Sunday, January 3, 2016

JRAD, saturday night

Capitol Theatre
Port Chester, NY
DD50: A celebration of Dave Dreiwitz’s 50th Birthday
The Speakeasy Jazz Babies including Dave’s Mom, Barbara & Dad, Richard, opened. Joe & Dave sat in with the Jazz Babies on “Sweet Georgia Brown”, Joe, Dave, Marco & Scott sat in on their set closing “When The Saints Go Marching In”.
Private CID Soundcheck:
Ruben & Cerise (TH) ->
(I'll update the other 2 shows with the CID sound check info at some point.)
Set One: (9:02PM - 10:08PM ish)
Alligator (SM)->
Bertha (TH) >
Throwing Stones @ (SM)
Alabama Getaway (DD)
Cumberland Blues (All)
Brown Eyed Women (TH)
One More Saturday Night ^^ (SM)
Set Two: (10:43PM - 12:16AM)
Jam ->
The Wheel (All)->
Jack Straw (SM & TH)
St Stephen $(All) ->
Space ->
St Stephen % (All) ->
Jam ^ ->
St Stephen Reprise (All) ->
Viola Lee Blues (All) & ->
Duo Jam ->
Big Whopper * ->
Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy + ->
Viola Lee Blues Reprise (All)
Candyman @@ (TH)
Uncle Johns Band ## (All)
ENC: The Weight (All)
@ With a Scarlet Begonias Tease (TH) & a jam that paid tribute to the late Ian Fraser "Lemmy" Kilmister of Motorhead, in that it sounded exactly like Motorhead

# With a “Mountain Jam” (Donavon // The Allmans Brothers) tease & another tease I can’t ID, both from MB & a “When the Saints Go Marching In” (Louis Armstrong) Tease (SM)

^^ - Followed by Happy Birthday to Dave & a cake presentation

$ - Joe sampled Speakeasy Jazz Babies as he was sitting in on “When The Saints Go Marching In”. Subsequently, he used the sample to begin tonight’s version of St. Stephen.
% - With a Throwin’ Stones Tease (Band)

^ - With multiple Moby Dick (Led Zeppelin) Teases (Band) & maybe some other teases

& - With a Moby Dick (Led Zeppelin) Tease (Band)

* - Benevento Russo Duo original, first time played, just the ‘A’ section.

+ - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky cover, first time played

@@ - With SM on Pedal Steel

## - With a “No Quarter” (Led Zeppelin) Tease

Throwin' Stones is must hear. We'll try to get it out in a RAD TRACKS asap.
Thanks so much to our "larger, more historic" home away from home The The Capitol Theatre & to all of you that came out!

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