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  1. The material is now available for download.
  2. With some other songs: http://www.myspace.com/imnottheresoundtrack
  3. What did Andrew Bird do during "Spiders"? Looks like a great set. I'm so jealous I'm missing out on all this hot guesting action.
  4. Who praises Lennon's output 1972-1980? No one I've ever heard of. And, in my opinion, Exile has many songs that 'clear the fences': Rocks Off Rip This Joint Casino Boogie Tumbling Dice Sweet Virginia Torn and Frayed Sweet Black Angel Loving Cup Happy I Just Want to See His Face Let it Loose Shine a Light Soul Survivor For a double album, Exile is amazingly consistent. Best double album ever? I think so!
  5. It was a great show. It was my 6th show, and the first since seeing them in Fayetteville last April. This show was a tenfold improvement over that one. That show just had a weird vibe. This show was probably the best I've ever seen them actually play, but you can't beat it when the crowd is all standing and mashed together at club shows. I hope Wilco finds a venue to play in Arkansas without seats. Highlights - Too Far Apart (people actually knew the AM songs here), Impossible Germany (it goes without saying, but Nels went OFF), Via Chicago, the gong, Jeff and Pat doing their synchronized gu
  6. The Bently Boys - "Down on Penny's Farm" Notations - "Lonely People" The Downliners Sect - "Why Don't You Smile Now" Elvis Costello - "Watching the Detectives" Mississippi John Hurt - "Spike Driver Blues" The Fairies - "Get Yourself Home" Yo La Tengo - "Be Thankful For What You Got" The Sea and Cake - "Do Now Fairly Well" The Louvin Brothers - "You're Learning" Daniel Johnston - "Like a Monkey in a Zoo"
  7. A) waltzing matilda Waltzing matilda whipped out her wallet The sexy boy smiled in dismay She took out four twenties cause she liked round figures Everybodys a queen for a day Oh, babe, Im on fire and you know how I admire your - - body why dont we slip away Although Im sure youre certain, its a rarity me flirtin Sha-la-la-la, this way Oh, sha-la-la-la-la, sha-la-la-la-la Hey, baby, come on, lets slip away Luscious and gorgeous, oh what a hunk of muscle Call out the national guard She creamed in her jeans as he picked up her means From off of the formica topped bar And cascading slowly,
  8. I'm sorry to be so needy, but could anyone hook me up with any of these?: - "Cars Can't Escape" (the version released on Wilco's site a few years back) - "Let Me Come Home" (the released version) - "Old Maid" (from You Can Never Go Fast Enough) Thanks!
  9. My Top 25 Most Played (shuffled): 1. The Flaming Lips, "Chewin' the Apple of Your Eye" 2. Andrew Bird, "Sovay" 3. Destroyer, "Painter in Your Pocket" 4. George Harrison, "Behind That Locked Door" 5. Bill Fay, "Down to the Bridge" 6. Bob Dylan, "Tomorrow is a Long Time" 7. Biff Rose, "What's Gnawing at Me" 8. Ann Alford, "Gotta Get Me a Job" 9. Jim O'Rourke, "Insignificance" 10. Henry Thomas, "Fishing Blues" 11. Jim O'Rourke, "Please Patronise Our Sponsors" 12. Johnny Cash, "Remember Me (I'm the One Who Loves You)" 13. Ebony Rhythm Band, "Drugs Ain't Cool" 14. Richard and Linda Thompson, "I W
  10. Hey, everyone. Haven't posted in a while. Anyways, I caught the end of the Beastie Boys concert film on VH1. In case you didn't know, they shot this film by giving out cameras to people in the audience to use and cobbled it all together into a (semi)cohesive film. Pretty cool stuff. During the credits, they had a list of the various camera operators, one of whom was named Jeff Tweedy. Can we assume it's our Jeff Tweedy? Sorry. Just something funny I noticed.
  11. Merle Haggard, "A Picture From Two Sides of Life" Medeski Martin and Wood, "Pappy Check" Tom Waits, "9th and Hennepin" Tom Waits, "Dave the Butcher" Autumn Defense, "This Kind of Day" Ween, "Pretty Girl" Gram Parsons, "I Can't Dance" Belle and Sebastian, "We Are the Sleepyheads" The Prepositions, "Something Different" Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, "Spanish Two Step" Radiohead, "A Punchup at a Wedding" Thalia Zedek, "1926" Elliott Smith, "LA" Kingsbury Manx, "Animations" Patti Smith, "My Generation"
  12. T-Bone Burnett, "Zombieland" Tom Waits, "Earth Died Screaming" Tom Waits, "Don't Go Into That Barn" Gene Anderson, "The Devil Made Me Do It" The Louvin Brothers, "Satan is Real" Michael Jackson, "Thriller" Beck, "Scarecrow" Randy Newman, "Last Night I Had a Dream" Tom Waits, "Black Wings" Tom Waits, "The Black Rider" Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, "The Black Rider" Tom Waits, "What's He Building" Tom Waits, "Lowside of the Road" "Monster Mash" by whoever it was... "Dracula's Pajama Party" from Mr. Show if you can find it... Radiohead, "We Suck Young Blood" Howlin' Wolf, "Evil" Screamin' Jay
  13. Velvet Underground White Light/White Heat Velvet Underground and Nico Loaded Has anyone heard 'Le Bataclan '72'? Lou Reed, John Cale and Nico did a one-off show in Paris (?). It has its moments.
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