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Rochester 8/3/18

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Ok so far..




West LA

Memphis Blues

Lazy River Road


Blow Away

Ramble On




BTW a train was fittingly rolling past the field during Lazy River Road. Couldn't tell if the boxcars we're bright blue. Lisa joined the show after Blow Away. And Music was killer.


Set 2


China Cat >
She Belongs To Me
Lost Sailor >
Saint of Circumstance > 
Drumz > ...


Great transition into Rider. Loved the She Belongs To Me. No Lisa in set 2 yet.  Oh there was a nice little glow sticks extravaganza in the stands after Rider. In space just now I think we had Dazed and Confused teases...


Post-space to come...


Drove back to Buffalo and hit the hay before I could finish the post..


Dear Mr. Fantasy >

Throwing Stones >

World To Give >

Saturday Night


E: Mr. Charlie

    C'est La Vie (You Never Can Tell)


Lisa returned for Saturday Night (which everyone was dancing at the local skating rink) and the rest. Really good, slightly slower, Mr. Fantasy. And were there Dazed & Confused teases by Skip/others in Space?? At least that's what *I* heard.


Great time at the local baseball field today. Crowd was sparse up until 20 minutes to go then it seemed to explode and really fill in. 


*Sigh* :)Now I can't wait for the October OH/PA shows!! 



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Fun show! Great energy and the music was played well. I'm struggling to finish up the setlist after space....


If I had the World to Give

Throwing Stones


You Can Never Tell

One More Sat Night


Pretty sure I'm missing a song or 2.


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