MGB @ Denver w/ Guests

3.14.2011 Ogden Theatre, Denver, Colorado

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A mere fortnight after Trey played two nights at the same Denver theatre, Mike’s band hit the Ogden with impressive guests in tow. Joining Gordon’s band onstage were New Orleans legends Ivan and Ian Neville, former 70 Volt Parade bassist, Tony Hall, and drummer, Raymond Weber—current members of the New Orleans’ outfit, Dumsptafunk. Together, the ensemble played three songs to close out the first set, including Prince’s “Alphabet Street,” and then two more for the encore, including “Things That Make You Go Hmm….” In addition, Mike’s band packed in plenty of jamming on its own in a show that looks to be one of the most interesting of tour. Check out some audio clips below, or download the show with one of three links above.

I: Andelmans’ Yard, Balloon, Black Tambourine, Willow Tree, Fire From a Stick, Ain’t Love Funny > Kryermaten > Ain’t Love Funny, Jaded*, Alphabet Street*, Down To the Nightclub*

II: Sound, Suskind Hotel > River Niger > Rock On > Suskind Hotel, I Miss My Mind, Hap-Nappy, Got Away, Hand in My Pocket, Mound

E: Jones*, Things That Make You Go Hmmm…*

*w/ Ivan Neville, Ian Neville Tony Hall and Raymond Weber

Source: AT853 Hypers CA9100

Alphabet Street


Ain’t Love Funny > Kyermaten > Ain’t Love Funny



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712 Responses to “MGB @ Denver w/ Guests”

  1. Mr. Palmer Says:

    killer! thanks Sumo.

  2. willowed Says:

    The min run is the new age (or old farts) tour.

    3-4 multi night runs…then download the rest

  3. tela'smuff Says:

    well, we know we’ve dropped a 20 min Jim on you, slowed you up with a little introspective Circus, but them slayed a little with Vultures and followed by the always Dark vs Light McGrupp, but now, now, we’re going to throw a nasty ass Mike’s on your sorry asses. Enjoy! 🙂

  4. joe Says:

    the lesson to the kids – get out and hop on the summer tour! it’ll make the playing better for all of us.

  5. Mr. Palmer Says:

    I get emails from that roach motel as well. llfa… Last year my buddy got so twisted he got up in the middle of the night, walked out of the room, walked into the neighbors room, and crawled into bed with some dude and his girl.

    I had to sweet talk the owner the next morning so we wouldn’t get the boot.

  6. willowed Says:

    I was thinking the same thing Joe.

    You yound kids have a chance to do something great. Pack up the ford escort and hit the road.

    There is nothing, and i mean nothing like it.

  7. Mr. Palmer Says:

    Spinning some of these MGB tracks Miner hooked up. First notes i’ve heard from this band. Maybe i’ll head to the Brooklyn Bowl next week. Whose got my extra?

  8. Jtran Says:

    When was the peak of touring folks? 97/98?

  9. Mr. Palmer Says:

    Never did a whole tour. Always been a 10-12 show a year person.

  10. willowed Says:

    I did summers 96 -01. I use the word tour loosley. I did all shows on the east coast

  11. joe Says:

    Repost from earlier (thanks Halcyon for setting it up!)

    Good morning everyone…back in the saddle again.

    If anyone wants in on the BB pool; this is the information that was waiting for me:

    20.00 donation to Miner’s site (if you can), honor system of
    course. (joe’s editorial note: seems like a good excuse for a donation, please do it if you can. but feel free to enter anyway and kick something down the road if you can’t now)

    Our Group password is: tweezer2011

  12. joe Says:

    maybe even more like 93-96, with the overlap or crossover from the dead.

  13. willowed Says:

    Married in Julty 2001 so no shows for me…..oh wait, No 2001 summer

  14. joe Says:

    a guided tour where miner takes the miner youth on the road in a bus would make a fantastic documentary.

  15. joe Says:

    or internet reality show

  16. garretc Says:

    Ahhhh, 9/28/99 Wolfman’s IS the business, y’all are right. Plus this recording is gold, good work Dude and KP on this one.

    Ear candy, in both sound and musical quality

  17. Mr. Palmer Says:

    Anyone go to Furthur last nite? Phil’s birthday show. Looks great.

    NYC 3/15/11
    set I
    Dancin’ In the Streets
    Loose Lucy
    I Need a Miracle
    Tennessee Jed
    Crazy Fingers
    So Many Roads
    Mason’s Children
    set 2
    Golden Road
    Scarlet Begonias>
    China Cat Sunflower>
    Ramble On Rose>
    New Potato Caboose.
    You Never Give Me Your Money>
    Sun King>
    Mean Mr. Mustard>
    Polythene Pam>
    Bathroom Window>
    Golden Slumbers>
    Carry That Weight>
    The End
    Built to Last
    St. Stephen >
    Her Majesty

  18. voopa Says:

    I love how the 7/2/97 Llama just evaporates…mind blowing stuff.

    sumo- thanks for tracking down that torrent for Palmer…I don’t have that show! Looking for other sources right now.

  19. Jtran Says:

    I like that idea Joe. I’m in.

  20. halcyon Says:

    willowed you are going to love kokkari. One of my favorite dining experiences. The food there is incredible. I am envious. I hope your experience is great as mine was.

  21. butter Says:

    i hope Phish starts putting together longer runs of shows

    check out this 94 Fall GD tour:

    6 Boston Garden (yes 6)
    3 Spectrum
    3 Us air arena, Landover, MD
    6 MSG (yes 6)

    THAT is how you do an 18 show east coast tour, and they did 3 shorelines 11 days before to practice up

  22. Mr. Palmer Says:

    Love the “residency” idea @ butter. Remember those 6 night msg runs.n Sadly i still have tickets to the ’96 run that never happened. 🙁

  23. Mr. Palmer Says:

    by ’96 i mean ’95 , of course

  24. tela'smuff Says:

    wow butter. somehow those type of runs with the Dead in ’94 went right by me. by that point, for them to be doing runs like that is pretty cool. that would be great if Phish did that. 5 night run in Telluride???

  25. albert walker Says:

    no doubt Butter

    pimpin fat hotels for 4-6 nights in big cities old school Dead style

    sign me up

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