29

Oct

2008

Porter Batiste Stoltz

Live Wire Music Hall, Savannah, GA

10/29/08 Live Wire Music Hall, Savannah, GA

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Set One

All We Wanna Do 543

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Name Up In Lights 398

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A Storm Is Brewin' 453

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Check Out Your Mind 608

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Sugar For Me 435

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Like A Rolling Stone 424

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Us And Them 615

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Any Colour You Like 146

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Set Two

Thinking 348

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Cissy Pickup 162

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Cissy Got The Blues 496

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Out In The Country 487

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All I Do Everyday 537

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Funkin' 574

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I Believe 362

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I Get High 449

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Them Changes 387

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Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 189

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Bring The Flood 738

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Look-Ka Py Py 170

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Welcome To New Orleans 358

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Show Notes

• This set features Porter Batiste Stoltz:

George Porter, Jr. - Bass/Vocals, Russell Batiste - Drums/Vocals, Brian Stoltz - Guitar/Vocals

• This is the fourth release (PG904) from www.PartyGras2009.com :  Where Every Tuesday Is Fat Tuesday!™

• Photo by Danny Clinch.

• Notes from the archivist:  Porter Batiste Stoltz played an especially energized show for the crowd in Savannah, GA.  Right from the get-go, it's clear that it was a rowdy night.  Listen to the alternate lyrics at the end of All We Wanna Do for "proof!"  A Storm Is Brewin' is a Brian Stoltz tune that has been frequently popping up at the end of Name Up In Lights.  It's wrought with passion and emotion, Brian really delivers on this track.  Russell "takes [us] to space" with a double-dose of Pink Floyd to close out the set.  The second set GOES OFF.  Clocking in at around 90 minutes, this is some of the most in your face Porter Batiste Stoltz that I've heard.  Four Meters tunes provide a running start to set, which gives way to one of the newest Porter Batiste Stoltz tunes appropriately titled Funkin'.  I Believe provides a moment of mellowness in advance of the blistering segue of I Get High > Them Changes > Rainy Day Women > Bring The Flood. Listen carefully and you can hear the band weaving in and out of these tunes, teasing each one as they call them.  Personally, I feel that this type of thing is the essence of what Porter Batiste Stoltz is all about.  - fB

Reviews for this item

Funkster_49 4/6/2009 8:48:48 AM

"This recording sounds great guys! Wild show, sounds like Russ definitely had a good time."