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Published: 2014/06/20

Conehead Buddha Horns and moe. Collaborate in Buffalo

Photo: Jay Blakesberg

The Conehead Buddha Horns and moe. continued their long-standing tradition of collaborating on stage last night as the two parties once again joined forces in Buffalo, NY. Playing as a part of Free Thursdays at the Harbor Canalside, the band brought out the horn section for the final portion of the set which included a cover of “Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’” as well as the original “Akimbo,” “Threw It All Away” and the set-closing “The Wizard.”

Conehead Buddha features Shannon Lynch on saxophone, Terry Lynch on trumpet and Shaun Bazylewicz on trombone. They also recently joined moe. on stage at the Capitol Theatre for the 25th anniversary of The Wetlands for a performance of “Akimbo” among others.

Here’s a look at the setlist from last night via our Box Scores section:

Free Thursdays at the Harbor Canalside Buffalo Buffalo, NY

Set I: Y.O.Y. > Skrunk > Blue Jeans Pizza, Understand > 32 Things, Same Old Story > Rebubula, Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’, Akimbo > Threw It All Away*, The Wizard*

Enc: I Wanna Be Sedated

Notes: *with The Conehead Buddha Horns: Shannon Lynch on saxophone, Terry Lynch on trumpet, Shaun Bazylewicz on trombone



There are 4 comments associated with this post

bj June 20, 2014, 13:09:37

getting “i wanna be sedated” as an encore from moe. has to be one of the worst encore you can get at any show anywhere. happened to me once, i’ll never forget it.

really?! June 20, 2014, 13:16:47

4/20/2001 “i wanna be sedated” encore seemed appropriate at the time

Pine Trees June 20, 2014, 13:20:31

4/20/01 State Theater – Portland, ME
Jazz Mandolin Project opened. 1: Plane Crash, Understand, Akimbo, Okayalright, Hi and Lo > Bring It Back Home*# 2: Cocaine**, Mexico, Kyle, Opium, Happy Hour Hero* > Recreational Chemistry* E: I Wanna Be Sedated * With Jamie Masefield of the Jazz Mandolin Project on mandolin. # With Ari Hoenig of the Jazz Mandolin Project on percussion. ** First time played. “I Wanna Be Sedated” was dedicated to Joey Ramone (1951-2001).

me June 20, 2014, 13:57:15

Actually, Sedated was really good (given what a Ramones song is)... I think the main reason they played it was that there was no time left before the curfew, so they picked the shortest song they could play… but as good as it was, being a Sabbath fan, I loved The Wizard… well done last night! Show started off a bit sluggish but by the end of 32 Things, it was rolling… Great Night!

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