26

Nov

2004

The String Cheese Incident

Tweeter Waterfront, Camden, NJ

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11/26/04 Tweeter Waterfront, Camden, NJ

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Set One

'Round The Wheel 780

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One Step Closer 281

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Eye Know Why 463

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Group Hoot 81

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Suntan 404

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45th of November 469

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Black Clouds 647

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Outside And Inside 614

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Set Two

Dirk 578

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Under African Skies 615

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Desert Dawn 530

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Sand Dollar 795

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Sirens 391

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Miss Brown's Teahouse 561

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It Is What It Is 760

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Encore

Chatter 86

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On The Road 633

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Give It Away 355

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Show Notes
  • both Thanksgiving Incidents are available together at a discounted price

  • Outside and Inside with Robert Randolph on pedal steel guitar

  • On The Road with DJ Harry

  • the PA failed briefly during Eye Know Why (6:10) causing a second of silence on the master tapes

  • Photos by Dan Sock
  • Reviews for this item

    St. John 6/7/2006 5:42:02 PM

    "This was my First ever Incident, and I have been absolutely hooked since. I had gone to see Robert Randolph and the Family Band, who tore the place down with their set. The Cheese were on fire right from the gate. The `Round the Wheel was incredible, followed by a One Step Closer (the better bluegrass version) > Eye Know Why. The higlight however had to be the duel between Robert Randolph on pedal steel and Billy and his Tele during Outside and Inside. The 2nd set was not disapointing. Paul Simon`s Under African Skies was great with a wonderful violin solo. Sand Dollar > Sirens > Miss Brown`s Teahouse brought the funk to a maximum. Encore was amazing. On the Road was great, but Billy rapping some Chili Peppers is perhaps the ultimate moment in my concert going lifetime. Wonderful show, highly recommend downloading this show, if not the entire weekend. "

    Bodhi 12/3/2004 4:33:53 PM

    "Jason Hann adds so much to the band -- enthusiasm, good beats. Wish I could say the same for the rest of the guys. Round the Wheel started off nice, but went down from there. Hard to really say that any "jam" was really a jam; merely rehashes of jams of days gone-by which makes it orchestrated to me. Maybe I`ve seen a few too many shows...I don`t mean to be a downer, and I`m glad that the people who posted earlier reviews had such fantastic times."

    Chris 12/2/2004 9:00:36 AM

    "Wow! Fresh and exhilarating is the best way to describe the show. I`m a 35 year old deadhead experiencing Cheese for the first time. Great Jams more upbeat than the Dead with a mix between Caribbean/Country/Progressive feel at times. Robert Randolph and Family rocked. Gotta admit I felt like an old man amongst the crowd but there was alot of energy. ALOT!!! Left with a big smile. And a severe case of the munchies!!! Nothing like a breath of fresh air!! "

    Tom 12/1/2004 6:43:57 PM

    "First CHEESE show and i just cant get over how wonderful it was!! THe jams were awesome i have to put it to ya. hope you come around PA agian. ~PEACE~"

    artie 11/30/2004 8:18:34 PM

    "WOW! I`m just now getting over my thanksgiving stuffing of turkey and CHEESE!! Awesome little Camden run. Friday and Saturday in Jersey will not be forgotten anytime soon. this show has so many highlights I don`t even know where to start. All I can say is, What I`ve got you`ve gotta get it put it in you! Peace"