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Good point Marion.

And while I don't presume to speak for dollardime, I think I get where he's coming from, so here is my take on his post regarding Louisiana Rain, which as I see it, is just the desire to hear them play a song that had its origin between Mudcrutch and the Heartbreakers, to hear how a song known as a TPATH number sounds filtered through the country/rock stylings of Mudcrutch. It's also a song that seems like a good fit for them were they to cover TPATH, which I doubt they would anyway.

He even called it a "wild card", acknowledging the slim chances of them doing it anyway.

cheers

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I'm going to the Ryman in Nashville on Tuesday and couldn't be more excited.  Amazing venue and perfect for Mudcrutch.

I saw Mumford and Sons flip off the Mics to hear the sound raw. The Cathedral was built 100 plus years ago and it was designed to maximize audio, if you take the tour you will see a lot of Johnny Cash and every other major country artist pictured in the dressing rooms. As much a museum as a concert venue.  If you want to see what it looks like from the inside; Neil Young's "Harvest Moon" and the movie "Brother Where Art Thou" were filmed there.

I love the new album and t's my favorite TP involved venture since Wildflowers, I'm dead serious about that statement.

BTW Rolling Stone posted the audio of"Don't Do Me Like That" as an early Mudcrutch song. If an early Mudcrutch tune makes it on the setlist I wouldn't complain.

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^ Yeah, I'm really all for them revisiting all those early days songs, for them giving some of that old stuff another go, if just for the brief fun of it! Don't Do Me Like That would be fantastic! So would pre HB material like Louisiana Rain and Cry to Me and more strictly Mudcrutch vault stuff like Up In Mississippi, Don't Send Me Letters, Making Some Noise and what not... After all - they did have two singles out (at least one, strictly speaking) - so why not play some of that? Wild Eyes, for example, (b-side, but still) would be fantastic to hear in a contemporary, laid back old man's version, I think. Not that I get to witness it anyway.. but for the record.. :D

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Wait what? No Victim of Circumstance?! Is that right?

No.. apparently it's not right. It should have Victims in there, after Crystal River, according to update.

Please don't shock me with a changing set list!

 

 

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Well, I'm disappointed but not really surprised at Tom keeping to the same set list. I hope they mix up the encore as the tour goes on. As Shelter noted, at least it's new  material. Perhaps the songs will evolve as the tour goes on.

And hopefully they'll be some more detailed reviews from people who've been there.

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The show was great! It was hotter than hell in the Riviera though! Hard for me to tolerate. Someone said it was 103 degrees in there. Sweat was streaming down my face and it affected my enjoyment of the show. Sorry to focus on that. Otherwise everyone was in fine form and enjoying himself. All the different vocal solos were excellent! I'll try to write more later. Leaving for Nashville in the morning.

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I've been to many shows at the Ryman and it is a very old theater.  

Expect to sit on old wooden church pews. There are plenty of beautiful old stained glass windows as well.

The AC is state of the art so you will not be hot, count on that, Southerners take their AC seriously.  

The acoustics are what makes this auditorium special, Mudcrutch is perfect for this venue, welcome to Nashville!!!

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