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1976.02.19  The Music Hall  Boston, MA

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Cookymonster on 2015-Apr-02 at 10:28:47 GMT-5:
Cold evening outside. I bought a $7 ticket from a scalper for $20. Worth every penny. The heckler attack was a distraught young woman sitting a couple of rows in front of me in the balcony. The woman started yelling about Joni's mother. Security hustled her out pretty quickly. Joni added a few extra bars on the piano and then continued on singing For Free. She handled it like a pro. Most exiting for me were the new songs Coyote and Don Juan. Hard to grasp all the lyrics the first listening, but these are true favorites still today. The most poignant singing was at the end of Harry's House, there were gasps from the audience. A wonderful, memorable and meaningful evening. Thanks Joni.
jschumacher on 2013-Mar-17 at 19:25:26 GMT-5:
I have the set as: "CDR1 (61:10): 1. Help Me, 2. Love Or Money, 3. Free Man In Paris, 4. For The Roses, 5. Cold Blue Steel And Sweet Fire, 6. Big Yellow Taxi, 7. Shades Of Scarlett Conquering, 8. For Free, -heckler attack, 9. Coyote {...into}, 10. Don Juan's Reckless Daughter, 11. Just Like This Train, 12. Shadows And Light, 13. In France They Kiss On Main Street, CDR2 (40:36): 14. Edith And The Kingpin, 15. Talk To Me, 16. Harry's House/ Centerpiece, -rap, 17. Furry Sings The Blues, 18. Trouble Child, 19. Rainy Night House, 20. Raised On Robbery, 21. The Jungle Line, (E:) 22. Twisted"GFS