---15 February 2000 --

2000 Index


DATE: 15 February 2000
VENUE/SHOW: Luther Burbank Center
LOCATION: Santa Rosa, California, USA


First set:
  • You Don't Have To Play The Horses
  • When You Give It Away
  • The Trouble With Normal
  • Look How Far
  • Let The Bad Air Out (preceded by commentary on the origin of the song)
  • Down To The Delta
  • Tokyo
  • If I Had A Rocket Launcher
  • Waiting For A Miracle

    Second set:
  • Pacing The Cage
  • Live On My Mind
  • If A Tree Falls
  • End Of All Rivers
  • Isn't That What Friends Are For
  • Mango
  • Night Train
  • Call It Democracy
  • Feast of Fools (preceded by commentary on the medieval feast of fools)
  • Last Night Of The World

    Encore 1:
  • Dialogue With The Devil
  • Wondering Where The Lions Are

    Encore 2:
  • Blueberry Hill
  • All The Diamonds (with Steve Lucas playing dumbek - a middle eastern drum - instead of bass)


    Setlist source & general feedback about the show: John Peregrim, Placerville, CA, who added, "I hope you get a chance to catch this tour down your way at some point, 'cause Bruce is playing superbly, pulling out some very interesting older material and really seems to be enjoying himself immensely."

    JCK, who also sent in a setlist with good info about the between-song comments that will be added to the relevant song pages, added, "The show was roughly two and a half hours in length; songs, stories, and wicked guitar work; another great one from Bruce!"

    Another correspondent wrote to the Project to say, "Just returned from seeing Bruce at the Luther Burbank Center in Santa Rosa, Calif. It was a great show and I enjoyed it much. I have been waiting to see him since I first heard "Dancing In The Dragons Jaws" in 1985. I must say it was worth the wait."

    Recording information from John Blair.


    SOURCE: Audience
    QUALITY: Very good (A)

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