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In Between Now and Then: 40%
4
Souls Aflame: 30%
3
The Wanderer: 20%
2
Cover Songs: 10%
1

Show Rarity: 36.92%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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University Of Minnesota - Northrop Auditorium 02.27.2004 - Minneapolis, MN With: Robert Randolph & The Family Band / Toothpick
  1. Set 1:
    1. Dareh Meyod
    2. Hey Girl (Marley Intro / Hush Little Baby Outro)
    3. Missing Pieces (Lively Up Yourself Tag)
    4. So Moved On
    5. Right on Time
    6. City on Down
    7. Risen $
    8. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker %
    9. Anyway * $
  2. Encore:
    1. Fool in the Rain * # +
* with Robert Randolph of Robert Randolph & The Family Band on pedal steel.
* with Danyel Morgan of Robert Randolph & The Family Band on bass.
# with Jason Crosby of Robert Randolph & The Family Band on keys.
$ with Jason Crosby of Robert Randolph & The Family Band on violin.
+ with Marcus Randolph of Robert Randolph & The Family Band on percussion.
% with Toothpick on vocals.

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Reviews Best version of Fool In The Rain -TuesdaysComin July 9, 2004
This was an AMAZING show. The Balcony was literally shaking up and down. A Must for all O.A.R. Fans. The audio from this show is also excellent quality! -Sweeper720 July 11, 2004
WOW!!! This show rocked! So Moved On [w/ Just Like Heaven (The Cure)Tag] was awesome... the audio is incredible!!! -BigMike2k3 July 11, 2004
This show was super powerful. Robert Randolph ripped the stage up. OAR had "SO" much energy. The setlist was a bit small but the songs they played were great. Too bad Robert Randolph and the Family band broke up poker. Toothpick's rhymes were nice during poker. Our seats were just underneath the balcony and I can say that the balcony was bouncing up and down at least two feet. -oarinnorthdakota July 13, 2004
This has to be one of the best shows I have ever seen. Got to go backstage before the show and hang out, and had beer with the guys. This is a must have. -bandy March 29, 2005
Amazing show, amazing energy from the crowd. Robert Randolph was a perfect match with OAR. Starting to think it is better to see OAR when the venue is all seats. No idiots trying to crowd surf. And being on the balcony when it was shaking was unbelievable!! -Rans54 November 11, 2005