Bay Area rockers Tea Leaf Green held a pair of hometown concerts at Doc’s Lab in San Francisco to ring in 2017. Their opening show on December 30 featured a special re-creation of TLG’s studio album Living In Between and a special guest sit-in as well.
Tea Leaf Green opened the first set with “The Garden, Pt. 1” initiating a complete song-for-song performance of the group’s 2003 studio LP Living In Between. “Bootlegger,” “Las Vegas” and the other songs making up the 11-track record were played in succession, including the album – and set – closer “The Garden, Pt. 2.”
The second set began with “Arise” and featured such favorites as “One Reason” and a lengthy “Standing Still.” Tea Leaf Green welcomed local keyboardist Jordan Feinstein to sit-in on “Devil’s Pay.” The entire two set show was taped and shared by Dave Lewis, give a listen below:
Set One: The Garden Pt. 1, Bootlegger, Las Vegas, Earth And Sky, Warmup, Freedom, Kali-Yuga, Vote On Tuesday, Been So Long, Beehive, The Garden Pt. 2
Set Two: Arise, Faced With Love, One Reason, Standing Still, Space Hero Pt. 2, Taught To Be Proud, Give Me One More Chance, Devil’s Pay*, Truck Stop Sally, Loony Bin
* with Jordan Feinstein
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