- Set 1:
- Wonderful Day
- Dareh Meyod (34th & 8th Intro)
- One Shot
- Lay Down
- Whose Chariot?
- Black Rock (Bongo Intro / What I Am Tag / Blood Outro)
- King of the Thing
- Program Director
- Whatever Happened
- Delicate Few
- Night Shift
- Something Coming Over
- City on Down (Organ Intro)
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Reviews Awesome energy at the show. They mentioned it was their last show before recording a new record, so I think that got them going and the crowd added back. Setlist was pretty good and I thought the band looked like they were really having a good time in Milwaukee. Great to here King of the Thing, Whose Chariot?, Delicate Few, and Dareh Meyod. Overall, I had a baller time. -ramalam September 8, 2007
Pretty nice show. Weird to see only the first half of the venue being filled. Loved hearing One Shot and Black Rock. Even Love and Memories got the crowd jumping. -Jibiti September 8, 2007
Good show overall. Lots of drunk freshman, decent setlist. The opening to what ever happened was sick. Wish I hadnt shown up for the Talib set... sounded like shit in my opinion. Can't wait for the new album although there will be very few surprises on it. -Grimmace19 September 8, 2007
Great Show overall: it sounded like some of the Milwaukee freshmen don't know the opening verse of "Delicate Few". -Good Time -kolbd46 September 10, 2007
Thought the show was solid all the way through. Probably had the best seats I've ever had @ a show - directly behind the soundboard away from the 'crowd/drunks'. The venue and total sound of the band was probably one of the best I've seen to date as well - they really seemed to put everything into this last show.
Saw the set list on the sound guy's stand, it looked like Marc had some problems with his acoustic after Delicate Few so they went into Night Shift and took out Hey Girl. I thought Dareh/Chariot was great, and I enjoyed hearing the new tune - that was the first time I've heard it. Wish the crowd would have shown a little more love on Delicate Few!
I've was a huge fan of Rich's lead work on the MSG recordings, however the MVP award goes to Jerry for the night - he tore that sax up! Chris was just groovin' on the drums as well - he doesn't get much solo time, but I think he did something during Poker that I could listen to on repeat for days - sweet stuff. Looking forward to the next album!
Talib was rough to sit through, talk about musical extremes. I also got a chance to meet Mike Paris before the show - surprised others didn't notice him sitting right in the middle just before the opener. -UWTravis September 11, 2007
Show was great, FREE! Tickets were provided by the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, so the crowd was mixed with die hard fans and first timers. The show was great, one of the best Iâ€™ve been to in awhile, and by far favorite OAR show Iâ€™ve seen live. 34th&8th intro to Dareh Meyod was insane live, and the what I am song mix in was so slick, and the blood outro had over the top emotion, I was drunk and almost died! Night Shift was explosive and poker is still crowd favorite. Stated this would be their last show until they finish recording their new record! -Steve-o- September 12, 2007