Jul 31, 2010

The String Cheese Incident

Horning's Hideout, North Plains, OR

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07/31/10 Horning's Hideout, North Plains, OR

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Set One

Intro 196

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Black Clouds 242

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Rhum 'N Zouc 558

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One Step Closer 351

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County Road Blues 526

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Freedom Jazz Dance 560

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Way That It Goes 493

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Cedar Laurels 505

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Ring Of Fire 340

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Black Clouds 638

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Set Two

Intro 418

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Rivertrance 1529

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Joyful Sound 713

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It Is What It Is 653

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Orion's Belt 308

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Piece Of Mine 620

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Search 451

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I Know You Rider 712

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Encore

Sirens 363

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Texas 854

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Michael Phelps 8/5/2010 4:16:06 PM

"What a great night! Freedom Jazz Dance, Way That It Goes, and Cedar were highlights for me. I hadn't heard Kyle's new tune before, but I really liked it. The second set seemed like it went on forever, and I really liked the different types of songs they played. A lot of people don't like the new version of Joyful Sound, but I thought it was great. I was pleasantly surprised when they pulled out Orion's Belt. They've played some great versions of this song at Hornings over the years. The new reggae Sirens was sweet. I was getting bored with the old version. Texas was a perfect ending to a magical night. I can't think of a world without Cheese. I hope they keep playing, and they keep coming back to Hornings. "

Butter Flyness 8/5/2010 8:27:56 AM

"HA! Are you kidding?! This was one of the BEST shows I've seen of the SCI. It BLEW my mind away! A lot of bitchy little peak people going on, WTF? Move on! This is what it's all about! If you can't appreciate it than go away! Things change and on Saturday night HH 2010 it was an awesome change! And like the last reviewer said, we should really be thankful that the SCI is still sharing their beautiful talents with us! UFO and a lady dancing on a string in the night sky....PEAK THAT!"

Was at the shows 8/4/2010 1:59:04 PM

"For those that were at the show including me, it was a fantastic time. I enjoyed the music and highly recommend downloading all sets. When the video is done, get the second set from Saturday night. It was a really cool production. To all you trollers out there- STFU. If you weren't there, just be glad you have the opportunity to listen to it anyway. For those that were there, it was really fun and each night had it's own character. Saturday night 2nd set was possibly one of the best sets of SCI I've ever seen. Now I know that I've only been to 30+ shows since 1999, but I'm not trying to start a pissing contest with some uppity hippie. I know what a good show is and is not, as I'm sure you do too. Stop hatin' and bitchin about how good it was back in the old days. You sound like old people- bitchy, inconsolable, and lonely. Embrace the new because you can never go back. Be glad SCI is doing something again and enjoy your times with them. "

Josh 8/4/2010 10:44:29 AM

"I have been to Hornings for many years now, for both NWSS and for SCI at Hornings, and I have to say that this night was one of the best time's I've ever had. The music was just great as well. I find it hard to believe that these guys have just come off a 3-odd year break from touring. Get all three of these shows, they were great. And who the hell cares if peak was there or not, Saturday's eye candy was still top-notch!!!"

Fergdude 8/3/2010 5:23:13 PM

"Its quite obvious that the negative and whiney reviews are not from the people lucky enough to be at the show. Saturday night blew away '07's; just the UFO was more than anything "peak" could have achieved. If you hippies could stop bitching for a moment about jams you might actually hear a band that is growing and trying something new-something that all great bands must do. Long live the Pabst Care Bear!!"