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PostPosted: Thu November 27th, 2014, 10:58 GMT 
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I liked Denny Freeman, he did a great job on the rock'n'roll numbers. I loved his playing on It's Alright Ma, especially the 2008 version with the electric guitar and banjo (Vienna 2008 for example). Charlie is great too though, he plays the newer stuff really well.


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PostPosted: Mon December 15th, 2014, 12:24 GMT 
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Stashing this here from another thread so it doesn't get orphaned:

h.egbert wrote:
For those interested:

I just updated the Excel sheet with all the NET line-ups.

If you like, this is the download link

https://www.sendspace.com/file/9tws3u


Thanks Egbert!

A lot of good related info from Masked, SydKat & others on page 1 of this "Incarnation" thread, too!


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PostPosted: Mon December 15th, 2014, 18:28 GMT 
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Iv'e got a few gaps, BIG GAPS. Saw all the different incarnations with Petty and the Dead, also first NET band, but missed 89 - 06.
Sad too as the recordings with JJ & Bucky and Larry & Charlie are are my favorites. :(


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PostPosted: Sat December 20th, 2014, 02:14 GMT 
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arabia wrote:
Iv'e got a few gaps, BIG GAPS. Saw all the different incarnations with Petty and the Dead, also first NET band, but missed 89 - 06.
Sad too as the recordings with JJ & Bucky and Larry & Charlie are are my favorites. :(

89-06? Whoa. Major condolences on that gap, Arabia!
Fill it with boots, I guess.


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PostPosted: Sat December 20th, 2014, 22:40 GMT 
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Missed Bangla Desh......Bob, George, Leon, and Ringo.....am i missing anyone else ?


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PostPosted: Tue December 23rd, 2014, 04:29 GMT 
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Missed Bangla Desh......Bob, George, Leon, and Ringo.....am i missing anyone else ?

Not if you're talking about the Bob set you're not.
If your talking about the actual song Bangladesh then that's another story.


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PostPosted: Thu December 25th, 2014, 21:17 GMT 
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Yes....talking about the bob set at the concert for bangla desh........ Thanks.


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PostPosted: Sat December 27th, 2014, 14:25 GMT 
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So know I know I've seen 11 NET incarnations play over the years:

21st NET Band - 449 shows - 10-4-09 to 12-3-14 (+ ?)
Tony Garnier on Bass, George Receli on Drums, Stu Kimball on Rhythm Guitar, Donnie Herron on Pedal steel, Lap Steel, Banjo, Violin, and Mandolin, Charlie Sexton on Lead Guitar
8 times (2010, 2011, 2013)

20th NET Band - 441 shows - 4-15-05 to 8-16-09
Tony Garnier, George Receli, Stu Kimball, Donnie Herron, and Denny Freeman on Lead Guitar
8 times (2005, 2006, 2007, 2009)

18th NET Band - 78 shows - 6-4-04 to 11-21-04
Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell, George Receli, and Stu Kimball
2 times

16th NET Band - 94 shows - 4-18-03 to 4-14-04
Tony Garnier, George Receli, Larry Campbell, and Freddie Koella on Guitar
2 times (2003)

13th NET Band - 91 shows - 1-31-02 to 11-22-02
Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell, Charlie Sexton, and George Receli
2 times

12th NET Band - 288 shows - 6-5-99 to 11-24-01
Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell on Guitar, Pedal Steel, Lap Steel, Mandolin, and Cittern, Charlie Sexton, and David Kemper on Drums
4 times (2000, 2001)

11th NET Band - 242 shows - 3-31-97 to 5-2-99
Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell on Guitar, Bucky Baxter on Pedal Steel and Slide Guitar, and David Kemper on Drums
2 times (1998)

9th NET Band - 358 shows - 2-5-93 to 8-4-96
Tony Garnier, Bucky Baxter on Pedal Steel and Slide Guitar, John Jackson on Guitar, and Winston Watson on Drums
3 times (1993, 1994, 1996)

7th NET Band - 44 shows - 4-27-92 to 9-5-92
Tony Garnier, John Jackson, Bucky Baxter, and 2 Drummers: Ian Wallace and Charlie Quintana
1 time

5th NET Band - 80 shows - 4-19-91 to 11-20-91
Tony Garnier, John Jackson, and Ian Wallace on Drums
2 times

2nd NET Band - 163 shows - 6-3-89 to 10-19-90
G.E. Smith on Guitar, Tony Garnier, and Christopher Parker on Drums
1 time (1989)


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PostPosted: Sat January 31st, 2015, 10:51 GMT 
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Looking forward to seeing the current incarnation again.


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PostPosted: Fri February 13th, 2015, 22:24 GMT 
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Ditto


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PostPosted: Tue March 29th, 2016, 12:14 GMT 
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Still Go Barefoot wrote:
SydKat wrote:
Ok, timeline is done. I know there's probably at least a few mistakes in there so if anyone sees something, please let me know!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Never_Ending_Tour#Timeline

First of all,
A big Hats Off to SydKat!
This is great. It blew the version that I had in my head right out of the Universe.
Right out. Grand slam!
Nicely done.
And thanks to Masked for getting this rolling.
And Bjorner.

Perhaps the next project could be the pre-NET days?


If you haven't viewed this timeline yet you are in for a treat.
23 NET bands and it looks like the 21st band will continue in Japan next week.
Are you ready? Get ready.


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PostPosted: Wed March 30th, 2016, 00:31 GMT 
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Here are some updated numbers:

For anyone who wants to know the all-time NET Band totals here are the stats with the band members and the start and end dates of each band:

1. 21st Band - 536 shows - 10-4-09 to 11-22-15 Tony Garnier on Bass, George Receli on Drums, Stu Kimball on Rhythm Guitar, Donnie Herron on Pedal steel, Lap Steel, Banjo, Violin, and Mandolin, Charlie Sexton on Lead Guitar
2. 20th NET Band- 441 shows - 4-15-05 to 8-16-09 Tony Garnier, George Receli, Stu Kimball, Donnie Herron, and Denny Freeman on Lead Guitar
3. 9th NET Band- 358 shows - 2-5-93 to 8-4-96 Tony Garnier, Bucky Baxter on Pedal Steel and Slide Guitar, John Jackson on Guitar, and Winston Watson on Drums
4. 12th NET Band- 288 shows - 6-5-99 to 11-24-01 Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell on Guitar, Pedal Steel, Lap Steel, Mandolin, and Cittern, Charlie Sexton, and David Kemper on Drums
5. 11th NET Band- 242 shows - 3-31-97 to 5-2-99 Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell on Guitar, Bucky Baxter on Pedal Steel and Slide Guitar, and David Kemper
6. 2nd NET Band- 163 shows - 6-3-89 to 10-19-90 G.E. Smith on Guitar, Tony Garnier, and Christopher Parker on Drums
7. 16th NET Band- 94 shows - 4-18-03 to 4-14-04 Tony Garnier, George Receli, Larry Campbell, and Freddie Koella on Guitar
8. 13th NET Band- 91 shows - 1-31-02 to 11-22-02 Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell, Charlie Sexton, and George Receli
9. 5th NET Band- 80 shows - 4-19-91 to 11-20-91 Tony Garnier, John Jackson, and Ian Wallace on Drums
10. 1st NET Band- 78 shows - 6-7-88 to 6-8-89 G.E. Smith, Kenny Aaronson on Bass, and Christopher Parker
10. 18th NET Band- 78 shows - 6-4-04 to 11-21-04 Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell, George Receli, and Stu Kimball
12. 7th NET Band- 44 shows - 4-27-92 to 9-5-92 Tony Garnier, John Jackson, Bucky Baxter, and both Ian Wallace and Charlie Quintana on Drums
13. 10th NET Band- 39 shows - 10-17-96 to 2-24-97 Tony Garnier, John Jackson, Bucky Baxter, and David Kemper
14. 19th NET Band- 30 shows - 1st concert 3-7-05 to last concert 4-22-05 Tony Garnier, George Receli, Denny Freeman, Stu Kimball, Donnie Herron, and Elana Fremerman (now Elana James) on Violin
15. 22nd NET Band- 27 shows - 4-5-13 to 6-30-13 Tony Garnier, George Receli, Stu Kimball, Donnie Herron, and Duke Robillard on Guitar
16. 8th NET Band- 26 shows - 9-6-92 to 11-15-92 Tony Garnier, John Jackson, Bucky Baxter, and both Ian Wallace and Winston Watson on Drums
16. 17th NET Band- 26 shows - 2-28-04 to 4-4-04 Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell, Freddie Koella, and both George Receli and Richie Hayward on Drums
18. 3rd NET Band- 22 shows - 10-21-90 to 11-18-90 Tony Garnier, Christopher Parker, John Staehely on Guitar, and Cesar Diaz on Guitar
18. 6th NET Band- 22 shows - 3-18-92 to 4-24-92 Tony Garnier, John Jackson, Bucky Baxter, and Ian Wallace
20. 4th NET Band- 21 shows - 1-28-91 to 3-2-91 Tony Garnier, John Jackson, Cesar Diaz, and Ian Wallace
21. 14th NET Band- 16 shows - 1st show 4-23-02 and last show 5-12-02 Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell, Charlie Sexton, and Jim Keltner on Drums
22. 15th NET Band- 11 shows - 2-6-03 to 2-26-03 Tony Garnier, Larry Campbell, George Receli, and Bill Burnette on Guitar
22. 23rd NET Band- 11 shows - 1st show 7-15-13 and last show 8-4-13 Tony Garnier, George Receli, Stu Kimball, Donnie Herron, and Colin Linden on Guitar

Hopefully I didn't make any mistakes or typos. Apologies in advance if you find any. The best source for this info can be found at http://www.bjorner.com.


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PostPosted: Wed March 30th, 2016, 00:35 GMT 
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The first garage band with GE was special.

Other than that, 1999-2002 had the best band IMO.


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PostPosted: Wed March 30th, 2016, 02:12 GMT 
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Absolutely the 12th for me


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PostPosted: Mon April 4th, 2016, 23:34 GMT 
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restless wrote:
Absolutely the 12th for me

Yeah, those were good years...


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PostPosted: Sun April 24th, 2016, 12:57 GMT 
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This 21st Band is pretty damn tight though.
Would be fun to get 'em movin' fast enough to get folks shakin' their bones again.
Not a complaint, just an observation.


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PostPosted: Sun May 1st, 2016, 16:04 GMT 
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Sorry for my lazyness. I only updated my NET-lineup file right now.

Here you can download an excel sheet I created for myself and those who are interested.


https://www.sendspace.com/file/v1m84q


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PostPosted: Sun May 1st, 2016, 16:12 GMT 
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Still Go Barefoot wrote:
This 21st Band is pretty damn tight though.
Would be fun to get 'em movin' fast enough to get folks shakin' their bones again.
Not a complaint, just an observation.

I am curious about whether that will happen in October at the Big Geezer Festival. Bob Inc seem to be promoting it as some kind of second coming of the RTR, so if Band 21 is still playing, they may have to step it up a bit.


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movin_after_midnight wrote:
Still Go Barefoot wrote:
This 21st Band is pretty damn tight though.
Would be fun to get 'em movin' fast enough to get folks shakin' their bones again.
Not a complaint, just an observation.

I am curious about whether that will happen in October at the Big Geezer Festival. Bob Inc seem to be promoting it as some kind of second coming of the RTR, so if Band 21 is still playing, they may have to step it up a bit.


I reckon it will happen already this summer although not to the extent a lot of us would hope for. I think both this summer and at Oldchella we will see a variation of what he played last summer in Mainz, Tübingen and select other open air stops in Europe, as there will not be an intermission with other acts on the bill.

So it will basically The Set light with some overplayed 60s songs thrown in for good measure.


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PostPosted: Thu May 19th, 2016, 11:14 GMT 
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I reckon it'd be nice to see a Mainzy-Tübingeny-type list at this point.
I still love listening to Till I Fell In Love from that Mainz show. Love how he eases into and out of it.


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PostPosted: Fri June 3rd, 2016, 11:11 GMT 
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Expecting the same band lineup tomorrow, especially with Desert Storm coming up this Fall.


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PostPosted: Fri June 3rd, 2016, 11:55 GMT 

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Where's Brian Blades?


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PostPosted: Fri June 3rd, 2016, 21:47 GMT 
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Don't know Blades. But Blade is still cranking with The Fellowship, most likely.
George is solid, doesn't need replacing.
Don't think Blade ever made it to the stage beyond the TOOM studio. Not 100% sure, though.


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Still Go Barefoot wrote:
Don't know Blades. But Blade is still cranking with The Fellowship, most likely.
George is solid, doesn't need replacing.
Don't think Blade ever made it to the stage beyond the TOOM studio. Not 100% sure, though.


Early 2002, like 4/13 or something


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PostPosted: Sat June 4th, 2016, 11:09 GMT 
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What'll ya know...thanks for that tidbit Monk!
Hadta post the set list too

Frankfurt, Germany
Jahrhunderthalle
April 15, 2002


I Am The Man, Thomas(acoustic)
The Times They Are A-Changin' (acoustic) (Larry on cittern)
It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) (acoustic) (Larry on cittern and Charlie on dobro)
My Back Pages (acoustic) (Bob on harp and Larry on fiddle)
Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again (Larry on acoustic guitar)
Moonlight (Tony on standup bass)
Solid Rock
Lonesome Day Blues (Larry on slide guitar)
Mr. Tambourine Man (acoustic) (Bob on harp)
Mama, You Been On My Mind (acoustic) (Bob on harp)
Tangled Up In Blue (acoustic)
Summer Days (Tony on standup bass)
Shelter From The Storm (Bob on harp and Larry on pedal steel)
The Wicked Messenger (Bob on harp)
Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 (Larry on steel guitar)
(encore)

Man Of Constant Sorrow
Like A Rolling Stone
Knockin' On Heaven's Door(acoustic) (Charlie on electric guitar)
Honest With Me (Larry on slide guitar)
Blowin' In The Wind (acoustic) (Bob on harp)

Featured on all songs on percussion (shaker, tambourine, bongos):
Brady Blade


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