Weekend Nuggets: Two Tuesdays In June


Official Portsmouth Poster

Although the Tuesday night shows of tour didn’t explode like many expected, they still produced some legitimate highlights. Stellar versions of “Bathtub Gin” and “Slave” came out of Portsmouth, Virginia’s first set, while an engaging sequence of “46 Days > Idea > 2001 > Simple” provided the meat of of the second. Canandaigua saw the most significant, non-traditional “Mike’s Groove” of tour, underlined by “I Am the Walrus > Weekapaug,” and also featured a laid-back, jam-filled first set that fit the cool New York evening like a glove.

6.15.2010 nTelos Pavilion, Portsmouth, VA < Torrent

6.15.2010 nTelos Pavilion, Portsmouth, VA < Megaupload

I: Tube, Kill Devil Falls, Slave to the Traffic Light, Lawn Boy, Poor Heart, AC/DC Bag, The Moma Dance > My Friend, My Friend, Cold Water*, Bathtub Gin, Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan

II: Wilson, Seven Below, 46 Days > Idea** > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Simple > Joy, Taste, Theme From the Bottom, A Day in the Life

E: Heavy Things, First Tube

*debut, Tom Waits, **debut

Source: (FOB) Schoeps mk4v’s (DINa)>kc5>m222> nt222>744t


6.29.2010 CMAC Pavilion, Canandaigua, NY < Torrent

6.29.2010 CMAC Pavilion, Canandaigua, NY < Megaupload

CMAC Official Poster (Welker)

I: The Connection, Down with Disease,  Sample in a Jar, Ocelot, Reba, Horn, Funky Bitch, Undermind, The Ballad of Curtis Loew, David Bowie

II: Possum, Mike’s Song > Simple > I Am the Walrus* > Weekapaug Groove, Limb By Limb, Joy, Harry Hood, Golgi Apparatus

E: First Tube

*debut, The Beatles

Source: Schoeps MK41> KC5> CMC6> Sonosax SX-M2> Apogee Mini-me (aes out@24 bit/96khz)>COAX>Edirol R-44


Jams of the Weekend: 1st Setters

Bathtub Gin” 6.15 I

“GinTelos” gets my vote for the first-set jam of Leg I.


Timber Ho” 6.24 I

And this isn’t far behind…




“Chalk Dust Torture” – 6.25 II Camden (official release)


“Light Up Or Leave Me Alone” – 7.1.10 II Raleigh

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  1. BrandonKayda Says:

    Thanks for these shows Miner – I oughta give nTelos a relisten

  2. RamblinOnMyMind Says:

    Miner – saw you were looking for the ’89 Miami show. I don’t know how to do the hyperlinking, but you strike me as a competent copy-and-paster:


    I found that via this post on HT, which directs you to “high-quality MP3s” of Fall ’89:


  3. RamblinOnMyMind Says:

    Hmm…maybe the hyperlink worked

    I can’t vouch for the quality of that particular source because I haven’t listened yet. You can just grab the Dark Star and see how it goes, which is what I’m about to do

  4. Mr.Miner Says:

    thanks Ramblin!

  5. garretc Says:

    Well how about that, looks like I not only posted on yesterdays thread, but I provided redundant information…

    Oh well, I guess I can still find the Miami etree link for anyone who wants FLACs…

  6. garretc Says:

    And here it is:


    10/26/89, Miami Arena

    Enjoy folks!

  7. The Light Between Says:

    Hey Miner,
    I’m sure you’ve heard about the third day Greek toga party. I think it sounds like a fun idea, and others seem to as well.
    And word seems to be slowly spreading….
    But you could do your part with a little “page one” mention sometime this week.
    Just imagine the reaction of the city of Berkeley, and the band, as we descend in numbers upon the ancient coliseum, fully togad all, to engage once again in our ritual.

  8. pabalive Says:

    Weren’t there three Tuesdays in June??

    Great Woods featured some nice little gems.

    Loved the Lit O’ Bit opener followed up by Camel Walk(my personal first one since Sugarbush ’95) , first set also featured an absolutely raging Kill Devil Falls. Second Set contains a solid Mike’s Groove opener with great emphasis on an explosive Groove. And one of my favorite sequences of the tour, in Sneakin’ Sally >Light>46 Days. I know that this was not the perfect segue from Light into 46 days, but I really did not find it jarring at the time.

  9. angryjoggerz Says:

    haha, light between, i was just coming on here to post the link to the facebook page for it


    While I doubt I will be in a toga, I hope to see others in them, because wtf, life is short. toga, toga, toga.

  10. angryjoggerz Says:

    Pitchfork today! Let’s do this!

  11. zzyzx Says:

    Shouldn’t that have happened in SaraTOGA?

  12. El Duderino Says:

    That 10/26/89 Miami GD show is an active torrent too. There is one seeder I know that’s not much but if you’re patient you’ll get the phatty C. Miller source. It’s a must have Fall tour ’89 show.

  13. El Duderino Says:

    Mornin’ zzyzx 🙂

    You’re up early for a west coaster

  14. angryjoggerz Says:


  15. zzyzx Says:

    Im always up this morning. Off to Horning’s now. No Internet until Sunday night!?!?!?

  16. Luther Justice Says:

    Portsmouth Slave is a gem. A gem I tell ya.

  17. kingshaffy Says:

    I’m pretty sure Atlanta had a “non-traditional” Mike’s Groove as well…..

  18. Mr.Palmer Says:

    I concur w/Miner. Ntelos Gin is the best of set I jam vehicles.

  19. Luther Justice Says:

    The robot dance was made for the Portsmouth Moma

  20. Mr.Palmer Says:

    Light up video is great.

  21. SillyWilly Says:

    Morning, all!

    Sorry to BK and Mr. C for dropping out of the 2/28/03 discussion last night.

    I lost my head during the Gin, and then I fell asleep after that.

    Last Waltzer and his girl took me on a hike that got me nice and ready for bed when I got home.

    I hope they got back to Chicago safely

  22. KWL Says:

    obstacles are stepping stones

  23. sumodie Says:

    @garretc: thanks for the GD torrent link!

  24. butter Says:

    yes they are @KWL

    that’s what i’m saying about trying to find a Telluride pass right about now

  25. garretc Says:

    Np sumodie!

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