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Re: Shows without JJF
Posted by: BluzDude ()
Date: February 9, 2008 10:18

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theres an example.

tumbling dice, why the need to play it every show, they have better, why couldnt they alternate between that and loving cup, torn and frayed or rocks off.

Maybe because it's Keith's favorite song?

Re: Shows without JJF
Posted by: franzk ()
Date: February 9, 2008 15:01

Ok. Now I got a little more difficult question smiling smiley
Usually when they play JJF it is in one of the three slots:
1. at the beginning (1st or 2nd song)
2. towards the end of the show in the warhorse section (one of the 3 last songs excluding encore)
3. or as an encore.

Now, how many times did they play it in the middle of the show? Only one time comes to my mind - Gillette Stadium, Boston September 20, 2006 when they played it at the B-stage. Do you have other examples?

Re: Shows without JJF
Posted by: erikjjf ()
Date: February 9, 2008 20:20

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franzk
1. at the beginning (1st or 2nd song)

Now, how many times did they play it in the middle of the show? Only one time comes to my mind - Gillette Stadium, Boston September 20, 2006 when they played it at the B-stage. Do you have other examples?

At a few arena shows on Licks it was played before the B-stage set. One of the Melbourne shows, one of the Brisbane shows, opening show in Munich, arena show in Paris, arena show in Stockholm.
Don't think it's ever been the 2nd song, though.

Re: Shows without JJF
Posted by: franzk ()
Date: February 9, 2008 21:51

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Don't think it's ever been the 2nd song, though.

Hyde Park '69.

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