|AndersonPonty Band - Fox Theatre - Tucson, AZ
||Owner of the Lonely Heart
||Listening with Me
||Time and a Word
||Infinite Mirage>Soul Eternal
||Enigmatic Ocean>Drums>Enigmatic Ocean>Band Intros
||New New World
||Intro: Spoken Word: part of "The Revealing Science of God"
||Long Distance Runaround
||State of Independence
||And You and I
||We Remembering>Your's Is No Disgrace>We Remembering
||Gates of Delerium (closing part)
|Jon Anderson & Jean-Luc Ponty
April 28, 2016
Source: Core Sound Binaural Mics>Core Sound Bass Roll Off Filter>Edirol RO9 @24bit/44.1khz
01) Opening (2:51)
04) Owner of the Lonely Heart (5:31)
05) Listening with Me (8:09)
06) Time and a Word (7:55)
07) Infinite Mirage>Soul Eternal (11:22)
08) Enigmatic Ocean>Drums>Enigmatic Ocean>Band Intros (16:46)
09) New New World (5:16)
01) Intro: Spoken Word: part of "The Revealing Science of God" (1:32)
02) New Country (3:32)
04) Wonderous Stories (5:01)
05) Long Distance Runaround (5:03)
06) Renaissance (9:40)
07) State of Independence (8:27)
08) Jig (6:59)
09) And You and I (9:40)
10) Bass Solo (3:28)
11) Roundabout (8:10)
12) We Remembering>Your's Is No Disgrace>We Remembering (6:07)
13) Gates of Delerium (closing part) (5:06)
Jon Anderson - vocals, guitar
Jean-Luc Ponty - violin
Keith Jones - bass
Rayford Griffinge - drums
Wally Minko - keys
Jamie Glaser - guitar
Lineage: Edirol RO9 USB out>Dell Inspiron 530S HD>AUDACITY to 16bit/44.1 khz>TLH>FLAC
-when I first saw the ads for this show, despite these 2 musicians being 2 of my all time favorites, I thought it was an odd pairing, but my curiosity was
peaked, so I was determined to go & be open minded about it. Well, I'm glad I did! Very interesting and engaging show - even better on 2nd listen & that's
always a confirmation of something that'll grow on you in its brilliance over time - think that's where this one is headed. If it wasn't one of Jon's solo
or Yes tunes, then he wrote lyrics to some of Jean-Luc's classics & it works! Of course the lyrics are Jon's continued idealistic interest in the spiritual
part of us and hope for humanity to get our act together, so on new age side so to speak (I'm fine with all that personally). Definitely a prog rock show,
not a jazz fusion show, though a couple of Jean-Luc's tunes are without any vocals from Jon.
-the band was incredible: all 4 of the musicians just top notch! And as for Jean-Luc: check out the solo he takes in "And You and I" - just mesmerizing -
literally froze the crowd in entrancement. The drum & bass solos are great too. Jon's voice was great as ever and he talked to the crowd frequently between
-I was a little to right of soundboard in center on floor. Once again very happy with the results with the Cores - real nice recording - turn it up & it's
like being there!
-Place was maybe 60% full - mainly us older folks, but a good amount of ladies too, not just the guys. Break was 20 minutes or so.
-this may have been 1st show of tour - did notice setlist is different in sequence with other shows & some different tunes too, so they're mixing it up night
to night it seems - that's great imo!
-another Sonoran Desert Recording taped, mastered and seeded by Matt23.
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