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KevinLesko
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Posted - 04/26/2005 :  11:57:05 PM  Show Profile  Send KevinLesko an AOL message  Reply with Quote
I know this is going to be missing a lot of artists and songs at first, but I want to create a main list of all of the songs that TR has covered, in any aspect, so that I can link this list off the FAQ's page I'm working on. What we can do, is if TR plays a new cover, or if anyone thinks about a new one we forgot to post, then reply to this thread... I'll add it to the master list, and then you can delete the reply. Sound Good? In alphabetical order:

Songs Covered by Tim Reynolds

John Abercrombie:

- Timeless

Aphex Twin:

- Come To Daddy (02/24/06 Canal Street Tavern Dayton, OH)

Aphrodite’s Child:

- The Four Horsemen
- Loud, Loud, Loud
- Babylon

Bach:

- Courante

The Beatles:

- Come Together
- All You Need is Love
- Here Comes the Sun
- Norwegian Wood
- I Want You(She's So Heavy)**Played to the music of James Brown's "Cold Sweat" (03/03/06 Mexicali Blues Teaneck, NJ)

Black Sabbath:

- Supernaut

David Bowie:

- My Death (09/28/03 The Point Bryn Mar, PA)
- Soul Love

Box Tops: (TR's is modeled on Joe Cocker's rendition)

- The Letter (04/28/07 Electric Co. Utica, NY)

James Brown:

- Sex Machine (Solo & TR3)
- I Got the Feelin'
- Cold Sweat (01/21/06 Legends of Notre Dame, IN)

Captain Beefheart:

- Well (09/15/07 Wilde Auditorium Univ of Hartford, CT)

The Cardigans:

- Explode
- Do You Believe
- Junk of the Hearts

Miles Davis:

- All Blues (04/25/06 Moe's Alley Santa Cruz, CA w/Marcus Eaton)
- Nefertiti (06/30/07 Blues Alley Washington DC)

Deep Purple

- Space Truckin' (02/17/06 Double Door Chicago, IL)

Dion & the Belmonts:

- Abraham, Martin & John

Donovan:

- Barabajagal(04/28/07 Electric Co. Utica, NY)

Doobie Bros

- Jesus Is Just Alright (TR3)

Nick Drake

- River Man (03/29/06 Dream Theater Tahlequah, OK)
- Time Has Told Me (04/18/06 Plush Tucson, AZ)

Eurythmics:

- Sweet Dreams

Fear Factory

- Descent (03/31/06 Granada Theater Dallas, TX)

FLAMING LIPS

- Ego Trippin' @ The Gates of Hell (09/14/07 FTC Stage One Fairfield, CT)


Focus

- Hocus Pocus (TR3)

Peter Gabriel:

- Red Rain
- In Your Eyes
- Of These... Hope
- Mercy Street
- Only Us
- Solsbury Hill
- San Jacinto

Marvin Gaye:

- Inner City Blues

Genesis

- I Know What I Like (In Your Wadrobe)(02/18/06 UCIMC Urbana, IL)
- Watcher Of The Skies (06/29/07 Blues Alley Washington, DC)
- Squonk (07/01/07 Blues Alley Washington DC)
- Afterglow (09/16/07 North Star Bar Philadelphia, PA)

Grand Funk Railroad:

- I'm Your Captain(Closer To Home)
- Mean Mistreater

Helmet:

- Crisis King

Jimi Hendrix:

- Manic Depression
- If 6 Were 9
- Who Knows
- Are You Experienced
- I Hear my Train a Commin’
- Fire
- Purple Haze (02/27/07 Wilde Auditorium Univ of Hartford, CT)
- Machine Gun (02/27/07 Wilde Auditorium Univ of Hartford, CT)

John Lee Hooker:
- In the Mood (performed 09/29/06)
- (My Babe) She's A Good One (performed 09/29/06)

Jethro Tull:

- Locomotive Breath (04/03/06 Lucy's San Marcos, TX)

King Crimson:

- Matte Kudasai (TR3 featuring Mick on Lead Vocals)

Daniel Lanois:

- The Messenger
- Devil's Bed (07/08/06 Pour House Charleston, SC)
- The Maker (T&D)

Led Zeppelin:

- Whole Lotta Love (Solo & TR3)
- Kashmir
- Black Dog
- Ten Years Gone
- Stairway to Heaven
- Communication Breakdown
- No Quarter
- When the Levee Breaks (originally by Memphis Minnie)
- Friends
- How Many More Times (Solo & TR3 goes into Commander Cody "Hot Rod Lincoln" during this)
- Four Stix (TR3)

John Lennon:

- Imagine
- Cold Turkey (09/19/04 Harpers Ferry Allston, MA not sure if it's the first TIMe played)

Annie Lennox:

- Primitive
- Why

Marilyn Manson:

- Fuck Frankie
- Cryptorchid
- Beautiful People
- Antichrist Superstar (04/02/06 Jack's Patio Bar San Antonio, TX)

Bob Marley

- Zimbabwe
- Buffalo Soldier
- Jump Nyabinghi
- Natural Mystic (Solo & TR3)
- Exodus
- Running Away (11/11/06 Chameleon Club Lancaster, PA)


Paul Mauriat & His Orchestra

-Love Is Blue

Ministry:

- Just One Fix (04/03/06 Lucy's San Marcos, TX 1st TIMe "akuzedick" maybe)

Victor Mizzy:

- Green Acres Theme

Napoleon XIV(Jerry Samuels)

- They're Coming To Take Me Away, Ha-Ha (04/04/07 Recher Theatre Towson, MD)

NiN:

- Hurt

Iggy Pop:

- Shake Appeal

Prince:

- All the Critics Love U in NY (Solo & TR3)
- Purple Rain (SOLO 09/16/07 North Star Bar Philadelphia, PA)
- Purple Rain (TR3 08/07 OBX, NC)

The Prodigy:

- Rat Poison

Otis Redding:

- Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay (10/19/06 Hal & Mal's Jackson, MS)

Sonny Rollins(also recorded by Miles Davis):

- Oleo (09/16/06 Barrymore Theater Madison, WI ALLSTAR JAM)

Todd Rundgren:

- Born To Synthesize (04/18/06 Plush Tucson, AZ)

Sade:

- (Unknown Song)

Sam & Dave:

- Hold On I'm Comin'(written by Issac Hayes)(02/16/06 Des Moines, IA)

Santana:

- Soul Sacrifice (SOLO 04/28/07 Electric Co. Utica, NY & TR3)

Andres Segovia:

- Unknown song, possibly from "Castillos de Espana"

Skinny Puppy:

- Assimilate

Bruce Springsteen

- I'm On Fire (09/13/07 Tupelo Music Hall Londonderry, NH)

T. Rex & Marc Bolan:

- Buick Mackane
- Shock Rock
- Jeepster
- Mambo Sun (03/29/06 Dream Theater Tahlequah, OK)
- Bang A Gong (TR3)

Ralph Towner/Oregon:

- Silence of a Candle

Robin Trower

- Bridge of Sighs
- In This Place (performed 01/07/06)

Luther Vandross:

- Never Too Much

War:

- Spill the Wine
- World Is A Ghetto (TR3)
- Slippin Into Darkness (TR3)

Chris Whitley:

- Big Sky Country (04/18/06 Plush Tucson, AZ)
- Hotel Vast Horizon (07/12/06 Recher Theatre Towson, MD)
- Wild Country (07/03/08 Pour House Charleston, SC TR3)

Bill Withers

- Ain't No Sunshine (04/26/07 Stone Church Newmarket, NH)

Yes

- Roundabout

Neil Young:

- Only Love Can Break Your Heart
- Ohio (Solo & TR3)
- Harvest
- Words
- After The Goldrush
- Natural Anthem
- Down By The River (T&D)
- There's A World (09/13/07 Tupelo Music Hall Londonderry, NH)

Zager & Evans:

- In the Year 2525

ZZ Top:

- Sure Got Cold After The Rain Fell (TR3)
- LaGrange (TR3 02/02/08 Bamboo Room Lake Worth, FL)

Traditionals/Standards/Spirituals:

- Jesus Loves the Little Children
- Go Tell it on the Mountain
- Three Blind Mice
- Mary Had a Little Lamb

god
Kevin

Erich
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Posted - 04/27/2005 :  12:38:07 AM  Show Profile  Send Erich an AOL message  Reply with Quote
nice... I remember doing this a while back:

http://www.timreynolds.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=1483

This is way more up to speed though. I'll look through and see if theres anything you missed.

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anthony1832
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Posted - 04/28/2005 :  3:52:48 PM  Show Profile  Send anthony1832 an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Anyone know what date he played NIN Hurt? I would like to download it if i can find it. thanks.
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Erich
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Posted - 05/03/2005 :  1:25:36 PM  Show Profile  Send Erich an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Fluffy, that Slider song was done in Brooklyn as well. You were pretty out of it then, but it surprised me both nights when I saw it.

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Fluffy
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Posted - 05/04/2005 :  12:35:48 PM  Show Profile  Send Fluffy an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Thanx for the heads up Erich, I guess I was pretty out of it that nite. Did he do it solo acoustic in Brooklyn or with the drum machine? It was solo acoustic at Hamilton College.

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tericee
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Posted - 05/09/2005 :  4:28:47 PM  Show Profile  Visit tericee's Homepage  Send tericee an AOL message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by KevinLesko

Is Jesus Loves The Little Children is same as the song with the lyrics "Go Tell it on the Mountain"? I can add this as a "traditional" I suppose.



Jason's right; two different tunes. Go Tell it On the Mountain is what they used to call a "Negro Spiritual." Not sure if that's PC anymore.

(Just checked; the proper term is now "African-American spiritual.")

JLTLC is more sing-songy, however the music was also written long ago, during the Civil War.
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KevinLesko
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Posted - 06/06/2005 :  02:22:38 AM  Show Profile  Send KevinLesko an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Awesome, THANKS EVERYONE for the great contributions so far! If you could, if I have added your contribution to the list, plase delete your reply so that this thread stays concise, and easy to read.

god
Kevin
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guitarisPIMP
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Posted - 06/06/2005 :  5:53:02 PM  Show Profile  Send guitarisPIMP an AOL message  Reply with Quote
How about getting dates for these rare covers so that me and many others can ransack the internet searching for those motherfuckers.

my favorite color is go fuck yourself. :D
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Mave Datthews
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Posted - 06/07/2005 :  10:55:48 AM  Show Profile  Send Mave Datthews an AOL message  Reply with Quote
holy SHIT when did he ever cover Helmet's "Crisis King"?! THAT'S AWESOME!!!

Tim is my sanity.
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Arthen
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Posted - 06/07/2005 :  3:53:40 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I know he played it at my show. It was awesome. And according to Fluffy he was trying to work out a Fear Factory song acoustically, but it never worked.

Steve Hackett: "I'm my own opening act, you see."
Tim (before "Faceoff"): "Peace, love....and SEX!"
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guitarisPIMP
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Posted - 06/07/2005 :  4:24:18 PM  Show Profile  Send guitarisPIMP an AOL message  Reply with Quote
I would kill to hear his version of Timeless by John Abercrombie.

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Erich
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quote:
Originally posted by guitarisPIMP

I would kill to hear his version of Timeless by John Abercrombie.



http://www.archive.org/download/tr2003-07-17.flac16/tr2003-07-17d1t12.flac

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Fluffy
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Posted - 07/12/2005 :  10:36:00 PM  Show Profile  Send Fluffy an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Hey Jason, no postitive, but if I remember correctly War Pigs was attributed to the opening act in Dayton. I don't recall TR doing that at any of the shows thus far. Hoping to see you in St Louie!

Peace & Keep the Faith
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Gravedigger
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Posted - 07/13/2005 :  3:02:37 PM  Show Profile  Visit Gravedigger's Homepage  Send Gravedigger an AOL message  Reply with Quote
The opener in Cleveland did War Pigs, not Tim.

When did he do Hurt, i'd love to hear that...

db.etree.org/smyry52
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Arthen
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Posted - 07/14/2005 :  02:10:30 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Gravedigger

The opener in Cleveland did War Pigs, not Trey.

When did he do Hurt, i'd love to hear that...



Trey? Wrong board. Heh.

Steve Hackett: "I'm my own opening act, you see."
Tim (before "Faceoff"): "Peace, love....and SEX!"
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PJK
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Posted - 09/09/2005 :  09:18:41 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I could picture TIM covering the Beatles Tomorrow Never Knows.

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guitarisPIMP
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quote:
Originally posted by PJK

I could picture TIM covering the Beatles Tomorrow Never Knows.




How...howhowhow...


Also, it would be good to get listings for a few of these obscure ones of what recordings they may be on. At least need to distinguish b/w Tim solo covers and TR3 covers, because I keep looking for some of the awesome ones (ex. natural mystic) on archive.org on just Tim solo, to no prevail.

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Fluffy
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Posted - 09/17/2005 :  3:55:01 PM  Show Profile  Send Fluffy an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Hey Kev, I have discoved that I was wrong in my addition of Slider to the list. You were right, Slider is a line in Buick MacKane, so you subtract that one. I have listed some new ones for TR in the Seattle reviews thread so you may want to add those to this list.

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enthuTIMsiast
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Posted - 02/26/2006 :  2:43:18 PM  Show Profile  Send enthuTIMsiast an AOL message  Reply with Quote
You can add

Come to Daddy by Aphex Twin to this list. :)

As you edit the list Kevo, maybe you can put a date by when you know for sure the song was played?

Like this:

Aphex Twin
Come To Daddy - 2006-02-24

Some songs are covered a lot so just put something indicating that to the side maybe...

OooooOOooh, what I'd give for moderator priviledges here for stuff like this.

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Fluffy
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Posted - 02/27/2006 :  04:43:26 AM  Show Profile  Send Fluffy an AOL message  Reply with Quote
By the way Kev, it can also be noted that that was the first TIMe Come To Daddy was played live.

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enthuTIMsiast
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Posted - 02/27/2006 :  10:01:15 AM  Show Profile  Send enthuTIMsiast an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Also, I'm pretty sure TR has covered

Britney Spears
Oops, I Did It Again - unsure of date

But it may have been only in soundcheck. Still, I *think* there is a recording of it, but I also think it's on one of the recordings that's fallen into a gap between someone's carseats or something. Probably will never surface, but maybe.

It could also be that I'm getting this confused with when TR was touring with Peter Prince, and PP was covering BS.... if I'm wrong correct me and I'll just delete this post. :)

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cjmartin315
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Posted - 02/27/2006 :  2:43:38 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Anyone know the date of the Genesis I Know What I like cover?

Thanks,
Jay
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Fluffy
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Posted - 03/10/2006 :  4:36:08 PM  Show Profile  Send Fluffy an AOL message  Reply with Quote
(from another message board)

BTW, I swear I'm not trying to be a prick by writing this, but Levee isn't really Zep tune. It's a cover they famously redid of an old blues song (McCoy and Minnie, I believe). They certainly put their stamp on it though and it's one of my fav. I can certainly get why mentioning Zep would make sense though.

Evan

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Fluffy
"THE MUSIC BUSINESS IS A CRUEL AND SHALLOW MONEY TRENCH-- A LONG PLASTIC HALLWAY WHERE THIEVES AND PIMPS RUN FREE AND GOOD MEN DIE LIKE DOGS. THERE'S ALSO A NEGATIVE SIDE..." -Hunter S. Thompson
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Arthen
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quote:
Originally posted by cjmartin315

Anyone know the date of the Genesis I Know What I like cover?

Thanks,
Jay



It was the very first show of this new tour that was broadcast on the radio. 2-18-2006

http://www.timreynolds.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=6590

And it was badass.

Steve Hackett: "I'm my own opening act, you see."
Tim (before "Faceoff"): "Peace, love....and SEX!"
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Not sure if I was reading it wrong or what but it wasn't the first show of the latest TouR, it was the 3rd, but it was the 1st show of the latest TouR to be broadcast. Either way that's the one he's looking for. THANX

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Arthen
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Yep, that's what I meant Fluffy. The first one to be broadcasted. I can't wait to see what gets pulled out for the second leg of the tour.

Steve Hackett: "I'm my own opening act, you see."
Tim (before "Faceoff"): "Peace, love....and SEX!"
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KevinLesko
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quote:
(from another message board)

BTW, I swear I'm not trying to be a prick by writing this, but Levee isn't really Zep tune. It's a cover they famously redid of an old blues song (McCoy and Minnie, I believe). They certainly put their stamp on it though and it's one of my fav. I can certainly get why mentioning Zep would make sense though.

Evan



Hmmm, I went to www.allmusic.com to look it up, and they credit page & Plant as composers too, so maybe they took ideas from an old song, and turned it into their own? For the record, I checked my liner notes on "Early Days/Latter Days" and it matches.

When the Levee Breaks
Led Zeppelin
Composed By
John Bonham/John Paul Jones/Memphis Minnie/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant






god
Kevin
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Fluffy
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Posted - 03/12/2006 :  8:33:05 PM  Show Profile  Send Fluffy an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Kewlio!!! Good enuf for me.

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Posted - 04/04/2006 :  03:46:37 AM  Show Profile  Send Fluffy an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Hey Kev, lots of new covers to be added to the Master Cover List. Check out the setlists for the OK & TX shows in the Show Reviews section. I made notes to you there. THANX

PS: Don't forget I Want You(She's So Heavy) under the Beatles. You may want to note next to it that it was done to the music for Cold Sweat. It was from the Mexicali Blues show.

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KevinLesko
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Posted - 04/09/2006 :  4:55:15 PM  Show Profile  Send KevinLesko an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Tbanks for the notes in the reviews Fluffy. Sorry I lagged on posted these... been busy.

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Kevin
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enthuTIMsiast
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quote:
Originally posted by gyri

sorry to bump a somewhat old topic but I was looking for the setlist (I got the show from bt.etree.org) and ended up here. To make an amendment to this list, track two is not just a jam but is actually Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun by Pink Floyd. Thanks for setting me straight on most of the other songs though ;)


Referencing set from 2005.11.12, which is on the archive.

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Arthen
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quote:
Originally posted by enthuTIMsiast

quote:
Originally posted by gyri

sorry to bump a somewhat old topic but I was looking for the setlist (I got the show from bt.etree.org) and ended up here. To make an amendment to this list, track two is not just a jam but is actually Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun by Pink Floyd. Thanks for setting me straight on most of the other songs though ;)


Referencing set from 2005.11.12, which is on the archive.



I'm not finding it on the archive for some reason. Did it just get recently uploaded so it isn't available for DL yet?

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enthuTIMsiast
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quote:
Originally posted by Arthen
quote:
Originally posted by enthuTIMsiast2005.11.12, which is on the archive.
I'm not finding it on the archive for some reason. Did it just get recently uploaded so it isn't available for DL yet?
Good point, it wasn't on the archive, but on bt.etree. I'll see about getting it to the archive sometime soon.


quote:
Originally posted by KevinLesko
quote:
(from another message board)
BTW, I swear I'm not trying to be a prick by writing this, but Levee isn't really Zep tune. It's a cover they famously redid of an old blues song (McCoy and Minnie, I believe). They certainly put their stamp on it though and it's one of my fav. I can certainly get why mentioning Zep would make sense though. Evan
Hmmm, I went to www.allmusic.com to look it up, and they credit page & Plant as composers too, so maybe they took ideas from an old song, and turned it into their own? For the record, I checked my liner notes on "Early Days/Latter Days" and it matches.
When the Levee Breaks
Led Zeppelin
Composed By
John Bonham/John Paul Jones/Memphis Minnie/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant
Regardless, it's clear that TR is covering Led Zeppelin when he plays it, no matter who wrote it.

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dancheatham
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Posted - 08/11/2007 :  4:09:59 PM  Show Profile  Visit dancheatham's Homepage  Send dancheatham an AOL message  Reply with Quote
I'm 99% sure the Segovia song is called "Alcañiz (Festiva)," and it is in fact from Castillos de España. =)

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Fluffy
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Posted - 08/11/2007 :  5:18:08 PM  Show Profile  Send Fluffy an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Hey dancheatham, this subject has been covered in great detail. You may want to post your comment on that thread. Here is a link to the Segovia thread:

http://www.timreynolds.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=3524

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KevinLesko
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Posted - 11/22/2007 :  12:19:56 AM  Show Profile  Send KevinLesko an AOL message  Reply with Quote
A new Led Zeppelin and King Crimson cover courtesy of TR3's 9/1/07 gig.

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Fluffy
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Posted - 05/17/2008 :  4:31:09 PM  Show Profile  Send Fluffy an AOL message  Reply with Quote
UPDATED!!(in red)

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dancheatham
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Posted - 05/25/2008 :  02:07:24 AM  Show Profile  Visit dancheatham's Homepage  Send dancheatham an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Since you're including covers he's done with Dave, here are some you're missing:

All Along the Watchtower (Dylan)
Angel from Montgomery (John Prine)
For the Beauty of Wynona (Lanois)
If I Had a Boat (Lyle Lovett)
Is Chicago, Is Not Chicago (Soul Coughing)
The Long Black Veil (Johnny Cash)
Tangerine (Led Zeppelin)
The Temple (Andrew Lloyd Weber)
Watermelon Smilin' on the Vine (Uncle Dave Macon)
Wild Horses (Rolling Stones)

And here are the covers Dave Matthews and Friends do (did?) that you don't have already:
American Tune (Paul Simon)
Hey Bulldog (Beatles)
Fool in the Rain (Zeppelin)
Iko Iko (James "Sugar Boy" Crawford)
Rocky Mountain Way (Joe Walsh)
The Ship Song (Nick Cave)
Solsbury Hill (Peter Gabriel)
Spanish Moon (Little Feat
Superstition (Stevie Wonder)
Tell Me Something Good (Chaka Khan)
Thank You (Falettin Me Be Mice Elf Agin) (Sly and the Family Stone)
Up on Cripple Creek (The Band)
Will It Go Round in Circles (Billy Preston)

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Fluffy
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Posted - 05/26/2008 :  6:07:03 PM  Show Profile  Send Fluffy an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Ahhhhh, thanx dancheatham. I was wondering about that. I actually just threw those few in because I was there and saw them. hehe It is nice to have the more comprehensive list from you. I was thinking about maybe starting another section at the bottom of the list for the ones with Dave & DMB since those are actually covered by Dave & DMB and TR just plays on them. Alot of folks may not see the difference but in my mind I do. LOL At the TIMe when I had only a couple of the covers from TR & Dave it seemed ridiculous to start a WHOLE new section for them so adding them to TR's list with notation seemed like the best idea. Now it looks like we have enuf for a quite respectable TR with Dave & DMB section. Do you know which ones are with DMB and which ones are with Dave? If you do and you wouldn't mind noting them in your post that would be great. THANX again!

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dancheatham
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Posted - 05/27/2008 :  01:43:31 AM  Show Profile  Visit dancheatham's Homepage  Send dancheatham an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Songs Tim has played with Dave Matthews, Dave Matthews Band, Dave Matthews & Friends, and the C-ville Allstars (a mix of TR3, DMB, Indecision, and other C-ville musicians):

The Allman Brothers Band:
- Melissa (DMB 5.31.08)

Danny Barnes:
- Caveman (DMB w/ Danny Barnes 9.4.09)
- Road (DMB w/ Danny Barnes 9.4.09)

The Band:
- Up on Cripple Creek (D&F 12.12.03)

The Beatles:
- Hey Bulldog (D&F 12.12.03)

Jimmy Buffett:
- A Pirate Looks at Forty (Jack Johnson w/ T&D 4.19.08)

Johnny Cash:
- The Long Black Veil (T&D 3.23.03)

Nick Cave:
- The Ship Song (D&F w/ Eddie Vedder 11.13.04)

Jimmy Cliff:
- The Harder They Come (C-ville Allstars 1.12.93)

James "Sugar Boy" Crawford:
- Iko Iko (D&F w/ Bob Weir 2.5.06)

Dr. John:
- Right Place, Wrong Time (C-ville Allstars 1.12.93)

Bob Dylan:
- All Along the Watchtower (DMB 3.7.93, T&D 4.22.93)
- Oh, Sister (D&F 12.16.03)

Erma Franklin:
- Piece of My Heart (C-ville Allstars 1.12.93)

Peter Gabriel:
- Sledgehammer (DMB 6.28.08)
- Solsbury Hill (D&F 12.12.03, DMB 8.4.09)

Jimi Hendrix:
- Fire (D&F 12.20.03)

Jack Johnson:
- The 3 R's (Jack Johnson w/ T&D and others 4.19.08)

King Harvest
- Dancing in the Moonlight (Michael Franti & Spearhead w/ T&D 7.2.08)

Daniel Lanois:
- For the Beauty of Wynona (DMB 10.26.98, T&D 2.10.99)
- The Maker (T&D 2.10.97, DMB 12.17.98, D&F 11.7.03)
- Still Water (T&D 3.8.07)

Led Zeppelin:
- Fool in the Rain (D&F 12.17.03)
- Tangerine (T&D 2.18.96)

Little Feat:
- Spanish Moon (D&F 2.13.03)

Lyle Lovett:
- If I Had a Boat (T&D 1.20.99)

Uncle Dave Macon:
- Watermelon Smilin' on the Vine (T&D 2.4.96)

Marilyn Manson:
- Cryptorchid (T&D 2.2.97)

Paul Newman
- Sail Away (DMB 7.4.08)

Pink Floyd:
- Money (DMB 5.31.08)

Billy Preston:
- Will It Go Round in Circles (D&F 12.12.03)

John Prine:
- Angel from Montgomery (C-ville Allstars 1.12.93, T&D 4.22.93)

The Rolling Stones:
- Bitch (DMB 6.4.08)
- Can't You Hear Me Knocking (D&F 1.16.04)
- Wild Horses (T&D 2.14.99)

Rufus(featuring Chaka Khan):
- Tell Me Something Good (D&F 12.13.03)

Paul Simon:
- American Tune (D&F 12.12.03, T&D 8.24.08)

Sly and the Family Stone:
- Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) (D&F 12.19.03, DMB 5.30.08)

Soul Coughing:
- Is Chicago, Is Not Chicago (T&D 2.19.96)

The Standells:
- Dirty Water (DMB 5.30.09)

Barrett Strong:
- Money (That's What I Want) (DMB 5.31.08)

Talking Heads:
- Burning Down the House (DMB 8.1.08)

Joe Walsh:
- Rocky Mountain Way (D&F 10.29.05)

Andrew Lloyd Weber:
- The Temple (T&D 2.23.99)

Stevie Wonder:
- Superstition (D&F 12.15.03)

Neil Young:
- Down by the River (T&D 10.27.06)
- Harvest Moon (D&F w/ Eddie Vedder 11.13.04)
- Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black) (DMB 6.3.08)
- Rockin' in the Free World (D&F w/ Eddie Vedder 11.13.04)

Up to date through 9.4.09
New covers from 2008/09 in red

Daniel Cheatham
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Gravedigger
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Posted - 06/01/2008 :  7:57:13 PM  Show Profile  Visit Gravedigger's Homepage  Send Gravedigger an AOL message  Reply with Quote
What would be epic is if one day we could have a link with an mp3 of each attached to the names.

Does anyone have Machine Gun or Hurt in MP3?

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Gravedigger
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Posted - 06/04/2008 :  3:29:18 PM  Show Profile  Visit Gravedigger's Homepage  Send Gravedigger an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Hey Hey My My (DMB)

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dancheatham
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Posted - 06/28/2008 :  12:04:26 AM  Show Profile  Visit dancheatham's Homepage  Send dancheatham an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Rob from the Almanac just pointed out to me that Tim covered Immigrant Song (partially) on 2.17.99 (T&D show).

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Gravedigger
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Posted - 07/05/2008 :  9:57:34 PM  Show Profile  Visit Gravedigger's Homepage  Send Gravedigger an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Sail Away (Randy Newman) Dave, Carter, Tim

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Gravedigger
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Posted - 07/07/2008 :  5:30:45 PM  Show Profile  Visit Gravedigger's Homepage  Send Gravedigger an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Dancing in the Moonlight (Micheal Franti and Spearhead + Dave and Tim)

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muldercat
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Posted - 07/08/2009 :  9:54:18 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Goodness!! So many covers with so many songs I'd love to hear Tim play!! I guess I'll have to hope to catch a solo show!!! Or hope that some of the older shows were recorded and uploaded! I'd love to especially hear his version of Go Tell It On The Mountain. One of my friends released a Christmas Album last year with the tune and it was great! I'm sure it would have been a lot better though had Tim played on the album! :) But don't worry, I've sent her a list of things she must hear that Tim has played with Dave or DMB. She got Big Whiskey on my advice! :)

Fingers crossed,
Millissa

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In 1993, Reynolds and Dave Matthews started playing a few acoustic duo sets. These featured Matthews music, stripped down to just the acoustic guitar, paired with Reynolds's guitar, and occasionally slide guitar. During these sets, Reynolds would play between one to four of his own pieces that spanned his own catalogue of work. After a few years these shows gained popularity, and in 1996 Matthews and Reynolds embarked on their first full tour together as a duo. In 1999, coinciding with a 40-date tour.

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awsomepath
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Posted - 07/29/2011 :  11:30:15 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
What about the acoustic shindig he did with Mule in 98?

Afro Blue
St. Stephen (jam)
The Eleven
Soulshine
I Shall Be Released
Little Wing
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