did you go already? i was at city winery last night and there were a lot more of the old ones than what i remember from past shows- 29 ways, paper walls, dig down deep, silver thunderbird- i think these might have been mostly due to requests/energy from the crowd the staples were there: walking in memphis, true companion, perfect love, etc. others: the letter, walk through the world, things we've handed down, one safe place
am curious to know if these all sound similar to the rest of the summer tour? he seemed to play a lot more off the audience this time, but maybe it's just been a while
I'm a long time fan who used to be involved in hunting and trading Marc's rare live material and B-sides "back in the day" - 1998 thru 2002?. I used to frequent the Move Real Easy boards and like you, frequently comment on Marc's Facebook page.
I've been going through all my old discs and files of Marc's material and seem to be missing something I really enjoyed. I was hoping someone could share and replace what I've lost. I'm looking for the audio of Marc's Today show appearance in 1998. It featured Marc with a full band playing Walking in Memphis and Lost You in the Canyon. I have a low quality version of Memphis but can't find Canyon anywhere.
Also, I remember years ago there was talk of a concert (I want to say in Denver, of all places) with a full band. Anyone have that ? I have a full show with Marc and Jeff PEvar, but I always wondered about the show that supposedly featured a full band.
I'm new to this forum. I hope someone out there can help me out. Several years ago while listening the radio I heard on a live solo recording Marc singing of Walking in Memphis. I live in the San Francisco Bay Area and I could have sworn it was on KFOG radio and was from one of their "Live From The Archives" benefit CDs (an annual CD to benefit local food banks which they have been making for many years now).
I just l went through all the artists on all the CDs and he's on a couple but not with that song. I remember that in the recording he asks the audience to sing along as a fill in for the choir in the original recording.
Does anyone out there know of this recording and if so, know where I can get it?
Post by jordan1987 on Oct 31, 2013 14:21:25 GMT -5
I'm new to the board and just wanted to share some new music I've been digging with you guys. One artist is Duane Betts, the son of legendary Allman Brother, Dickey Betts. The other artist is Stoll Vaughan who frequently collaborates with Duane.