[bittorrent] Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit 2009-07-22 "Music For Marines" Shoals Theater, Florence, Ala.

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Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit
2009-07-22
Shoals Theater
Florence, Ala.


Avantone CK1 (cardoid) > Fostex FR-2LE (stock)

DFC from the balcony; about 60 feet from the stage

CF > HDD > Sony SoundForge > CD Wave Editor > FLAC Frontend (Level 8 )

Set List:

01- Streetlights
02- Soldiers Get Strange
03- Never Gonna Change (including the "Greenhill procession")
04- Psycho Killer (Talking Heads; Browan on vocals)
05- Greenhill commentary
06- Outfit
07- Chicago Promenade
08- Grown
09- Goddamn Lonely Love
10- Music For Marines commentary
11- Seven Mile Island (with Trent Owen from 1 Way Street)
12- Hurricanes and Hand Grenades
13- American Girl (soundman Todd Hollar on vocals)
14- Dress Blues
15- Try
16- encore break
17- Danko Manuel



This was from the "Music For Marines" concert Saturday at the Shoals 

Theater in Florence, Ala. Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, Sons of Roswell, 

Barrelmouth and 1 Way Street played for free to raise money for the Matthew 

Conley Fund and a couple of other military charities like the Wounded Warrior 

Project.

Not sure about 1 Way Street, but some of the members of Barrelmouth and 

Sons of Roswell grew up with Jason in Greenhill, Ala. That led to a couple of 

funny moments and lots of local commentary and stories from the stage.

During the Sons of Roswell set, Browan Lollar (400 Unit guitarist) and Todd 

Holler (400 Unit soundman) came on stage dressed in medieval  garb they 

found back stage and walked around the band with a large bottle of Jack 

Daniels. It was totally unexpected and funny as hell.

But payback is hell. During "Never Gonna Change" about eight or so guys 

from the other bands came out from behind the curtain in similar costumes 

and danced around the band. The band never missed a beat. Jason 

commented: "that's what happens when you get too many people from 

Greenhill in the same place at the same time."

All in all it was a great show. MSTaper Jr. and I had all access passes, which 

meant free beer, etc. There should be some videos up at 

YouTube.com/Will24411 in a few weeks.  enjoy!

MSTaper

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