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Tele295

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PostSubject: BSO rocked the Rez tonight!   Fri Dec 20, 2013 12:09 am

Great show at Chumash Casino in Santa Ynez tonight.

Here's the set list, for those interested:

Batman
dig that crazy Santa Claus 
Cat on a hot tin roof
Boogie woogie Santa claus 
sexy + 17
Joy to the world
stray cat Strut/grinch
Sleepwalk
Angels we have heard on high
Jump jive & wail
O little town of Bethlehem
Nervous breakdown 
Ring of Fire
Jingle bell rock
Fishnet stockings 
Brand new Cadillac - billy Bo 
Flintstones
Nutcracker 
Rock this town
Jingle Bells

Guitars used:
Red Hot Rod
Spotty
Orange 6120
Billy Bo

Also, no opening act for this show
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PostSubject: Re: BSO rocked the Rez tonight!   Sat Dec 21, 2013 7:55 am

Thanks for the info and glad you had a blast!
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PostSubject: Re: BSO rocked the Rez tonight!   Sat Dec 21, 2013 4:41 pm

Thanks, Tele295!  Very Happy 

So - when did they start playing "O Little Town of Bethlehem"? New for this tour? Any clips? (I need to know!  Wink  bounce bounce )
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PostSubject: Re: BSO rocked the Rez tonight!   Tue Dec 24, 2013 9:55 am

Both "O, Little Town of Bethlehem" and "A Swingin' Joy" (Joy to the World) are new to this tour, but are arrangements written by the late Frank Comstock back in 1945.  Comstock, you'll remember, was the guy who wrote the arrangement of "The Nutcracker Suite" for Les Brown in the 1940s, which is the arrangement Brian uses (with a few adjustments for guitar.)  In addition to writing for the "Wolfgang" album, he also wrote with Brian on the "Songs From Lonely Avenue" album.

Frank had all these arrangements he kept out in his garage for decades, including the two Christmas arrangements that are new to this tour.  I think he offered them to Brian back when he was writing arrangements for "Wolfgang's Big Night Out."  I hope Brian considers recording these and other Comstock treasures in the future. That guy was an extremely gifted arranger.  They could be called the Garage Band Sessions!  Very Happy 

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PostSubject: Re: BSO rocked the Rez tonight!   Wed Dec 25, 2013 6:43 pm

Thanks, Rick. I kinda suspected it was a Comstock arrangement like "Joy to the World", which is on youtube (and posted in Tavo's video thread) already. But I'd like to hear "O little town..." as well... Wink

And since you mentioned it, here's Les Brown's original version of "the Nutcracker Suite" (IMO slightly more dynamic than BSO's version). Merry Christmas, everybody!  santa 

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PostSubject: Re: BSO rocked the Rez tonight!   Wed Dec 25, 2013 7:48 pm

Wow, Gretschaholic, I had never heard the Les Brown version, so thanks for posting that link. Rick's spot on in his feedback regarding the guitar part. Thanks!
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