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 Post subject: Church Shows, 2000
PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2000 11:15 pm
  

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I don't have a set list. I know someone does and will post it. I was there for Saturday's and Sunday's shows. They were just great, and that's putting it very mildly. Arlo, Sarah and Xavier all seemed to be having a great time and it was loose and fun and we got to hear some stuff we haven't heard live in a long time, or in some cases, ever.

The big news:
Abe sang an entire song, solo. He did it beautifully, too.
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They did Prologue!!! And they did it great! I can die happy now, but I don't really want to go just yet..


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2000 11:23 pm
  

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I have now decreed PROLOGUE to be a standard at all future Arlo shows for the benefit of those who didn't get to go to Mass. & Ditto on the Abe song. Image
Sounds like a nice time!


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2000 12:09 am
  

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The word "NICE" doesn't touch it!!!!Image
It was more like a preview of heaven!!


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Dear Kitty and Pat, thanks for the complete set list, the photos and even recordings and video, you guys out done yourselves. Thanks again Image


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2000 1:54 am
  

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I don't know if those other things will be available, but there will be a setlist from a more responsible person, I'm sure and there will be photos. Just gotta give people a chance to get home and stuff first.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2000 9:02 am
  

what pat said...it was truly a wonderful time! very relaxed and a lot of fun! i really enjoyed seeing xavier back up arlo (you should bring them to keswick, arlo Image ), and why has abe been hiding that voice? he was great on his solo! thanks to arlo, sarah, abe and the rest of xavier for a great time! thanks to lisag and all the volunteers for their part in making the gigs great!


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2000 11:17 am
  

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Mostly what deb and pat said. I'm sure when somebody gets enough sleep, a setlist will be posted.

*It was nice to hear some of those old songs 'breathe new life', and nice to hear one, I hadn't heard of. He dedicated it to Dave..'Something about Baltimore'...

**I myself am anxious, about Sat. nite's setlist. I remember them all, but not in order. . . . . . .Image. . . . . . .


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I recorded both Saturday & Sunday and it sounds great... might be putting one up on the website around Thanksgiving. I would have taped Friday's show if I had realized Abe wasn't recording it on his Powerbook (thought I could just get it from him).

So, here is Saturday 10/7/00:

1) I'll Be With You Tonight
2) Introduction / Fence Post Blues
3) Me and My Goose
4) Big Square Walking - Sarah
5) Coming Into Los Angeles
6) Alone - Abe sang entire song
7) St. James Infirmary
8) Stealin'
9) Here We Are/Way Out In The Country
...Intermission...
10) Prologue
11) In a Young Girl's Mind - Sarah
12) Keys to the Highway
13) Sailing Down This Golden River - Sarah
14) When I Go By Baltimore (my request - yippie!)
15) Gabriel's Mother's Hiway Ballad #16 Blues
16) City of New Orleans
17) Ocean Crossing (for Dan Rottenberk)
18) Orphan Girl - Sarah
19) Amazing Grace
...Encores...
20) Highway In the Wind
21) Goodnight Irene

Sunday night (10/8/00):
1) Introduction / Fence Post Blues
2) I Can't Believe I'll Be With You Tonight
3) Me and My Goose
4) Big Square Walking - Sarah
5) Coming Into Los Angeles
6) Alone - Abe
7) St. James Infirmary
8) Ukulele Lady (Sarah with hand gestures)
9) Here We Are/Way Out In The Country
...Intermission...
10) Prologue
11) When a Soldier Makes It Home (for John Hagler)
12) Sailing Down This Golden River - Sarah
13) Keys to the Highway
14) Gabriel's Mother's Hiway Ballad #16 Blues
15) When I Go By Baltimore
16) In a Young Girl's Mind - Sarah
17) Under Cover of Night (Sarah on chorus - excellent)
18) Highway In the Wind
...Encores...
19) City of New Orleans
20) Goodnight Irene

All I can remember about Friday night was that they did an AWESOME version of "Drowning Man"... The boys in Xavier did a hell of a job with what little practice time they had. The songs couldn't have sounded better and they really add a lot to the show. It's kinda like they add a whole other dimension to the show... much like the symphony orchestras do! I really hope that they all do a bunch more shows together (like Carnegie and the Keswick)! Hint hint... Image

<center><FONT COLOR="#000080">--- Edited 1 times, lastly by Dave on Oct 10, 2000 ---</FONT></center>


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2000 5:14 pm
  

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Thanks Cyberman! Can't wait to hear the tunes! Image We also need 27 8 by 10 color glossy photographs! Hope they bring Xavier to the Keswick! Haven't seen them since 1994!


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2000 7:29 pm
  

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Friday 10/06/00

1) I'll Be With You Tonight
2) Sitting On A Country Fence Post
3) Coming Into Los Angeles
4) Old Shep/Me And My Goose
5) Big Square Walking - Sarah
6) Saint James Infirmary
7) Alone - Abe
8) Drowning Man
***Intermission***
9) Prologue
10) In A Young Girl's Mind - Sarah
11) Stealin'
12) Telephone
13) Doors To Heaven
14) Gabriel's Mother's Highway Ballad #16 Blues
15) Here We Are/Way Out In The Country
16) Miss The Mississippi And You
17) Highway In The Wind
18) Goodnight Irene
***Encore***
19) City Of New Orleans

Arlo led into "Me And My Goose" with a portion of "Old Shep" a song about a boy and his dog.

Arlo openned Saturday with "I'll Be With You Tonight."

Dave, I taped Friday and Saturday, Wanna swap a Friday for a Sunday?

<center><FONT COLOR="#000080">--- Edited 2 times, lastly by JohnC on Oct 10, 2000 ---</FONT></center>


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 11, 2000 12:09 am
  

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Abeski couldn't do it nor could Cyberman but John C came thru! Image {{Applause}}

Wow, I've never heard Arlo do Old Shep. Hey Arlo you were supposed to Old Shep at a gig Mike's at. Image You know what a big Elvis Fan he is! Image & Drowning Man? I may have heard that one live once!

Set List for Keswick:

I'll Be With You Tonight (Isn't this on a Dylan tune?)
Old Shep
Alone - Abe
Drowning Man
Prologue
Miss The Mississippi And You
When I Go By Baltimore
I Can't Believe I'll Be With You Tonight

Arlo, All these are the church shows stuff you've never done at any shows I've been at. So since you already know em & we've never heard 'em live, I have convieniently saved you the task of having to figure out a set list for the Keswick. How sweet of me. Image & You can also do ALICE cuz the day after the Keswick our church is having a Thanksgiving dinner & I gotta hurry back home the next day Sunday to go to that. The song will fit right in with the occasion & put me in the mood. Image


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 11, 2000 12:10 pm
  

Sounds positively nifty! What a great time y'all must've had.

Couldn't help noticing that Good Night Irene closed out the set. I have my own fond memory of that tune, although it's got nothing to do with Arlo -- more's the pity.

Backstage one night down at the old Lone Star in NYC, Paul Butterfield, Richard Manuel, Rick Danko, and I were sitting around and somehow we all started singing Good Night Irene for no particular reason. A crowd developed at the doorway that was bigger than the audience in the house. Or so it seemed. They sure seemed to like it a lot, too.
Anyway, it was fun, it was magic, and I sure consider myself lucky to have been in on that one. Can't hear that song, or hear about it, without remembering that night, though. Image


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 11, 2000 4:02 pm
  

Muffy - When Arlo sings Good night Irene, I can hear my Mom singing it. (Not quite in key) I love it! But quite often when he closes with it, I don't have time to "dry the tears" before the lights come on. Good thing I'm among people who understand. It is nice - isn't it?


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 11, 2000 7:08 pm
  

*sigh*

It was good to hear the gigs - but it was better to meet all of you all! Image

Dear Lord, I'm tired.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2000 10:43 am
  

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Ah, ReginaC, yes we sure do understand. I saw somebody wiping they're eyes to another song, when I felt nothing but happy. I am to guess those were tears of happiness. I did however find my weak spot. Just a tear or two. Some of those old songs bring back so many memories.

*All these faces looking at me,
Looking through me, I don't mind
I just see a face that's worrying
I loved you when you cried*

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