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Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Seldom Scene, two great shows from 1993 (SBD)

Here are two very nice bluegrass shows from the Seldom Scene.  If you like bluegrass this should hit the sweet spot for you. 
Seldom Scene
Booker T. Washington Center
Disc One:

sittin on top of the world
railroad line,
hickory wind
dobro inst.(house of the rising sun) 
working on a building
she's more to be pitted
the smell of cheap whiskey & the sound of goodbye
lord have mercy on my soul
sweet Georgia rose,
old train
deep dark brave,
train 45
wait a minute, 
highway of pain
I know you rider,
fly like eagles 
another lonesome morning
will the circle be unbroken
Seldom Scene
Dahlonega Bluegrass Festival
Blackburn Park Campground
Dahlonega, Ga.
June 26, 1993
Early and Late shows
Early Show: 
Darlin' Let Me Be Your Friend
The Weary Pilgrim
Song Intro
Bring Mary Home
The Pan-American
Muddy Waters
Remington Ride
House Of Gold
Hello Mary Lou
Lord Have Mercy On My Soul
Late Show:
I Haven't Got The Right To Love You
Like I Used To Do
Walk Through This World With Me
Will You Be Ready To Go Home
Wait A Minute
Long Black Veil
I Know You Rider
Out Among The Stars 
John Duffey
Mike Auldridge
Ben Eldridge
T. Michael Coleman
John Starling
This is missing a song called "And On Bass" and some stage banter and crowd noise.
So it appears to have been edited to fit on one CD. 

1 comment:

  1. I had this Booker T. Washington show on cassette years ago, but I understood it to be from Ziggy's in Winston Salem, NC. I was at that show and the setlists match. Do you have any info on the Booker T Washing Center?

    Thanks for posting these gems!