i got this a year or more from here... KILLER SET... have not seen it around and thought i'd up it again..
nothins changed except this etxt file.. the shn files are exactly as i got them.

enjoy! it's a great set.

tweedaddict - november 2006

Keb' Mo', Charlie Musselwhite & Dr. John
Centennial Hall,
University of Arizona
Tucson AZ

Source: SBD (recorded by audio engineer) A+
Transfer: CDR > EAC (secure/offset correct) > WAV >


1. Stingaree (1)
2. Brownsville Blues (1)
3. Clarksdale Boogie (1)
4. Baby-O (2)
5. In Your Darkest Hour (3)
6. Cristo Redentor (4)
7. That's Not Love (5)
8. You Can Love Yourself (6)
9. Every Mornin' (6)
10. Am I Wrong? (6)
11. Just Like You (6)
12. Hand It Over (6)
13. So Lonesome I Could Cry (7)

+ Filler: (Solo acoustic Keb' Mo', unknown date; SBD)

14. Every Mornin'
15. She Just Wants to Dance
16. More Than One Way Home >
17. Hand It Over

Time: 66:01
Size: 277 MB (FLAC)

(1) Charlie Musselwhite [solo] on acoustic guitar & vocal
(2) Charlie Musselwhite [solo] on electric guitar & vocal
(3) Charlie Musselwhite [solo] on electric guitar, harp & vocal
(4) Charlie Musselwhite on harp & vocal, Dr. John on piano
(5) Keb' Mo' [solo] on acoustic slide guitar, harp & vocal
(6) Keb' Mo' [solo] on acoustic guitar & vocal
(7) Keb' Mo' on acoustic guitar & vocal, Musselwhite on harp & vocal, Dr. John on piano

My notation differs from that found at the etree listing, which I believe to be a little off. This seems to be all of this date that circulates, but I'm convinced that it's incomplete. The funky Dr. is poorly represented in spite of his top billing in the tour promotion I was able to find...

"Three-time Grammy Award winner Dr. John headlines the first-annual House of Blues Presents U.S. tour, making a stop at UA Centennial Hall this week. He and his three-piece combo will helm the nine-week tour, visiting 41 cities. They'll be supported by harp virtuoso Charlie Musselwhite and 1997 Grammy winning (for Best Contemporary Blues Album) steel guitarist-songwriter Keb' Mo'."

It's quite possible this is the entire show, other than Dr. John's set. There is no alternative listing for this date at etree that I could find; no Dr. John show listed, no Charlie Musselwhite show either. I'd speculate that Dr. John's personal policy may have prohibited taping of his sets. Maybe there's some audience tapes out there, but I haven't come across any.

I found one trader's music list that indicated Charlie & Dr. John were the opening act(s) for Keb' Mo', but given the Dr.'s headline status, and the brevity of Keb's set, logic dictates that Charlie & Keb' probably opened for Dr. John. If anyone has any more detailed info, or feels compelled to research further, feel free to share your information, thanks. If you were sober enough to remember being there, we'd love to hear from you too!

The sound quality of this recording is beautifully crystal clear, enjoy.