All you Fuller fans - listen to this one!

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All you Fuller fans - listen to this one!

Postby Rip Lee » Wed Mar 26, 2008 2:02 pm

Found this posted on Utube today - pretty damn good! Once you get in there there are several others, Truck Stop Girl and a new version of Sailin Shoes from the recent Illinois concert. ALMOST as good as being there - great videos - enjoy..

http://youtube.com/watch?v=vXLbxr-cj_Q :lol:
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Postby Tom » Sun Apr 20, 2008 2:23 pm

Hi Rip,

I hope all is well, always nice to hear from you.

Thanks for the psot, it's great stuff !!!

I've been going at it here, and I'm also hoping to get some video on site or at the very least youtube.

The guy who put that on there also had a few nice words about the show:



Craig Fuller opened the show with a solo acoustic set. Craig was one of the founders of Pure Prairie League, and was lead vocalist for Little Feat from 1988 to 1993 (more on Craig Fuller.)

I do have the set list from the Springfield show:

CRAIG FULLER SET
Truck Stop Girl
Jazzman
Night Train
Try Too Hard
Long Time Till I Get Over You
Cost Of Doing Business
Sailin' Shoes (with Paul Barrere, Fred Tackett and Sam Clayton of Little Feat)

Craig Fuller's set was really outstanding. I know how hard it is to play a solo set, and Craig really did a great job. He had a nice rapport with the audience. I got a kick out of his comment during "Long Time Till I Get Over You": "this is where Paul's slide goes." Fred Tackett's last-minute entrance at the start of Sailin' Shoes was also a fun bit of theater.

Craig also joned Feat for their encore, All That You Dream.

All the best,
Tom Sheridan
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