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05/14/2009 - Phoenix, AZ

From the 2009 tour

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Re: 05/14/2009 - Phoenix, AZ

Post by rich_big » May 15, 2009 2:18 am

I like this song. isn't there an intro about doctors?

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Re: 05/14/2009 - Phoenix, AZ

Post by chasescott66 » May 15, 2009 2:19 am

rich_big wrote:I like this song. isn't there an intro about doctors?
Umm...I'm not sure. I dont know of it.

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Re: 05/14/2009 - Phoenix, AZ

Post by moog » May 15, 2009 2:32 am

Okay, back for the next six songs

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Re: 05/14/2009 - Phoenix, AZ

Post by chasescott66 » May 15, 2009 2:54 am

I think I'm gonna get to bed. Peace all

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Re: 05/14/2009 - Phoenix, AZ

Post by moog » May 15, 2009 3:01 am

me too, after this song. Noon comes fast.

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Re: 05/14/2009 - Phoenix, AZ

Post by Brown Eyed Girl » May 15, 2009 11:32 am

Karacal wrote:
conched wrote:Purple Port A John??
:o :o :o
That was about the same look on our faces when we heard him sing it...we kind of looked at each other with that "did we hear that right" look on our faces. There were purple port a johns at the top of the lawn section way over on each side. :lol: :lol: :lol:

It was a great show...Jimmy could have sung It's A Small World for all I cared. I was there with my very bestest friend in the whole world and several new friends who loved their drinkie skirts. :lol: We had a perfect spot right up close on the lawn, dead center. Perfect temperature and Cricket blows every other venue I've been to out of the water for its well oiled machine. Virtually no lines anywhere...at bathrooms, concessions, entering and exiting the pavillion, parking lot...nothing. I was very impressed. Hated to see the show end. Yeah, maybe the setlist was a little familiar...but seeing it live makes all the difference in the world. We got to see Jimmy! Life is Good!!! :D :D :D
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Re: 05/14/2009 - Phoenix, AZ

Post by Teacup » May 15, 2009 11:51 am

Cricket was awesome!!! The only thing Iwould like to see changed is more port a johns in the lots. The one near us had a huge line. One smart parrothead brought his own and was using it as a ladies' only and charging two dollars to use it. A great value considering standing in line would have taken at least 30 minutes and the conditions would have been dreadful.

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Re: 05/14/2009 - Phoenix, AZ

Post by conched » May 15, 2009 12:46 pm

Brown Eyed Girl wrote:
Karacal wrote:
conched wrote:Purple Port A John??
:o :o :o
That was about the same look on our faces when we heard him sing it...we kind of looked at each other with that "did we hear that right" look on our faces. There were purple port a johns at the top of the lawn section way over on each side. :lol: :lol: :lol:

It was a great show...Jimmy could have sung It's A Small World for all I cared. I was there with my very bestest friend in the whole world and several new friends who loved their drinkie skirts. :lol: We had a perfect spot right up close on the lawn, dead center. Perfect temperature and Cricket blows every other venue I've been to out of the water for its well oiled machine. Virtually no lines anywhere...at bathrooms, concessions, entering and exiting the pavillion, parking lot...nothing. I was very impressed. Hated to see the show end. Yeah, maybe the setlist was a little familiar...but seeing it live makes all the difference in the world. We got to see Jimmy! Life is Good!!! :D :D :D
What a special post, Kathy. THAT'S what it's all about! Thanks for sharing!

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Re: 05/14/2009 - Phoenix, AZ

Post by conched » May 15, 2009 12:57 pm

conched wrote:
dean_siu wrote:
conched wrote:I pulled out the old 45s to look at B-sides

A Perfect Partner
B Bigger Than The Both Of Us

A Volcano
B Stranded On A Sandbar

A Fins
B Dreamsicle

A Another Saturday Night
B Souvenirs

A Why Don't We Get Drunk
B The Great Filling Station Holdup

A Changes In Latitude
B Landfall

It's all good!

that took up the break

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Was the Great Filling Station Holdup really the B side to WDWGDAS? I always thought it was reverse and that the B side just gained cult status in bars across the country? I guess I learn something new every night!
Probably just the way MCA reissued the 45. Guess that's misleading, because I agree that that doesn't seem right.
Dean, you were exactly right. I pulled out the odler ABC Dunhill 45s and Great Filling Station Holdup IS the A-side with WDWGD as Side-B

Yes, it would be nice to hear more of those Side B songs: (more)

A-Manana
B-Coast of Marseilles (possibility to hear this live in Paris?) :)

A-Door Number Three (will never forget this one on Live By The Bay)
B-Dallas (I'll "pass it by") Ha

A-CILCIA
B-Landfall

A-Livingston Saturday Night (just got THAT one in Frisco and it was superb and FUN as all getout!)
B-Cowboy In The Jungle (These were releases from Son of a Son Of A Sailor)

Thanks to Jimmy for playing whatever he wants to pull out of his catalogue! Like Kathy said, he could play "It's a Small World"...it's all in the magic of the music.

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Re: 05/14/2009 - Phoenix, AZ

Post by pair8head » May 15, 2009 3:59 pm

QUESTION:
A visitor to the Dark side asked the following question...
At the show in Phoenix last night I heard a song the had the something like "I'm still doing the Rumba" Anyone know what song it is?

Millsie

anyone have an idea what she may be talking about? I didn't listen to the show and looking at the set list the obvious answer can't be right.

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Re: 05/14/2009 - Phoenix, AZ

Post by Martyritaville » May 15, 2009 11:55 pm

pair8head wrote:QUESTION:
A visitor to the Dark side asked the following question...
At the show in Phoenix last night I heard a song the had the something like "I'm still doing the Rumba" Anyone know what song it is?

Millsie

anyone have an idea what she may be talking about? I didn't listen to the show and looking at the set list the obvious answer can't be right.

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"Rhumba Man" - a Jesse Winchester song. I like it a lot.
A most mysterious calling harbour
So far, but yet, so near
Where I see the day
When my hair's full gray
and I finally...disappear. BUT NOT YET!!

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