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Disco Biscuits 06/26/07
Chameleon Club, Lancaster, PA
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08/08/2007
Source Summary livedownloads.com DSBD; Do NOT trade this recording by any means, this is merely listed as reference.  
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Disco Biscuits "billed as Tractorbeam"
06.26.2007
Chameleon Club - Lancaster, PA

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Disc 1: Set I:
01 Abraxas>         (13:24)
02 Confrontation> (06:05)
03 Run Like Hell> (13:39)

Disc 2: Set I(cont):
01 Songs Of Joy> (11:18)
02 Digital Buddha> (11:12)
03 Mr. Don         (35:49)

Disc 3: Set II:
01 intro (02:36)
02 Confrontation> (05:29)
03 Digital Buddha> (06:21)
04 Run Like Hell (02:43)
05 Mindless Dribble>         (08:25)
06 Lunar Pursuit> (19:11)
07 The Great Abyss (09:40)

from livedownloads.com:
We are very excited to release the performance of Tractorbeam from the Chameleon Club in Lancaster, PA on June 26, 2007. Tractorbeam was conceived as a different concert experience...something more akin to a DJ club set. Tractorbeam plays completely instrumental. The big highlight of the night was a mammoth rendition of Mr. Don. This wasn't any ordinary version of Mr. Don, but rather one that went back in time. On May 7, 1998, The Biscuits played the Chameleon Club for the first time. They debuted two cover songs that night: The Beatles' Norwegian Wood and Prince's 1999. Also that night they played a version of Mr. Don that many fans still consider a benchmark jam that defined a very creative time period for the band. Coming back 9 years later, these songs resurfaced as spontaneous jams in the extended intro of yet another epic Mr. Don. Also of note, Mindless Dribble has a phenomenally psychedelic intro, reminiscent of classic versions of the song. We are pleased to share this live experience with you and hope you enjoy it.
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03/10/2009 lerond Looks to me like this show is OK to trade now; it's no longer listed at live diownloads; instead, it's up on the archive at