06

Oct

2015

Snarky Puppy

Hammersmith Apollo, London, UK

10/06/15 Hammersmith Apollo, London, UK

Products

Set One

Strawman 808

257556-TRACK

Flood 705

257557-TRACK

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Bent Nails 561

257558-TRACK

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What About Me? 798

257559-TRACK

Thing of Gold 587

257560-TRACK

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Tio Macaco 624

257561-TRACK

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Lingus 834

257562-TRACK

First Encore

Shofukan 681

257563-TRACK

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Second Encore

Quarter Master 607

257564-TRACK

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Price for

$9.95

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Show Notes

SNARKY PUPPY
Hammersmith Apollo
London, UK
October 6, 2015

Robert “Sput” Searight - drums
Marcelo Woloski - percussion
Nate Werth - percussion
Bill Laurance - keyboards
Cory Henry - keyboards
Justin Stanton - keyboards & trumpet
Mike Maher - trumpet & flugelhorn
Chris Bullock - tenor sax & flute
Mark Lettieri - guitar
Michael League - bass
Mike Harrison - sound
Matt Recchia - stage sound

1. Strawman
2. Flood
3. Bent Nails
4. What About Me?
5. Thing of Gold
6. Tio Macaco
7. Lingus
Encore
8. Shofukan
Encore 2
9. Quarter Master

London is always a big one. Really special night. Largest crowd of the tour (4,000) in the legendary Apollo. Loads of great energy onstage and in the audience. Last gig for Marcelo until the South American leg, and the only show of the tour with two percussionists (Nate joined the tour that afternoon). Justin and Mark fire it up early on Strawman. Bill takes a grooving, patient Rhodes solo on Flood and Sput pushes the band around. Bent Nails is super funky with the extra percussion. Cory takes runs the B3 through loads of different soundscapes. Maz taunts Mark on the microphone and then saves him on What About Me? after an electrical failure. Mark swoops back in and finishes it out. Cory really sings on Thing of Gold. Marcelo intros Tio Macaco on pandeiro, and the groove drops in at a slower, funkier tempo than normal. The band rides it. Nate takes the solo over the heavy groove of Sput and Marcelo. Cory closes it out with Lingus. Justin owns Shofukan on trumpet. A second encore brings the band back to the stage for a quick version of Quarter Master with Londoner Bill Laurance saying goodnight to hometown crowd on piano.