TAB @ Chicago

2.27.2011 The Riviera Theater, Chicago, Illinois

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2.25.11 (M.Stein)

I: Backwards Down the Number Line, Theme From the Bottom, Farmhouse, Gumbo, Kill Devil Falls, Halley’s Comet, Dirt, Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan, The Wedge, Let Me Lie*, Water in the Sky*, Wading in the Velvet Sea*, Heavy Things**, Liquid Time**, Hey Ya!**, Push On ‘Til the Day^

II: Gotta Jibboo, Ocelot, Valentine, My Problem Right There, Cayman Review, Burlap Sack and Pumps, Clint Eastwood, Money, Love and Change, Small Axe, The Devil Went Down to Georgia, Night Speaks to a Woman, Ether Sunday, First Tube

E: Sultans of Swing

*w/ Jen and Natalie, **acoustic, w/ full band, ^electric, w/ full band

Source: Neumann skm140 > Sound Devices Mixpre > Olympus LS-10(24/48)

Money, Love and Change

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Night Speaks to a Woman

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Reader Review: TAB @ AE Stage, Pittsburgh, PA: Casey Boire

2.25.11 - Pittsburgh (M.Stein)

Nestled in the shadow of Pittsburgh’s Three-Rivers Stadium, Trey and his Classic TAB line-up rolled into Stage AE on Friday night and laid down an impressive show that was arguably the best of the tour so far. Upon walking in around the scheduled show time, I was surprised to see the place packed from wall to wall considering that it was one of the few shows to not sell out beforehand. Trey came onstage around 8:30 pm and opened his acoustic set with Backwards Down the Number Line. Everyone was in good spirits and as Trey sang the final part of the song, the crowd joined in by providing the backing lyrics of “All my friends, Backwards Down The Number Line.” The sing-along continued throughout the first set and included well-played versions of Gumbo, Farmhouse, Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan, and The Horse > Silent in the Morning…Read On Here!

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1,129 Responses to “TAB @ Chicago”

  1. voopa Says:

    Ah shoot, nm.

  2. DukeOfLizards Says:

    Sounds slick @AW, pulling now. Thanks.

  3. HarryAB Says:

    Just my random, lurker 2 cents on LOTF: though it’s proly been about 10 years since I read it, I just wanted to state that we have to remember that Golding was simply trying to show that no matter the upbringing (in this case, toss in a sense of British exceptionalism/nobility/civility) – good and evil will always coexist naturally (and appear, sometimes without much explanation) – no mattter how much we may strive for law and order.

    We may not like our more impulsive and reptilian insticnts – but they will surface from time-to-time.

  4. Robear Says:

    sel j,

    i’m awake

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