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  1. Cathy in Cleveland
    Set list
    Mon Oct 15 08:11:23 2001

    America
    Mission of Love
    Solitary Man
    Cherry,Cherry
    Red, Red Wine
    I’m a Beiever
    Soolaimon
    If You Know What I Mean
    Beautiful Noise
    Girl, You’ll Be a Woman Soon
    I Haven’t Played This Song in Years
    Your Are the Best Part of Me
    At the Movies
    I Beleive in Happy Endings
    Forever in Blue Jeans
    Starflight
    Captain SUnshine
    Holly Holy
    Sweet Caroline
    You Don’t Bring Me Flowers
    Yes I Will
    Lady Magdalene
    Shilo
    He Ain’t Heavy…He’s My Brother
    I Am… I Said
    (Walk off)
    Cracklin Rosie
    Brother Love’s Travellin’ Salvation Show
    Band Reprise of America durong Neils final goodbyes

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  2. lesliew
    concert review
    Tue Oct 16 18:43:36 2001

    Sorry this is late, but as I said up above, we hit a deer,actually, it ran into us on the way home. We were going below the speed limit, it was in the middle of the road, we swerved, it jumped forward then backwards & slammed into the side of the car. The deer got up and ran off, but the driver side fender was trashed. We had to pull it out away from the wheel to continue home.Today I needed to help my sister get her car taken care of. At least the deer was ok. That all said on to my review.
    We were running late, sitting in traffic on the expressway, we managed to go 7 miles in 1/2 hour. Then we missed the turn off for Cleveland, thought for sure we would miss the beginning of the show. But we managed to get there at 7:30, and found a place to park by following all the people down the street. At the arena door the lines were long, so we found the shortest one and settled in to wait.
    We knew we were in trouble with this crowd when a woman behind us complained loud and long about the cigarette smoking in line: and she was complaining about me!! and I wasn’t the one smoking! She assumed it was me but it was the person in front and, she didn’t apologize for blaming me when I told her about it. That aside, we worked our way though security. The guard was really nice, and I made him laugh about getting a “cheap thrill” from frisking all the women.
    Because we were so late, I figured I might as well forget about souveneirs, but low and behold, the door we went in opened up right in front of the stand. After a short wait, I was able to get everything I wanted. My frog king sits in glory on the computer desk while I drink coffee from my black neil mug. (not to mention the tour book, sweatshirt, and the t-shirt I got my sister!)
    There were a few announcements about how no one would be seated during the opening song, and a few instances of spontaneous applause (from WAY up top where it seemed the REAL fans were sitting). Then at around 8:30, the lights went out, the music increased, and the flag began to raise.
    You could see the band members, backlit, moving quickly to their spots, the string girls move into position and Linda Press and friend (forget her name) take their positions. And there was another one: THE ONE coming up from behind them. When he was almost to the middle of the stage, the spot hit him, and Neil began to weave his wonder.
    America. I knew it was coming but knowing didn’t lessen the impact. I grabbed my sisters arm and “I AM SO EXCITED”! She grinned at me. She knows what this concert means. Then came Mission of Love & Solitary Man and I was sitting on the edge of my seat. The crowd wasn’t moving. I could see Neil working harder & harder. You want to know why he grew hoarse towards the end? BECAUSE THE CROWD WOULDN’T MOVE AND HE WAS PUSHING SO HARD TO GET THEM INTO IT.
    Cherry Cherry, Red Red Wine, I’m A Believer, Soolaimon. The side I was on had people who finally stood. I was up too. Behind me the rest of the crowd sat. It was odd, 1/4th of the floor on their feet, the rest sitting. There was more response from the side seats and higher but I couldn’t sit any longer, and Neil deserved better.
    If You Know What I Mean, Beautiful Noise: everybody on stage working hard. Too hard for this crowd, I thought. They don’t deserve it. Sometime when the music stopped, I yelled out for Lady M. then someone from above yelled it out, then another. “Its coming” I heard him say. The woman behind me said “whats Lady M?” and her companion said I don’t have any idea, guess it’s a song.
    Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon. This time she was a blonde. Neil knelt down, singing to her, she reached up, rubbed his arms, his neck, the kiss. And the crowd stood to see. The kiss was passionate. It was a great kiss. One I wish I could have had. (Would have had, if I had been lucky enough to get front row tickets!) “I need a cigarette.” then “before it gets any hotter I better start singing” ( I am paraphrasing here).
    Then on to I Haven’t Played This Song In Years, You Are The Best Part Of Me. When he got to “At The Movies” he took time to explain the movie going experience. Seems he tried to REALLY explain it to these people. Maybe they would “get it”. They didn’t. There were people here and there up and dancing, not caring about the other ones any longer. There were a couple “sit down” shouts. I Believe in Happy Endings came, Neil putting all he had into it. Then “Forever In Blue Jeans” This brought a good part of the floor crowd up, but down they went as soon as it was over. Some of us stayed standing. The band was highlighted in Starflight, and they were fabulous: The strings, the horns, Linda, all of them, and I gave them their due along with some of the others who decided the hell with the rest of the crowd.
    Then Captain Sunshine. Neil explained who Vince was, and began to sing. The goosbumps came up on my body and my eyes began to sting. Neil put his whole being into the song, the tribute to his friend. With or without this crowd he wasn’t going to shortchange Vince.
    Holly Holy. More people stood up. My sister and I sang with him. The people right around us were on their feet too. It felt like a Diamond concert is supposed to feel like. Like that very first and only one I was ever able to go to.(thats a different story that some of you know). But it was the only concert I had to compare this experience to. And you know what? Crowd be damned, I felt what I had felt way back then. And I was excited, exhaulted, filled with the spirit of Neil.
    Sweet Caroline. More people up. The woman beside me, though inhibited most of the concert by the crowd, began to sing in the flattest voice I have ever heard! And we grabbed hands for a brief momment. You Don’t Bring Me Flowers. Linda Press recieved good applause.
    Then it was time. Time for what I had been anticipating all evening. I had spotted the piano before the end of Flowers. My heart swelled into my throat. My sister said “is this it? is this it?” Yes. I had told her what was coming and what it meant. Described the songs, the words, the meaning of his singing them for his fans that asked for them so much.
    Neil talked about what the piano meant to him. How he knew people were rich when he would spy the piano in their homes. Its shine, “and it’s mine” he said, trying to put across to the crowd how he felt and bring some humor to it too.
    Yes I Will. and the stinging returned to my eyes. His voice lifted, strong, precise, clear. I was beside myself. My eyes sting now as I feebly try to give to you, the ones who can’t see this concert, some idea of what it was like. Lady Magdelene. I was on the best side. I could see his hands play across the keys, sure of themselves, knowing where they needed to be. I think he likes the piano better than the guitar. It was a sight to see. I was fascinated, enthralled. Yes I Will.
    I didn’t even hear Shilo. My sister nudged me with her elbow, bringing me out of my trance. He Ain’t Heavy He’s My Brother. Even for the hero dedication alot of the crowd sat. Then I Am…I Said. I was on my feet.
    The lady beside me followed my lead, her flat voice rising again. I smiled. She was a better tribute to Neil than any sold out concert. If only he could know. And I was
    high, low, excited, sad, everything all at once. This song was my anthem as a teen. It expressed all the loneliness and isolation I had felt through the abuse of my brother. The pain I felt at having lost a father to death. The heartache of visiting his grave alone, crying on his headstone. And I wept. And I cry now as I try to put it all down. My sister cried. For me. Afterward she told me she knew I had shielded her from my brother all that time.
    Cracklin Rosie, Brother Loves Traveling Salvation Show. They liked those songs. The odd thing is, I felt better for having heard them. They lifted the darkness from me again. That’s what is so amazing about Neil. What I remember most from that first concert. He never leaves you down. He picks you right back up. And to Neil, even if you never read this, Thank You. Thank You for your song, your heart, your love. And I’m grateful you think us important enough to sing so hard, with such emotion, that you grow hoarse from the effort. Those that make an issue out of it totally missed the point, dontcha think?

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  3. Cathy K
    Re: Reviews of Show
    Mon Oct 15 00:02:10 2001

    Folks, his voice, his voice! If you closed your eyes, you could go back 20 years! The raspiness, the yelling – they’re gone! Show was all that the posts from the other cities said it would be. However, we almost lost him at the very beginning. He enters duing “America” rising up on a platform. The platform (I’m assuming) has usually leveled off to stage height in the other shows?? because it didn’t this time. As he moved to stage left during the song, he lost his balance on the edge of the platform. Recovered well, though. The rest of the show seemed much the same as the others – the obligatory make-out session during “You’ll Be a Woman Soon” – (it’s actually loads of fun and pretty innocent. He hams it up alot.) HE HAS TO KEEP THE PIANO PEICES IN. IT’S INCREDIBLE TO WATCH!! And it adds a moment of intimacy. “At the Movies” is great fun and the other songs from 3 Chord Opera seem a thousand times better with the strenth of the band behind him. Just a wonderful concert. Hell getting there though. Indians game had just let out, traffic was horrendous. The show was delayed ’til nearly 8:30 – thanks for being so considerate of us fighting traffic, Mr. Diamond!

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  4. Cathy in Cleveland
    Cleveland Concert
    Mon Oct 15 08:40:55 2001

    It was worth the wait! And I am glad I stayed away from reading the set lists so I could be surprised.

    Due to the delayed Indians game, and the increased security (they were stating no cameras, binoculars or cellular phones), the concert got underway just after 8:30pm.

    We tried to warm up the crwod around us and get them to participate and stand. It took a few songs, but the poeple behind us finall cauhgt on to the fact that I was hopelessly a particant, and when a song was meant for standing, I was up. In “America”, my row was already on it’s feet, but at the line “Stand Up for AMerica”, I swung around, and beckoned the rows behind me with my arms to get up too, and up they came! The whole arena was on its feet.

    Yes, Neil did misstep before he started singing America. He was staring out into the audience, directly my way. And oops, mised the step. Maybe he wasmezmerized by the audience. Who knows!

    The crowd seemed a little subdued at first, but we were rocking before long!

    Every song was a masterpiece. We went through nearly every emotion possible: joy, love, sadness, patriotism, caring, etc.

    One thing that happened here in Cleveland that never happened before: In I Am… I Said, when Neil sings “Well I’m New York City born and raised”, the crowd cheered so long that he had to pause a bar to continue the song. I’ve heard it happen in New York, but this was the first time that NYC got such an ovation in Cleveland.

    We loved the piano parts, loved the “Kiss”, and loved the fun that Julia and Linda had on stage. Oh, to be a background singer with Neil! What a great job.

    I missed the introduction of the band by name, but with so many, maybe it would have been too cumbersome. The rendition of Starflight, though, was top-notch.

    All in all, it was a fantastic concert. I cried three times, and so did Dad. That’s how much Neil’s misic has effected us, both during the concert, and throughout our lives.

    I got home last night, and couldn’t do a thing. I was spent. I don’t know how Neil and the band can do it night after night. It was wonderful and exhausting.

    And I am SOOOOOO glad I get to do it again tonight!

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  5. REVIEW FROM THE CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER
    Mon Oct 15 09:41:22 2001

    An escapist hit parade from a master crooner

    10/15/01

    John Soeder
    Plain Dealer Pop Music Critic

    In the ’60s and ’70s, he was unstoppable. By the ’80s, he was almost unbearable. In the ’90s, he was cool all over again, thanks to endorsements from filmmaker Quentin Tarantino, alternative-rockers Urge Overkill and other hipsters.

    Last night at Gund Arena, Neil Diamond was all these things and more. He performs there again tonight.

    The 14-karat crooner got off to a star-spangled start with “America.” He tripped while making his way off a riser at the center of the stage – a rare misstep.

    “If in fact it’s true music has the power to heal, let the healing begin,” said Diamond, 60. He wore black pants and a red shirt with sequins that sparkled in the spotlights.

    He didn’t dwell on these “trying times,” as he described the current state of affairs. Instead, he treated a capacity crowd of 16,000-plus fans to an escapist hit parade.

    Backed by a 17-piece band, Diamond strapped on an acoustic guitar for several tunes, including “Solitary Man” and “Red Red Wine.” The latter number shifted into reggae mode after a slow start.

    Diamond no longer sports one of the biggest manes or the most serious sideburns in show biz. Fortunately, his neatly trimmed new look has not resulted in a Samson-like loss of strength. On the contrary, Diamond’s mighty baritone filled every corner of the arena, especially when he belted out “Cherry, Cherry” and “I’m a Believer.”

    During a smoldering rendition of “Girl, You’ll Be a Woman Soon,’ Diamond dropped to his knees at the foot of the stage and beckoned to a female fan. She took his hand and he reclined, singing the rest of the song inches from her face and caressing her cheek – a master at work.

    Not for nothing is he known as “the Jewish Elvis.” Or maybe Elvis was “the Pentecostal Neil.”

    Diamond showcased material from his latest album, “Three Chord Opera,” in the middle of the concert. A string quartet heightened the drama during “I Haven’t Played This Song in Years,” a melancholy ballad. Another highlight was “I Believe in Happy Endings,” a sweet tune in search of a Walt Disney soundtrack.

    Fresh product duly plugged, Diamond hopped back aboard his time machine. “Forever in Blue Jeans,” “Holly Holy,” “Sweet Caroline” and other old favorites had the audience singing along.

    Good times never seemed so good, indeed.

    Contact John Soeder at:

    jsoeder@plaind.com, 216-999-4562

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  6. lesliew
    concert review
    Tue Oct 16 18:43:36 2001

    Sorry this is late, but as I said up above, we hit a deer,actually, it ran into us on the way home. We were going below the speed limit, it was in the middle of the road, we swerved, it jumped forward then backwards & slammed into the side of the car. The deer got up and ran off, but the driver side fender was trashed. We had to pull it out away from the wheel to continue home.Today I needed to help my sister get her car taken care of. At least the deer was ok. That all said on to my review.
    We were running late, sitting in traffic on the expressway, we managed to go 7 miles in 1/2 hour. Then we missed the turn off for Cleveland, thought for sure we would miss the beginning of the show. But we managed to get there at 7:30, and found a place to park by following all the people down the street. At the arena door the lines were long, so we found the shortest one and settled in to wait.
    We knew we were in trouble with this crowd when a woman behind us complained loud and long about the cigarette smoking in line: and she was complaining about me!! and I wasn’t the one smoking! She assumed it was me but it was the person in front and, she didn’t apologize for blaming me when I told her about it. That aside, we worked our way though security. The guard was really nice, and I made him laugh about getting a “cheap thrill” from frisking all the women.
    Because we were so late, I figured I might as well forget about souveneirs, but low and behold, the door we went in opened up right in front of the stand. After a short wait, I was able to get everything I wanted. My frog king sits in glory on the computer desk while I drink coffee from my black neil mug. (not to mention the tour book, sweatshirt, and the t-shirt I got my sister!)
    There were a few announcements about how no one would be seated during the opening song, and a few instances of spontaneous applause (from WAY up top where it seemed the REAL fans were sitting). Then at around 8:30, the lights went out, the music increased, and the flag began to raise.
    You could see the band members, backlit, moving quickly to their spots, the string girls move into position and Linda Press and friend (forget her name) take their positions. And there was another one: THE ONE coming up from behind them. When he was almost to the middle of the stage, the spot hit him, and Neil began to weave his wonder.
    America. I knew it was coming but knowing didn’t lessen the impact. I grabbed my sisters arm and “I AM SO EXCITED”! She grinned at me. She knows what this concert means. Then came Mission of Love & Solitary Man and I was sitting on the edge of my seat. The crowd wasn’t moving. I could see Neil working harder & harder. You want to know why he grew hoarse towards the end? BECAUSE THE CROWD WOULDN’T MOVE AND HE WAS PUSHING SO HARD TO GET THEM INTO IT.
    Cherry Cherry, Red Red Wine, I’m A Believer, Soolaimon. The side I was on had people who finally stood. I was up too. Behind me the rest of the crowd sat. It was odd, 1/4th of the floor on their feet, the rest sitting. There was more response from the side seats and higher but I couldn’t sit any longer, and Neil deserved better.
    If You Know What I Mean, Beautiful Noise: everybody on stage working hard. Too hard for this crowd, I thought. They don’t deserve it. Sometime when the music stopped, I yelled out for Lady M. then someone from above yelled it out, then another. “Its coming” I heard him say. The woman behind me said “whats Lady M?” and her companion said I don’t have any idea, guess it’s a song.
    Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon. This time she was a blonde. Neil knelt down, singing to her, she reached up, rubbed his arms, his neck, the kiss. And the crowd stood to see. The kiss was passionate. It was a great kiss. One I wish I could have had. (Would have had, if I had been lucky enough to get front row tickets!) “I need a cigarette.” then “before it gets any hotter I better start singing” ( I am paraphrasing here).
    Then on to I Haven’t Played This Song In Years, You Are The Best Part Of Me. When he got to “At The Movies” he took time to explain the movie going experience. Seems he tried to REALLY explain it to these people. Maybe they would “get it”. They didn’t. There were people here and there up and dancing, not caring about the other ones any longer. There were a couple “sit down” shouts. I Believe in Happy Endings came, Neil putting all he had into it. Then “Forever In Blue Jeans” This brought a good part of the floor crowd up, but down they went as soon as it was over. Some of us stayed standing. The band was highlighted in Starflight, and they were fabulous: The strings, the horns, Linda, all of them, and I gave them their due along with some of the others who decided the hell with the rest of the crowd.
    Then Captain Sunshine. Neil explained who Vince was, and began to sing. The goosbumps came up on my body and my eyes began to sting. Neil put his whole being into the song, the tribute to his friend. With or without this crowd he wasn’t going to shortchange Vince.
    Holly Holy. More people stood up. My sister and I sang with him. The people right around us were on their feet too. It felt like a Diamond concert is supposed to feel like. Like that very first and only one I was ever able to go to.(thats a different story that some of you know). But it was the only concert I had to compare this experience to. And you know what? Crowd be damned, I felt what I had felt way back then. And I was excited, exhaulted, filled with the spirit of Neil.
    Sweet Caroline. More people up. The woman beside me, though inhibited most of the concert by the crowd, began to sing in the flattest voice I have ever heard! And we grabbed hands for a brief momment. You Don’t Bring Me Flowers. Linda Press recieved good applause.
    Then it was time. Time for what I had been anticipating all evening. I had spotted the piano before the end of Flowers. My heart swelled into my throat. My sister said “is this it? is this it?” Yes. I had told her what was coming and what it meant. Described the songs, the words, the meaning of his singing them for his fans that asked for them so much.
    Neil talked about what the piano meant to him. How he knew people were rich when he would spy the piano in their homes. Its shine, “and it’s mine” he said, trying to put across to the crowd how he felt and bring some humor to it too.
    Yes I Will. and the stinging returned to my eyes. His voice lifted, strong, precise, clear. I was beside myself. My eyes sting now as I feebly try to give to you, the ones who can’t see this concert, some idea of what it was like. Lady Magdelene. I was on the best side. I could see his hands play across the keys, sure of themselves, knowing where they needed to be. I think he likes the piano better than the guitar. It was a sight to see. I was fascinated, enthralled. Yes I Will.
    I didn’t even hear Shilo. My sister nudged me with her elbow, bringing me out of my trance. He Ain’t Heavy He’s My Brother. Even for the hero dedication alot of the crowd sat. Then I Am…I Said. I was on my feet.
    The lady beside me followed my lead, her flat voice rising again. I smiled. She was a better tribute to Neil than any sold out concert. If only he could know. And I was
    high, low, excited, sad, everything all at once. This song was my anthem as a teen. It expressed all the loneliness and isolation I had felt through the abuse of my brother. The pain I felt at having lost a father to death. The heartache of visiting his grave alone, crying on his headstone. And I wept. And I cry now as I try to put it all down. My sister cried. For me. Afterward she told me she knew I had shielded her from my brother all that time.
    Cracklin Rosie, Brother Loves Traveling Salvation Show. They liked those songs. The odd thing is, I felt better for having heard them. They lifted the darkness from me again. That’s what is so amazing about Neil. What I remember most from that first concert. He never leaves you down. He picks you right back up. And to Neil, even if you never read this, Thank You. Thank You for your song, your heart, your love. And I’m grateful you think us important enough to sing so hard, with such emotion, that you grow hoarse from the effort. Those that make an issue out of it totally missed the point, dontcha think?

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  7. Cathy in Cleveland
    Still basking in the glow
    Sun Oct 21 14:49:31 2001

    first posted on IAIS on Sat Oct 20 21:22:00 2001

    Hello everyone….

    While we wait for the reports of the concert tonight, I wanted to share a little about the Cleveland shows. I am still smiling from them.

    Sunday night we were on the floor. We were in the eleventh row, center, and from about the fifth row back, it seemed like we had a good “fan” base. Closer to the stage that was not necessarily the case, as these folks did not stand up as quickly as the rest of the “fans” behind them. But as the night went on, the audience responded and as I glanced around during the big audience participation songs (Sweet Caroline, Forever in Blue Jeans) the entire place was on its feet.

    On Monday, we were about 35 rows back, in the first row on the side. So we had no one in front of us, so our view of the stage was unobstructed. We had a good view of the audience on the floor and other sections from where we sat. It was obvious where the fan group was that night. Right section of the floor, first five rows! They had signs for Mission of Love (L, O, VE) and another banner than they brought out at the end. At the end of the concert, Neil made a point of going over to them and thanking them.

    Again , the floor was a little slow to get to its feet. was it a combination of first-timers and older fans? Was it the war? Was it the loss by the Indians again that night? I don’t know? All I know is that when I am at a Neil concert, the rest of the world disappears, and I am totally absorbed in the moment–a place I wish I could be frequently. And again, the place up up on its feet for the big numbers.

    Differences in the nights: On Sunday, he played more with the audience on Red, Red, Wine : Started with one strum and “red”…we cheered, and he said “for my next number” and we cheered, and the a strum and “red” and we cheered again, and he looked at his watch, and the the final strum, and he began. This did not happen the second night. He just strummed and sang “red”, waited, and then went into the song. I preferred the first night. It made it feel like he having more fun with us. First night Sweet Caroline had two encores, second had one. First night, when the flag rose at the beginning of the show. Neil was not immediately present, but rose up on the platform from below the stage- very dramatic. But that same platform did not lower correctly, causing his misstep. Second night, he was on stage behind the flag- no platform. First night was red shirt, second night was black (in case no one reported that before).

    Difference in seating: In other years I have been as close as front row and as far away as the very top row. Regardless, I have always enjoyed the show. Oftentimes I am impressed with Marilyn Lowey and her crews lighting. On Sunday, I couldn’t see that many light effects. Maybe this was because we were below stage level. On Monday, we were about even with the stage height. Now either the lighting was better and more dramatic on Monday, or it was a difference in our seats. In years past, I have loved the dramatic orange glow of lights associated with Soolaimon. I never saw them Sunday, but they were back on Monday. And something I caught on Monday—something for you guys still going to future concerts….during I Am …I Said, there is a crown of gold lights that shine down from above. Even the bulbs themselves can be seen, making it look like the little round parts on the peaks of the crown. It’s not an obvious effect- watch for it.

    Also, I felt the sounds were better mixed above the floor level, so I think the sound was better on the second night.
    Neil, on the other hand, started getting hoarse on the second night during “at the Movies”–scared me that he’d lose his voice and have to quit. But he seemed okay on the higher notes, and only ran into trouble during times when he spoke, and sang low notes. His break between I Am.. I Said and the encores was longer during the second night. I figured it was to get his throat sprayed to help him continue through the encores.

    His hoarseness: Sunday night, Neil’s voice was fantastic- perfect, and strong. Monday night he started having problems. From the reports from Philadelphia, it sounds like Neil has continued to have a little problem. Maybe he is nursing a cold. In all the years I’ve been a fan, I’ve never known Neil to cancel a concert, so maybe that’s it. OR, he is just giving his all! If he does have a cold, you sure can’t tell from his energy levels! I was exhausted just from singing, dancing, and clapping in the audience.

    The songs themselves: I feel that Neil has put so much into this tour. The songs and his emotional investment in each of them is outstanding. He Aint Heavy was truly moving- the words speaking to the heroes of our day. And Brother Loves: ok, I’ve heard a number of renditions over the years of “great and small, rich and poor, gay and straight”, but this tour, when he says “God’s children all!”, it just seemed so much more meaningful in light of what we are facing as a nation right now.

    As a fan for 33 years and in the audience for 30 years, I think this has got to be one of Neil’s BEST concerts, maybe since my first, which preceded the Hot August Night recordings in LA, or his return to touring in 1976 with the Beautiful Noise tour

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  8. lesliew
    re:set list
    Tue Oct 16 09:42:40 2001

    America
    Mission of Love
    Solitary Man
    Cherry Cherry
    Red Red Wine
    I’m a Believer
    Soolaimon
    If You Know What I Mean
    Beautiful Noise
    Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon
    I Haven’t Played This Song In Years
    You Are The Best Part Of Me
    At The Movies
    I Believe In Happy Endings
    Forever In Blue Jeans
    Starlight (band feature)
    Captain Sunshine
    Holly Holy
    Sweet Caroline
    You Don’t Bring Me Flowers
    Yes I Will
    Lady Magdelene
    Yes I Will
    Shilo
    He Ain’t Heavy He’s My Brother
    I Am..I Said
    Cracklin’ Rosie
    Brother Love’s Traveling Salvation Show

    This is the the list, in order played. I’ll post my review in a little while. We hit a deer on the way and I have to help my sister with her car. Lesliew.

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