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A Night In State College

January 12th, 2014 Jorma Leave a comment Go to comments
Our name in lights

Our name in lights

Foto by Phil Jacobs

Well, a two set night for us before we return to the Leon Russel/Hot Tuna tour. The State Theater is a beautiful venue and it’s been too long since we’ve been here. It was warm enough so the weather only brought us rain. We’ll take it. Here is our set list:

Hot Tuna 8, 2014
The Acoustic Trio
Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady
& Barry Mitterhoff
State Theater
State College, Pennsylvania
Saturday, January 11, 2014

First Set:
1. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down & Out
2. True Religion
3. I’ll Let You Know Before I Leave
4. More Than My Old Guitar
5. Goodbye To The Blues
6. Hesitation Blues
7. Barbeque King
8. 99 Year Blues
9. I’ll All Right Some Day
10. Keep Your Lamps Trimmed & Burning
Second Set:
1. I See The Light
2. Mama Let Me Lay It On You
3. Big River Blues
4. Living In The Moment
5. The Terrible Operation
6. Things That Might Have Been
7. Candy Man
8. Good Shepherd
9. Children Of Zion
10. I Know You Rider
11. Encore: Embryonic Journey

Beautiful venue, great sound, great people to work with. Sure hope to get back soon!

Today we’re off to Northern Virginia and the Birchmere… a place we dearly love. Busy, busy, busy… gotta run and hit the road.

Good times… always…

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  1. January 12th, 2014 at 09:58 | #1

    thanks for a great show! everyone was on their game but jack was on fire!!

  2. joe in DC
    January 12th, 2014 at 11:07 | #2

    looks good tuna
    see u this evening at birchmere
    looking forward to a good show

  3. carlo pagliano
    January 12th, 2014 at 11:33 | #3

    Rock Them All to the light tonight Jorma!

  4. johno
    January 12th, 2014 at 15:05 | #4

    At the long island I was there w/ my wife who only likes acoustic HT(electric hurts her ears). It was getting near the end of the show and I was thinking about my wifes fav song and if they were gonna play it or not. Odds are they weren’t going to. I’m pretty sure it wasn’t on the play list. All of a sudden someone calls out Genesis – then 2-3 more people say the same thing – and Jorma goes right into Genesis, my wifes favorite song. It was definitely mental telepathy. My wife was ecstatic and so was I. Thanks Jorma you made my night.

  5. Dan
    January 12th, 2014 at 18:11 | #5

    I love when that happens^^

  6. Brad in S.C., PA
    January 12th, 2014 at 19:34 | #6

    An indelible show last night, as usual! Barry needs to be a little less hyper!
    Thanks always!

  7. Barbara Jacobs
    January 12th, 2014 at 19:37 | #7

    Give some credit to Vanessa, who maybe had an ESP-ish message from johno and Mrs. johno; before Jorma left to go out on this tour.
    When Jorma was asleep, Vanessa whispered in his ear:
    “You want to play Genesis in Long Island,
    you want to play Genesis in Long Island,
    you want to play Genesis in Long Island…”

  8. johno
    January 12th, 2014 at 20:43 | #8
  9. johno
    January 12th, 2014 at 20:44 | #9

    @Barbara Jacobs
    very cool…..

  10. Barbara Jacobs
    January 12th, 2014 at 20:59 | #10

    @johno
    It’s an ESP-ish cool communique.

  11. Reg
    January 13th, 2014 at 02:13 | #11

    Loved the Jan. 11 show in State College.

    From the fun and quirky tunes like Bar-b-que King and The Terrible Operation to the old-timey Nobody Loves You and Candyman to the instrumentals, I was digging it all, but this night I was really touched by More than My Old Guitar and Things that Might Have Been. Those tunes have such heart–and it takes a delicate touch to deliver that kind of sentiment without seeming maudlin. Well, that’s how it seemed to me.

  12. kathy liny
    January 13th, 2014 at 02:51 | #12

    Jack was on fire on Long Island too!

  13. gregg s.i.n.y.
    January 13th, 2014 at 16:53 | #13

    yeah getting back to ginnygate i haven,t heard complaints like that since when tuna broke up in the 70s and jorma was playing solo with backing band and not playing tuna tunes . a lot of bummed patrons but after a few shows he threw in a pair of airplane tunes, but in time vital parts came along and save the day. But playing first and not makeing ticket holders aware if that is not a plus. people plan on getting there late knowing tuna plays after opening act. gregg

  14. Barbara Jacobs
    January 14th, 2014 at 17:54 | #14

    Oy, gelvalt!

  15. johno
    January 14th, 2014 at 21:03 | #15

    give me a clue for gelvalt?
    thx

  16. Barbara Jacobs
    January 15th, 2014 at 19:50 | #16

    It’s like “Oy, vey”. (a.k.a.: “oy, gevalt”.)@johno

  17. Barbara Jacobs
    January 16th, 2014 at 18:36 | #17

    Oy vay!
    For this situation, we have an even more precise comment:

    MEH KEN LAIBM –
    Ober MEH LOZT NISHT.

    Translates to:
    You could live -
    but they won’t let you.