166) The Waterboys

date: 3/27/01
place: The Vic Theater, Chicago, Illinois
warmup: Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
length: 1:50
order: exact

THE WATERBOYS:
Mike Scott - vocals, guitar, keyboards (on "The Whole Of The Moon")
Steve Wickham - fiddle, electric mandolin, keyboards
Richard Naiff - keyboards, Mellotron, Theremin, effects
Jo Wadeson - bass, backing vocals
Jay Dee Daugherty - drums

(The pre-show tape was a medley of sorts including, amongst other things, the end of "A Pagan Place" looped, the coda of King Crimson's "In The Court Of The Crimson King", extracts from the "Apple Jam" from George Harrison's All Things Must Pass, and The Move's "Feel Too Good".)

Let It Happen
The Charlatan's Lament
Strange Boat
We Will Not Be Lovers
Medicine Bow
All The Things She Gave Me
Is She Conscious?
The Return Of Pan / The Pan Within
When Ye Go Away
The Wind In The Wires
Bring 'Em All In
Crown
Fisherman's Blues
Savage Earth Heart

-- ENCORE --
Don't Bang The Drum
(Mike goes to the piano and teases "A Girl Called Johnny")
The Whole Of The Moon

-- ENCORE --
Be My Enemy

The post-show tape was The Waterboys' version of "Lost Highway".

Mike Scott's commentary on the show from the official Waterboys page (http://www.mikescottwaterboys.com):

The bus rolls up outside the Vic Theatre in Chicago around 10 in the morning and we tumble out of it half awake looking for a diner, Jay Dee, Steve, Richard and myself. We eat in Clarke's, opposite our hotel and as we sit down Bob Dylan is playing over the restaurant speakers, doing "Like A Rolling Stone". It's like meeting an old friend. Jay Dee thrills us with a story about being in The Bitter End club in New York in '75 when Dylan came in and sang the still-unreleased songs from "Desire" impromptu, "plucking his vocal phrases out of the air with incredible mastery".

After checking in, having a bath and working on a new song currently called "When At Last You Leave Him" I go round to the Vic to check the new stage set up - Richard and Steve are switching sides.

The show tonight is a cracker - a great venue and crowd, and I seem to have chosen the right setlist for the evening. Two favourites tonight are "Don't Bang The Drum" on which I enjoy some mischievous musical interplay with Mister Daugherty and Miss Wadeson, and "When Ye Go Away" - Rich and Steve's piano/fiddle instrumentals are just beautiful.

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167) U2

date: 5/7/01
place: Nationwide Arena, Columbus
warmup: PJ Harvey
length: 2:15
order: exact

Elevation
Beautiful Day
Until The End Of The World
New Year's Day
Stuck In A Moment You Can Get Out Of
Gone
Kite
New York
I Will Follow
Sunday Bloody Sunday
In A Little While
Desire
Stay (Faraway, So Close!)
Bad / Ruby Tuesday / "40"
Where The Streets Have No Name
Mysterious Ways / Sexual Healing
The Fly

-- ENCORE --
Bullet The Blue Sky
With Or Without You
Pride (In The Name Of Love)

-- ENCORE --
One
Walk On

U2 - 10/6/87
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169) Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers / Jackson Browne

date: 7/18/01
place: Polaris Amphitheater, Columbus
length: 1:00 (Browne), 2:15 (Petty)
order: exact

JACKSON BROWNE:

Boulevard
Fountain of Sorrow
I'm Alive
Barricades of Heaven
Miles Away
The Pretender
World in Motion
Somebody's Baby
Running on Empty

-- ENCORE --
Doctor My Eyes

TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS:

Runnin' Down A Dream
I Won't Back Down
Breakdown
Billy The Kid
Mary Jane's Last Dance
Here Comes My Girl
Even The Losers
It's Good To Be King
You Don't Know How It Feels
Green Onions
Don't Come Around Here No More
Learning To Fly
Into The Great Wide Open
Refugee
Too Much Ain't Enough
You Wreck Me

-- ENCORE --
Free Fallin'
Rainy Day Women #12 & #35
American Girl

Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - 6/24/87
Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - 8/8/89
Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - 9/10/89
Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - 2/13/90
Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - 7/28/99
Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - 6/14/06
Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers / Joe Walsh - 6/7/17
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170) King Crimson

date: 11/29/01
place: PromoWest Pavilion, Columbus
warmup: John Paul Jones
length: 1:00 (JPJ), 1:30 (KC)
order: close (JPJ), exact (KC)

JOHN PAUL JONES:

Zooma
Leafy Meadow
Smile Of Your Shadow
That's The Way
Steel Away
When The Levee Breaks
Freedom Song
Ho Diddle

-- ENCORE --
Black Dog

KING CRIMSON:

Dangerous Curves
Into The Frying Pan
EleKtriK
  -- introduced as "EleKtriK Buckeye" by Adrian
The ConstruKction Of Light
Thela Hun Ginjeet
Level Five
Virtuous Circle
Larks' Tongues In Aspic - Part IV

-- ENCORE --
The Deception Of The Thrush
Elephant Talk

-- ENCORE --
Red

The Bears - 6/7/87
The Bears - 4/17/88
Adrian Belew - 10/10/89
Adrian Belew - 6/27/94
King Crimson - 11/27/95
Adrian Belew - 10/11/97
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