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Traveled from WA to this show because all the others have been 21+

Been looking at the past few nights setlists, after reading them im just unsure what they could bust out!(i know its hard to predict)

what do you guys think they’ll play tonight!!

so excited

 

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Set I

Let The Good Times Roll
Feel Like A Stranger
Peggy-O
Me & My Uncle >
Mexicali Blues
Loser
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Loose Lucy
Cassidy >
Don't Ease Me In
Set II
Victim Or The Crime >
Touch Of Grey >
Looks Like Rain >
Terrapin Station >
Drums >
Space >
Dear Mr. Fantasy >
Hey Jude >
All Along The Watchtower >
Stella Blue >
Turn On Your Lovelight

Encore:
Black Muddy River

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First three nights of 2020 DSO West coast tour are in the books. I could stop now with a full cup but that is not to be my fate. So on we go. Skipping Bend....home in sorthern Oregon and recovering. 

 

Seattle and Eugene were both incredible for me. Portland was good not great- musically perfect but spatially limited. Eugene takes the cake!

 

When i get excited i get Down- like, literally low to the ground. I got low a lot these last three nights. It was so high! And now my quads...

 

 

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Usually in 3 nights I can pick either a favorite or least favorite, but not this time. Despite my feelings about the venues in Seattle and Portland, all 3 of these shows were grate for me. Looking forward to winding down with an acoustic show before heading home. 

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Eaton slide solo on That's What Love Will Make You Do - Going out on a limb here, but let's call it a salute to Buddy Cage.

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Such a set up for a memorable eve; DSO in Eugene on a Saturday night with a full moon....ahhhhhh

 

One of the few (only?) shows I've caught where I was at the original...Cal Expo seemed so intimate back then...!

 

 

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Yes call expo was so wonderful and small ..the sign above the entrance in regard to the dead....we aren't the best at what we do we are the only ones who do what we do.  

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