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  1. Sorry about that. it works natively in Chrome (which is what i use/tested it with). I will update if I find another host.
  2. Sure. I just did the same for both of this year's shows as well (in the torrents section). Feel free to add them to the Archive as well.
  3. Of course. Note that I just updated the link to be a little more user-friendly.
  4. Finally got around to this just today.Front of Balcony - Tascam DR-40 WAV 16bit/48k > Audacity (audience level adjustments) > FLAC Let me know if there are any problems with the link. Nice spending time in line with you. -Josh Link: [Edited 5/30/16 for better browser compatibility] http://bit.ly/1Uezdc1j
  5. I was there - they also performed "Farewell, Angelina" with Rosanne and Jeff alternating verses. It was a terrific show all around. After Seven Year Ache and Please Tell My Brother, Rosanne joked "we didn't plan to start off with a couple of 'wrist slashers'"
  6. Got my plane tix. Soooo looking forward to this: Without seeing this!!
  7. What a delightful surprise on a day when every little thing seemed to have gone wrong! Thank you, Thank you! Always my favorite night(s) of the year worth the annual trip from NYC. And just when my balls have finally thawed out from last year......almost.
  8. Really good show. The sound was amazing, even up in the balcony. I, too, wish there was a little more singing along (at least in the customary places). You could see Jeff listening for it and proceeding accordingly. I pretty much expected Nels to make an appearance, but it was no less exciting to see/hear him. Thanks to whomever put Radio King in his mind.... I'm fairly certain that it replaced Muzzle of Bees (not that I dislike Muzzle of Bees, but Radio King has always been a fav of mine).
  9. Yay! Thanks for the heads up, Sue. As usual, I got excited and booked my flights/hotel before securing tickets. I guess it's tradition (and a bit of good luck) at this point...
  10. Hmmm, sunburst with rosewood fretboard.....maybe a gift from Bob.
  11. "Feel so suicidal, just like Dylan's Mr. Jones...." What an awesome treat and a great way to end my mini run!
  12. All The Young Dudes.... Goodnight...err....morning!
  13. I feel like I hit the AmericanaramA lottery with the shows I've seen, especially tonight. They could. put the astronomer from Solid Sound on stage for 4 hours at Jones Beach tomorrow - I've already seen more than I could possibly have imagined!
  14. Reservations Long Black Veil Chest Fever (with Jim James and Garth Hudson) ^Would have LOVED to see these!!!
  15. Sorry, snapped it as the lights turned out for Dylan. But, yes- blazing rendition of "Tomorrow Never Knows." I may have drifted off into one of my funks for a few minutes and missed it, but I'm just looking at the list now and I believe Jesus, Etc. was cut. Please chime in if I'm wrong. Wouldn't be the first time. Oh and Dylan's Desolation Row was Phenomenal!!
  16. I saw his show with Marc Ribot at LPR last year. It was face-melting! If you sit at a table, you have to order a minimum: I highly recommend the Mac and cheese.
  17. I can't get the mental picture/sound of the guys performing "Get Back" out of my head. I would ordinarily go more obscure, but once this popped into my brain, I can't shake it.
  18. For once I actually waited to make sure I got tickets to the shows before booking my flights. Round-trip airfare from NYC was $148 on Thursday, but shot up to $198 on Friday morning before the tickets went live. I held out and, sure enough, flights are back down to $148 on AA.com as of today - woot! Thanks so much to Sue and Jeff for having these wonderful shows for a great cause once again!
  19. I'm fairly certain it is played with a pick - at least that's how I learned it and it sounds right. I've also always believed that the Dylan reference goes beyond the title/lyric in that the playing style is a bit of an homage to Dylan's early flat-picking style.
  20. It is one of my favorites as well, both from a guitar-technique perspective and lyrically. After the first time I saw it played live, I decided I needed to learn to play it. Several months later, I got there To this day, I still mess it up about 30% of the time. And If I even try to play it on a guitar other than mine - It's hopeless (the strings could be just 1mm thicker or spaced slightly further apart up by that 5th fret and it's as if I'm back to square one). I'm glad I resisted the urge to learn Dylan's picking on "Frankie and Albert" - I would have to quit my job.
  21. We heard them sound check it while waiting outside the Brewery Ommegang. I was hopeful, but it wasn't in the set.
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