"Columbus Stockade Blues" and "Voices" featuref Mark Mercier on keyboards and vocals.

This show was part of the "Mike Gordon - Winter 2010 Tour"

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, attached to 2010-03-13

Review by HotPale

HotPale Out of the two MGB shows I saw this tour the MA show def. had a hometown crowd feel for Mike and a different energy present than my hometown show at Toad's Place in New Haven, CT. Don't get me wrong...the Toad's show was amazing, fast-paced and up close and personal. My friend Mark was able to meet and greet with Danny Barnes and Mike during the breaks. That show was amazing, but walking in late to the Pearl Street show and feeling like walking up that staircase was like floating to the pearly gates. That night Time was the revelator...bubbles filled the tightly-packed crowd as beers and smoke poured freely through the misty cold air. Mark Mercier was a real treat as all who jammed that night were...Danny Barnes had already left the tour and that may have had an effect on the overall sound of the night...this show was certainly not to be missed, and I'm hap-nappy I didn't! Northampton is a beautiful little town w/ several venues for great live music...if you can ever make it up there to a show try to get there early and walk around the town a bit. It's a hoot!
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March 18, 1997
21 years ago
The Flynn Theatre

Set 1: Cinnamon Girl, NICU > Sample in a Jar > Punch You In the Eye > My Soul, Beauty of My Dreams > Harry Hood > Cars Trucks Buses[1], Suzy Greenberg[2] > Character Zero[1]

Set 2: Taste > Drowned -> Prince Caspian > David Bowie, Love Me, I Told You So[3], Love Me Like a Man[3], Waste > Chalk Dust Torture, Slave to the Traffic Light

Encore: Hello My Baby[4], Funky Bitch[1]

[1] Dave Grippo on alto sax and James Harvey on trombone
[2] Dave Grippo on alto sax and James Harvey on trombone.
[3] Phish debut; Tammy Fletcher on vocals.
[4] Without microphones.

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