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Souls Aflame: 29%
4
Stories Of A Stranger: 14%
2
In Between Now and Then: 14%
2
The Wanderer: 14%
2
Cover Songs: 14%
2
King: 7%
1
Any Time Now: 7%
1

Show Rarity: 40.64%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Davidson College - Belk Arena 05.04.2007 - Davidson, NC With: The Roots / Ludo
  1. Set 1:
    1. Hey Girl
    2. Destination
    3. Lay Down
    4. Dareh Meyod
    5. City on Down (Organ Intro)
    6. I Feel Home &
    7. Black Rock (Bongo Intro / Blood Outro)
    8. Anyway
    9. Love and Memories
    10. Watching the Detectives
    11. Untitled
  2. Encore:
    1. Irish Rose ~
    2. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker (Officer Tag / So Lonely Outro) ->
    3. No Woman No Cry
~ Marc solo.
& Marc and Richard.
Entire show with MikelParis on keys, percussion, and vocals.

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Reviews I have seen OAR a total of 8 times now and must say that, in my opinion, this show was the best one yet. Awesome set with highlights including See You Cry -Marc acoustic, Untitled, GD's Fire on the Mountain tease during Destination, James Taylor's Carolina in my Mind, and The Police's So Lonely teases during Poker. Favorites were funky slowed-up City on Down, and closing rendition of Bob's No Woman No Cry. BIG UP to Malibu for a dazzling and energetic lighting display! -emory May 5, 2007
good show overall, little short...everytime ive seen them up north in NJ and NY its always been 18+ songs. Band did very well for the zillion times ive seen them but i guess you just dont get good crowds in the south like you get up north...cant wait to see them in august and PNC in Jersey -fromNJersey May 5, 2007
yea crowd sucked..probably because davidson is in the middle of nowhere with a small enrollment..crowds in the south are generally better than that..the roots were ok for the first hour..its like thye played one ongoing song for another hour and it got old..after sitting there for 3 hrs, oar finally came on. it was a decent show..untitled,anyway, and destination were my highlights..nice to hear no woman no cry too -skinnybwb03 May 6, 2007
Ludo was good. The Roots were good for the 1st half, then the crowd started to get restless and they kept on going. The set was good, but a little short. I though there was great crowd energy. In total, it was great -c2cash04 May 6, 2007
Show was good as always, though I don't think that arena was made for live concerts. The acoustics sucked in there. I could barely hear The Roots, though OAR sounded much better. Loved Destination w/the Fire tag. Dareh Meyod rocked as always. Opening w/Hey Girl rocked...I was kind of bored at that point and that got me pumped. -stellablue5997 May 7, 2007
I was very happy to see OAR stuck to alot of their older songs and some of their newer ones as well, the crowd was terrible to many high school and middle school kids crowd surfing and chatting but other than that OAR did an amazing job, and i really enjoyed "see you cry", and the carolina shout out in poker! peace out -jhudsonlee May 15, 2007
I really enjoyed O.A.R. but the Roots played for waaaay too long. I got there a good two hours before the show started and got in the verry front but the Roots made me a bit restless. It however was a great concert and it was my favorite setlist out of any O.A.R. concert that I've been to. -jpetey41 April 14, 2008