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The Dixie Dregs
January 10, 2003
The Catalyst
Santa Cruz, California, USA

Excellent sounding soundboard Dat master. Thanks in advance for any help with the setlist.

CD1 - 47:19
101 [01:29] tune ups
102 [04:23] announcer intro > ??
103 [04:28] ??
104 [07:23] ??
105 [07:07] ??
106 [04:47] talk
107 [05:30] ??
108 [07:51] ??
109 [04:21] ??

CD2 - 47:26
201 [06:53] ??
202 [13:19] Shapes Of Things
203 [07:10] ??
204 [06:48] ??
205 [02:45] band intros > encore break
206 [05:12] ??
207 [03:55] ??
208 [01:24] final thanks and applause

Steve Morse - guitar
Rod Morgenstein - drums
T Lavitz - keyboards
Dave LaRue - bass
Jerry Goodman - violin

Lineage: Monitor soundboard mix > Sony TCD-D10 Pro > DAT master.
Transfer: Panasonic SV-3700 (digital output) > Macintosh with Digidesign Audiomedia III card > Pro Tools (minor "nip & tuck" edits, normalization & tracking) > AIFF > xACT (level 8 files with sector boundaries verified).
Note: This is tracked to fit on audio CD's but will play seamlessly through the entire show.
Enjoy and SHARE!

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Found this setlist on an EDGE post:


cd1
01 Tuneups
02 Take It Off The Top
03 Sleeveless In Seattle
04 Justice
05 Odyssey
06 Talking
07 Kat Food
08 The Hereafter
09 Good Intentions

cd2
01 Brick Chicken
02 Shapes Of Things
03 The Bash
04 Cruise Control
05 Band Intros
06 Meeting Of The Spirits
07 Bloodsucking Leeches
08 Talking
 

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Thank you Jericho! I've added to my own linear notes now. :)

Before putting anything up I check Edge's posts at TUBE, this must be a much older post dating back before the changeover, or may have just overlooked it (?).

I try to avoid redundancy with anything I put up. Most certainly if there are valid links that remain available.
 

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this must be a much older post dating back before the changeover, or may have just overlooked it (?).
Hey Scottie; it was an old post, took some Google to find it in a list of links on his TUBE page. I have no idea if his link is still active-- was just excited to find a set list.

Thanks again, the Dixie Dregs are amazing.
 
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