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Second Night with CAMI

January 30th, 2011 Jorma Leave a comment Go to comments

Our second night at the Lycian Center in Sugarloaf was indeed a hot show. Second night and I felt we were all really getting it together. Speaking of getting it together… my set reporting is not perfect, but it’s getting better too… and here it is for last night:
CAMI Tour 2
Hot Tuna Blues
Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady
Barry Mitterhoff, Skoota Warner & G.E. Smith
With
Charlie Musselwhite & Jim Lauderdale
Lycian Centre PAC
Sugarloaf, New York
Saturday, January 29, 2011

First Set:
Jorma, Jack & Barry Acoustic
1. True Religion
2. Hesitation Blues
3. Things That Might Have Been
4. Uncle Sam Blues
5. Sea Child
Jim hits the stage and:
1. Plays a song with Barry and Jorma Trashcan Tomcat
GE hits the stage and joins Jim and the boys for
2. Good Together
3. Alligator Alley
4. Charlie enters and joins Jim on Headed For The Hills
Charlie leads the company in
1. Sad And Beautiful World
Everyone joins Tuna in a rendition of:
1. That’ll Never Happen no More

Second Set:
Hot Tuna Electric:
1. Can’t Get Satisfied
2. Corners Without Exits
3. 99 Year Blues
4. Long Gone From Kentucky
5. Bowlegged Woman
6. Hit Single #1
Enter Charlie M.
1. If I Should Have Bad Luck
2. Where Highway 61 Runs
3. Cristo Redentor
Jim Lauderdale comes on for
1. Jawbone
Finale with everyone:
1. Come Back Baby
Encore with Tuna:
Rock Me Baby

sugarloaf hotel

Well, it’s a winter wonderland up here today and now we’re off to Long Island…

More will be revealed!

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  1. Carlo Pagliano
    January 30th, 2011 at 15:32 | #1

    It’s a snowy Sunday blessed by a never ending spin ahead of ‘Upfront Blues’. Such a super charger! Feels like breathing deep into the Tuna Galaxy. Safe journey all the way!!! B.B.? (Barry & Beard)

  2. Tommy Lee in St. Louis
    January 30th, 2011 at 17:48 | #2

    Wow, sounds like a hot set indeed…

  3. agrippo55
    January 30th, 2011 at 19:15 | #3

    Yes Sir Jorma it was a very good show indeed at the Lycian.Chrlie and Jim proformed great and put some good tunes on the table for everyone to taste.Plus that 1952 Fender Tele that GE was playing sounded freakin great.Till the next time boys…GODSPEED.
    PS. “HIGHWAY 61 RUNS FROM MY BACKDOOR DOWN TO THE SETTING SUN”
    that is a great line.

  4. Bob
    January 31st, 2011 at 02:00 | #4

    Gee, It’s been so long since I seen you guys, I wish you’d come down here and play a few gigs. You could put another “Star in you Crown.” Here’s to that ol’ 1 4 5
    for those of us that are rusty.

  5. Jose Mediavilla
    January 31st, 2011 at 09:36 | #5

    I’m glad I decided to go to this show too – the sound was MUCH better than the night before. And Jorma looked like he was in a better mood, and played to match. Charlie seemed more comfortable too, and ‘Cristo Redentor’ was amazing.

  6. jaime
    January 31st, 2011 at 20:40 | #6

    sorry to have missed the west hampton show….both bergen and lycian were excellent shows…..the chemistry is already unbelievable….not sure if it was the gentlemen on stage…my amazing seats at the lycien…the people i was with or the jack vibe of the evening (i think it was the jack vibe)….but a great time was had by all.
    thank you

  7. January 31st, 2011 at 20:52 | #7

    Great show guys. Thanks for coming to MY town to do it! I hope for this to be the first of many. Tried to get tix for Morristown but only nosebleed at the wall remaining. Boo hoo. Used to see you down at the Tabernacle but timing became critically important to get in for the tix and I missed on it. The sound for this show was really great, and the playing was just sweet. HT doesn’t need the help, but wow, what great additions Charlie and GE are. Sign em’ up for full time! I wrote more on my site for anyone who gives a s. I would love to have a show recording off of THIS tour.

  8. February 1st, 2011 at 16:07 | #8

    Lycian Center at Sugar Loaf 1/29 WOW!!!!! Absolutely STUNNING show- I was lucky to have 4th row center seats for the sound was incredible! Jorma, Jack, Barry, GE and Scooter were spot on and were very comfortable in this small (700 seat) venue.
    Charlie Musselwhite and Jim Lauderdale are great additions to the band! It’s becoming a “guitar army” up there- how cool!
    Only complaint I had was thay didn’t play Genesis! THANK YOU ALL for a great show.
    See ya’ at Morristown!

  9. February 15th, 2011 at 11:30 | #9

    Yes Sir Jorma it was a very good show indeed at the Lycian.Chrlie and Jim proformed great and put some good tunes on the table for everyone to taste.Plus that 1952 Fender Tele that GE was playing sounded freakin great.Till the next time boys…GODSPEED.
    PS. “HIGHWAY 61 RUNS FROM MY BACKDOOR DOWN TO THE SETTING SUN”
    that is a great line.

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