9-22-10 Asheville, NC

© Cassandra Mullinix

Audio: by d3gourds
Photos: by Cassandra Mullinix / by Roddy (pending)
Video: complete show (pending)

The Gourds
The Grey Eagle
185 Clingman Avenue
Asheville, NC

01. Web Before You Walk into It
02. Country Gal > Fat Bottomed Girls (Brian May) > Country Gal
03. Maria
04. Bridgett
05. All the Way to Jericho
06. Cranky Mulatto
07. High Highs and Low Lows
08. Blanket Show
09. Best of Me
10. Tomb of Nefertari >
11. Lament
12. Darlin' Cory (trad.)
13. Rugged Roses
14. Illegal Oyster
15. The Tinys Variety Hour (Claude Bernard/Matt Cook/Travis Garaffa)
16. Take Me Back to Tulsa (Bob Wills/Tommy Duncan) *
17. Piss & Moan Blues *
18. Right in the Head
19. All in the Pack > Cissy Strut (Art Neville/Ziggy Modeliste/Leo Nocentelli/George Porter Jr.) > All in the Pack
20. Lowlands **
21. Layin Around the House
22. Up on High
23. On Time
24. Sweet Nutty
25. Lower 48 ***
26. Cracklins
27. All the Labor **** > You Ain't Goin' Nowhere (Bob Dylan) > All the Labor

*Joined by Patrick Sweany on guitar
**Kevin solo acoustic
Richmond Ditch version
****Jimmy on bass instead of guitar & Kevin on guitar instead of mandolin

A Well Respected Man (Ray Davies), A Few Extra Kilos, Ghosts of Hallelujah (down-tempo version), Valentine

Special thanks to Cassandra Mullinix, Hugh & Sara Bradburn, and Terry Burns King for the field reports. If anyone has audio/video/photos from this show, please email


  1. solid show. got there early and was happy to find a little perch above the crowd for my video camera. soundcheck had a full band complete version of valentine, which sounded great. so did the alternate arrangement of ghosts of hallelujah...neither one of which made it into the big show. sorry I didn't tape them. highlights for me were jimmy swinging from the rafters during a tune early in the set, a jamming high highs, nefertari (which I've never seen live), an old school .... & moan, and then a very strong finish to the show beginning with lowlands. also, when they muffed the end of labor they just kept playing and worked a dylan song in there seamlessly. it was just that kind of night.

  2. Argh - I missed Rugged Roses??


  3. yes, peter, you missed rugged roses...but you saw some good sh*t, no? p.s. for some reason the computer edited the word "piss" out of my initial greenville set list & comment. must be a regional thing, b/c richmond is allowing it tonight.