14

Oct

2005

The String Cheese Incident

Carnegie Music Hall, Pittsburgh, PA

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10/14/05 Carnegie Music Hall, Pittsburgh, PA

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Set One

Miss Brown's Teahouse 363

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Chameleon 246

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Miss Brown's Teahouse 200

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Time Goes By 319

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Looking Glass 1018

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Little Hands 651

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Boogie On Reggae Woman 412

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Set Two

Hit the Road Jack 59

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Best Feeling 780

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Drums 264

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Impressions 146

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Coal Train Jam 613

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Concrete Jungle 173

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Impressions 101

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Midnight Moonlight 535

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On Fire 381

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Shantytown 1114

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Way Back Home 598

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Encore

The Bridge 339

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Black Clouds 364

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Show Notes
  • Impressions features from Chris Berry and Panjea: Chris Berry (percussion), Chris Cuzme, Dan Sears, Phil Yaeger (horns), Ben Sands (percussion)

  • Thanks to Rey Herce for the photos!
  • Reviews for this item

    Gantz 12/10/2006 9:58:54 AM

    "This was my first Cheese show and they where awesome. The crowd was pumped and groovin` no doubt going to see another incident! 2nd set was dope, best feeling a keller tune was sweet to hear. PEACE (FOREVER GRATEFUL NEVER DEAD) "

    Baker 10/31/2005 2:50:39 PM

    "First lets talk about the venue. Amazing. Very artistic with great presence. The crowd was unbelievable. The energy created during this show was spectacular condidering the amount of people there. If you were there, you were blessed. Grteat way for the Cheese to begin with Teahouse. Looking Glass was jammed much different than normal and made it nice. Little Hands is one of those songs were you feel a little energy leave the room but if you stick with it really hits home and comes back to life. Boogie On was better than they normally do. Second set began great and continued throughout. The tease of Concrete Jungle was slow paced and awesome. The whole Impressions saga needs no mentioning, you have to listen to it yourself. Midnight- Oh what a night! Shantytown, I have seen live since 99 and it was a treat. Way Back Home was nice. During the break betwen 2nd set and encore the crowd did not let low and the noise was deafenning. The Bridge was a let down but Black Clouds saved the encore. Was hoping for an Orange Blossum but got enough to make it a must download."

    Sounds Good 10/18/2005 10:56:14 PM

    "Just wasnt sure.... Show was preety good... that little jam session was deffiently one of the better parts of the show.... we all loved the dancers on stage during drums.... first time I have seen that at a cheese show.... The 2nd set was way better then the 1st one.... overall it was good, but for never coming to pittsburgh that often, they could have done better.."

    SCIrie 10/18/2005 8:00:14 PM

    "THis is a note to previous reviewer speaking about a mistake in naming the recent 10-14-05 IMpressons jam "Coal Train". It isnt a misspelling, its merely the name given to the jam. Of course everyone knows its spelled COLTRANE .Thats not the first time the boys have played the jam labeled as such either"

    One mistake 10/18/2005 6:26:28 PM

    "dont have time to write a review... but "Impressions" is a song by John Coltrane.... and it says that it goes right into a "Coal Train" Jam... Shouldnt it be COLTRANE.... I am very familar with his music and I am much disapointed in this mistake that has been made.... I don`t know who to tell about this but it should be changed. Great Cover though...... I love it when they cover Jazz covers like "Birdland" by The Weather Report and "Take Five" by Dave Brubeck!!!! Keep on ROCKIN in the FREE WORLD!!!!!!!!!"