15

Dec

2011

Chris Robinson Brotherhood

CRB Ravens Reels, San Francisco, CA

12/15/11 CRB Ravens Reels, San Francisco, CA

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Set One

Wavy Introduction 168

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Let's Go 306

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Tomorrow Blues 459

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Tulsa Yesterday 770

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Star Or Stone 691

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Reflections On A Broken Mirror 470

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Seventh Son 446

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Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues 521

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Bright Lights, Big City 342

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New Speedway Boogie 500

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Minglewood Blues 560

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40 Days 666

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Poor Elijah 754

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Girl On The Mountain 854

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Vibration & Light Suite 764

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Ride 680

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I Ain't Hiding 470

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Mississippi, You're On My Mind 356

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Sunday Sound 675

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Encore

Rosalee 708

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Show Notes
  • Seventh Son through Minglewood Blues with Bob Weir
Reviews for this item

JOE 2/6/2013 3:08:22 PM

"Where's the last song?? It's Late is missing. Kinda lame that its not even mentioned anywhere on this site."

imtall 3/25/2012 4:05:13 PM

"Just finished listening to this show and I feel the sound quality is pretty good...I would give it a 8.5 out 10...not stellar but very cool to listen too...great jams...if you like jammy stuff, I think you'll enjoy this...."

Ceevans 3/24/2012 9:09:31 PM

"Great show, but disappointing sound quality. Sounds like a mediocre audience recording. Wish LiveDownloads would disclose the source info."

Steve T 3/21/2012 4:24:21 PM

"This is the final show of the 4 night run at the Great American Music Hall. I caught the first night and this show. I was dying to get this one to see if it held up with the way I experienced it and it's pretty close. There was a very clear connection between the crowd and the band that night - I'm not sure how that comes through on the recording. Perhaps it was Wavy Gravy opening the show, or the fact that the rumors about Bobby sitting in were swirling around, but Chris and the guys opened big and just kept killing it all night. Neal and Adam were playing off each other so well; both were taking it to a different level. Of the shows I've been listening to, this is Neal's best stuff to date. "

Chris Esposito 3/14/2012 4:08:29 PM

"Great show as always. Come back to the north east soon and please never stop making the earthly tones thats keeping southern rock, and blues alive ."