Sunday, November 14, 2010
Set One: Can't Stand Still, Only A Dream, Walls Of Time, I Miss My Mind, Andelmans' Yard, Down To The Nightclub, Emotional Railroad > Traveled Too Far
Set Two: Middle Of The Road, She Said, She Said > River Niger > She Said, She Said, Cruel World, Intensified, Sugar Shack, Dig Further Down
Encore: Hand In My Pocket*
*first time played, Alanis Morissette
[setlist source: mike-gordon.com]
Set One: New Minglewood Blues > Dire Wolf > Mama Tried, Doin' That Rag >
Mason's Children > Passenger -> Caution -> Get Back
Set Two: Lost Sailor > Saint of Circumstance, Mountain Song > I Know You Rider > Morning Dew > Unbroken Chain -> Terrapin Suite -> Eleven -> The Other One
Encore: One More Saturday Night
[setlist source: furthur.net]
The Other One
Steam below via Live Music Archive or download MP3 [AKG 483>V3>MT2496(16/44.1) taped by Jeff Frank]:
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