Konocti Harbor Resort & Spa 6/15/2001

Review by Bill Schichner (Switch to

Set list
Magical Mystery Tour
Open My Eyes
Eye In The Sky
Crazy On You
The Real Me
Hello It's Me
Bang On The Drum
Boris The Spider
My Wife
Don't Answer Me
Biggest Part Of Me
How Much I Feel
Games People Play
Dreamboat Annie
My Generation
Back In The U.S.S.R - David Pack
Baby You're A Rich Man - Ann Wilson
Lady Madonna - Todd Rundgren
Here Comes The Sun - Godfrey Townsend
I'm Down - Ann Wilson
Fool On The Hill - David Pack
While My Guitar Gently Weeps - Todd Rundgren
You Can't Do That - Godfrey Townsend
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds - David Pack
You've Got To Hide Your Love Away - Todd Rundgren (solo)
Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey - Ann Wilson
Revolution - Todd Rundgren
Blackbird - Alan Parsons (solo)
Maybe I'm Amazed - Ann Wilson
Rain - Todd Rundgren
Get Back - David Pack
Hey Bulldog - Todd Rundgren
Let It Be - David Pack / Ann Wilson
That's What I Want - Steve Luongo
Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End - Ann Wilson & All
Birthday - All
Hey Jude - Ann Wilson
This was the first night that kicked off the tour and it was simply incredible. I was surprised to see David Pack of Ambrosia included in the line up, his great voice added much to the show. The band sounded tight, and only made a few mistakes, everybody had music stands on stage except Todd, he obviously knew the music like the back of his hand. Todd was relaxed and having fun, his singing and guitar playing was impeccable. Godfrey Townsend took most of the Beatle solos, but the weren't note for note (but he tried), he and David Pack shared guitar solos and lead vocals for the first set for the A.P.P stuff. The highlight for me was Todd doing While My Guitar Gently Weeps - playing The Fool Guitar (copy), I'm glad to see he will still use it, since he sold the original, (which Godfrey acquired). Alan Parsons didn't add much to the line up, he played some keys, acoustic guitar and vocals, he did do his first solo performance of his career on Blackbird, and did it well. Ann Wilson's singing was supreme, she nailed all of her vocals, especially on Maybe I'm Amazed. John Entwhistle pounded out his bass parts so effortlessly, it was impossible to tell if he was into it though (but that's his style), Boris The Spider Rocked! The End was complete with the trading guitar solos Godfrey taking McCartneys, Pack taking Harrisons, and Todd taking Lennons, and ended with a standing ovation.

This was my first concert at the Konocti venue, and the staff was great, after a problem with a raging women in front of us, they bounced her and moved us to second row center stage, the best seat in the whole place. We got lots of eye contact from the band, waves and funny remarks from Todd. This was probably the best concert I have ever been to, worth every cent of the high ticket price. I'm going to be "high" for weeks after this.

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