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    • CommentAuthorbuckheart
    • CommentTimeFeb 22nd 2017
     
    Who is up for this one. A few friends are coming up from Long Island. I'll be coming down from Albany. Staying over at the Marriott.
    • CommentAuthorBob
    • CommentTimeFeb 23rd 2017
     
    See you all Saturday. Call your friends, family even folks you may not like. Let's fill the joint, no excuses, it's a Saturday night.
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    Doing our best.

    See you all there!
    • CommentAuthorcd2go
    • CommentTimeFeb 23rd 2017
     
    Planning on being there gotta grab tix. Reckless, did you guys grab the table yet? If not I'll be there early let me know!
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    No we didn't get the table yet. You'll reserve it?
    • CommentAuthorcd2go
    • CommentTimeFeb 24th 2017
     
    Sure--I think there are 2 tables in front of the pole, one behind...grab them all?
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    Yeah, that would be great. We have a couple joining us and two friends from work say they're coming.
    • CommentAuthorbuckheart
    • CommentTimeFeb 24th 2017
     
    Some friends coming up from Long Island. They said around 8 people. See ya'll there.
    • CommentAuthoravsharp
    • CommentTimeFeb 24th 2017
     
    Big crowd coming in from Danbury CT :)
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    Sweet avsharp...it would be great to pack this place.

    Me and CD2Go will be taping at the one table with a pole running beside it. Stop by and say hello~
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    So CD, We'll arrive around 7:00. You'll reserve the tables earlier, correct? .....and thanks.
    • CommentAuthorcd2go
    • CommentTimeFeb 25th 2017
     
    Roger that Reckless. I always get the 5:30 reservation so we'll be there around then.
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    Thanks.
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    American Dream - new song
    Heaven In You
    Sioux City Gypsy
    My Sweet Dolly
    Now You're Gone
    Bobby Weeks
    Hurricane
    Lies I've Told *
    Music's Only Outlaw *

    Take This Time
    Moonlight - new song
    No Future Together *
    The Loner *
    Tennessee *
    Abilene *
    Fussin' & Fightin' *
    Two Wild Hearts *
    Turn The Light Off *
    Purple Rain

    ....all on acoustic in the middle of the crowd a Bad Bad Leroy Brown *

    * with Jeremy Wall on Saxophone
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    CD2Go dammit, I forgot to give you the jerky! That little recorder did a great job, thanks for the clamp. Were you also in the board?
    • CommentAuthorcd2go
    • CommentTimeFeb 26th 2017
     
    Ah, crap I wanted to taste it too! Apologies I didn't find you for a proper goodbye, hope the ride home was smoother than the monsoon coming in. Fun show all around great seeing everyone out and the biggest Yarn Crier crowd yet. My board patch was too distorted but both my audience sources sound great working on it now...
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    Listening to a Facebook live now. Can't wait for the recordings to get up.

    Two new songs!
    • CommentAuthorbuckheart
    • CommentTimeFeb 26th 2017
     
    cd2go and Reckless. Give us a heads up when the recordings hit archive. I want to hear those new songs again. Reckless Thanks for the Jerky and the inspiration. See you at the Parish House.
    • CommentAuthorearlbny
    • CommentTimeFeb 27th 2017 edited
     
    I was away on vacation for a week and they played 2 new songs. Looks like I missed a good one. It's been forever since Jay Wall jammed with the band.
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    Earlbny, that is what I thought, but I believe this is Jeremy Wall (Spiro Gyro), not Jay Wall.

    I am sure somebody else will correct me if I am wrong...
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    It was Jay Wall.
    • CommentAuthorearlbny
    • CommentTimeFeb 27th 2017 edited
     
    Thanks for the info Reckless.

    I can't wait to listen to the show.
    • CommentAuthorcd2go
    • CommentTimeFeb 28th 2017
     
    Tight set, can't go wrong at the Crier. After 6 shows here, you can tell they are comfortable in this place. Love the new(er) songs; Hurricane is a moody epic, really takes me somewhere! Here is my source, enjoy loudly :)

    https://archive.org/details/yarn2017-02-25.tmpc1.dr40.cd2go


    Yarn
    February 25, 2017
    Towne Crier Cafe
    Beacon, NY

    Source: Tascam TM-PC1 > Tascam DR-40 [wav @ 24-bit/48kHz]
    Lineage: SD card > USB 2.0 > Amadeus Pro v2.1.7 [flac @ level 8]
    Location: @ support pole, LOC, elevated 8'
    Mics: PAS, spaced 20cm

    Taped & Transferred by James Bonaiuto (cd2go@hotmail.com)
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total: [152:40.250]
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Set 1:

    01. intro
    02. American Dream
    03. Heaven In You
    04. Sioux City Gypsy
    05. Sweet Dolly
    06. Now You’re Gone
    07. Strikes & Gutters
    08. Bobby Weeks
    09. Hurricane
    10. Lies I’ve Told *
    11. Music’s Only Outlaw *

    Set 2:

    01. intro
    02. Take This Time
    03. Moonlight
    04. No Future Together
    05. The Loner *
    06. Tennessee *
    07. Abilene *
    08. Fussin’ & Fightin’ *
    09. Make Me Feel *
    10. Turn The Light Off *
    11. Purple Rain #
    12. encore
    13. Bad, Bad Leroy Brown ^*
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Notes:

    * = with Jeremy Wall on saxophone
    # = by Prince
    ^ = by Jim Croce; acoustic in crowd
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    Great stuff as usual cd. Many thanks and thank you Yarn!
    • CommentAuthorearlbny
    • CommentTimeMar 1st 2017
     
    Great work cd. The band never sounded better. I LOOOOVE the new songs.
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    How do you get the crowd to stay so quiet? Did you bring a team of librarians?!?! Great recording! More proof to the argument that location matters more than your microphone type.
    • CommentAuthorcd2go
    • CommentTimeMar 1st 2017
     
    Thanks. empty, it's a dinner club with a generally very cooperative audience and a great spot to tape from up front for a nice mix of the PA and stage volume. Reckless and I have it on lockdown :) Well worth the trip to see a Crier show!
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    yeah, I'm used to the rowdy crowds down here. City Winery is opening a DC location for Americana Music. Hopefully Yarn can get over there. I'll keep the Crier on the radar for the future. Always like going to NY.
    • CommentAuthorearlbny
    • CommentTimeMar 2nd 2017
     
    I saw Yarn at city Winery in NY and I am not a big fan. Way to much talking and no place to dance. Most people came for the food and drinks.
    • CommentAuthorcd2go
    • CommentTimeMar 2nd 2017
     
    Yeah earl I have to agree with that; saw Blue Rodeo there and it was intimate but a bit too NYC "busy".
    • CommentAuthorBob
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2017
     
    It always makes for an enjoyable evening when Yarn (or any band for that matter) plays a venue where the bar area is separate from the room itself. Unfortunately most rooms do not fit that bill, always a treat when they do. Just a for instance City Winery NYC great venue but it's a echo chamber. We will never figure out why people spend money to see a show and talk all night. Life goes on, see you all soon.
    • CommentAuthorDSquared
    • CommentTimeMar 4th 2017
     
    I just wanted to say to CD2GO,

    THANK YOU !!
    THANK YOU !!
    THANK YOU !!

    I really appreciate you taking the time to tape the show and put it out there for us all to enjoy !! Nice job !!

    It was a GREAT show !! Loved the finish with " Leroy " in the crowd !! Cool Shit !!

    Can't wait for June 3rd in Jersey ! YARN & CABINET ! JAMMMM !!
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    This is a really good set, thanks for taping.

    I had no idea Jay Wall's real name was Jeremy, I had only ever heard him referred to as Jay Wall...glad to hear him playing with the guys again. I've always thought they sounded good with Sax.