07

Aug

2005

The String Cheese Incident

Horning's Hideout, North Plains, OR

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08/07/05 Horning's Hideout, North Plains, OR

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Set One

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Texas Town 274

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Catfish John 330

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Stay Through 411

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45th of November 467

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Freedom Jazz Dance 396

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Sing A New Song 501

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Little Hands 644

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Dudley's Kitchen 405

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Set Two

Lester Poem 140

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Eye Know Why 627

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Chatter 124

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Big Sciota 318

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How Mountain Girls Can Love 343

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Long Way To Go 468

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Shakin' The Tree 697

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Chatter 86

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Jellyfish 615

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Blue Jam 388

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Encore

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Show Notes
  • Catfish John features Tim Carbone (from Railroad Earth) on violin

  • Big Sciota & Mountain Girls features Tim Carbone (Violin, vocals), John Skehan (Mandolin), Andy Goessling (banjo, flute, vocals), Carey Harmon (percussion, vocals), all from Railroad Earth

  • Long Way To Go features Todd Sheaffer (guitar, vocals), Tim Carbone (Violin, vocals), John Skehan (Mandolin), Andy Goessling (banjo, flute, vocals), Carey Harmon (percussion, vocals), all from Railroad Earth

  • Jellyfish features the "Big" farewell to Brian Blue (SCI Ticketing), with Brian Blue on Percussion

  • Shantytown features Scott Law (electric guitar)

  • Quinn, The Eskimo features all of Railroad Earth (from above), plus Jeff Miller (guitar) and Marty Ylitalo (percussion) from New Monsoon, Jamie Janover (percussion) from Zilla, Scott Law (guitar)

  • Opening Band (Railroad Earth) : Magic Foot, Lordy Lordy, Elko (w/Martin Fierro), Mighty River, Warhead Boogie, Stillwater Getaway, Bird In A House (with Jeff Miller), Seven Story Mountain (w/Martin Fierro), Butterfly & The Tree (w/Martin Fierro)
  • Reviews for this item

    m.b. 5/6/2007 5:26:24 PM

    "little hands blew my mind, that sunday afternoon feeling is still not forgotten, 2 years later. thank you kang for bringing us back down to earth with the violin. i will never forget that moment."

    Sheila 10/19/2005 10:12:23 AM

    "Bill Nershi - the new Krispy Kreme. He said it all in that one line. It was a crazy, crusty, cuddly weekend and this last night of music gave me chills. Dayglo-velvet guy tossing the children laughing with abandon, Shantytown, loving vibe - a lifetime high for this mountain girl."

    j.r. 9/26/2005 3:56:00 PM

    "This show was amazing! It was actually better than a lot of the `02 shows I saw that were also great. Keep doing your thing boys!"

    What is Happening to SCI 9/25/2005 10:31:32 AM

    "I sure hope that their fall tour will be better... They are losing thier stuff.... Ever since they added Jason Hann to thier roster, they have not been doing stuff like they used to. Look at the stuff they used to do back in 02`. That shit was off the hook. 20-30 minute jams, Just Sick! Now i`m lucky to even see them do a 20 minute jam... They need to lose this POP thing they got going on and get back into some serious jam sessions!!!! I can`t afford to see these guys lose thier stuff! SCI is going down the same path as PHISH did, but I know that SCI is way way better then those posers. PLEASE DONT LET ME DOWN GUYS!!!! "

    Jay Rais 8/13/2005 9:54:55 AM

    "How could each night just keep gettin` better? Once again the age old question was answered. "What was the best Cheese show you ever saw?" The last one! After the show I had to just sit and soak up all the good vibes and positive feelings that were floating around the amphitheater. I NEVER thought I would be able to say that I`d just heard the best version of Little Hands, Shantytown (a.k.a. SKORT in a previous life), and possibly Rollover ...in the same set no less! Magical. Please everyone, go to Hornings website and e-mail the county commissioners about letting Bob continue to host these events. There`s only one Hornings. Let the music flow. We Love You Bob! Jay Rais Garden Valley, Idaho "