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Dave Matthews Band
July 31, 2010
Cruzan Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach, FL

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User: 20vmki
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I only go to WPB, this was the best one yet.

User: 420mark420
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GREAT show!! Cortez killed it... 2012 and waiting!

User: AbSoLuT DMB
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Cortez Cortez

User: acohen5
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Out of my 8 shows this summer so far, this one was definitely the best, not to mention probably the most memorable show i have ever been too. I have been talking with my friends since i got the tickets saying I would see Cortez the Killer and i will cry when i see it. When Warren started playing the opening riff i literally shed a tear. Not to mention i could not believe i saw The Last Stop! Neither songs had been played full band since 06. Such an incredible show!!

User: ambahz
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I got engaged at this show! :)

User: amznazn
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Only my third show ever but easily the best set I have ever heard.

User: antinseattle
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CORTEZ THE KILLER!!!!!!!!!!! SWEET SWEET SHOW!!!!!!!!!!!

2nd best show in past 5 years....

User: APAD27
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Great version of the Last Stop, great version of Cortez w/ Government Mule, great encore, GREAT SHOW. My favorite w/end at the Cruzan!!!

User: ATLinthePARK
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Wow! Great show and energy! We were excited for our first WPB shows and were not disappointed either night. Can't believe we got to hear Last Stop and Cortez The Killer! Look forward to seeing everybody in 2012!!!

User: Austco5231
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I had been planning to go to this show for like 5 months and I was looking forward to this show more than any other show I'd ever been to! My girlfriend Amanda and I went on vacation to Hollywood (Ft. Lauderdale) and she agreed to go to 1 of the 2 shows at WPB, which I knew it would have to be Night 2. Cortez the Killer with Warren Haynes (at Central Park) has always been one of my favorites. When I saw that this was the last show that Govt Mule was opening for DMB that summer, all i was thinking about was seeing Cortez, I knew he would play it. Also, the fact that this was the last show of the first leg of the summer tour, I expected it to be a great one. Not only did I get to see CORTEZ THE KILLER with Warren Haynes, but DMB brought back THE LAST STOP for the first time in over 1400 days! This had to be the best show I have ever been to, it can't get much better than that!!!

User: awclark3
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Epic

User: bknapp4dave
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Good show. Good second night

User: Blu-Monkey
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great show!!!!

User: BOB_Live
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Holy shit.... That is all

User: Bourbon & Blue
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2nd night Palm Beach in one of the best 2 night stands in band history. The Last Stop. Cortez. Boyd absolutely killed LIOG. Sat dead center in Warehouse preferred lawn and actually had better view than the night before in our seats. Went with Jessica, Chris, Erin and Courtney. Rates among the best performances of my 30 to date as far as energy and setlist surprises. Not too mention the best company ever!

User: brew10
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Last Fucking Stop!!! Oh and Warehouse and the Stone opener. Awesome show, amazing weekend. Great way to end my DMB 2010.

User: bushh
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Amazing, Epic, Fantastic

User: bustdstuff
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Everything about this show was unreal. I only wish they reprised LIOG.

User: b_dubs83
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Great end to week in Florida.

User: C cup
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mind blowing! maybe best show ever

User: Captain32
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First WPB show and definitely coming back. Great crowd and fantastic setlist. Cortez the Killer with Warren Haynes was a great highlight, Last Stop was unexpected and you cannot help dancing your ass off when they do the Sexy Motherfucker interpolation. Also loving all the brass. They need to keep inviting Lasim Richards back. It really does take 3 people to fill one mans shoes.

User: chriswalton2
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OMG

User: chuckpower
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Dammit, every year at wpb i think itll never get than the last....then last stop and cortez trumps em all!

User: CyndiQ
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Still amazing!

User: damonk420
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Hands down the best!!! I drove from indiana and not disappopinted at all. Wonder why he waited so long to play blackjack

User: dandydmb
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SOOOOO sick!!! he played Cortex the Killer <3 <3!

User: defrasier
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Cortez, and Needle. Epic. Warren killed Cortez.

User: DemonDeacon27
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Best show Ive seen

User: dkaralek
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Tailgate was sick! But the 1st night was ill! Still an awesome show though!

User: DMB4Lifer
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Awesome show! Cortez was incredible w/ Warren and Last Stop was great too. Love the new versions Groogrux tunes.

User: dmbajg
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Great Show!

User: dmbboss
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Absolutely incredible show. They killed it.

User: DMBDMB4ever
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Awesomeness!!! Two Step intro was magical...

User: DMBTWIN31
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This was the best show I have ever seen and this is about my 21st one....all that needs to be said is Cortez and Last Stop!!!!

User: Dreaming Jimi
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This weekend is proof Dave and the band like West Palm Beach better than any other venue.

User: dwestonod
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What a way to leave us til 2012! Dave did NOT disappoint! Definitely in my Top 3 based on both setlist & performance. The adition of Warren Haynes & Cortex the Killer was tops!!

User: eggneef
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Loved Two Step - what a treat!

User: elmachobaracho
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seeing shows from 2002 - 2014 and this was def. the best of them all. Warren kills it on Cortez. great overall set, but I'll never forget the shock of seeing Last Stop busted out MID-SET OUTTA NO WHERES. freakin floored me with both the surprise and the performance

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simply awesome show

User: erinh84
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Cortez with Warren....best moment ever!

User: fashoda1scoot
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Best show I"ve seen

User: FireDancer843
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WOW WHAT A WEEKEND!! Still shocked over no Stand Up or Everyday songs... Nothing will fill the void of no tour next summer. Thanks for a great summer!

User: fishguts621
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Ah loved Blackjack.

User: flipster
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THE BEST SHOW EVER!!!!!!!

User: fsuwharf
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4 grams of chocolate hyrdo mushrooms and my favorite band in the world makes this a top 5 show for me

User: goldrif
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great drum solo for Two stop encour. Cortez the killer with Warren Haines was the best!

User: green94
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Stone opener... with Warehouse and Cortez jammed in the middle... sprinkle in LAST STOP (Holy Shit!) and end with LIOG/Jimi/Two Step.

Unbelievable night, surpassed WPB N2 last year which I didn't think could be done after Halloween.

Awesome show.

User: greybart41
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Fanfuckingtastic!!!!!! Best show I saw all summer. Last Stop? Cortez? Started back on the Kool-Aid after this show! Great performance!

User: griffd2004
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Wow, great show, cant wait to download it. Loved the set, loved the energy, loved Warren Haynes.

User: GruGrux420
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Amazing show.... My brother took me to see the show! He wanted to take me because he is a HUGE Dave fan and I was the one who turned him on to DMB. He is an encyclopedia for DMB and I am now back into DMB... and so is my daughter. Thank you Bro!!!!

User: hazeman
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Blkjack!

User: jag07k
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AMAZING! Insane energy from Dave and everyone in the band especially the last half of the set.

User: JeffFischer
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Another knock-out show -- including The Last Stop and a great LIOG Boyd jam.

User: jennjami
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Great concert loved Cortez the killer!

User: johnnie5
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Amazing show! I have seen these guys almost 20 times now and they never seem to disappoint. Thanks Warehouse for the great seats.

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Tailgating, fun fun, much better weather than the evening prior. I was able to catch all of Mule’s set. Timmy and Boyd came out on one song, then Jeff and Rashawn on the next. And their essentially eponymous song Mule closed out the opening set. They were definitely the best DMB opener I’d ever seen; I don’t see why they aren’t on their own headlining tour right now. One notable thing about a little line that Warren said- “This is the Last Stop of the tour, so you never know what’s gonna happen.” At first, I figured he meant he would come guest on Cortez, but I didn’t even consider his word choice- not the “final show” or the “ultimate gig.” The LAST STOP. I remembered his exact word choice later in the evening. Read on.

Section 4 began to fill up, and finally the lights went down. Based on the wait time last night, I didn’t get too excited. Dave comes out, walks around the lip of the stage as he did the night prior, and the band gets ready. The anticipation after last night’s strong set was heavy in the air as Dave began picking a too familiar tune. Arguably the best consistent opener, The Stone starts heavy and dark, and ends soft and beautiful. The crowd chimed in for the Fools outro, and the end jam seemed longer than usual, almost fading away before the blast back that ends the song with high energy. For night 1, the two spot was held by DDTW- a good song that isn’t much of a surprise. Night 2 brought a great song that is a surprise- Warehouse. No “woo,” but the UTTAD intro with lyrics, as they’ve been doing this tour. Fenton really got a chance to shine, as the salsa jam took place and my favorite 30 seconds of DMB occurred- “that’s my bloooooood down there...;” Fenton covered the stage in light, beautifully backlighting the septet of marvelous musicians with brightly colored spots. Two of my top 10 are out of the way after two songs, let’s see what’s next. A Fonz bass solo had us guessing an early Crush, but it turned into another performance of Funny. Tim sounds good on it, but there’s no need to play it at every venue. At least we only got it once. Stay or Leave next, where Dave got to wail so beautifully. Spaceman next, a grooving tune, but putting the setlist on an awkward turn, after a high energy start, mellowing out. LITHOG came next. It didn’t go over so well among casual fans around me, and even I wasn’t wild about the beginning, but the jam was coming soon, and Jeff killed. He rocked out harder than he had all weekend, brining a nice pick me up to a mellow previous 15 minutes. I wanted a classic next, but SMLAM popped up. For the first time in my DMB history, I took a piss break. I really had to go. I’ve seen SMLAM 5 times in the past year. I didn’t need to hear it again. Not complaining, but I can’t tell you how the song was. I got back to my seat during the last breakdown. After the song, I see Dave pick up the gryphon. I get excited, telling my seat partner that maybe Squirm or Idea of You is next. I had literally no idea what was coming.

Absolutely the most exciting moment of my concert life, the next song was unreal. I could not believe my ears as I heard the opening chords to The Last Stop. No prelude, straight into the part where Dave says “This is great y’all” on LT1. Just thinking about it makes me shiver. This wasn’t a fake or a tease- we knew this was the real thing. I was acting like a schoolgirl and some more casual fans around me didn’t get it; I didn’t care. Rashawn added a whole extra level to the song, as he did in 06, really filling it out. It didn’t sound like it was the first time they’d played it in 4 years, and I’m sure it wasn’t. The thought crossed my mind once how Ants’ server had probably crashed right about now. I closed my eyes and soaked up the music. It doesn’t get better than this. Much like The Stone and Warehouse, that start intense and heavy, The Last Stop seamlessly segues into a beautiful end jam (“Come in from the cold for a while...”). I was smiling bigger than I could remember smiling. There was no place I would rather be at that moment. It was perfect.

Yeah, Last Stop gets its own paragraph.

A flawless segue took us into Proudest Monkey, a pretty little song that gets rocked out hard by Tim. I think it sounds better recently than it has in years, maybe ever. Satellite of course comes next, and I love it. Dave begins talking about Government Mule, and brings out Warren. The tech is doing something with a microphone, and he brings it to Warren. Warren says merely “heh-heh” into the mic, and we explode. It has to be Cortez. What else would Warren need a mic for? And of course, it is. Probably its only play this year. Warren shreds away, Dave and Warren trading verses, it’s a pleasure to hear. Good, hard, rock and roll. The jam goes on with direction, and ends on a good note- I love how Warren ends jams, faking out the ending then continuing to play- like climbing mountains, coming over and crashing back down in a musical explosion, only to finally finish traversing his musical mountainous journey. Next, spotlight on Dave, and he strums some chords that belong, as we all know, to Lie in our Graves. He does almost the entire first verse alone, then Carter comes in, then the whole band. The jam is great, and I’m ready for the reprise, when Carter keeps going, and although no online setlists say it (like my Lasim dilemma from N1), I swear it was a direct transition into Cornbread. A fun little ditty- forget the haters. Another Black Jack. This song is only getting better- even from last night. You don’t give up, you don’t survive! Dave thanks us for the weekend, and goes into Stay. I love the end to Stay, how it builds in energy from the fun beginning to the electric ending. When they don’t go off the stage after Stay, it looks like we get an extra treat! Dave thanks us again, and begins Jimi. Ants trashes it as an opener, but I don’t see the problem. I always say I’m tired of Jimi when I hear the opening chords, but by the time the words start, I get so into it; I love hearing it live. We start singing the first verse, the whole crowd booming loud, but Dave starts in later- a bit confusing, as the whole crowd was already to “what I need is all around me” when Dave started the first lyrics. We go back to where he is (he’s the boss...) and keep singing. Lasim adds a lot here too- the brass sounds good tonight. I love the scat and I love the Sexy MF. Good way to close out a set, despite what people say.

I move down to right behind the soundboard- about 10 rows up and from Roi’s side to center- for the encore. After telling us the band will take a year off, but will be back in 2 years, Dave tells us that he plays this next song for many reasons, but one is for his late friend LeRoi Moore. I get excited that I’m about to hear my first Baby Blue, thus completing BWGK live for me! But he starts playing something else- Needle- another Neil Young cover. I wasn’t aware Roi was connected to the song, and knowing he was doesn’t make me like it that much more. If there’s going to be a Dave solo encore song, there are many others I’d rather hear. I’m just not wild about this one. But it’s brief, and in 3 minutes, the band came back out. Dave thanks us one last time for the weekend, and Boyd starts picking a violin. There isn’t a better way to close a show than with Two Step. I’m still not that fond of the Time Bomb intro lyrics (it’s just lazy, when Dave has written incredible intros like Piedmont 07 and Outside Lands Fest last year), but musically, the intro is top notch- “I wanna believe in Jesus, I wanna believe in Jesus, I wanna believe in Jesuuuuuuuuus” elevates to a scream that nearly defines Dave. The song, my favorite, is sharp, and the jam is always bright. Carter’s solo never ceases to impress, and when the band comes back in after the solo, everything goes crazy. The place is off the hook. Dave puts his guitar down, and instead of finishing the song on the last note, the band sans Dave goes into the sick overflow outro, while Dave dances to close out the evening and the weekend.

My first trip to WPB was a very, very good one. I was lucky to see 15 songs I’d never seen before, including some of my favorites, like BOWA, Good Good Time, Lie in our Graves, and Warehouse. DMB clearly loves the venue, with good reason- the crowd was very alive both nights, and we reciprocated all the energy that the band put out.

This weekend has reminded me that months of watching setlists and talking in tour threads, even watching live streams, does not compare to seeing a show. DMB is a live band, and while we may not love every decision they make, they are a phenomenal band. They are my favorite band, and if you’re still reading this, they’re clearly one of your favorites too. Instead of complaining about Cornbread repeats, let’s rejoice in the fact that they still have a midset Last Stop in them. Let’s be thankful that they can bring Warren Haynes and Tim Reynolds together to jam on a Neil Young song. Let’s be thankful that 35 different songs occupied 37 slots over two nights. Let’s be thankful that Dave entertains between songs, telling stories, dancing, and always giving his all. Let’s be thankful that this band is still around and we are all so lucky to see them. I bet every Grateful Dead fan who grew tired of Jerry singing “One More Saturday Night” on every Saturday night would give almost anything to see him one more time; we are so lucky that our band is still alive and performing- let’s enjoy seeing them.

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Absolute best show ever seen! Cortez was killer!

User: jwkxyz
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Nice, long set. First time seeing Cortez, so that was fun. I thought the energy / chemistry was a little off, although there were certainly plenty of great moments.

User: klaasmj
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Fulfilled a life long dream to be front row at a DMB concert. Unforgettable experience and a great setlist.

User: landop1027
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Last stop was sick, enough said

User: lenn
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Cortez the Killer with Warren rocked!!!
Great Jimi thing, The Last Stop
Very high energy show, long jams for almost every song.

User: littlepayton35
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graves,cortez,last stop...wow never seen so much energy out of the band, esp boyd throughout the show and dave at the end of two step

User: Logan24
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absolutely mind blowing

User: made2heal
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Was seated near some cool die hards and a fellow warehouser that I met in 1999 when it begain. We were reunited 11 years later. Pretty dang cool to see The Last Stop exploding onto the scene from out of thin air like that. And I really did like the Little Red Bird from N1.

User: mdunderthetable
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Best show of the summer so far. Front row in the pit was awesome. Dave signed my tour book before Two Step!

User: mhouse
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6/Q/31

User: Michelle Payne
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Beautiful night! Warren Hayes!!

User: mikefxr
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Amazing, Simply Amazing

User: mizzle73
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This was the best show I have seen yet. Cortez was awesome!!

User: mmadara
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Best show of the tour (so far)!!!!!

User: Mr Mojo Risin
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Another great show! Last Stop midset-seemed surreal. Warren shreds! Will miss them next year!

User: NewPants
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That setlist was incredible. I would start picking favorites but all of them were just so ridiculously amazing...wow. The stone..last stop, warehouse, two step,just wow.

User: nsnow18
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Easily the best night of my life, between the brew the bud and the best fans in the world it definitely was a night to remember! every song was badass, he played Cortez and some lady was crying behind me cus she said shes waited 20 years to hear it live, damn. Amazing night all in all!

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Cortez the Killer w/ Warren Haynes. What more can you say.

User: PNP padowan
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fucking awesome show. last stop and lying in the hands of god were ridiculous. by the way, that was not a 40 tease, and i had to type this 5 times because your text box does not allow single quotes. wtf.

User: Psirix
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Night #2 - the day after we got married! My wife loved the Two Step closer. It was her second show ever. Great show and set list. We loved it. First time seeing Cortez live. We cannot wait until Dallas.

User: Riley420
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A great night spoiled by f-cking idiots sitting all around me. I wish I could say I enjoyed anything, but I was too busy keeping my kids away from the fights breaking out.

A shame...I really would have liked to enjoy some of these amazing songs. They played 3 of my all time favorites (LIOG, Last Stop and The Stone)and I could really only get into one of them.

Here's to hoping a torrent is up soon!

User: rjalbright
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Great show, with The Stone, Last Stop, LIOG, and Cortez being a few of the hightlights. And a great closer in Two Step.

User: Rogue
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Now I believe the hype, N2 at WPB is greatness. It is light years better than N1 this year.

OK, we were stuck on the lawn for N2...and the lawn crowd was pretty bad.
Lots of folks bring their own chairs and picnic stuff...I swear you could carry a bazooka into Cruzan.

Tim and Boyd, and later Rashawn and Jeff, joined in with Gov't Mule. I enjoyed their set.

The band got started about 8:30...Carter was in a #5 UVA jersey.

Stone - mellow grooviness to open a show. Can't Help Falling In Love interp by the horn section. Dark storm clouds are ominous in the sky, folks are wearing prophylactic ponchos.

Warehouse - Again no space for "Woo"s from the crowd, great energy song and we are offff and running. Big screens at back of pavilion started being glitchy, no worries. Beer vendor with the whistle though...I have a whole rant about that.

Funny The Way It Is - standard 2010 version

Stay or Leave - I never tire of this song. Good crowd singing along tonight...well good in that they knew the words. But drunk and off key badly.

Spaceman - not my favorite, but it keeps evolving and getting better. The crowd seemed to dig it pretty well.

LITHOG - Guy in front of me keeps yelling "Cornbread" a'la the man at the back of the bar who always wants you to "Play some Skynyrd, maaaaan!"
Long mellow sax soloes that turned hot and jazzy at times. Jeff was on it tonight, he didn't do that weird honking thing or any shriek-y stuff that didn't belong in the song...excellent version.

SMLAM - Dancy feel good tune and the WPB'ers responded.

Last Stop - Yup, this show just went from good to great! This was on my (and probably lots of others') secret wish list and it did not disappoint at all. Was it on your setlist picks? Killer LS!

Proudest Monkey - Very good, sometimes the people around are so loud that it makes you want to be right next to a speaker. Sometimes the song is so good it makes you want to crawl into a speaker. Sometimes you get both. The sound at WPB is awesome, but the volume could be turned up just a skosh. Or 2. Maybe my hearing ain't what it used to be after a war and so many concerts.

Satellite - Awwwww, nice.

CTK - With Warren Haynes! Show has now gone from good-to-great-to-fuckinawesomecanyoubelievethisshit! Warren 1st verse, Dave 2nd verse. I sounded like I was at a Pentecostal service during this song.
"Hell yeah!" "Scheeee-oooooooh!" "Good God did you hear that?!" "Sweet Mother of God that is awesome!" We suspected it was building up to this all week, right? The guy with the CORTEZ sign up front sure did. I'm gonna go ahead and rub it in that I saw the last CTK at the Xmas Jam in '06 too. This one is about as great a piece of music as I've ever heard live. I can't say enough how good this was.

LIOG - How do you follow CTK like that?! Like this! TR scratched down his strings like he does in the acoustic version a drum part - I love it! BT played a long soulful solo. See, he plays the violin sometimes and he's pretty good too. You should check him out some time. TR's play late in the song was almost a cross between finger-picking and classical guitar sound. Is he amazing or what?

Cornbread - The guy in front of me got his wish! He danced with abandon too. Like a cross between Snoopy and a Hippie Chick without rhythm or purpose. DM opened with some trrrrrilling scat, these WPB people love them some Cornbread I tell ya. Dave is going to hurt himself with that softshoe dance one of these days. After CB he introduced most of the band.

Black Jack - This song kicks serious ass. RR plays 2 different horns, not at the same time, but he does hold them both so he can switch between them quickly. Dave seems to sing to RR...somehow this is Rashawn's song.
The more I hear it the more I like it.

Stay - Dave faked us out again..."thank you very much for coming out this eeeeevening" or something like that like it's the last song of the set. Great song near the end of a show though.

Jimi Thing - Sexy mf outro

Encore:
Needle and the Damage Done - Dave mentioned that this song always reminds him of LeRoi. It's a tribute to Neil Young tonight. All that's missing is After the Goldrush.

Two Step - Timebomb intro lyrics, "...that we might last 10 billion years or more..." Strong finish for sure!

The Ants after party was great again, thanks for all the work that goes into doing that for us!

OK, the whole WPB trip was cool, PGA is a swanky resort and the N2 show blew me away. Highlights for sure are Last Stop, Black Jack, and Cortez the Killer. I bet the tapes of this are amazing.

So this show was the best of the 3 Florida shows for sure.
And when it's all said and done I still say Tampa 2010 > WPB N1 2010, for my ears at least.

N2 was a long show time-wise and none of the songs had that short, chopped sound that some have had in the shows with 20-22 songs.

Mmmmm mmmm good.
Next stops for me are Dallas and Boise.
Enjoy the shows, y'all!

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User: Seminole9
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cortez!!!!

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Really fun set. Great to see the return of Last Stop and Cortez the Killer. Two Step outro was killer

User: senorcat30
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Amazing

User: sethmoski
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Absolutely amazing... The Stone > Warehouse was a solid opening and it was good times from there! The Last Stop and Cortez with Warren completely blew my mind... Ill definitely be missing them next year!

User: shaggydog
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My second favorite show all time. Cortez rocked. Please do not let this be my last show, but if it is, what a way to go. If DMB is ever back in WPB, so am I. I am hooked to WPB forever.

User: Snook32
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Cortez, need I say more?

User: stayorleave27
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My very first DMB show! Absolutely loved it even though I wasn't as big of a fan as I am now. Only reflecting back a few years later do I realize how lucky I was to get The Stone as an opener, The Last Stop in general... and Cortez with Warren Haynes! Very solid set list with some personal favorites (Stay or Leave haha) being played. Great venue with a knowledgeable group of fans as well!

User: sternbe
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amazing show!

User: straightballin1
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naw' mean? Good to get last stop at my last show till they start back. Hopefully sooner, then later

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Kudos to joshizzle3 for one of the most well-written reviews. Rather astute all the way around, and as I am an enormous fan of both DMB and The Dead (and the Counting Crows who occasionally have an off-night), I particularly enjoyed this comment:

I bet every Grateful Dead fan who grew tired of Jerry singing “One More Saturday Night” on every Saturday night would give almost anything to see him one more time; we are so lucky that our band is still alive and performing- let’s enjoy seeing them.

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User: swart003
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wow last stop and cortez

User: Swilkes27
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I lost my mind when they played Cortez The Killer.... you have no idea.... hearing that live was unbelieveable, incredible, other-worldly.... and it was perfect! I was screaming out everyword! To me, THAT was the Rarest Song they played that night! They had never played Cortez at this location before (to my knowledge).

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Lots of great instrumentals, but i really wish i had all the old good ones played on the first night.

User: TBolts712
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Cortez, cortez! Fantastic cap to a few days in WPB. Had pretty high expectations and a few treats a night made the trip from PA worthwhile. Will be at WPB again!!!!

User: tcollis
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Amazing shoe. Two step was unreal! Coiuld have zstayed all night.

User: trippinggreyst
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Best. Show. Ever!!!!
They played for 3 fabulous hours! It Was incredible...I
never wanted it to end!

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Sickk!

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Not sure it can get any better then this. Glad I made the trip from Ohio. Love the Neil Young songs! Never thought I would be lucky enough to hear Cortez live, but then throw Warehouse, LITHOG, Needle, and LAST STOP in the mix and life is good.

User: VusiEverydayMSG
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OMG! Last Stop!

User: WIWIWING
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Incredible... the set list was amazing but it does no justice! every song was unbelievable!!!!

User: wlees@ymail.com
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Couple interesting choices in Cortez & BlackJack. Jimi was great...

User: zaak
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amazing show... maybe i shouldn't of eaten those mushrooms tho?

User: Ziggy8342
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BEST SHOW EVER!!!!! LAST STOP AND CORTEZ THE KILLER!!! WOOOOOOOOO. If I heard correctly DMB will be back, as Dave mentioned he wanted everyone to come back and see them after the break. Jake V is right WPB is def one of the best to see DMB in the WORLD!!!!


   


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