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Medeski Martin & Wood 11/20/08
The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA
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Source Summary flac16; AKG 483 (DIN) > Bumblebee MiAGi-II Silver Cables > ACM 671 (24/48); 671 > USB > PC > SF8 (resample, dither) > CDWave > FLAC lv 8; Taped and Transferred by: Mike Vescovo ([email protected])  
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Medeski, Martin and Wood
November 20, 2008
The Fillmore
San Francisco, CA

Source: AKG 483 (DIN) > Bumblebee MiAGi-II Silver Cables > ACM 671 (24/48)
Location: left of board
Transfer: 671 > USB > PC > SF8 (resample, dither) > CDWave > FLAC lv 8
Taped and Transferred by: Mike Vescovo ([email protected])

Set One/Disc One:

01. Open / Improv
02. Chantes Des Femmes > Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down [@11:22] >
03. Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down cont'd > "Satan's Little Helper" [@2:05]
04. Kota
05. Gwyra Mi
06. Wonton

Set Two/Disc Two:

01. Walk Back
02. Jean's Scene
03. Broken Mirror
04. "Clifton"
05. Undone
06. Crosstown Traffic
2nd Encore:
07. Baby, Let Me Follow You Down

Notes: All song titles are unofficial/official titles as they were taken from the bands setlist. I've listed them in quotation marks as some of the names will likely change before being released on the third Radiolarians disc. The second encore, from Radiolarian series two, was entitled such by a fan and most likely isn't what the band was calling it.
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09/11/2009 duggy Updated setlist with actual song titles.

"Clifton" did not make it onto the album Radiolarians III -- perhaps it'll be in the box set due out in November.

The other "song" not to make it onto the album is what I have labeled above as "Satan's Little Helper" -- this is the groovy section that always appears to be tied to and follows Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down, but this section does not seem to be part of that old traditional song. Instead it seems like a separate jam they tacked on in the live setting as it does not appear on the album either. So in a Simpsons sort of mood I named it "Satan's Little Helper" just to distinguish it from the song proper.