Minarets

2006-06-17 - Saratoga Performing Arts Center

Concert Information

Tracks

1
Intro
...
2:27
2
One Sweet World
...
8:04
3
The Best of What's Around
...
7:00
4
Hunger for the Great Light
...
4:38
5
Crash Iinto Me
...
7:37
6
Pantala Naga Pampa >
...
0:40
7
Rapunzel
...
8:18
8
So Much To Say >
...
4:18
9
Anyone Seen The Bridge >
...
1:31
10
Too Much
...
7:03
11
Lie in Our Graves
...
16:43
12
Rhyme & Reason
...
6:05
13
Warehouse
...
12:35
14
Say Goodbye
...
9:24
15
Kill the King
...
5:03
16
The Song That Jane Likes
...
4:23
17
Can't Stop [tease] >
...
2:06
18
Crush
...
14:11
19
The Idea of You
...
5:25
20
Ants Marching
...
16:37
21
Sister
...
5:14
22
Everyday
With Vusi Mahlasela
...
11:42
23
Two Step
...
18:22

Notes

Entire show with Butch Taylor From the road: DMB just pulled off two incredible nights in Saratoga Springs. The setlists consisted of a diverse mixture of the band's material spanning their fifteen years. Song That Jane Likes, Rhyme and Reason and Say Goodbye made their returns tonight. This venue, which we've now played over 15 times, has become one of our favorites. Built in the 60's and Summer home to the New York City Ballet and Philadelphia Orchestra, its design is intended more for the classical genre. Although a bit of a challenge for the crew to squeeze the rig into, the band always seems to put out their best. Warehouse went to unprecidented heights tonight. Dave and Carter busted out into the Louie Louie chorus towards the end of the tune, much to the delight of all present. We were honored to be joined by South African Vusi Mahlasela on Everyday. His soaring voice unmistakable as that of the one on the original recording. We're enjoying the good weather out here. An 800 mile ride accross the Mason-Dixon and a couple days off are next on our itinerary. See y'all in North Carolina on Tuesday.

Recording Information

Taper: Eric Naylor Source: AKG 480/ck61 > Lunatec V3 > MicroTrack 24/96 Setup: Orchestra pit railing, house left, 15' stand, A-B mics Conversion: MicroTrack 24/96 > PC