Blue Note, Columbia, MO
April 28, 1994

-Source: CSB mics (battery box) clipped on glasses > Denon DTR-80P
-Transfer: Master DAT > Tascam DA-20 > M-Audio Audiophile USB > PC > Wavelab 5.0 (editing, fades, normalizing) > Flac (Level 6)> Zayver > Foobar2K-LiveShowTagger > TLH (.ffp,md5,SBEs check,test encode - All Pass)
-Taped and transferred by mrpember (transfer, November 2007)
-Zayver Source: Owl and Bear Archive - Uploaded August 2017

-Disc 1 (79:50)

01- Chickamauga
02- Watch Me Fall
03- Grindstone
04- Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down [trad]
05- Fifteen Keys
06- Long Cut
07- Anodyne
08- New Madrid
09- Slate
10- Atomic Power [Louvin Brothers]
11- Postcard
12- Gun
13- High Water
14- Acuff-Rose
15- True to Life
16- We've Been Had
17- Give Back the Key To My Heart [Doug Sahm]

-Encore 1

18- No Depression [trad]
19- Looking For a Way Out

-Encore 2

20- Willin' [Little Feat] (w/ Brian Henneman, guitar)
21- Gimme Three Steps [Lynyrd Skynyrd] (w/ Brian Henneman, vocal and guitar)

*UNCLE TUPELO LINEUP #3 (January 1993 - May 1 1994)

-Jay Farrar -- Guitar, Vocals
-Jeff Tweedy -- Bass, Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
-Ken Coomer -- Drums

-Max Johnston -- Fiddle, Lap Steel, Dobro, Mandolin, Banjo
-John Stirrat -- Guitar, Bass (from June, 1993 on)

-Notes: This is another great show from UT, mrpember did himself proud taping,transfering and sharing this gig. I'm thankful to him and all his hard work and passion for his craft. UT's first show kicking off there final two gig stint at the Blue Note and onward to their final two shows at Mississippi Nights(A Must Have). Down below I included mrpemper's notes, he can do justice to the adventure of this roadtrippin' musical journey. Once again I would like to thank him and Owl and Bear for the conservation of these Archives so we can share and enjoy. Thank You! Enjoy, more to follow...

-NOTES: mrpember Taper/transfer

This show was part of a whirlwind long weekend. My friend Marcus and I saw
Superchunk at the Cat's Cradle on Wednesday night (April 27), and then took
off at 3 AM for Columbia to catch the first of the final four Uncle Tupelo
shows. We drove straight through, getting to town at 5 PM. The bill that
night was Blue Mountain, the Bottle Rockets playing acoustic and debuting
some of the songs from BROOKLYN SIDE, and then UT. UT's set was pretty
standard for this tour, with the highlight being Brian Henneman coming out
for the second encore.

Sound is good on this, though it is not quite as crisp as I'd like. The PA
at the Blue Note was always "mushy" back in those days, even if you you
were right up close.

*Jpegs courtesy of http://www.factorybelt.net/shows94.htm Thank YOU
(Thanks to Aaron Stoker for the scan)

Images for all shows as well as full size images for this show.

Images for this show:

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