Monday, October 13, 2008

Way down south in Louisville

I'm hearing some great things about last night's show in Louisville, KY.

The Old Crow Medicine Show and The Felice Brothers sharing the billing and (at times the stage) can guarantee some crazy times
and some high energy performances. Here's the perennial crowd pleaser, Wagon Wheel with most of both bands on stage. Stormin' it Up to the rafters. Can't you just hear it tearing off into Tell It To Me at the end. Wow.

"Way down south in Louisville
They showed me to the door
They hadn't seen a railroad bum
Since 1924
Its a rich folk's town
They don't need me 'round"

runs the verse from Trouble That I'm In by the Old Crows. Maybe so but the door they're being shown now is the way in.

Old Crow Medicine Show - Trouble That I'm In from Live
The Felice Brothers - Trouble Been Hard from Adventures of The Felice Brothers
The Carolina Chocolate Drops - Short Life Of Trouble from Dona Got A Ramblin' Mind

The Chocolate Drops were supporting the Old Crows at The Ryman in Nashville over the weekend.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

"The Doors: Live At The Matrix 2-CD Set
Live in San Fransisco March 7 & 10, 1967
Available 11/18

10:56 PM  
Blogger The DoorKeeper said...

you forgot the link

10:45 PM  

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