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  1. #151
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phall View Post
    Thatís a hot ticket this summer ^ wish I could


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    Me too

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    So many insanely excellent tracks from Weathervanes. I am finally really getting to know this album, and appreciate how brilliant it is. The band is getting tighter and tighter, and stretching out the jams, basically perfectly.
    The standouts to me are King Of Oklahoma, This Ain’t It, When We We’re Close, and Middle Of the Morning. Curiously, the most played track, Death Wish, is weaker melodically (and as a solo vehicle) than those others.
    Still getting to really know Strawberry Woman, White Berretta, and Save The World, they are the weaker cuts.
    Cast Iron Skillet is a little too obvious, but musically has some density.

    Check out where they are taking this (magic starts about 4:20 in), and listen to the lyrics.

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    I'm so bummed I couldn't get to see them up here in this round.
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    If I lived in WA, Oft would be my realtor. Seriously.

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    Curiously, I was actually a little disappointed in the shows I saw in March and May. Since Mid June they have been straight fire, even with Jimbo sidelined. I still wish Derry did a shitton more than just atmospherics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunion 2020 View Post
    The right thread the right time.

    Hayes Carll? He has been around quite a while but I just picked up on him last year.
    If I ever find Jesus, I'm kickin' his ass!

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    Jimbo's sidelined?
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    If I lived in WA, Oft would be my realtor. Seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post

    Check out where they are taking this (magic starts about 4:20 in), and listen to the lyrics.


    Friday they saved King of O till later in the set but it was all that ^ and then some...

    Came out FIRING and ddint stop

    Heavy guitars of when we were close into an unexpected and loved Cumberland Gap followed by an anthem in save the world
    Setlist

    When We Were Close

    Cumberland Gap

    Save the World

    Strawberry Woman

    Last of My Kind

    Death Wish

    Volunteer

    King of Oklahoma

    Middle of the Morning

    Overseas

    Alabama Pines
    (Jason Isbell song)

    Stockholm
    (Jason Isbell song)

    Flying Over Water
    (Jason Isbell song)

    Cast Iron Skillet

    Honeysuckle Blue
    (Driviní ní Cryiní cover)

    Miles

    Cover Me Up
    (Jason Isbell song)


    Encore:
    24 Frames
    (Jason Isbell song)

    If We Were Vampires

    This Ain't It



    Sadler and Jason were having so much fun trading guitar licks and Sadler owned HIS song Honeysuckle Blue. Jason and the Cap are both always solid and together. I was blown awayand seen a lot of both over the years.

    SG Goodman brought a full 5 piece including pedal steell to open and was rad

  8. #158
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    JFC.
    That’s a ridiculous setlist.
    I hope this tour is being considered for a complete live album.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oftpiste View Post
    Jimbo's sidelined?
    Jimbo is taking a stress relief break of some kind. Touring was affecting his mental health. In true Isbell fashion, this was all disclosed openly, and encouraged by everyone in the band. Apparently he is playing with some bands locally at home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    JFC.
    That’s a ridiculous setlist.
    I hope this tour is being considered for a complete live album.
    I have a spotify playlist called Woodsy;s Isbell and except for some DBT tunes they payed em all, and no more.

    So nice they have rockers now besides Super 8 & Anxiety Best Isbell show for me and I have seen a lot of em over the last almost 20 years.

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    “Anyone wanna come to my sad BBQ? It’s gonna be so lit. “
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    BWAHAHAHA…..hilarious!
    Love this.
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    Amanda saw me wearing a heavy metal shop hoodie at Deer Valley after her show opening for Greensky Bluegrass and said "I like your sweatshirt!"
    I didn't have a witty response unfortunately, but her outfits were
    "If we can't bring the mountain to the party, let's bring the PARTY to the MOUNTAIN!"

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    Sweet. So much carryover with some songs on Weathervanes, IMO. In a good way.
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    Jason Isbell/DBT/Americana fans

    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    Sweet. So much carryover with some songs on Weathervanes, IMO. In a good way.
    Well he did say we(he) ainít ever gonna change.

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    Haha, fucking PERFECT.
    Just for fun, my 15 y.o. Made this for me, he says I listen to more Emo than anyone he knows.
    Word is that J.I. saw it and sorta chuckled.

    Gotheastern

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    I talked about it a bit but have to share this as I don't take pics at shows and it really was the best show I have seen in years
    https://www.brooklynvegan.com/jason-...n-pics-review/

    Driving guitars of when we were close into Cumberland Gap into anthem like Save the world was next level. 20 years of blowing my mind and Isbell won't stop.

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    And King of Oklahoma…holy fuk
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    Anyone watching this Saturday evening?
    JI400U. At the Ryman: Simulcast

    https://fans.live/products/jason-isb...nit-10-21-2023

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    And King of Oklahoma…holy fuk
    It makes me want to rock out and punch a member of the Sackler family all at once.


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    , sold out already for Portland, ME


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    Now I'm worried he's gonna get popular n" shit.Three Grammy nominations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post
    , sold out already for Portland, ME


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    Next summer is a stadium tour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    Next summer is a stadium tour.
    Iíll get in, itís the State. I always get in


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    Isn't he already a semi- household name? He definitely is here in Idaho.
    "All God does is watch us and kill us when we get boring. We must never, ever be boring."

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