
Phil, Warren, Stanton Moore, John Medeski.
For What it's Worth>
Here are a few photos i shot , from nice spot- video coming soon.
>>i agree that Larry was on fire tonight - it seems he steps up his game when a guest is onstage
We've had this convo before. Larry plays according to the ability of the other guitarist onstage. The better the guy he is playing with, the better Larry plays. JGe is holding him back and he won't outplay him.
>>We've had this convo before. Larry plays according to the ability of the other guitarist onstage. The better the guy he is playing with, the better Larry plays. JGe is holding him back and he won't outplay him.
have i had it with you? my memory is fuzzy.
lets hope larry is never playing lead guitar in ratdog, eh ;)
Your bias is showing
What the fuck are you talking about
I SAW IT LIVE
STOP BEING SO MEAN
Call me and we can fight over it
Hope all is well
"Danny Clinch is a photographer and film director."
"His harmonica playing is featured on the Foo Fighters' song "Another Round" off of 2005's In Your Honor and during a live performance of their song "Stacked Actors". Clinch was also one of the two photographers for that album and is featured on Foo Fighters live album Skin and Bones."
No Barry tonight?? does anyone have the correct story concerning his appearances?? Saw listed dates on another theard; but also noticed that DNB has a show ( one of the few nights during this run) on one of the mentiomed dates. So has there been anything that suggests which shows he may be at? Coming into NYC Wed. for the remainder of the run - can't wait and as always thanks for ll the updates
I want me some Teresa !
did Warren sing Death Don't ?
Set 2 is now on www.live365.com/stations/2012_live
yes Warren sang Death and Stella
>>JGe is holding him back and he won't outplay him.
This is a very accurate observation. Larry clearly goes out of his way not to step on or show up Jackie. I noticed it at least 3 times at the 11/1 show. There were also a couple of times where the Jackie/Larry trading licks worked but you could tell Larry was taking it down a notch when jamming with Jackie. I think it's very professional of him and the couple of times when they clicked was very good. Plus I think Jackie's playing has been elevated by playing with Larry Campbell.
Meanwhile guys like Trey Anasasio, Barry Sless, and Jimmy Herring just do their thing. I wouldn't say with no regard for other players but I would say with less regard. Not that's there's anything wrong with that (I like them all) but it doesn't make for great rock and roll in my opinion.
I already posted a review in another thread, but will just quickly mention that this was clearly one of the weakest Phil shows I've seen in a long time, and I thought it was a blast, enjoyed every minute of it.
now that's a set-list!!
glad they didn't fuck it up by throwing in Esau ;-). with my luck they'll play it one of the nights I'm there.
walking home from work last night and had a chat with the guy at the door, he said they are getting a better handle on getting people in the door more quickly...
...were there any delays last night?
Great show...Had a really good time, The first set was on fire right from the start...Warren was a heavy rumor (No pun intended) so no one was really surprised when they started setting up his gear.
Warren sounds great with this band and I feel lucky that I got a chance to see him.
My night was pretty much spectacular until some jerkoff told me to stop clapping after songs. Believe me, I know when to be quite, I know not to talk near the tapers; this ain't my first rodeo.
This was a little over the top. Mind you, it's a concert, And when phil is jamming, the crowd gets jamming...Don't get me wrong, you want to scream and yell, don't hang out in the OTS(Official Tapers Section). I was NOT near the official tapers section...Anyways, I am hitting this Marathon hard and have been supporting the band for a long time, I look froward to continued good times, and good vibes. Florida taper? Welcome to New York. Yell at the guy screaming about the CIA, not a fellow head having a good time clapping because warren ripped it up.
>>>>until some jerkoff told me to stop clapping after songs.
Start screaming "JERRRRRRRYYYYY" in his ears.
>>>>until some jerkoff told me to stop clapping after songs.
sorry, that was me. i was having a hard time hearing the cia guy over your clapping.
I guess everyone can have an off night. Last night it was Warren Haynes' turn.
The first set was Larry Campbell on display. Larry is awesome, and he was in total control last night. He took everyone into account, handing off leads and wrapping up jams with fluid ease. He is easily the most underappreciated musician among Phil's friends. Highlights of the set include Loser, and a Throwing Stones jam that jumped into Brown Eyed Woman.
Sadly, Warren came out and doused the fire. His playing was tentative most of the time. Even his trademark Fire on the Mountain jam lacked real punch. Larry made a great save in Scarlet when he threw down a brilliant MANDOLIN solo that brought the crowd back into it. Another Larry save rescued Death Don't Have No Mercy. Highlights include the jam back into Other One, and Larry's Death save.
A special thanks goes out to the jack-offs who couldn't stop screaming to each other throughout Loser.
>>>>>Highlights include the jam back into Other One
were we at the same show?
Pretty sure he means Viola.
I agree Warren didn't have the extra "ummpph" we were all looking for last night.....with his guitar.
But what he did with Death Don't and Stella made up for that, imo.
Warren was just testing the water, getting his feet wet feeling it out.... It must have been a little odd for him being the special guest in what used to be his band.... I hope we get more of him this run... Just great to have 3 of 5 "Q" brothers on stage!!!
Yeah, back into Viola. It all rolls into one...
The first set was amazing and was one of the best I have seen.Cumberland right out of the gate and the band ws happening.BIODTL was a blast! It was 1971 Dead except for Goin Wonderin which was great. The band was ready to rage. They kept the energy building with Loser being a total a sing along. The way Jacki drove Minglewood was too much, his solo was so raunchy, it was very funky. By the time they arrived at BE Women it was awesome. I thought they would end the set but then not yet. Teresa gave it her all and Dancin was great. Set two was up and down and not as consistent as the first set. Passenger had some great work by Steve,Jacki & Teresa. Scarlet was off and it was clear Warren had to play catch up with the band. The transition into Dire Wolf, which was great, was horrible and totally out of left field. Phil pulled Fire right out of thin air and things started to gel. She Said She Said was very heartfelt and it was clear the blues would save the set. Viola Lee was great but just when it got happened it almost completly stopped. Deal was really great and the, next guest playing harmoica, was real fun. The highlight had to be that amazing Death Don't have No Mercy. The tempo was faster but it worked quite well. Warren played his best solo of the night. Stella was graceful too. Two Jerry ballads for encores out of four show? I won't complain about that trend. It is very clear that this run is starting to heat up big time. Make your plans to arrive now.
I agree with the 1971 feel of the first set. I kept thinking Harding Theater November 7, 1971! Awesome first set. The loser was played slow and bluesy. Absolutely beautiful and Larry was just too good!
I enjoyed the show.
Not a lot of super high intensity moments but a good show non the less. Different.
I get the feeling after seeing the Haloween show and last night show that Phil is just enjoying this ride. He is giving his bandmates free reign on the canon. Letting them arrange tunes to their liking and just going with the flow. Sometimes it works very well sometimes you get a train wreck, but I get the feeling when the bottom does fall out Phil is completely comfortable during these moments cause he is just as interested in where its going than where it is...
I just feel like he would much rather take these tunes into new and uncharted places just for the sake of seeing what will happen rather than trying to play another sick raging version song that has already been played that way a zillion times. It might not necessarily be as rewarding for the listener who "wants" to the hear a killer version of (insert whatever song you want here), but I think Phil finds it more interesting this way.
That being said, what a fantastic way to spend a Monday night in NYC. The venue was really easy to navigate, could pretty much hand where-ever you wanted, was very east to get drinks and get around in general. Security was a more than a little on the douchebag side as because it was relatively empty, they were not standing for the free for all anything goes attitude that come with a crowd that is just to big to control...
Highlights were as follows...
spent first set down in front, Phil and Larry nice and loud, but vocals very low and muddy cause we werent getting enough PA.
Cumberland Blues-Solid, not raging but a good version.
Gone Wanderin'- Dug it. I like Jackie when he tries to be Jackie and doesnt try and be a rock star.
Beat It On Down The Line - good better than expected.
Loser> - really slow tempo. Phil has basically let Jackie rearrange this to his liking. It was good though, and the second lap of the Jam was the highlight of the set for me. VERY intense, but the intensity was short lived.
Minglewood Blues> so, so. I dont mind Jackie doing Bobby tunes, infact I like it, but part of what made the Bobby tunes so great is what Jerry was doing during them. When you bastardize the arrangement to the point where its not really recognizable, it becomes basically just another shitty Bobby tune. But Phil was psyched and when the band hit a major train wreck toward the end of the big jam (I think they were playing in 2 totally different keys at one point) the only one who was still cool as a cucumber was Phil, he was psyched as if it was like "Ah Ha...this is weird!which way should we take this now...?" and he picked up the ball where it had been dropped, moved in another direction, and everybody went along their merry way...
Jam>Brown-Eyed Women - the intro to Brown Eyed was another highlight to the set. A very bright jam with many differnt head fakes and very well executed and shard transition into the Brown Eyed. BEW has always been a favorite tune of mine. The jam in the middle was good but Larry took his time with the first lap and the send and third laps never really reached ludicrous speed. When Brown Eyed hits its great. It may be blaspheme but the version I saw Ratdog play at the Philmore a few years back on Valentines day, and that is what I'm talking about. Extended very well played peak out with MK leading the way. I would love to see Philco rip this up a little harder just cause I know they could rage it big time and it would be very very sick.
Dancin' In The Streets - Decent. Not thrilling but ok.
Hung out on the ledge at bottom of top section on Jackieís side (where a bunch of us were last year for the Jack Straw St. Stephen UBC show...) Much better sound separation.
Was psyched to see Warren and he was noticeably psyched to be with us...
Passenger> Jam> - good but again not crazy. Warren barely asserting himself. Good long Jam into Scarlet.
Scarlet Begonias> Jam>. Again Different but good. Now I loves me some Scarlet. Love the Wind in the willows jam, but this was not yo mama's Scarlet. Warren took a nice long solo but it was really mellow and delicate. He was playing his gibson hollow body all night and it has a very bright southern tone. At first I was like come on people, its Scalet, CRANK THE SHIT, but they really took their time with it and I actually ended up digging it. Toward the end of the Jam Phil montioned to everybody it "HIT IT" a little and they did for one quick last lap and then back into the vocal. I felt like if they kept it going they could have blown the roof off the place right there if they wanted to...
Direwolf - good
Fire On the Mountain - very good. second set highlight for me. Warren starting to kick a little ass.
She Said, She Said - Warren continued to kick some ass. Great version. Made me miss the Q.
^Viola Lee Blues(v1)> good but short.
^Deal> -nice random tune choice to put in a Viola Sandwhich
^Viola(v2)> - good but short
Death Don't Have No Mercy> Pretty heavy. Warren's finest moment of the night, but a little short lived. At this point I was pretty convinced that the band was capable of finding the energy but was having difficulty (or lacking the desire) to really focus and harness the energy to let it get really really intense, the way we all know it can, and the reason we all keep coming back...
Viola(v3)> good but short.
^Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad - Good. Fun. Dug the outro, always do...
Get Out and Vote rap/Donor Rap/intros
Stella Blue - Poignant. Was hoping for a Tom Thumbs and felt like it was the kind of random Monday show where we might actually get one.
Overall a fun great Monday night in NYC with Phil, but no real crazy, crazy high intensity moments or really sick jams. But I wouldnt have rather been any where else, and am just real happy that Phil is still doing this and continuing to search for the sound.
I kind of "get" why he sidelines Barry. I dont agree but I think Phil is more interested in seeing where it will go if they throw everything to chance and caution to the wind. With Barry playing a more dominant role it functions as a real solid solid anchor to the core of the tunes as we know them and almost forces the band into sick "classic" jams. For me nothing would be better but I give Phil a free pass to do whatever the hell he thinks is cool, cause he usually comes up with something that is...
and also, I know he can turn it on whenever he wants to and most likely will over the next few weeks. look out things will get crazy i'm sure...
ok thatís my .02...
one more thing. the particle dude kicks fucking ass imo. they guy has done his homework, has great tones and command of the material, and knows what the fuck he is doing...
one last thing. the BEST thing I have seen in the 2 shows so far was Barry Sless ripping it up during the Cream Puff War and Masons the first set first night...
one final thing (promise) I find it funny that these guys change guitars every tune. Iím mean WTF ? Jerry need one friggin guitar per show and could get more style and tone variability, than anyone!!! Are the 15 different guitars these guys go through each night REALLY necessary ?
>>>Phil pulled Fire right out of thin air and things started to gel.
that WAS pretty cool actually. the band had stopped after Dire Wolf and Phil just started thumping the Fire Bass line out of nowhere and it was the first time I've every heard Fire start as Fire and not "out of" something else. very cool indeedy...
>>>>until some jerkoff told me to stop clapping after songs.
Haha, cyptical,sorry to hear that. Do you think that would have happened at the Fillmore in '69? People can be so uptight.
Hey guys, I am new to the Phil Zone... The only Phil show I have seen before 11/2 was the 7/13 show at Jones Beach. I was lucky to find that whole show availible for free on Archive.org.
I haven't had luck finding this one, however I will do anything to have these shows! I will even pay, I need this thing on my itunes. It was amazing!
I am not experienced with etree.org and all that stuff.
Please show me the way! I need to have these show!
I may be going back Thursday, too. So psyched!
also, does anybody know if they are going to release soundboard recordings? having this run in good quality would be a dream...
I know, but I honestly have no idea how to use it. I have 0 experience. show me the way!
Laughing Bones great insights I enjoyed reading them.Look forward to more. Next show I will attend will be the 11th. Seeing RatDog on Sunday which should be fun.
>>>>>Are the 15 different guitars these guys go through each night REALLY necessary ?
Obviously not, but if ya got 'em, flaunt 'em. It bugs me too. Kimock (I love his playing, btw) was one of the worst in this regard, but instead of having a roadie hand him a freshie after each tune he had 'em arrayed across the stage so he could switch in mid-tune - he used to do that quite frequently in Zero.
Does anyone know how to get in touch with someone in the band and let them know how erratic the house sound is from place to place? (Or has that already been fixed?)