Sunday, October 2, 2011

Roger Mcguinn – Fox Theater, Tucson 2011


Roger Mcguinn – Fox Theater, Tucson 2011

Fox Theater, Tucson, Arizona – July 30, 2011

Part 1

1. My Back Pages (2:37)
2. Talk (1:45)
3. She Don't Care About Time (2:38)
4. Talk (0:48)
5. Leave Her Johnny Leave Her (2:39)
6. Talk (0:28)
7. Old Blue (2:32)
8. Talk (0:21)
9. Chestnut Mare (5:56)
10. Talk (0:15)
11. Pretty Boy Floyd - Black Mountain Rag (2:19)
12. Talk (1:21)
13. Rock Island Line (1:50)
14. Talk (0:45)
15. Heartbreak Hotel (snippet) (0:37)
16. Talk (1:55)
17. Well Well Well (1:30)
18. Talk (3:02)
19. There's A Meeting Here Tonight (0:42)
20. Talk (3:13)
21. Silver Dagger (2:04)
22. Talk (2:51)
23. Makes A Long Time Man Feel Bad (snippet) (0:45)
24. Talk + Beatles Lick (2:25)
25. Talk (1:42)
26. You Showed Me (1:52)
27. Talk About The Byrds (6:29)
28. Mr Tambourine Man (3:06)

Part 2

1. All I Really Want To Do (1:40)
2. Talk (0:50)
3. You Ain't Going Nowhere (2:25)
4. Talk (1:21)
5. Drugstore Truck Drivin' Man (1:47)
6. Talk (1:12)
7. Mr Spaceman (2:18)
8. Talk (1:15)
9. Ballad Of Easy Rider – Wasn’t Born To Follow (2:51)
10. Talk (2:15)
11. Jolly Roger (2:26)
12. Talk (0:47)
13. Dreamland (3:27)
14. Talk (0:26)
15. Up To Me (3:50)
16. Talk (3:42)
17. The Trees Are All Gone (3:14)
18. Talk (1:40)
19. Eight Miles High (3:06)
20. Talk (0:23)
21. Turn Turn Turn (2:25)
22. Encore Break - Crowd (0:42)
23. I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better (2:32)
24. Parade Of Lost Dreams (2:42)
25. Talk (0:26)
26. May The Road Rise To Meet You (2:46)

Artwork Included

2 comments:

Steve said...

For someone like me who lives south of the equator, this is as close as I'll get to hearing a current McGuinn concert, so for that reason alone it's a nice swan song for this group of concerts sadly coming to an end. I am reminded of Live From Mars, though updated considerably. The variety of material is a pleasant surprise, with more folk songs and some different material from his solo albums. The chatter is somewhat similar to other concerts but he certainly had rapport with the audience. His voice was in good shape for a man almost 70, and in fact he sounds much like he did when he was young. While his vocal range is somewhat limited, he makes the most of it. I was particularly interested in the 7-string guitar, which a lot of fans don't like. I think McGuinn's reasons for ordering it are sound, and I find it a very suitable instrument for the songs where it is used. I play a 12-string guitar (though nowhere near the level of McGuinn) and find it a fairly demanding instrument on one's fingers, but the sound is seductive. The 7-string gets only a little of that sound but does allow more flexibility with leads.
Thanks for this and all other concerts uploaded since May--to both David and R--B. There were some real treasures in this lot.

Rocking--Byrd said...

New link 2012-07-18

http://freakshare.com/files/j4m92hl3/RMTucson2011.zip.html