just returned from indianapolis show.

awesome.
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that's cool. ziggy, are you from indianapolis?
nah...my family and i trekked over from cincinnati.
can you get into a little more detail.. like what tunes they played/  i am planing on going to the boston or nyc show.
what did chick play for boards?  did he stick to a rhodes and one synth or did he have more?
a friend of mine went to the st. louis concert. (i miss everything)  he said the return to forever stuff was good, but not extraordinary.  he said each player did a "solo" type feature and each was amazing.  he said each musician had grown immensely since the days of rtf, especially al dimeola

it would be nice to hear what others thought.
the whole group was amazing.  stanley clarke, however, was mind blowing.

chick played a yamaha grand, a rhodes, some sort of analog synth, and a 88-key digital synth (like a triton although i'm not sure of what it actually was).  his grand piano was also midi wired although only used that feature on one tune.

the setlist was:

set 1
1. opening prayer
2. hymn of the seventh galaxy
3. banter
4. vulcan worlds
5. banter
6. the sorceress
7. song to the pharoah kings

set 2
8. intro
9. no mystery  
10. summer night
11. the romantic warrior  
(this set was acoustic, and also contained unaccompanied solos from each member)

encore:
12. the jester and the tyrant
there are some pics and things here:

https://www.return2forever.com

looks like he used a rhodes and a motif in st. louis. (and maybe a nord atop the rhodes?)
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