Posted: Fri Nov 26, 2010 1:41 am Post subject: Playing Scarlet> Fire and H>S>Franklins on the same
So this may be way less of a rare occurrence than I think, but it seems very rare that the band busts out a H>S>F and a Scarlet>Fire on the same night. The only two shows i can think of off the top of my head are 4/23/77 and 10/31/90. I'm sure there are more, but probably not to many. I could see why they wouldn't want to play two their biggest "hits" in one night. Any one know why? Or am i just not taking a ton of shows into consideration where they did?
I wish they tried some kind of crazy combination like Help>Scarlet>Slipknot>Fire>Franklin's lol
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Posted: Fri Nov 26, 2010 2:24 am Post subject:
Well there's also 10-31-91, and 10-01-94.
The most apparent reason for the rarity of both occurrences in the same show is that H/S/F was not a frequent enough 1st Set triplet, and within a 2nd Set H/S/F and Scarlet/Fire are mutually exclusive. That is to say, one or the other would generally open the 2nd Set, but you would not have both in a 2nd Set. Scarlet/Fire of course was never (with a couple exceptions) played in Set One, so the only realistic opportunity for both to be played was the scenario of H/S/F opening Set 1 and Scarlet-Fire in Set 2.
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