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Home For the Holidays Shows 12/27/95 - 12/30/1995
« on: February 03, 2012, 06:57:58 PM »
Home For the Holidays Shows
12/27/1995 New London, CT

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Venue: El 'N' Gee
Other Act(s): Pleasure Crush opened

Set List:
Little Green Bag/Wake Up! (intro tape)
1. Under a Glass Moon
2. The Mirror/
3. Lie
4. Lifting Shadows Off a Dream (w/ new extended intro)
5. The Rover (Led Zeppelin)/
6. Killers (Iron Maiden)/
7. Damage Inc. (Metallica)/
8. In the Flesh? (Pink Floyd)/
9. Heart of the Sunrise (Yes)/
10. Innocence Faded
A Change of Seasons:
11. I The Crimson Sunrise
12. II Innocence
13. III Carpe Diem
14. IV The Darkest of Winters
15. V Another World
16. VI The Inevitable Summer
17. VII The Crimson Sunset
18. Surrounded/
19. Voices/
20. The Silent Man (electric version)
21. Pull Me Under
Eve (outro tape)

Vocals: James LaBrie
Guitar: John Petrucci
Keyboards: Derek Sherinian
Bass: John Myung
Drums: Mike Portnoy

Notes: Several songs (including Lie and Under a Glass Moon) were rearranged. Also, there was no encore played as the curfew in CT required them to close down the venue; the encore was to be Wait For Sleep (acoustic) and Perfect Strangers.
"The Supreme Court of the United States has descended from the disciplined legal reasoning of John Marshall and Joseph Story to the mystical aphorisms of the fortune cookie."

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Re: Home For the Holidays Shows 12/27/95 - 12/30/1995
« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2012, 06:58:26 PM »
Home For the Holidays Shows
12/28/1995 Lido Beach, NY

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Venue: Club Malibu
Other Act(s): Rudess/Morgenstein opened

Set List:
Little Green Bag/Wake Up! (intro tape)
1. The Mirror (w/ slightly extended intro)/
2. Lie
3. Take the Time (w/ new keyboard/guitar doubled outro)
4. Lifting Shadows Off a Dream (w/ new extended intro)
5. Scarred
A Change of Seasons:
6. I The Crimson Sunrise
7. II Innocence
8. III Carpe Diem
9. IV The Darkest of Winters
10. V Another World
11. VI The Inevitable Summer
12. VII The Crimson Sunset
13. The Rover (Led Zeppelin)/
14. Killers (Iron Maiden)/
15. Damage Inc. (Metallica)/
16. In the Flesh? (Pink Floyd)/
17. Heart of the Sunrise (Yes)/
18. Voices/
19. The Silent Man (electric version)
20. Pull Me Under
~~~encore~~~
21. Wait for Sleep (acoustic version)
22. Perfect Strangers
Eve (outro tape)

Vocals: James LaBrie
Guitar: John Petrucci
Keyboards: Derek Sherinian
Bass: John Myung
Drums: Mike Portnoy

Notes: John Petrucci was wearing a Ytsejam shirt on this night. Rich Kern was at this show and he, in front of Portnoy, confirmed for that he did indeed do the voices on the Subconscious version of Wanted Dead or Alive. For The Mirror, the band doubled the "moshing riff" in the intro. James forgets some of the words to Scarred.
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Re: Home For the Holidays Shows 12/27/95 - 12/30/1995
« Reply #2 on: February 03, 2012, 06:58:39 PM »
Home For the Holidays Shows
12/29/1995 Old Bridge, NJ

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Venue: Birch Hill Nite Club
Other Act(s): Rudess/Morgenstein opened

Set List:
Little Green Bag/Wake Up! (intro tape)
1. Puppies on Acid/
2. Take the Time (w/ new keyboard/guitar doubled outro)
3. Caught in a Web/
4. Lie
5. Lifting Shadows Off a Dream (w/ new extended intro)
6. The Rover (Led Zeppelin)/
7. Killers (Iron Maiden)/
8. Damage Inc. (Metallica)/
9. In the Flesh? (Pink Floyd)/
10. Heart of the Sunrise (Yes)/
11. Voices
12. Another Day
13. Scarred
14. The Silent Man (electric version)
A Change of Seasons:
15. I The Crimson Sunrise
16. II Innocence
17. III Carpe Diem
18. IV The Darkest of Winters
19. V Another World
20. VI The Inevitable Summer
21. VII The Crimson Sunset
22. Pull Me Under
~~~encore~~~
23. Bad (acoustic version) (U2)
24. Learning To Live
Eve (outro tape)

Vocals: James LaBrie
Guitar: John Petrucci
Keyboards: Derek Sherinian
Bass: John Myung
Drums: Mike Portnoy

Notes: James told the audience before ACoS that Mike wanted the 'Jammers to yell "Please don't go" and they complied.
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Re: Home For the Holidays Shows 12/27/95 - 12/30/1995
« Reply #3 on: February 03, 2012, 06:58:53 PM »
Home For the Holidays Shows
12/30/1995 New London, CT

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Venue: El 'N' Gee
Other Act(s): No other act(s) or unknown.

Set List:
Little Green Bag/Wake Up! (intro tape)
1. 6:00
2. Under a Glass Moon
3. Caught in a Web/
4. Lie
5. Lifting Shadows Off a Dream (w/ new extended intro)
6. guitar solo (For Rena/Lost Without You)/
7. Scarred
8. Surrounded/
9. keyboard solo/
A Mind Beside Itself:
10. I Erotomania (w/ drum solo)
11. II Voices
12. III The Silent Man (electric version)
13. Pull Me Under
~~~encore~~~
14. Perfect Strangers
Eve (outro tape)

Vocals: James LaBrie
Guitar: John Petrucci
Keyboards: Derek Sherinian
Bass: John Myung
Drums: Mike Portnoy

Notes: Originally they planned to do Wait For Sleep and Learning to Live for a second encore, but all the lights blew out at the end of the show. For Perfect Strangers, someone screwed a light bulb in and the band played under that lighting.
"The Supreme Court of the United States has descended from the disciplined legal reasoning of John Marshall and Joseph Story to the mystical aphorisms of the fortune cookie."