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About willywoody

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  1. It was pretty laid back. The main stage may have had a few folks lining up but not the second stage. This will sell out but there were lots of tickets to be had near face value on stub hub last year. The comparison to Solid Sound (I was at the second one) are not too off base. I saw the artists out and about a lot more at Solid Sound. Food was better at High Water, even without the fancy add on options. Drink options were better at Solid Sound. Little more things for kids at Solid Sound, my 10 year old was pretty bored at High Water.
  2. I wanted to see him in ATL but couldn't make it. My friends who went thoroughly enjoyed the show. He did a great online show for Pitchfork a few months back. http://pitchfork.com/tv/outside-in/1952-mikal-cronin/ and here's cool Sic Alps video channeling early Pink Floyd: Music Videos Sic Alps - Glyphs (Official Music Video)
  3. Didn't get into them until the last self-titled lp. I have that one and Napa Asylum and a couple of singles. Need to get those last few singles from this past year, which I think are downloadable from Drag City. Thee Oh Sees Ty Sic Alps Mikal Cronin King Tuff I'd say that's where my head's at nowadays.
  4. I think there is a factual error with regards to AGIB recording. I think protools was only used for demos and anything on the album was recorded and mixed analog. http://books.google.com/books?id=TnaKvFaq3Z8C&pg=PA28&lpg=PA28&dq=a+ghost+is+born+recording+protools&source=bl&ots=fZ-SzRcj--&sig=PnXLKQCSOTV4imM8hjmihwOqM9M&hl=en&sa=X&ei=l2MrUrTTCsz54APBqoDwDw&ved=0CEcQ6AEwBA#v=onepage&q=a%20ghost%20is%20born%20recording%20protools&f=false
  5. I was happy that I helped network their ATL show even though I can't go. My friend who located the house for them is psyched. Can't wait to hear the new lp. ...Funeral Singers and Roots and Crowns get played all the time. Did get to see them at the most awesome pitchfork '07 and hope to another day. Y'all enjoy the shows.
  6. Saw them back when they did the Underground Garage tour about 6 years ago. They were great then. They did an awesome cover of Summertime (in honor of Porgy&Bess's connection to Charleston.) Got Argent's Hold Your Head High, too.They were out in the local dive bar after the show hanging out with everyone. 6 years is a long time when you start getting up to their ages, though.
  7. heading to ATL in 2 weeks. bypassing A Place To Bury Strangers, as they are just opening, and think I'm hitting Abby Gogo, Theyer Serrano and Ponderosa and following it up with an Earltastic second night headlined by Mindspiders.
  8. sounds like the show I saw in 2001.
  9. and I imagine them disemboweling the worst band ever, the magnetic fields. I still want those 2 hours back they stole from my life.
  10. I think it would've been 1995 or 1996 on WXPN, or less likely WMMR. I'd never heard of Uncle Tupelo before, but had the Son Volt cd already, when I heard Box Full of Letters or I Must Be High. Next thing ya know I'm on Postcard and having dreams of Slobberbone and Marah playing the Superbowl halftime, no lie.
  11. Y'all best be watching Portlandia. Here's Carrie singin' with her band.
  12. Nels the jet setter http://twitpic.com/82iz46
  13. I'll add this to the fire, but I thought it was interesting that Thurston, Steve, and Lee signed on with the Occupy Musicians but Kim did not.
  14. That's kind of why I thought of it, it's so out there that it might be good, or really bad, but it'd be interesting.
  15. Wouldn't that make kind of make it Coffee Creek with added guests?
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