Furthur Live at Stabler Arena - Lehigh University on 2010-02-15
02. Golden Road
04. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
05. Ramble on Rose
06. Magnolia Mountain
07. Black Peter
09. Next Time You See Me
10. Weir's "Duck Story"
12. Row Jimmy
13. Reuben and Cherise >
14. No More Do I >
15. Eyes of the World >
16. Terrapin Station >
17. The Wheel >
18. Touch of Grey
19. Donor Rap
20. Brokedown Palace
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|Touch of Grey|
|No More Do I >|
|Good Morning Little Schoolgirl|
|Ramble on Rose|
|Eyes of the World >|
|Reuben and Cherise >|
|The Wheel >|
|Next Time You See Me|
|Terrapin Station >|
- Wavelab 5 (fades, tracking)
- Bethlehem, PA
- Microtech Gefell um900 (card, +4db pad, din'ish, fob) > lunatec V3 (digital out) > SD744T (24/48)
- Taped by
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Subject: Solid Show But Don't Call it Great
I do like the bluesy funk sound this band is working on, its different from the blue grassy sound of Phil and Friends with Jackie and Larry; but they were far tighter and walked a bigger musical tightrope and succeeded night in and night out. This is nowhere near the energy and expression of the Nokia-thons or Glen Falls show with Trey. Still, using those as the recent high water mark 5 star shows, this was a solid 3. MOre improvement will follow.
Subject: everything but the right singer
Subject: Wish I was there
Subject: BOB JOKE
Subject: PATRIOT CENTER SHOW
Subject: shows sounds excellent
I was at the Fairfax show... not uploaded unfortunately... had to buy from the soundboard on furthur.net. Relistening still gives me chills up and down my spine.
So great to have this band touring, I was too young to ever see the real thing.
As for the show, a very well played show with a decent amount of surprises on what was played and what wasn't played -- such as staying away from the cliche, yet ripe, CR&S. My highlights included a very inspired and high energy JK-fueled RO Rose, a white hot Passenger (which should have ended the first set, NTYSM was a bit of a throw away IMO). The Black Peter was also a treat for me and the stand alone start and non segue stop was very unique and sort fo sends yoru Deadhead sensibility on its ear. Good to hear the Gloria rap here, it was hard to decipher at the time from the front of the floor.
Second Set highlights, mostly the obvious. The Bertha>Jimmy was a great way to open (FYI: John couldn't tell the joke, he was dealing with the equipment issues. Bob was hysterical in his delivery, particularly his facial expressions everytime he delivered the "FLIEEEES" line.) JK handled Row Jimmy just beautifully, from all angles. R & C was very welcome, though I did feel they bailed on the jam a little early, but that's an observation and not a critique. The Eyes>Terrapin>Wheel was spectacular, JK and JC were really phenomenal. Phil was on the mark all night long and really lit up Eyes at various points.
I would not have wished for No More Do I if scratching out an anticipated setlist, but it was very well played and was a nice lead-in to Eyes. While I am normally a huge fan of Touch to close a second set, the Sugar Mags was SO right there for the taking that Touch left me a little bit empty at that point. Though in retrospect there is nothing wrong with the version played.
All in all, a great night amid uncertain weather and at the end of a long four day stint of shows that could have left the band tired and uninspired. The long travel didn't translate into a down show at all, very jammy. Off to Delaware next.
Subject: good stuff
i have been asking the same thing-
wonderign if the fairfax show isnt slated for release by the band?
thanks again tapers- you make the music never stop!
Subject: Let John Tell the Jokes
He killed the punchline by asking for flies first. I know we love Bob, but please let John tell the jokes.
Subject: Thanks Jim
Subject: Good Show
It would be even better if john sang the traditional jerry songs. When Bob trys to sing them it reminds me of William Shattner spoken word.... ok not that bad... but it still doesn't sound right.
Yeah the parking lot was a little hairy with snow and ice. It added a different dynamic to show. Thank you 4 wheel drive.
Subject: see here how everything leads...
So how was the parking lot on the way out? My wife and I had done Hampton-Fairfax-Ithaca, and got it into our heads to drive to Stabler on the way home (since we live just over an hour away on 78), but the lack of tickets and snowy parking lot made us think better.
Wasn't there, but giving it a cautious 3-star rating. The opening 1st set sequence sounds great, a few other nice first set moments. Nice to hear Bob's joke, atypical for the Dead to talk so much. Second set sounds mellow and jazzy, would have been a nice ending to an action-packed weekend (just a little bit furthur?). But it sounds like there were some rough edges at the venue, so maybe just as well we let it pass by...
Subject: Grate night in Bethlehem
Subject: Sing alongs
Subject: where is 2/13
Subject: Cold Sleet and Snow
The sound quality of Stabler has a positive reputation. Perhaps because it is as wide as it is deep. The show was played tightly if not with much originality. They took it safe tonight, but I was not at all disappointed.
Subject: gettin spoiled here
Subject: Great Sound
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