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Martin Barre & Band -
Jammin Java, Vienna, VA
December 6, 2015


Lostbrook 2.0 Volume 132

Source: Church Audio CAFS>CA-9200>Sony M10(24/48)
Location: 6' from stage, DFC

Transfer: Sony M10>Micro SDHC>PC>Sound Forge 10>WAV 16/44.1>
Trader's Little Helper>FLAC(level 8)

Taper/Transfer/Notes: Lostbrook
Covers: ethiessen1

Disc 1:

01 To Cry You A Song (4:53)
02 Minstrel In The Gallery (4:29)
03 Steal Your Heart Away * (6:55)
04 Back To Steel (5:35)
05 Eleanor Rigby # (4:10)
06 Thick As A Brick (excerpt)/Band Intros (10:04)
07 Love Is Why You Came Here % (4:10)
08 Sweet Dream (4:17)
09 Thorazine Shuffle $ (8:58)
10 Bad Man (5:31)
11 Blackest Eyes @ (5:31)

Disc 2:

12 A Moment Of Madness (3:51)
13 A Song for Jeffrey (4:59)
14 Crossroads ^ (4:01)
15 Rock Me Baby + (5:07)
16 Teacher (5:58)
17 Fat Man (4:27)
18 A New Day Yesterday (10:17)

Encore:

19 Still Loving You Tonight (5:17)
20 Locomotive Breath (6:20)

* Bobby Parker cover
# Beatles cover
% Unreleased
$ Gov't Mule cover
@ Porcupine Tree cover
^ Robert Johnson cover
+ B.B. King cover

Martin Barre - guitars, mandolin
Dan Crisp - vocals, guitars, bass (t10)
Alan Thomson - bass, vocals, slide guitar (t10)
George Lindsay - drums


After the luxury of watching Martin Barre perform three times in 23 days, I can easily say that this was the most enjoyable experience, mostly due to the fact that the first two shows were limited to approximately one hour each. Also, as you can see above, there were several surprises in this set. Jammin Java was packed with a very enthusiastic crowd - there was excitement in the air during the opening act as Martin watched from the lobby and greeted numerous fans. (I couldn't resist a Cruise to the Edge reference myself.) It was obvious Martin Barre and the band fed off this energy during the show. It was a blistering performance which I was able to enjoy from very close to the stage, a position I would normally avoid. Jammin Java has two speakers in each suspended stack, one is straight, and the other angles in towards the front tables. I was literally immersed in the sound field, and you will be too. Play it loud!


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