Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Work In Radiohead And Bob Dylan Jams In Charleston [Full Audio]

first_imgLast night, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead made their way to The Music Farm in Charleston, SC. The live Dead force comprised of Joe Russo (drums), Scott Metzger (guitar/vocals), Tom Hamilton (guitar/vocals), Marco Benevento (keys) and Dave Dreiwitz (bass) delivered a stellar show to the sellout crowd.The first set was a non-stop series of seamless segues and improvisations, including an extended take on “Viola Lee Blues” (featuring teases of U2‘s “I Will Follow”), a “Shakedown Street” that wove into a “Dancing In The Streets” jam, an incredible “Mr. Charlie” -> “Candyman” segue, a far-out “Uncle John’s Band”, and a multi-part “The Wheel” segment containing a jam on Radiohead‘s “National Anthem” and the band’s first-ever stand-alone “Terrapin Flyer”, which was left out of their “Terrapin Suite” the night before in Nashville.Set two featured top-notch renditions of “Estimated Prophet”, “Saint of Circumstance”, and “Greatest Story Ever Told”. Finally, the band encored with Bob Dylan‘s “Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You” -> “Not Fade Away”, which flowed into an “Iko Iko” jam before finishing strong with a “Not Fade Away” reprise.You can listen to full audio of the performance below, uploaded by user chrisdavis:Setlist: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead | The Music Farm | Charleston, SC | 1/13/17Set One: Golden Road To Unlimited Devotion (TH) -> Viola Lee Blues @ (All) -> Shakedown Street (TH) -> Dancin In The Streets Jam # -> Mr Charlie $ (SM) -> Jam -> Candyman (TH) -> Uncle John’s Band % (All) -> The Wheel Jam -> National Anthem Jam ^ -> The Wheel (All) -> Terrapin Flyer & -> The Wheel Reprise (All)Set Two: Loser (TH) -> Estimated Prophet (SM) -> Other One Jam * -> Mississippi Half Step (TH) -> Lost Sailor (SM) -> Saint Of Circumstance (SM), Row Jimmy (TH) -> Greatest Story (SM)Encore: Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You @@ (TH) > Not Fade Away ## (All) -> Iko Iko Jam $$ -> Not Fade Away Reprise %% (All)@ – With an “I Will Follow” (U2) tease (TH)# – First/Second time played. Also happened in the Higher Ground, Winooski, VT 2016-02-14, but was much shorter, so not a stand alone track$ – Proceeded by a Shakedown Street Tease (Band)% – With a Terrapin Flyer Jam (MB)^ – Radiohead Cover, First Time Played by Almost Dead, very short& – First Time Played by Almost Dead as a stand alone version…* – Played in a different [email protected]@ – Not played since Suwannee Hulaween, Live Oak, FL 2015-10-2, a gap of 46 shows## – With a Tennessee Jed Tease$$ – First Time Played by Almost Deadlast_img read more


Walsh his Own man in Hennessy

first_imgRuby Walsh has sprung a minor surprise by opting to ride On His Own over Boston Bob in Sunday’s Hennessy Gold Cup at Leopardstown. Press Association Bookmakers were forced to adjust their odds for the two Willie Mullins-trained runners when Walsh’s name appeared next to the 11-year-old. However, it probably should not have been seen as a shock, as On His Own could be considered a most unlucky Gold Cup runner-up and proved he still had what it takes at the highest level when second in the Lexus to Road To Riches. John Kiely’s Carlingford Lough has just his second start of the season having run an encouraging race in the Lexus when fifth. Frank Berry, racing manager to owner JP McManus, said: “He ran very well in the Lexus and he came out of the race in very good order. John Kiely is very happy with him so we’ll just see how he gets on. “He’s got a bit to find with a few of them that ran in the Lexus, though. He’s probably got it all to do. He might be able to find a couple of lengths but to be honest he was pretty straight going into the Lexus, he’s not had any hold-ups. “If we keep our fingers crossed then you never know what might happen. Hopefully all will go well and he will improve a bit. If he does you’d like to think he’d be fighting it out.” Foxrock arrives in good form having won a valuable handicap for Ted Walsh. ” He’s gone up to 158, there’s not a lot of options for him other than those sort of races,” Walsh said. “It was either this or go to the Bobbyjo at Fairyhouse in a couple of weeks, but Barry (Connell, owner) only lives down the road and you might only get one crack at running in a Hennessy. “He’s entitled to run in it and whether he’s good enough to be in the shake-up, only time will tell. He ran well at Christmas, and as a young horse he was placed in a Grade One. He likes Leopardstown, it’s a great track, one of the finest in the world, very few don’t handle it.” First Lieutenant, the veteran of many big races, runs for Mouse Morris, and his jockey Bryan Cooper expects Carlingford Lough to prove hard to beat. “It looks a wide-open race and the drying ground will be a big help to my fella,” Cooper wrote in his blog for Racing FX. “Whenever he gets decent ground he performs well and I didn’t think he ran that bad in the Lexus, especially seeing as Mouse’s horses weren’t firing at the time. “The one I think we all have to beat, though, is Carlingford Lough. He ran an absolute cracker in the Lexus on his first start of the season. He looks like the dark one in the field for me.” Boston Bob has historically come into his own at this time of year and has some four lengths to make up on his stablemate from their Christmas run. Both horses are owned by Graham Wylie. “There wasn’t a whole pile between them at Christmas, On His Own shaded it,” Walsh told Racing UK. “It’s a competitive race, it should be, and with the exception of Road To Riches and Bobs Worth it will be much the same field that ran in the Lexus with one or two more thrown in.” Mullins expects Boston Bob to strip a bit fitter. “On His Own ran a fantastic race (in the Lexus). I’m really looking forward to him,” he told At The Races. “Boston Bob comes better in the spring and will be a lot straighter than he was in the Lexus, I think, and with the prevailing forecast, drying ground will suit him a lot better.” On not bidding for a third win in the Thyestes with On His Own, Mullins said: “I looked at his run in the Lexus and I thought we have double the prize-money at level weights (in the Hennessy), instead of carrying top weight in the Thyestes. “Then we had Djakadam for the Thyestes and if he was as nicely handicapped as we thought, even carrying top weight, I thought he had to have his chance there.” last_img read more


Clippers roll past Pelicans with help from Jordan

first_img“We were a little sluggish tonight,” Paul said. “You would have expected that in the Spurs game (Monday night) but it caught up with us tonight. You’ve got to push through. “DJ kept telling us, ‘Come on, Come on.’ And we fed off it. I love what DJ’s doing. He’s the cornerstone of our defense, he rolls, he gets everybody open on the offensive end. I tell you, we should be seeing him in New Orleans come February if he keeps playing like that.”That would be for an All-Star appearance for the 6-foot-11 center who was challenged to become a contender for Defensive Player of the Year by Coach Doc Rivers before the season started.“Doc gave me a challenge early on in the summer, it’s something I’ve embraced and it’s fun to take on that challenge that he gave me,” Jordan said. “Our assistant coaches are great teachers and I’m learning every day and every game and I’m trying to improve.“I’m just playing the role he wants me to play. I’m trying to be the best defender I can be for our team. If that happens then it happens but I’m taking on the challenge. It’s definitely a goal of mine (the top defensive player). I don’t want to win it just one time, I want to win it multiple times and it’s a process, and I’m taking my steps to become a better defensive player.” Chris Paul sat down, took a glance at the stat sheet and shook his head.The line that followed DeAndre Jordan’s name held his gaze.“Outstanding,” Paul said. “He was no question the MVP of this game tonight. We don’t win this game without his energy.”Jordan had 14 points, 20 rebounds, five blocked shots, played 43 minutes and made all six of his shots as the Clippers negotiated their way through a flat game to score a 108-95 victory over New Orleans on Wednesday at Staples Center. Blake Griffin had 21 points and 10 rebounds and the Clippers (18-9) didn’t trail after the middle of the first quarter as they won for the 10th time in 12 home games and stretched their modest winning streak to three.It wasn’t as easy as it might have seemed.“I was telling somebody in the locker room I was tired like two minutes into the game,” Griffin said. “I don’t know why, I guess it’s kind of that lag. But it was a good win for us and I was proud of the way we gutted it out.”They picked up defensively where they left off against the Spurs, limiting the Pelicans (11-13) to 39.8-percent shooting from the floor. The Clippers led by as many as 19 points.“We’ve leaned on our defense at times when we needed it and we’ve allowed our defense to get us into our offense and get our offense going,” Griffin said. “There was a stretch tonight where it seemed like we kind of missed a lot of shots in a row, but we stayed in the game and maintained our lead because of our defense.”Jared Dudley had 20 points, Jamal Crawford added 17 and the Clippers got a combined 24 from Darren Collison and Wille Green off the bench. All of that meant a relatively quiet night from Chris Paul, who had 12 points and 11 assists. The Clippers never let the Pelicans to creep back into the game after they took over.“We played pretty flat and maybe this was the day that the (seven-game) trip caught up with us,” Rivers said. “I thought DJ just single-handedly kept us in with his defense and his rebounding and everything else.“I think he understands his role to the point where he accepts it and loves it. He’s become a star in his role and we need him to be a shot blocker, rebounder and a defender. What he’s shown is he’s still going to score by doing all that stuff and he got 14 points because of it.Rivers had the rare opportunity to coach against his son, Austin, for the second time in their NBA careers.“I actually didn’t like it,” Doc Rivers said. “Going against your own son, it’s no fun for you. When he has the ball, as a parent you’re like ‘Don’t get hurt, don’t make a mistake, but turn the ball over.’ It’s tough. I don’t know what parent is going to cheer against his own kid.”The Pelicans also pulled a bit of a surprise by activating Anthony Davis before the game. The star forward was expected to be out for a couple more weeks with a broken hand, but the club activated him just before tipoff.In addition, guard Tyreke Evans also played. Evans was listed as day-to-day with a left ankle sprain. Neither started, but Davis had 24 points and 12 rebounds. He had missed seven games.Ryan Anderson had 17 points and Jrue Holiday added 13 points for New Orleans.center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more



first_imgFormer Donegal GAA star Kevin Cassidy and his brother Stephen have been given community service sentences after admitting their parts in a fight outside a nightclub.The pair appeared in court along with three brothers following the fight outside Voodoo Nightclub in Gaoth Dobhair in August 2008.The court heard the Cassidy and Maguire brothers had taken part in a fight during which part of a man’s ear was bitten off. Garda Sgt Jim Collins said the fight arose after claims that Kevin Cassidy had been assaulted inside the nightclub.When he arrived he found the two times GAA All-Star outside the club with blood coming form his nose.The 30 year old claimed he had been assaulted by two men inside the club.Garda Collins told both Kevin Cassidy and his brother Stephen, 37 to go home.However a few minutes later he witnessed the two Cassidy brothers charge at Shaun, Niall and Michael Maguire.Witnesses revealed how Stephen Cassidy lunged at the head of Shaun Maguire and appear to bite his ear which started to bleed heavily.The court was told that there is still a piece missing from Shaun Maguire’s ear and he has yet to decide if he wants to have surgery on it.The court was told there was a certain background to the feud between the rival groups but that they had not come to the attention of the Gardai since the incident in 2008.Judge John O’Hagan interrupted proceedings and said he had decided what he had planned to do in the matter.He said the matter was four years old now and he hoped both parties had matured somewhat and would stay out of eachother’s way.He said he planned to give all men community service orders instead of sending them to jail.He sentenced Stephen Cassidy of Upper Brinaleck, Gweedore to 240 hours community service in lieu of one year in prison for assault.His brother Kevin of Coteen, Derrybeg was sentenced to 180 hours in lieu of six months in prison for causing an affray.Shaun Maguire, 28, of Ardsbeg, Gortahork was sentenced to 50 hours community service in lieu of one month in prison for a charge under the Public Order Act.His brother Michael Maguire, 21, was sentenced to 180 hours community service in lieu of six months in jail for causing an affray.Another brother Niall Maguire was sentenced to 180 hours community service in lieu of six months in prison.Judge John O’Hagan said he noted that all were footballers and said he hope “Donegal football doesn’t lose out the next time.”GAA STAR CASSIDY AMONG FIVE MEN GIVEN COMMUNITY SERVICE FOR NIGHTCLUB FIGHT was last modified: July 12th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more