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Nineteenth Night With CAMI

February 23rd, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

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Last night at the Carolina Theater in Durham was a sizzler. Here is our set list:

CAMI Tour 19
Hot Tuna Blues
Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady
Barry Mitterhoff, Skoota Warner & G.E. Smith
Charlie Musselwhite & Jim Lauderdale
Carolina Theater
Durham, North Carolina
Tuesday, February 22, 2011

First Set Acoustic:
1. Hesitation Blues
2. I’m Free From The Chain Gang Now
3. Second Chances
4. Uncle Sam Blues
5. Nine Pound Hammer
6. Halfway Down with Jim, Jack, GE and Barry
7. Good Together with Jim Lauderdale, GE Smith and the Tuna Boys
8. Alligator Alley
9. Headed For The Hills with Jim, Charlie Musselwhite, GE Smith and the Tuna Boys
10. Sad And Beautiful World with Charlie, Jim, GE, Skoota Warner and the boys
11. Just Because
Second Set Electric:
1. Ode To Billy Dean
2. Corners Without Exits
3. Long Gone From Kentucky with GE
4. Goodbye To The Blues
5. If This Is Love I Want My Money Back
6. If I Should Have Bad Luck with Charlie Musselwhite
7. Where Highway 61 Runs with CM
8. Cristo Redentor with CM
9. Jawbone with Jim Lauderdale and Charlie Musselwhite
10. Come Back Baby with all
11. Encore: Funky #7

I got to hang a little after the show with the great guitaris Will Macfarlane and his son. Good stuff, nothing like friends.

Today is an actual day off… no travel. I’m going to Cracker Barrel.

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  1. tigertwo
    February 23rd, 2011 at 14:31 | #1

    That was really fun. Thanks to all. So glad to have heard CM and GE is a great addition too.

  2. BumpHead
    February 23rd, 2011 at 23:30 | #2

    My brother couldn’t make it so I ended up with some extra tickets. Luckily a few friends including John MacFarlane were able to take advantage of the the extras. This version of Hot Tuna with Charlie Musselwhite, Jim Lauderdale, and G.E. Smith really presents an amazing sound! You guys were all in GREAT form! It was my first visit to the Carolina Theatre and from the audience, it reminds me of a miniature of The Beacon in NYC.
    Thanks for really great night.

  3. Brett E
    February 24th, 2011 at 10:08 | #3

    Great show Jorma!! Sizzling…Yup…..’twas that….Incendiary comes to mind too

    You guys WERE on fire, and it sure quickly warmed up Barry, who I think said he was a bit chilly on stage at the beginning of the show. That “chill” clearly did not last long because I thought his playing was just spot on from start to finish. I don’t know how he does it, but he gets such a HUGH sound out of those oh so tiny guitars he plays. Very tasty stuff from Mister Mitterhoff The MASTER of the Mini –geetar. (And yup…..we surely do know all about those little guitars down here)

    K……Other show highlights for me….GE’s “pedal steel” work on Chain Gang and of course all his usual toneful, stinging, tasty licks, Charlie M on the standing ovation worthy Cristo Redentor (Oh my!!!!….had to buy two of his CD’s after the show…..my wife took immediate possession of those…..for now) as well as “Sad and Beautiful World”, Skoota’s drum solo and Jack STOMPING the stage on Funky # 7, (wondering how Jack’s knees have survived that kind of abuse all these years), Jim L “Jawbone” (“Patchwork River” in the car CD player last 2 days……LOVE it Jim)…..

    And The Lester thru the Louis Electric…….You tore it up Jorma!!!! Every…..single….. lick………Was perfect

    Entire acoustic set was pure Bliss for me!! I have been noodling on my own with a few of those tunes you did (Chain Gang, Uncle Sam, Just Because) and so I was taking REAL good notes from Row Q.

    Thank you…Thank you ….Thank you for coming to Durham!!

    Back to the woodshed fer me

    Tuna Team………Enjoy Gator land……and the West coast…and all in between….


  4. Tim
    February 24th, 2011 at 15:05 | #4

    You guys are great – really amazing stuff. I first saw you at Cat’s Cradle two years ago. I’ve been hooked ever since. CM and GE were wonderful additions. Thanks and come back soon.

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