[bittorrent] Donna The Buffalo @ GrassRoots Live! at Shakori Hills Pittsboro NC 2021-06-12 matrix

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Donna The Buffalo
GrassRoots Live! at Shakori Hills
Pittsboro NC
2021-06-12 Saturday
70'F  49%RH

Source: (1) SBD (webcast)
        (2) JB-mod NAK CM-300 (CP-1'S) > Edirol OCM R-44
        (3) JB-mod NAK CM-300 (CP-3'S) > Edirol OCM R-44
Transfer: Audacity > Izotope RX 8 > Izotope Ozone 9 > r8brain > CD Wave > TLH
Recorded and matrixed by capnhook
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Start: 9:07pm

d1t01 -intro by Rob Gumby Hillard-
d1t02 This Mystery
d1t03 If You Only Could
d1t04 If You Want To Live
d1t05 I Love My Tribe
d1t06 -banter-
d1t07 Funky Side
d1t08 Just Like You
d1t09 Forty Days And Forty Nights
d1t10 Swing That Thing
d1t11 -tuning-
d1t12 Each And Every Direction
d1t13 -Mollie Farr To The Stage-
d1t14 Motor @
d1t15 -banter and tuning-
d2t01 Yonder
d2t02 -tuning-
d2t03 The Reason Why
d2t04 -tuning-
d2t05 Love And Gasoline
d2t06 -little baby spider-
d2t07 Just Like Me (new Jeb tune)
d2t08 Revelation Two-Step - I Just Don't Wanna Be Lonely
d2t09 -tuning-
d2t10 It's Over (new Jeb tune, working title)
d2t11 -tuning-
d2t12 The Love You Left Behind (new Tara tune, working title)
d2t13 Heaven And The Earth
d2t14 -thanks Shakori Hills-
d2t15 Conscious Evolution
d2t16 -encore crowd-


d3t01 As I Wonder How Long I'll Be Alive (new Jeb tune, working title)
d3t02 I Believe
d3t03 -outtro-

End: 11:48pm

@ - with Mollie Farr - backing vocals

Jeb Puryear - "Well, we might be able to do that one...There's a bunch we know,
 there's a bunch we don't know, there's a bunch we used to know, there's a
 bunch yet to know."

Tara Nevins - "What was that?  I thought you said 'So who cares?', and I was
 going to like, fight with you."

Never For Sale.
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Jeb Puryear - Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Tara Nevins - Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Fiddle, Accordion, Scrubboard, Tambourine
David McCracken - B3, Clavinet
Chris English - Drums, backing vocals
Ted Pecchio - Bass

Photos courtesy of Rich Levine and Sue Karlok Lasine. 

Review by Paul R. (aka EstimatedProf):

In marked contrast to Friday, the skies today were overcast, with low cloud
 cover, but happily no rain.  By nightfall, the air was refreshingly cool,
 with relatively low humidity (in spite of all the rain we got yesterday). 
 By mid June, summer is normally heating up big time in these parts, and the
 reprieve is welcome.  Sunday is supposed to be fine, and so the folks who
 catch Donna at Kure Beach should have a pleasant day for an outdoor show.
Some quick hits from this evening’s performance:
 “This Mystery” was an effective opener.  “Funky Side” was as mellow as I
 have heard it.  The band just crushed “Forty Days and Forty Nights,” and
 with “Swing that Thing” the Donna machine was fully powered up.  I loved
 Jeb’s poignant guitar solo in “Each and Every Direction.”  Mollie Farr did
 some lovely work in her accompaniment of Tara on “Motor,” and Chris was a
 strong and solid vocal presence in “If You Like Drinking.”  Tatum and Ralph
 in our pod suggested that a fitting but more compendious working title for
 this song should be simply “Just Like Me.”  Point taken. “Revelation Two-Step”
 segued into “I Just Don’t Wanna Be Lonely,” which flips the familiar script,
 according to which, say, a Keith Frank cover segues into “Revelation
 Two-Step.”  Perhaps that explains the rough transition between the two songs.
 I was perplexed by the cacophonic instrumental lead-in  to “The Love You
 Left Behind.”  Nonetheless, I want to reiterate what I wrote in my last
 review: I could listen to this song again . . . and again.  It’s a brilliant
 composition.  “Conscious Evolution” was one of the best I’ve heard. 
 Jeb’s thoughtful, introspective guitar work over the drone of fiddle,
 percussion, organ, and bass created a sonic highway, a space in which I
 could dwell a good long while.
Unfortunately, a tuning peg on Tara’s fiddle broke before the duet encore,
 which required some attention and posed an unwelcome distraction. 
 Tara forgot the lyrics to “I Believe,” which necessitated a reboot.  But
 not to worry.  As my daughter would say (based on her experience as a
 harpist): “It happens.”
All in all, a fine show and beautiful experience. As Jeb said, “We’re
 getting back into it.”  True that, for both band and Herd.


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