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Album Stats
Souls Aflame: 25%
4
Stories Of A Stranger: 19%
3
In Between Now and Then: 19%
3
Risen: 13%
2
Cover Songs: 13%
2
The Wanderer: 6%
1
Unreleased: 6%
1

Show Rarity: 33.43%
Show rarity is the average rarity of all songs played at the show.
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Universal Lending Pavilion 07.24.2004 - Denver, CO With: Howie Day / Matt Nathanson
  1. Set 1:
    1. Windy City Man
    2. Risen
    3. So Moved On
    4. City on Down ->
    5. With or Without You *
    6. King of the Thing
    7. Wonderful Day
    8. Heard the World
    9. Delicate Few (Simpsons Tag)
    10. Lay Down
    11. Night Shift
    12. Release
    13. Hey Girl
    14. Dareh Meyod
    15. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker
  2. Encore:
    1. Anyway $
* with Matt Nathanson on vocals.
$ with Robert Randolph of Robert Randolph & The Family Band on pedal steel.

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Reviews Amazing show. It was awesome to see Robert Randolph on Anyway and Nathanson on With or Without You. They played a new version of Lay Down, which was better than the original. King of the Thing > Wonderful Day > Heard the World was an awesome combination. Overall, great experience, makes up for 7/23 being cancelled. -Kingofthething34 July 25, 2004
Great Show. It was too bad that they didn't get to play on 7/23 at such a cool location. Matt Nathanson has my up most respect he played great. Seeing Robert Randolph on the encore with Anyway was just amazing. All in all a great show. -nowherefast73 July 25, 2004
Great show, as always for O.A.R. Why is the taping not submitted yet? Marc said at the show that they were recoding it, so whoever has it should try to put it up there a.s.a.p! I was so excited when they said they were going to play Lay Down because I asked them to play it in Denver a previous show and they said they would be ready by then. It was a completely different version, but I agree w/ kingofthing34 that it was a better version, even though I liked the old one too. -karen_20_99 July 28, 2004
Amazing show! Wasnt planning on going but decided to go at that last minute and drove six hours to see it. very memorable show. six buddies just got back from iraq two days prior and we all went. nathanson, day and oar all played great. king of the thing, release and anyway were unbelievable. robert randolph and nathanson did awesome. Definitely one of the best shows that i have seen. -broncobubba July 29, 2004
Sweet show as always!! Robert Randolph was across the street opening for Clapton. When he was done he came over and hung out with O.A.R. He played 3 or 4 jams with them at the end of the show. Unbelievable. Good Times! -ch3d December 22, 2004