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 Beacon Set Lists and # of times songs played 
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Post Re: Beacon Set Lists and # of times songs played
I got a bit choked up in 2012 watching Gregg struggle thru. The needle and the damage done. Quite the moment......


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That was definitely an emotional experience. You could see Gregg's frustration. Still great ABB show both nights


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mike12859 wrote:
Way to go Volkemon, just seeing if someone was paying attention! ;)



I'm holding out for the extended version of "Titties and Beer." I saw him play that 10.26.76. Or was it the 24th? Have to consult the database.

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mike12859 wrote:
Night 7 (missed one)
Set One: Trouble No More,
Leave My Blues at Home,
Rocking Horse,
Low Down Dirty Mean,
Revival,
Egypt,
I Found a Love*,
It Makes No Difference*,
The Same Thing*^%

Set Two:
One Way Out#,
Done Somebody Wrong,
Desdemona,
Feel Like Breakin’ Up Somebody’s Home*,
Stand Back*,
Please Call Home*,
Mountain Jam

Encore: Southbound*&

* w/Asbury Jukes horns
^ w/Yonrico Scott, drums
% w/ Cyril Neville, percussion
# w/Robert Randolph, pedal steel
& w/Jeff Pitchell, guitar




Two of my favorites there: "Rocking Horse" and "Feel Like Breakin' Up Somebody's Home." Warren absolutely channels Albert King on that one!

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