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 Post subject: May 31,2001...Epcot
PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2001 3:06 am
  

Before I fill you in on the set list, I have to say that Epcot is a great place to see Arlo & Family. I was a little hesitant to go last year..you know...Disney and all that..

But, it's a very comfortable and small outdoor theater. You can get as close to the stage as you want. It's very low key (except for the Flower Power Visuals) and everyone is hanging out having a good time.

Anyway....
Arlo, Abe, SLG, Johnny and Xavier on stage the entire show.

Set 1:
Arlo dedicated this set to Bob Dylan, the birthday boy.
All Along The Watchtower
Mr. Tambourine Man
Blowin' In The Wind
St. James Infirmary
Freight Train
City Of New Orleans

Set 2:
Chilling Of The Evening
Introduction/Fence Post Blues
Slow Boat
Ocean Crossing
Motorcycle Song
Key To The Highway
Big Square Walking

Set 3:
Garden Song
Comin' Into Los Angeles
When The Ship Comes In
Doors Of Heaven
Prologue

Between the 2nd & 3rd set, Arlo, Abe & SLG
hung out with the crowd to sign autographs and take pictures. I saw a lot of smiling faces.

For C.H. ( Arlo wore a different floral print shirt for each set. It was a hot day, everyone was swimming in sweat.)


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2001 10:58 am
  

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Thanks for the setlist, showe report& fashion list! It must've been hot there! Image


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2001 8:37 pm
  

I met Arlo after a show in 1996, which was cool. Never heard of him being available at intermission before. At 2 concerts I saw fairly recently--Utah Philips and Sam Butera & the Wildest--the artist was available to meet the people at intermission. I thought it was a good idea. I'd like to see it become a trend, unless it was a big stadium concert where it would not be practical. (In case you're wondering, Butera was Louis Primas's sax player.)


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