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Red Rocks
Denver, Colorado, Sept. 19, 2000

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The Confirmed Set List
  1. Motorcycle Mama
  2. Powderfinger
  3. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
  4. I Believe In You   [electric]
  5. Unknown Legend   [electric]
  6. Fool For Your Love
  7. Buffalo Springfield Again
  8. Razor Love
  9. Daddy Went Walkin'
  10. Peace Of Mind
  11. Walk On
  12. Winterlong
  13. Bad Fog Of Loneliness
  14. Words (Between The Lines Of Age)
  15. Harvest Moon
  16. World On A String
  17. Tonight's The Night   [on piano]
  18. Cowgirl In The Sand
    Second Encore
  19. Mellow My Mind

Red Rocks
Denver, Colorado, Sept. 19, 2000

early report by Jim

A great evening was had by all. Met some Rusties for the soundcheck, but we were booted out about 4:00. A couple of unnamed Rusties tried hiding out in the San-o-Let. Didn't work...

Met some great folks at the RustFest at the Morrison Inn. Those coming to the shows should try to get to the prefest. We chatted with quite a few non-RustListers, from Texas, Nebraka and California.

No setlist changes. Words was awesome. The first ten rows were standing and dancing to the whole set.

Towards the end there were sheets of rain coming down. After the encore of Cowgirl, the lights came on and people were leaving quickly. Lights go back down and Neil comes out and says "It's a miracle!" and the band comes back out into the rain and gets soaked while they launch into Mellow My Mind.

On the way out of the venue, I didn't hear one person disappointed with the song selection. Wednesday night we get to do it again!!!!

Red Rocks
Denver, Colorado, Sept. 19, 2000

review by Scott freeloader Mitchell

GREAT SHOW!! There's nothing like seeing Neil rock in a driving rain, having to dance to keep warm! :)

The start of the show was pretty cool before the rain. The wind was at Neil's back, hair blown down in his face alot. Highlights:

"How ya doin'?"s -- 3, in different variations (e.g., "How ya doin out there?", etc.)

The weather definitely added to the show. Since they were taping the show, they had spots going on the crowd alot, and the lights hitting the rain made for some stunning visuals to go with a great night of music. Good show!


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