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Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland, CA (11/22/85)

Hell in a Bucket
New Minglewood Blues
Dupree's Diamond Blues
Let it Grow

Touch of Grey
Estimated Prophet
Eyes of the World
Morning Dew
Throwin' Stones
Turn on Your Love Light

Brokedown Palace

Filler: Strange Man 

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Mr. Eaton prefaced the show by mentioning he has had bronchitis for the past week, but that he plans on singing his ass off, which he did. Small, old theatre around 850 capacity built in 1885, not heavily sold, they allowed dancing in the aisles, which was well taken advantage of. The house achieved pin drop quiet during Morning Dew, was lovely all around, and Lisa delivered a powerful performance to close out the night with Strange Man, such a treat!!

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1 hour ago, BillK522 said:

You are straight killing it this tour, Hardpan.


Praise DSO.

It has worked out nice this fall, not too far of drives with good weekend clusters of shows, home each night 😃

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Oh man...i probably could have made it to this show right on time. Been driving cross country, didn't think to look. I guess i opted for family dinner instead. See y'all Wedsnesday, looking forward to it!

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