The New Riders of the Purple Sage on top of their game opening up with Panama Red – June 20 1976. Let freedom ring.
Astor Theatre, Reading PA
1. Panama Red
2. Slid Down The Mountain
3. Lonesome LA Cowboy
4. Honky Tonkin
5. Fifteen Days Under The Hood
6. Annie May
8. Don’t Put Her Down You Helped Put Her There
9. Ashes Of Love
10. Take A Letter Maria
11. I Don’t Know You
12. Good News
14. She’s Lookin Better Every Beer
15. Teardrops In My Eyes
16. I Heard You Been Layin My Old Lady
17. The Swimming Song
18. Portland Woman
19. Goes To Show You Never Can Tell
20. Glendale Train
21. Dead Flowers
22. Up Against The Wall Redneck Mother
23. Hard To Handle
Bobby, Phil, WigJam at NY Historical Society covering Dylan’s
“Paint My Masterpiece” 10/21/2009 fund raiser for GD Archives.
and that same night with WigJam “Going Down The Road”
The New Riders of the Purple Sage with Mookie Segal belting out Henry 2 weeks ago in Pennsylvania at the Bear’s Picnic music festival.
Paul McCartney Rocking Citi Field July 17 and 18 2009. The band was on fire and the hits just kept coming and coming. Are you kidding me with these set lists?
“Drive My Car”
“Only Mama Knows”
“Got To Get You Into My Life”
“Let Me Roll It”
“The Long and Winding Road”
“Sing the Changes ”
“Band on the Run”
“Back in the U.S.S.R.”
“I’ve Got a Feeling”
“A Day in the Life”/”Give Peace a Chance”
“Let It Be”
“Live and Let Die”
“I Saw Her Standing There (with Billy Joel)
“Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)”/”The End”
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The Gem of the Web – Peggy O . Its pure magic for any Dead Head.
And The Music Never Stopped that same night 6-26-94 – Las Vegas aka Dead Head Nirvana for its cheap food and great dry weather.
My Favorite Dead Tune… Or one of them. From the Tom Snyder Show… July 5, 1981 27 years ago!!
A Real Gem. Recorded Live with Buddy Cage, Commander Cody and Vassar Clements. Sure to Please.
Ladies and gentlemen. As a way of saying “thank-you” for your support. Stir Fried is happy to send you this little Valentines Day gift. To the day, a decade ago Stir Fried shared the stage with our friends Buddy Cage, the late Vassar Clements & Commander Cody. This show was recorded at the Tin Angel in Philadelphia, PA. Click For News From Vince and The Band
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