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Dec

2011

Yonder Mountain String Band

Boulder Theater, Boulder, CO

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12/30/11 Boulder Theater, Boulder, CO

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Set One

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If You're Ever In Oklahoma 496

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Damned If The Right One Didn't Go Wrong 339

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Strophe 345

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Skulls 216

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Winds Of Wyoming 248

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No Expectations 831

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Rambler's Anthem 231

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A Father's Arms 262

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Don't Let Your Deal Go Down 275

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Death Trip 566

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On The Run 514

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Set Two

Intro 16

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Freeborn Man 318

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Blue Collar Blues 203

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Freeborn Man 154

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Ooh La La 294

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You're No Good 180

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Near Me 268

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Illinois Rain 440

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Town 201

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This Train Is Bound For Glory 297

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Redbird 312

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Steep Grade Sharp Curves 506

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Morning Dew 750

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Funtime 349

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Raleigh And Spencer 560

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Encore

They Love Each Other 395

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Sharecropper's Son 183

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JDubbs80 1/11/2012 6:55:15 AM

"That was completely over-thought and absurd. Dont change a thing guys!! You Kill it and we all love you!!!!"

Hey guys.... 1/1/2012 1:03:47 AM

"Happy New Year!!!! Hey, I have been checking out alot of your music since '98 or '99 and I have noticed a few things about your music. One: It was at once beautiful as well as being fun and chaotic with exploration both harmonically as well as rhythmically. I still find those things within your music, however, I have been feeling a dissonance lately. Both eratic and feverish the notes seem at times, not unlike being lost at a barter fair with the notes of passing musicians fusing and distorting as you wander on in search of your wares. I realize that the creative process is trying on the psychological and spiritual nerves of the performers and, I love your music. I only wish to convey my perception of the importance your music has on my life by way of a biopsychosocial connection between the individual, the band, the audience and their collective social interactions. I love your music and want to see it thrive and rise on the Rhythms of the collective experience."