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Northhampton Nights

November 6th, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Yes folks… tonight we were at one of our favorite little haunts, the Iron Horse in Northampton, Massachusetts. I’ve been playing here for almost thirty years… what a concept! Here is our set list from tonight:

Jorma Kaukonen And Barry Mitterhoff 18, 2011
The Iron Horse
Northampton, Massachusetts
Sunday, November 6, 2011

1. True Religion
2. Let Us Get Together
3. Second Chances
4. Hesitation Blues
5. I’ll Let You Know Before I Leave
6. How Long Blues
7. Bread Line Blues
8. Come Back Baby
9. Children Of Zion
10. Things That Might Have Been
11. There’s A Bright Side Somewhere
12. Vicksburg Stomp
13. Good Shepherd
14. Genesis
15. I See the Light
16. I Know You Rider
17. Encore: Water Song

This is just a sort little note… no hotel tonight, we’re driving home so we’ll be rolling any moment now.

A great night had by me and Barry for sure!

Onward!

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  1. jjn
    November 6th, 2011 at 23:36 | #1

    Godspeed on the ride home…

  2. Cyndy Consentino
    November 7th, 2011 at 00:13 | #2

    Sounds like a great show, safe home!

  3. Johno
    November 7th, 2011 at 14:34 | #3

    You guys are sure movin’ around the country! Bet you’re seeing lots of autumnal colors – especially in Ithaca and Northampton(2 of my fav towns towns in NE). Must be like a trippy kaleidescope of colors. You are right about La Tourelle in Ithaca, kind of hidden on the hillside as you come down 96 towards Ithaca. Like a mirage great place. Feels like the Cote ‘d Or southeast of Paris. Did you pick up any Finger Lakes wine – Great stuff! Got to try some Hernman Weimer Reisling.

  4. Johno
    November 7th, 2011 at 14:44 | #4

    You guys are sure movin’ around the country! Bet you’re seeing lots of autumnal colors – especially in Ithaca and Northampton(2 of my fav towns towns in NE). Must be like a trippy kaleidescope of colors. You are right about La Tourelle in Ithaca, kind of hidden on the hillside as you come down 96 towards Ithaca. Like a mirage, great place. Feels like a place in the Cote ‘d Or, southeast of Paris. Did you pick up any Finger Lakes wine – Great stuff! Got to try some Hermann Weimer Reisling. Flew over the Finger Lakes not too long ago. From the sky it looks like God put his hand down and left an imprint. Also thanks for the pictures – kinda reminded me of the ole Airplane days.

  5. Nate
    November 7th, 2011 at 18:48 | #5

    I want to say that I attended this show last night and it was amazing. This was my first time seeing you live and I definitly enjoyed myself. I’m glad that you like the Iron Horse venue. I think it is a great place to see a show because of how intimate an enviroment it creates. Hopefully I will get a chance to see again, it was a fun night.

  6. jim hitchcock
    November 7th, 2011 at 20:41 | #6

    It’s one sublime show when it encore’s with Water Song.

  7. November 8th, 2011 at 00:03 | #7

    thanks for an incredible night sirs. immensely enjoyable musics from such talented individuals, was a honor to be there to enjoy.

  8. carlo pagliano
    November 9th, 2011 at 12:18 | #8

    Always breathless thrills when pressing over Jorma’s search buttons. Same sublime thrills when Jorma presses over buttons of any sort, strings against the frets, tapping the key, clickin’ photos, speaking with the fingertips, whatever. A continuous cascade of vital suggestions for the spirit, for the joy of our lives, all put down over an Art panel, well visible and daily absorbable, and all to be practiced, a real science for the dose of fun we have to produce for ourselves and our next, where the tools are in our brains, and outside of us are to be found the instruments to express that achievement. What is so astonishing and reassuring is that there are two kinds of angels, the one who live in the sky and for them the title is already given and the life eternal and they are ok, and the one who live on earth, for these one angels everything is earned through sweating the hell out of ‘hemselves, through contrary streams of any kind at any time, and the work of livin’ itself, these angels are simply called ‘men’ the world over.
    To see what men can do and what a single man can make out of his given life, suffice it to click.
    Bless up Jorma!

  9. Craig
    November 15th, 2011 at 13:04 | #9

    Looking forward to hearing you guys this Saturday night at the Melting Point in Athens, GA! Safe Travels.