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Cold Rain + Snow > Watchtower, Althea, We Can Run, Deep Elem > Women R Smarter, So Many Roads> Wheel > Rubin + Cherise, Run, Run Rudolph

 

Feel Like a Stranger > Touch of Grey, Gimmie Some Lovin, Terrapin > D/S > Cosmic Charlie (‘76) > I Need a Miracle > Other One > Casey Jones

 

E:  Rainy Day Women

 

Sing me back home had to be scrapped after Miracle 

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1 hour ago, Greg from Chestertown said:

Why do you say sing me back home had to be scrapped after miracle? Is that another way of saying sing me back home tease? Curious.

The band had to scrap it presumably due to time constraints.  Their 'planned' setlist originally included it.

Interesting to see Watchtower, Women, and Wheel in the 1st stanza.....

 

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Love that first set, very creative. I would have scrapped miracle instead of SMBH...

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Great show!! The Althea was spectacular and SMR was spot on. The jam in Rubin reminded me of exactly why I love DSO. However, I feel like the awesomeness of the first set was downgraded with Rudolph. That song did not fit at alll...

 

The second set Touch was apropos for the thread here and seemed right for a number of folks in the crowd. The Imagine jam with the crowd singing along was goose bump inducing and a great intro to CC into Miracle. The jam in Terrapin was a grand continuation of the first set jams. 

 

I feel like they were as solid last night as I’ve ever seen them. Well worth the price of admission!

 

i was told that the show was sold out. Can anyone verify this?

 

30 seconds of Imagine...

 

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Show was good but the crowd was terrible. People scream talking during So Many Roads. My friends were guilty of this. Kind of ruined the night. I've notied RVA shows have a lot of loud drunk talkers. Wednesday crowd was much better. 

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There’s never too much Chuck Berry, Hoosh.  😃

 

 

And I sure can think of something that could get clipped before the Sing Me Back Home.  I’m looking at you, I Need a Miracle.  

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13 minutes ago, DesertDead said:

There’s never too much Chuck Berry, Hoosh.  😃

 

True, true...but there does need to be some flow, and that song absolutely didn’t go with the first set flow. 🧐 😉

 

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I loved the Terrapin Jam into drums - they seemed to tease Cumberland and then almost had a Feel like a stranger reprise.

The Imagine jam was just awesome.

Miracle was very high energy.

But the Other one was face melting!  they really killed it.

As good or better as I've ever seen them.

 

Rainy day women was a hoot for the crowd.

I loved the Terrapin Jam into drums - they seemed to tease Cumberland and then almost had a Feel like a stranger reprise.

The Imagine jam was just awesome.

Miracle was very high energy.

But the Other one was face melting!  they really killed it.

As good or better as I've ever seen them.

 

Rainy day women was a hoot for the crowd.

 

Hey Hoosh - your video didn't play for me.

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2 hours ago, Althea82 said:

Show was good but the crowd was terrible. People scream talking during So Many Roads. My friends were guilty of this. Kind of ruined the night. I've notied RVA shows have a lot of loud drunk talkers. Wednesday crowd was much better. 

 

Yup. 😕

i has to ask folks to not shout over the music during smr as well. 

Talking is distracting enough. Shouting just sucks

 

 

 

I think the jam out of terrapin and the other one were my highlights. 

Perfect timing on the other one changes and Stu’s bass roll into both of the verses were delicate and thunderous!

 

cold rain>watchtower was thrilling and a great elective start

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First set selections

delicious including

RRR

I'm perfectly fine with

electives from our band.

 

Enjoy NorVa tonite full timers.

 

Praise DSO.

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