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Re: Music in Progress - 3rd American Leg 5/15-7/22/93
« Reply #35 on: February 02, 2012, 05:44:15 PM »
Music in Progress - 3rd American Leg
7/13/1993 Amenia, NY

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Venue: Ticket's
Other Act(s): Galactic Cowboys opened

Set List:
1. Metropolis Part I
2. Under a Glass Moon
3. A Fortune in Lies
4. Wait for Sleep/
5. Surrounded
6. Puppies on Acid/
7. Take the Time
8. To Live Forever (w/ Within You Without You (Beatles))
9. extended jam outro/
10. drum solo
11. Status Seeker (w/ new intro)
12. Another Day
13. Pull Me Under
~~~encore~~~
14. Eve
15. Learning to Live
Twin Peaks (outro tape)

Vocals: James LaBrie
Guitar: John Petrucci
Keyboards: Kevin Moore
Bass: John Myung
Drums: Mike Portnoy

Notes: Halfway through the show, the lights blew out, but the band continued to play with only a couple spotlights working.
"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: Music in Progress - 3rd American Leg 5/15-7/22/93
« Reply #36 on: February 02, 2012, 05:44:29 PM »
Music in Progress - 3rd American Leg
7/14/1993 Baltimore, MD

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Venue: Pier Six Pavillion
Other Act(s): Galactic Cowboys opened

Set List:
1. Metropolis Part I
2. Under a Glass Moon
3. A Fortune in Lies
4. Wait for Sleep/
5. Surrounded
6. Puppies on Acid/
7. Take the Time
8. To Live Forever (w/ Within You Without You (Beatles))
9. extended jam outro/
10. drum solo
11. Status Seeker (w/ new intro)
12. Another Day
13. Pull Me Under
~~~encore~~~
14. Eve
15. Learning to Live
Twin Peaks (outro tape)

Vocals: James LaBrie
Guitar: John Petrucci
Keyboards: Kevin Moore
Bass: John Myung
Drums: Mike Portnoy

Notes: At the soundcheck for this show, the band began jamming on and writing what would become Voices. The Galactic Cowboys came out and sang the chorus to Take the Time.
"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: Music in Progress - 3rd American Leg 5/15-7/22/93
« Reply #37 on: February 02, 2012, 05:44:41 PM »
Music in Progress - 3rd American Leg
7/15/1993 Rochester, NY

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Venue: Downtown Festival Tent
Other Act(s): Galactic Cowboys opened

Set List:
1. Metropolis Part I
2. Under a Glass Moon
3. A Fortune in Lies
4. Wait for Sleep/
5. Surrounded
6. Puppies on Acid/
7. Take the Time
8. To Live Forever (w/ Within You Without You (Beatles))
9. extended jam outro/
10. drum solo
11. Status Seeker (w/ new intro)
12. Another Day
13. Pull Me Under
~~~encore~~~
14. Eve
15. Learning to Live
Twin Peaks (outro tape)

Vocals: James LaBrie
Guitar: John Petrucci
Keyboards: Kevin Moore
Bass: John Myung
Drums: Mike Portnoy

Notes: The Galactic Cowboys came out and sang the chorus to Take the Time.
"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: Music in Progress - 3rd American Leg 5/15-7/22/93
« Reply #38 on: February 02, 2012, 05:45:06 PM »
Music in Progress - 3rd American Leg
7/18/1993 Hampton Beach, NH

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Venue: Casino Ballroom
Other Act(s): Galactic Cowboys opened

Set List:
1. Metropolis Part I
2. Under a Glass Moon
3. A Fortune in Lies
4. Wait for Sleep/
5. Surrounded
6. Puppies on Acid/
7. Take the Time
8. To Live Forever (w/ Within You Without You (Beatles))
9. extended jam outro/
10. drum solo
11. Status Seeker (w/ new intro)
12. Another Day
13. Pull Me Under
~~~encore~~~
14. Eve
15. Learning to Live
Twin Peaks (outro tape)

Vocals: James LaBrie
Guitar: John Petrucci
Keyboards: Kevin Moore
Bass: John Myung
Drums: Mike Portnoy

Notes: The Galactic Cowboys came out and sang the chorus to Take the Time. This was the last show with the Galactic Cowboys, so DT went out during the Galactic Cowboys' set reading limericks and spraying them with silly string and the Galactic Cowboys came out during DT's set, spraying them with silly string, dressing up as the Energizer bunny and running across the stage during Mike's drum solo and the like.
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Re: Music in Progress - 3rd American Leg 5/15-7/22/93
« Reply #39 on: February 02, 2012, 05:45:18 PM »
Music in Progress - 3rd American Leg
7/19/1993 Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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Venue: Le Club Soda
Other Act(s): No other act(s) or unknown.

Set List:
1. Metropolis Part I
2. Under a Glass Moon
3. A Fortune in Lies
4. Wait for Sleep/
5. Surrounded
6. Puppies on Acid/
7. Take the Time
8. To Live Forever (w/ Within You Without You (Beatles))
9. extended jam outro/
10. drum solo
11. Status Seeker (w/ new intro)
12. Another Day
13. Pull Me Under
~~~encore~~~
14. Eve
15. Learning to Live
Twin Peaks (outro tape)

Vocals: James LaBrie
Guitar: John Petrucci
Keyboards: Kevin Moore
Bass: John Myung
Drums: Mike Portnoy
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Re: Music in Progress - 3rd American Leg 5/15-7/22/93
« Reply #40 on: February 02, 2012, 05:45:34 PM »
Music in Progress - 3rd American Leg
7/20/1993 Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Venue: R.P.M.'s
Other Act(s): No other act(s) or unknown.

Set List:
1. Metropolis Part I
2. Under a Glass Moon
3. A Fortune in Lies
4. Wait for Sleep/
5. Surrounded
6. Puppies on Acid/
7. Take the Time
8. To Live Forever (w/ Within You Without You (Beatles))
9. extended jam outro/
10. drum solo including samples
11. Status Seeker (w/ new intro)
12. Another Day
13. Pull Me Under
~~~encore~~~
14. Eve
15. Learning to Live
Twin Peaks (outro tape)

Vocals: James LaBrie
Guitar: John Petrucci
Keyboards: Kevin Moore
Bass: John Myung
Drums: Mike Portnoy

Notes: Mike adds samples to his drum solo at this point. The samples are Let's Get Ready to Rumble (Michael Buffer) and By Demons Be Driven (Pantera).
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Re: Music in Progress - 3rd American Leg 5/15-7/22/93
« Reply #41 on: February 02, 2012, 05:45:58 PM »
Music in Progress - 3rd American Leg
7/22/1993 New York City, NY

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Venue: Manhattan Center
Other Act(s): New Music Seminar

Set List:
1. Metropolis Part I
2. Under a Glass Moon
3. A Fortune in Lies
4. Wait for Sleep/
5. Surrounded
6. Puppies on Acid/
7. Take the Time
8. To Live Forever (w/ Within You Without You (Beatles))
9. extended jam outro/
10. drum solo including samples
11. Status Seeker (w/ new intro)
12. Another Day
13. Pull Me Under
~~~encore~~~
14. Eve
15. Learning to Live
Twin Peaks (outro tape)

Vocals: James LaBrie
Guitar: John Petrucci
Keyboards: Kevin Moore
Bass: John Myung
Drums: Mike Portnoy

Notes: Though no one knew it at the time, this was the last American show with Kevin in the band. Available on the Excellent boot CDs, except it is missing Metropolis Part I, A Fortune in Lies, Wait for Sleep, and Eve.

Releases: Excellent
"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."