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Jay Peak 8-4-18

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Starlight Theater, Kansas City, MO (8/3/82)

Mississippi Half-Step
Franklin's Tower
New Minglewood Blues
Peggy-O
El Paso
Cumberland Blues
Althea
Cassidy
Big Railroad Blues
Man Smart/Woman Smarter
Might As Well

Shakedown Street
Samson and Delilah
To Lay Me Down
Let it Grow
drums
He's Gone
The Other One
Stella Blue
Sugar Magnolia

Casey Jones

Filler: Ripple

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Rockng first set. Highlight for me was Cumberland, but strong throughout. Second set Shakedown, Samson, high dance energy. To Lay Me Down, ripping Let it Grow, drums, He's Gone, smoking Other One, lovely Stella Blue. Sugar Magnolia, Casey Jones, more heat, and Ripple to bring it back home. Really nice venue, overall. 

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This was a top 5 GD show for me. Amazingly enough, never saw DSO do it...this had to be a good one.

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