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The Dead - Wave That Flag Summer Tour 2004 - Bristow, VA - August 15, 2004 FLAC album


Performer: The Dead
Genre: Rock
Title: Wave That Flag Summer Tour 2004 - Bristow, VA - August 15, 2004
Released: 2004
FLAC version ZIP size: 1340 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1437 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1643 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 732
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The Music Never Stopped.

August 19. Label: MunckMix Live Recordings ‎– 2HTC27219. A Little Piece For You. 6:15. 1-5. Brown Eyed Women. 1-6. Down The Road Again.

I loved it last summer I really hope it isn't a cluster fuck of guitars. Rarely does 3 guitars work for me. I am a HUGE Warren fan though so I'm pumped to see what is up. And KC I want to do Alpine and Deer Creek also, who are you travelling with? Post Extras: kosmic charlie Truckin' in style. Registered: 03/18/01 Posts: 5,202 Loc: Deep Elem Last seen: 5 months, 15 days. He's cool, loves the Dead. He was kinda having problems with depression last summer so that's why you didn't see him around. He's a lot better now and ready to see a show or two. There's room for you to travel with us. We can look into camping sites nearby for that night. There are tons of 'em. - Goin' where the water tastes like wine. Post Extras: Infrared sleeping.

Wydawcy Instant Live Records Framptone Records. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album1. 1. Verge of a Thing (Cleveland, Oh 5/6/04). 2. Lying (Bristow, Va 6/26/04). 3. Lines on My Face (Bristow, Va 6/26/04). 4. I Need Ground (Burgettstown, Pa 6/20/04). 5. Show Me the Way (Burgettstown, Pa 6/20/04). 6. Not Forgotten (Burgettstown, Pa 6/20/04). 7. Hour of Need (Bristow, Va 6/25/04). 8. (I'll Give You) Money (Charlotte, Nc 6/17/04). 9. Nassau (Burgettstown, Pa 6/20/04). 10. Baby, I Love Your Way (Burgettstown, Pa 6/20/04). 11. Keychains (Bristow, Va 6/26/04)

1-1 The Music Never Stopped.

The Van Halen Summer Tour 2004 was a North American concert tour by hard rock band Van Halen. It was the band's first tour since 1998, and saw the return of lead singer Sammy Hagar who left the band in 1996 on bad terms. It would've featured the instrumentals from the aborted second album with Gary Cherone, with Hagar on vocals. This plan was abandoned because Ed, in the condition he was in, could only complete three of the tracks. They decided to release a new compilation double album featuring those three new songs on it as their first move. This was followed by a reunion tour, featuring these new songs among others on the set list. The new songs were "It's About Time", "Up For Breakfast", and "Learning to See".

The 2009 Summer Tour was the fifth concert tour by American rock group No Doubt. They stated, "As most of you saw from our little iChat (yes, it was really us), we have decided to go on tour next year while continuing to work on our album.

Bristow, va. Tickets VIP. Aug 11, 2019. Bethlehem, pa. Tickets. Raleigh, NC. Aug 16, 2019.

Tracklist

1-1 Liberty 10:03
1-2 Eight Miles High 5:31
1-3 Easy Wind 7:12
1-4 Little Red Rooster 7:23
1-5 Dear Mr. Fantasy 7:49
1-6 Stagger Lee 5:59
1-7 Lazy River Road 8:00
1-8 Like A Rolling Stone 9:02
1-9 Casey Jones 6:37
2-1 Hard To Handle 13:12
2-2 Mexicali Blues 5:38
2-3 High Time 6:32
2-4 The Weight 7:36
2-5 Loose Lucy 7:32
2-6 Self Defense 8:07
2-7 She Said, She Said 5:01
2-8 Drums 10:37
3-1 Space 13:58
3-2 Stella Blue 12:12
3-3 Cumberland Blues 6:06
3-4 Samson & Delilah 5:50
3-5 Donor/Voter Rap 1:52
3-6 Johnny B.Goode 4:04

Notes

Live recording available at show