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PostPosted: Sun Sep 07, 2008 12:40 am    Post subject: 10/21/73... Can anyone tell me where Nebraska is on a map? Reply with quote

That's a joke of course.

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Omaha Civic Auditorium
Omaha, NE
10/21/73 - Sunday

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One
Here Comes Sunshine ; Beat It On Down The Line ; Loser ; Black Throated Wind ; They Love Each Other ; Cumberland Blues ; El Paso ; You Ain't Woman Enough ; Weather Report Suite Prelude > Weather Report Suite Part 1 > Let It Grow

Two
Playing In The Band [10:19] > Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo [7:47] > Big River [4:56] > Playing In The Band [9:57] ; He's Gone [13:25] > Truckin' [6:55#] > Wharf Rat > Sugar Magnolia [9:23] > Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad [9:17] > One More Saturday Night [4:52]

Set One
Here Comes Sunshine to lead us off, nice start. The levels are either jacked, or the cymbal took over as the lead instrument. This cuts straight into the jam too.
BIODTL features a blown start and a Bobby crack on Billy.
Loser resurrects my interest, nothing stellar here, but heading in the right direction.
BTW is on the money, such a beautiful song.
TLEO rocks old school stylee.
Cumberland Blues is where the show is blown wide open. Awesome showing from the boys... plagued by diginoise, didn't even care. Nice work!
El Paso finds us in a packed Rosa's Cantina, and it continues the awesome momentum. I really can't understand how people dislike this tune. I love it in all eras.
This is followed by You Ain't Woman Enough... I will spare us all the bitter insult and just move on to the set ending trio.
The WRS finds us abandoned in a nuclear fallout zone, and throws us a lifeline (I guess I didn't skip the insult of YAWE). When they hit the LIG the tempo is faster than the typical showing from this year (this is par for the show actually, a bit faster tempo than the era would otherwise suggest). Jerry, Phil, Billy, they are all over it. Jerry's noodles hit 81 LIG levels here... it fucking ROCKS!!!
Phil Jerry Rocks Call the calvary/Correction Police Goodnight

Set Two
PITB starts of cut, like HCS in the 1st. The jamming gets heavy quick. I loved it... and the transition to 1/2 step is awesome... the song is excellently performed...and this then goes into Big River and Billy is ready! There is still the occasional Star Trek phaser noise here... and the back into PITB. I am not fully elaborating here... for a reason. I am writing this as I listen, and thus far, this is certainly the meat of the show. This shouldn't be too surprising!

We then hit the second sequence of excellence... He's Gone leads us off with a great Gone Jam at the end, which heads into Truckin' which easily surpasses my expectations. Jerry rocks this one down... this one hits 6th gear. That goes into a powerful Wharf Rat... which... noodles into the climax... as Borat would say... Very NICE! You know what he would like... some Sugar Magnolia action!
This is the 2nd mega-chunk of funk for the show. The 1st is better, but this rocks.

Enjoy this show, and thank to Cheesebeer, outreach & swamister for the chatroom experience with it!

VERY NICE!!!

Now, I will make the sexy time with something I DLed off thepiratebay.org
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 13, 2009 9:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good 2nd set (highlight is the Playin sammy) , but most of the 1st set is pretty weak. Cumby is nice, but thats about it. Someone sent me this in a trade back in the dark ages, raving about it.
Found it a little underwhelming as a whole. Maybe one of the few not-great shows of late 73.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 07, 2011 11:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I just noticed you didn't really dig this show Dave... I wonder if you would like it more upon a fresh listening?
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 02, 2011 7:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wow...never heard of this one. Looks like a very creative and interesting second set. With very nice song selection and placement.
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10-21-73 Omaha Civic Auditorium, Omaha, Nb. (Sun)
1: H. C. Sunshine, BIODTL, Loser, B. T. Wind, TLEO, Cumberland, El Paso, You Ain't Woman Enough, WRS Prelude> WRS Part 1> Let It Grow
2: Playin> Half Step> Big River> Playin, He's Gone> Truckin> Wharf Rat> Sugar Magnolia> GDTRFB> Saturday Night
final "You Ain't Woman Enough"

Set 1
Here Comes Sunshine features a massive cut into the jam, and poor sound quality. The jam itself sounds like it was nice.
Beat It On Down The Line features a blown start, and then a blown momentum. Luckily, this is getting to the point where Donna is quite preggers and we wont have to have a lot more of her in the coming shows.
Loser is super mellow. Near the end of the show the SQ gets weirded out, balances go into flux.
Black Throated Wind actually gets us back on track. The finale is especially solid.
They Love Each Other has us getting back to the level Id like them to perform at after a less than ideal start to the show. We get some static in here.
Cumberland Blues gets us, finally, to where we need to be. Static continues. Jerry and the boys have fun on this one, again. X factor is achieved in here. You may just want to start the show from this point.
El Paso maintains the levels we have achieved.
You Ain't Woman Enough, the last one ever. I unceremoniously skipped it. If I had never heard this song Id be better for it.
Weather Report Suite Prelude >Weather Report Suite Part > These two parts are played nicely, nothing special, it was rather structured of course, so not a lot of room for improvement.
Let It Grow is a bit slower than Id like it as we hit the first verses. The jamming is nice, but overall they can do better.

Set 2
Playing In The Band > Since its cut, we pretty much go into the jam sooner than were used to. 3 minutes in Jerry is on top of things, but the song isnt driven. After the 4 minute mark were still on theme with focused PITB jamming from the boys, tempo is slow, Jerry is putting out beautiful notes while Keith keeps things calm but also beautiful behind him, and I really dont hear much Bob. It falls into spaciness around 9 minutes in and
Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo> appears as if a comet. Excellent playing in here from Jerry, hes the star. There are faster tempo, more exciting versions, but this is a nice rendition that should be heard.
Big River> maintains tempo
Playing In The Band seems to come in after a cut. This portion is much more interesting than the first portion, perhaps having been juiced up by the Step>River.
He's Gone> is a bit slow at start, but knowing they wont put down the instruments again until the end of the show is pretty cool. It picks up some steam and the outro jam is nice, Jerry hitting some very high notes, and the blues tempo eases us into the beginning of
Truckin'> is exactly what we want from this era, a nice explosion, and settling into the common follower in
Wharf Rat> which is nothing spectacular.
Sugar Magnolia> This has a lot of energy, as usual, and a lot of Donna.
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad> starts off too slow for my liking, but finishes strong.
One More Saturday Night feels like they are kind of going through the motions.

The first set is rather a letdown. Plagued with sound issues and what not. Energy wasnt there except on a few tunes (Cumberland and El Paso).
The second set is pretty interesting because it offers us two meat sequences! However, the energy is inconsistent once again. The highlight is Half-Step>Big River>PITB.
Overall, not a great show, much better within the time period.
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