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Stories Of A Stranger: 24%
4
The Wanderer: 24%
4
In Between Now and Then: 18%
3
Souls Aflame: 18%
3
Risen: 6%
1
Cover Songs: 6%
1
Unreleased: 6%
1

Show Rarity: 32.14%
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Muhlenberg College - Memorial Hall Gymnasium 11.14.2004 - Allentown, PA With: Ben Lee / Ari Hest
  1. Set 1:
    1. 52-50
    2. Old Man Time
    3. Wonderful Day
    4. Anyway
    5. Nasim Joon ->
    6. Hey Girl (Date Intro / Hush Little Baby Outro)
    7. Dareh Meyod
    8. So Moved On
    9. Dakota
    10. Delicate Few
    11. Release
    12. About Mr. Brown
    13. Missing Pieces
    14. That Was a Crazy Game of Poker

  2. Set 2:
    1. Short a Try ~
    2. Black Rock
    3. City on Down
~ Marc solo.

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Reviews Show was great excellent setlist. Was very happy to meet up with some other board members Harry and kelly. Can't wait for Sat. -Jeffair728 November 14, 2004
Awesome show, awesome energy... my fourth show and it was the best I've seen... band's come a long way with their jams, and it was evident tonight. -jwc197 November 15, 2004
wow...tonight was super impressive. Ben Lee was amazing as always. what a kick ass start to the show! everyone should check him out. this was the best O.A.R. crowd yet. there was no B.S. and everyone was singing loud and enthusiastically. the band was just ON FIRE..especially jerry who had several ridiculous solos! this was my first time hearing "short a try"...and it was a long time coming. very nice! also the first time i heard "the dakota". not spectacular, but enjoyable. "delicate few" could have been the best version yet. the crowd was super loud on that one. and whatever the "hey girl" intro was (i have no idea what it was...and i don't mean the 'date intro' part...there was something else even before that) it was a really nice touch. i'm still amazed how they continue to take "poker" to new places. my only small complaint is that i like "52,50" but it's a pretty weak opener. "so moved on" and "wonderful day" were great as always. and a three song encore, ending with "city on down"....WOW! what a great night! see ya saturday at Villanova! -sweartoyoutrue November 15, 2004
OAR went on really early and I missed a few of the songs. I wasn't a fan of the openers so I figured I would go late. The songs I did see were amazing. The fans here didn't really seem into it from where I was. Just my 2 cents. -Genix November 15, 2004
The intro to Hey Girl was Nasim Joon, pretty good version. 52-50 has come a pretty long way since the last time I heard it. Same with The Dakota. -irrigator November 15, 2004
Great Show....This is the 1st time I have heard Short A Try, Nasim Joon and the full delicate few LIVE...They were great.

In my opinion...I thought the crowd was pretty weak...They were strong on Delicate Few, City and of course Poker. But knowbody knew what was going on with 5250 or so moved on...

Highlights of night were def. So moved on and short a try....I like the lyrics that short a try had in them..different than before. -BraceOAR November 15, 2004
I loved this show! Hey Girl was crazy, the intro to it was the best i've heard. Like always, Poker was really good. Black Rock and City On Down were very good, a great choice to end the show. The crowd got involved in some of the songs, but not all of them. Overall it was a great show -curt932 November 15, 2004
I've been an O.A.R. fan for quite sometime and finally got the chance to see them. Even better than I expected. Great energy and vibes. I really liked Ben Lee too, but I unfortunately missed Ari Hest. Overall, great show and can't wait for my next one. -unclejack07 November 15, 2004
My grandmother works at Muhlenberg and I was lucky enough for her to get tickets for my friends and I. Especially lucky, my friends mom works there also and got us in a half hour early before the doors were officially opened. We were able to get as close as possible, that being up against the bar. It was so amazing. It was one of the greatest experiences of my life and I will never forget it. As always "Hey Girl" and "That Was A Crazy Game of Poker" were beyond great. Their solos and such were awesome. I look forward for their return to the area. Hopefully it will be soon. -HeyGirlTori November 16, 2004
one of the most amazing concerts i ever went to. setlist was great. really hope to hear sunday bloody sunday. next stop...villanova -Cappa November 16, 2004
this was O.A.R. show number 4, and the best of the 4 so far i would say. highlights were definitely Black Rock, City On Down, and Delicate Few. Mr. Jerry DiPizzo was absolutely tearing it up on the sax! Incredible show, can't wait to see them again -onecrazygame November 16, 2004
This is the third time ive seen OAR and this show was probably the best ive seen yet. Ive been waiting to hear So Moved On for a long time amd it finally happened. I live in philly and i was at the electric factory the first time they played 52-50 and that song has come a long way, it seems to be becoming more of high energy song. So over all great show, and OAR get ur ass back in philly lol. -phillymike25 January 6, 2005
This was by far the best show yet .. the crowd was great .. the setlist was amazing & the guys seemed so into the show. "52-50", "So Moved On" & "Old Man Time" were incredible .. only dissapointment was the teenies there & they didn't sing "Untitled". -MegP January 6, 2005