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09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

From the 2009 tour

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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by NanaBabe » September 3, 2009 11:08 pm

ejr wrote:
LIPH wrote:Maybe they've never done it live before but it's been on my iPod for as long as I've had an iPod
it is mentioned in the song database with no lyrics, and no performance dates.
It's from the Far Side demo :D ..... Now if he'd only do Asking Us to Dance ... he can keep Columbus LOL

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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by Migration Michelle » September 3, 2009 11:11 pm

LIPH wrote:
Migration Michelle wrote:Speechless.
We should be so lucky
hmmmm....pretty funny.

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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by gingerbreadman » September 3, 2009 11:13 pm

FarSide... Thanks for helping... I think you missed a couple of songs...

This is what I had...

Also, not sure how to fit the second encore in there...

Nissan Pavilion - Bristow, VA
Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band
2009 Summerzcool Tour
Thursday September 3rd, 2009

Louie Louie
Hot Hot Hot

01 Lage Nom Ai
02 Stars On The Water
03 Summerzcool
04 It's Five O'Clock Somewhere
05 Mañana
06 Conky Tonkin' (with Nadirah on vocals)
07 Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes
08 Volcano (with Ilo Ferreira on vocals)
09 Cheeseburger In Paradise
10 Come Monday (with the Beach Band)
Before SOASOAS security got rid of a giant Praying Mantis
11 Son Of A Son Of A Sailor ("Sail on Teddy!")
12 Brown Eyed Girl
13 One Particular Harbour
14 A Lot To Drink About (with Why Don't We Get Drunk verse)

Intermission
One Love Video

One Love Reprise (Jimmy on uke, Robert and ???)
15 My Head Hurts, My Feet Stink And I Don't Love Jesus (just Jimmy on uke, and ???)
16 Frank And Lola (featuring John Lovell on trumpet)
17 Grapefruit-Juicy Fruit
18 Let Me Love You (Ilo Ferreira)
19 Gypsies In The Palace (with the poem)
20 Last Mango In Paris
21 Feel Like Surfing In A Hurricane
22 Southern Cross
23 A Pirate Looks At Forty
24 Margaritaville (with the lost verse)
25 Fins

First Encore:
26 We Are The People Our Parents Warned Us About

Band Intros:
Tina Gullickson, Nadirah Shakoor, Ralph MacDonald, Peter Mayer, Doyle Grisham,
Mac McAnally, Roger Guth, Jim Mayer, Robert Greenidge, Johnny Lovell (on trumpet and high-steppin),
Michael Utley and Ilo Ferreira

27 Yellow Submarine

Second Encore:
28 Beautiful Swimmers
29 Tin Cup Chalice

Note:
World debut for Beautiful Swimmers (no credits given other than "a new Jimmy Song")
Hey Snake, we need more wine!

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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by Migration Michelle » September 3, 2009 11:22 pm

gingerbreadman wrote:FarSide... Thanks for helping... I think you missed a couple of songs...

This is what I had...

Also, not sure how to fit the second encore in there...

Nissan Pavilion - Bristow, VA
Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band
2009 Summerzcool Tour
Thursday September 3rd, 2009

Louie Louie
Hot Hot Hot

01 Lage Nom Ai
02 Stars On The Water
03 Summerzcool
04 It's Five O'Clock Somewhere
05 Mañana
06 Conky Tonkin' (with Nadirah on vocals)
07 Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes
08 Volcano (with Ilo Ferreira on vocals)
09 Cheeseburger In Paradise
10 Come Monday (with the Beach Band)
Before SOASOAS security got rid of a giant Praying Mantis
11 Son Of A Son Of A Sailor ("Sail on Teddy!")
12 Brown Eyed Girl
13 One Particular Harbour
14 A Lot To Drink About (with Why Don't We Get Drunk verse)

Intermission
One Love Video

One Love Reprise (Jimmy on uke, Robert and ???)
15 My Head Hurts, My Feet Stink And I Don't Love Jesus (just Jimmy on uke, and ???)
16 Frank And Lola (featuring John Lovell on trumpet)
17 Grapefruit-Juicy Fruit
18 Let Me Love You (Ilo Ferreira)
19 Gypsies In The Palace (with the poem)
20 Last Mango In Paris
21 Feel Like Surfing In A Hurricane
22 Southern Cross
23 A Pirate Looks At Forty
24 Margaritaville (with the lost verse)
25 Fins

First Encore:
26 We Are The People Our Parents Warned Us About

Band Intros:
Tina Gullickson, Nadirah Shakoor, Ralph MacDonald, Peter Mayer, Doyle Grisham,
Mac McAnally, Roger Guth, Jim Mayer, Robert Greenidge, Johnny Lovell (on trumpet and high-steppin),
Michael Utley and Ilo Ferreira

27 Yellow Submarine

Second Encore:
28 Beautiful Swimmers
29 Tin Cup Chalice

Note:
World debut for Beautiful Swimmers (no credits given other than "a new Jimmy Song")
GREAT job, Dave....as usual!! :D :D :D :D :D

Thanks so much for all your hard work!!!!!! :D :D :D :D :D

You are THE BEST!!!! :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink:

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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by magnus & Mr Moon » September 3, 2009 11:50 pm

Migration Michelle wrote:GREAT job, Dave....as usual!! :D :D :D :D :D

Thanks so much for all your hard work!!!!!! :D :D :D :D :D

You are THE BEST!!!! :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink:
No arguments here.... :wink: 8) [smilie=battingeyes.gif] :D

great time tonight - what a great show.

Thank you Jimmy for broadcasting your concerts live!!! Please continue to do so. Glad to see Sirius / RM stock is up today - not quite 1% - to 64c..... but in the right direction....

Can we clone you and have your mini me be the business person for Sirius/RM and help them become a more stable, long-term viable business?
And raccoons brought wine and the mice they brought cheese...

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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by conched » September 3, 2009 11:53 pm

Help would be appreciated:

Beautiful Swimmers from Nissan 2009_10_03
Marilyn Monroe she did a night shoot in a pool
Posing naked for a Playboy spread,
She was old, but she still was cool
When they wrapped right after midnight
and the crew went to the bar
Norma Jean just did the backstroke
Like she was reaching for a falling star.

Beautiful Swimmers they know how to move
Slide across the water like a steel guitar (Doyle sounds great)
Beautiful swimmers, stay in the groove
Riding constant currents, near and far.

Standing in a tidal pool just East of Baltimore
A watching little blue crabs
Navigate the Eastern Shore
Every bayou, stream, and river
In time runs to the sea
Every flounder, tadpole, and softshell
Feels the choreography

They're all beautiful swimmers
Who know how to move
Sneaking past the draggers and the oyster bar
Beautiful swimmer just feel the groove
Painting liquid brush strokes like Renoir

I miss my dorsal fin
I'm a big fish out of water
Dwelling on the coastal plains

Now if I was as rich as the aga khan
I would tell you what I would do
Buy every man, woman and child on this plant
a mask and a snorkel too
Then I'd lead this big migration
Destination Chesapeake Bay
Then we'd splash our way around the world
Life is just a water ballet

Come all you
Beautiful swimmers
Who know how to move
Let's glide across the water like a steel guitar
Beautiful swimmers stay in the groove
Catching constant currents near and far.
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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by magnus & Mr Moon » September 3, 2009 11:58 pm

conched wrote:Help would be appreciated:

Beautiful Swimmers from Nissan 2009_10_03
Marilyn Monroe she did a night shoot in a pool
Posing naked for a Playboy spread,
She was old, but she still was cool
When they wrapped right after midnight
and the crew went to the bar
Norma Jean just did the backstroke
Like she was reaching for a falling star.

Beautiful Swimmers they know how to move
Slide across the water like a steel guitar (Doyle sounds great)
Beautiful swimmers, stay in the groove
Riding constant currents, near and far.

Sanding in a tidal pool just East of Baltimore
A watching little blue crabs
Navigate the Eastern Shore
Every bayou stream and river
In time runs to the sea
Every flouder, tadpole, and softshell
Feels the choreography


They're all beautiful swimmers
Who know how to hool?? :)
Sneaking past the draggers and the oyster bar
Beautiful swimmer just feel the groove
Painting liquid brush feels like Renoir

I miss my dorsal fin
My scales and my gills??
I miss my tail and all the things??
I'm a big fish out of water
Welling on the coastal plains

If I was as rich as the agha khan
I would tell you what I would do
Buy every man, woman and child on this plant
a mask and a snorkel too
Then I'd lead this big migration
Destination Chesapeake Bay
Then we'd splash our way around the world
Life is just a water ballet


Come on all you
Beautiful swimmers
Who know how to move
Let's ride across the water like a steel guitar
Beautiful swimmers stay in the groove
Matching constant currents near and far.
Damb girl you are FAST....was thinking about doing the same thing - but just got the first sentence transcribed. THANK YOU.. this is so cool ---I will listen but doubt I will be able to add anything.
And raccoons brought wine and the mice they brought cheese...

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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by conched » September 4, 2009 12:07 am

Good night, y'all! Great show. I was just dozing when I heard Beautiful Swimmers...so nice!!

There was a book that came out in 1976 called Beautiful Swimmers. It's a non-fiction about blue crabs. So that one was for all the chicken neckers! :wink: :wink:

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Warner, William W. Beautiful Swimmers: Watermen, Crabs, and the Chesapeake Bay. Boston: Little Brown, 1976.

The Chesapeake Bay crabbing industry received national notice through William Warner's Beautiful Swimmers. Written in narrative form, Warner weaves together the stories of the Bay's watermen with a substantial amount of information about the biology and habits of the crabs themselves. Crabbers work in all weather and throughout the Bay. Techniques for harvesting crabs vary from month to month according to region, weather and a crabber's preference. While the ways of the watermen are a significant portion of this book, the crab is definitely the central character. Warner writes "the biology of the blue crab is interesting and complex, characterized by season migrations, sophisticated mating practices and a number of less understood phenomena." Of the waterman, he continues, "Correspondingly, the watermen have over the years developed a bewildering array of special gear and techniques trying to outguess and outsmart the crab." The conversations between the author and the Bay's crabbers reveals the ambiguous relationship of respect and individual rights through which the watermen connect with their prey and the Bay in general. Warner's writing reveals the respect he gains for both of these agents in the Bay. Beautiful Swimmers presents an interesting cultural landscape because of the clear illustration of the crab's (and therefore nature's) influence on the people who work the waters and crabbers effects on the rest of the Bay's creatures and environment as they perform the harvest. What do crabbers do out of season? They go oyster tonging. Warner provides some insight into the oyster, the work of tonging and the packing industry. When virtually no crabs will enter a baitless crab pot in July, why for two weeks in late spring will a dozen immature female crabs enter the same pot if there is a mature male inside? In 1976 scientists didn't have an answer but the watermen knew. Beautiful Swimmers walks the fine line found in conservationist measures between conservation of the Bay and its creatures and an appreciation for the ways of the waterman. [M. Enloe]

http://www.amst.umd.edu/Research/cultla ... arner2.htm

Wonder if Jimmy wrote this that long ago?
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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by rich_big » September 4, 2009 12:11 am

so how was the new song? I am glad to get a tin cup, anytime am glad to get that, but somewhat disappointed our begging for nat wheels was not heard...

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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by conched » September 4, 2009 12:17 am

rich_big wrote:so how was the new song? I am glad to get a tin cup, anytime am glad to get that, but somewhat disappointed our begging for nat wheels was not heard...
Is today your birthday?

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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by rich_big » September 4, 2009 12:18 am

conched wrote:
rich_big wrote:so how was the new song? I am glad to get a tin cup, anytime am glad to get that, but somewhat disappointed our begging for nat wheels was not heard...
Is today your birthday?

no, but if you baked me a cake, I'll eat it. or if you want to sing for me, go ahead....

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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by gingerbreadman » September 4, 2009 12:21 am

conched wrote:
rich_big wrote:so how was the new song? I am glad to get a tin cup, anytime am glad to get that, but somewhat disappointed our begging for nat wheels was not heard...
Is today your birthday?
I think it was... or IS still!

Happy 36 Rich!! :D :D :D

Or is only 26??? :D :D :D
Hey Snake, we need more wine!

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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by rich_big » September 4, 2009 12:23 am

gingerbreadman wrote:
conched wrote:
rich_big wrote:so how was the new song? I am glad to get a tin cup, anytime am glad to get that, but somewhat disappointed our begging for nat wheels was not heard...
Is today your birthday?
I think it was... or IS still!

Happy 36 Rich!! :D :D :D

Or is only 26??? :D :D :D

it was. and yes, it was 36. it was 36 in March.

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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by CaptainP » September 4, 2009 12:27 am

Sad, quite sad, that I can't get the shows at work right now.
Due to computer issues, I have no sound, haven't for a couple months.
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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by magnus & Mr Moon » September 4, 2009 12:37 am

CaptainP wrote:Sad, quite sad, that I can't get the shows at work right now.
Due to computer issues, I have no sound, haven't for a couple months.
((((((((((((CP))))))))))))))))

sorry about this - intermission with Paul Simon's Diamonds on the Souls of my shoes playing now.
Love this song...

He's a poor boy,
Empty as a pocket
Empty as a pocket with nothing to lose
Sing Ta na na
Ta na na na
She got diamonds on the soles of her shoes,
ta na na
Ta na na na
She got diamonds on the soles of her shoes,
Diamonds on the soles of her shoes,
Diamonds on the soles of her shoes,
Diamonds on the soles of her shoes,
Diamonds on the soles of her shoes,
............

People say I'm crazy
I got diamonds on the soles of my shoes yeah,
Well that's one way to lose
These walking blues,
diamonds on the soles of my shoes
And raccoons brought wine and the mice they brought cheese...

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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by moog » September 4, 2009 1:08 am

I guess there isn't anyone checking on quality control as usual at Radio Marg. Sounds like automation kicked in a pre programmed song 2 min ago. No human caught it yet. I guess the digital world means replace analog and quality control too.


Idiots.

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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by rich_big » September 4, 2009 1:12 am

even tho I like this song, I was mid acoustic set buffett.

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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by moog » September 4, 2009 1:14 am

Right in the middle of Gypsies on the replay it cut to what sounds like something programmed to start at 1:05 am.

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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by rich_big » September 4, 2009 1:15 am

moog wrote:Right in the middle of Gypsies on the replay it cut to what sounds like something programmed to start at 1:05 am.

10:05 pm

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Re: 09/03/2009 - Bristow, VA

Post by moog » September 4, 2009 1:19 am

:lol: Okay 10:05. But I think their studio is on eastern time.


Either way, I've had it with the industry. Between poor video compression over cable, pop ups on lower third creeping higher up, compressed audio, commercial breaks in the middle of a plot point, Sirius and their mistakes, live local news with morons putting up the wrong graphics to news stories, errors galore in news print.....

It was easier and better control in the 70's and up to the mid 80's.

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