Ian Siegal & Jimbo Mathus
" Roots to the Core" tour
Podium Victorie
Alkmaar, Netherlands

20th November 2014

Source: 2xDPA4061-> MPS6020> Sony PCM-M10 [24bit/48kHz]
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Very good show with a nice interaction between 2 charismatic performers.Too bad the audience in the
ack where the bar was, was very loud. Ian commented a few times, asking them to be quiet, but nothing
helped. Usually he has a sharp tongue, but it appeared to me he gave up.
All I could do was slowly moving as forward as I could.

During the intermission I even asked the staff if they could do something to shut them up,
but they were not prepared to do anything, saying nothing will help. I know what would have helped:
closing the bar! After all there was another bar upstairs. The venues will never do that because
of pure commercial reasons.

Many people in the front rows, who had come to listen, complained about the talkers.

For the second set I almost crawled into the right speaker set in order not to hear the talkers and
catch the music from very close by.


Set One [42:24]
1. The Silver Spurs [IS]
2. Banter
3. In The Garden [JM]
4. Banter
5. Heavenly Houseboat Blues [IS] <Townes Van Zandt>
6. Banter
7. Ludello [JM]
8. Banter
9. Talking Overseas Pirate Blues [IS]
10. Jessie James [JM]
11. Banter
12. Mary Don't You Weep [IS] <traditional>
13. Banter
14. Tallahatchie [JM]

Set Two [01:15:58]
1. Second set intro
2. Ain't Going Down That Dirt Road [IS] <Howlin' Wolf>
3. Casey Jones [JM]
4. Banter
5. Gallo Del Cielo [IS] <Tom Russell>
6. Po' Boy (Long Way From Home) [JM] <Reverend KM Williams>/Motherless Children (snippet)
7. Banter
8. CCKMP [IS] <Steve Earle>
9. Banter
10. Stagolee [JM] <traditional>
11. Banter
12. Hard Times (Come Around No More) [IS] <Stephen Foster>
13. Banter
14. Old Earl [JM]
15. Encore applause/banter
16. Goodnight Irene [IS] <traditional>
17. Banter
18. Too Much Water [JM]
19. Banter
20. I'll Fly Away [IS] <Albert Edward Brumley>
21. Dirty Old Town [IS & JM] <Ewan MacColl>