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Bart

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  1. Have they stopped posting these shows to youtube? Or are they in a different place? The last entry on Susie's youtube page was from October. Apologies if this has been asked and answered 10 pages ago!
  2. Thanks all...………..I'm a day late and a dollar short...………...story of my life!
  3. Thanks gents! Bummer about Wilco and archive.org, but I'm sure glad they still let us tape the shows! Is the live show archive The Owl and Bear site or is there some other beast out there? Can you stream the live shows or do they have to be downloaded first? (I'm very late to the streaming party, and still buy physical copies of music, but I'm starting to see the wisdom in streaming vs physical copies)
  4. Awesome! Now I just need to figure out what Dropbox is and how to download the files!! Does Wilco still allow taping or were you stealth? Years ago, I recorded the Constitution Hall show from the soundboard area. No soundboard feed, but I got to set up my mics there. So I guess to answer my own question, yes, they Still allow taping. Or do they?!?! I always wondered why they are not on the Relisten app.
  5. Last night was game four of the NLCS and if the Nats were to win, they'd go on to the World Series (they won). But I have to think that had some affect on the crowd. When I got there, it was very mellow out front. There were no lines to get in, and they was NO ONE looking for tickets. Usually it's a madhouse out there, with huge lines in both directions. My friend had 4 tickets she couldn't use (went to the Nats instead) and we couldn't even give them away! We ended up turning them in to the Anthem staff who said they'd give them to people who lost their ticket or had some ticket related problem. Anyhow, I had seats up in the balcony straight back, but the place was nearly completely empty for the opener, Soccer Mommy, and I wanted to see them, so my buddy and I just walked all they way down to the second row center and watched their set. We figured we'd stay there as long as we could and then go to our seats, but we ended up in the second row all night long! There were also 2 empty seats next to us all night long, and 2 seats in the front row that were vacant for 3/4 the show until some people snatched them up. I credit the gods of karma for payback for the ticket donation for our great seats and the Nats victory! I really enjoyed Soccer Mommy. I've been immersing myself in their music for the last week or so, and have really been digging it. They are mellow to be sure, but also a bit haunting and evocative. Check 'em out if you need some new music in your life! I haven't seen Wilco in a few years so I loved everything. It's interesting that opsopcopolis thought I'm the Man Who Loves you and I Got You were flat. I was blown away by how hard they rocked! I guess that's the one benefit to not seeing a bunch of shows in a row. I'd love to hear the takes from other tour heads on this show compared to others. I thought the band seemed very, very into it, especially near the end of the show and encores when the crowd filled in the area right in front of the stage. More on the banter: A woman in the front row had Jeff's book with her and he commented on it. She said she's reading it for the second time and Jeff said something like, "I'd like to think of it as a layered story that unfolds differently on the second read" Something like that. So when they came out for the encore, she went to the front of the stage with the book open and a pen in her hand. Jeff started to reach for it but then said, "A ball point pen?!?! What are you, an animal?!!" and didn't sign her book! Also during Impossible Germany, Nels did a crazy solo that just seemed to go on and on and get more and more wild. He was twisting and contorting his body as he wailed away on the guitar, and probably burned 1000 calories during that song alone. At the end of the song Jeff said, "Nice job Nels. You played it just like I explained it to you"
  6. Here's the setlist as printed: Well, that didn't go so well. I'm getting an error message that says: "The server returned an error during upload" Anyone have any idea what my problem is?!?! (About trying to upload the setlist, not about my life in general!) You and I was listed between Via Chicago and Bull Black Nova and the encore was listed as Empty Corner, Cali Stars and The Late Greats
  7. Does this site still exist? I can't seem to find it. Is there an active live streaming Wilco site?
  8. That might have been the line in DC too. I’m not 100% sure of my quote......hell, I’m not even 50% sure!
  9. Thanks for the great write up bbop!! I care!! This is probably old news (I haven't been on this site in ages), but in Misunderstood, Jeff approximated the chaotic part of the song where the whole band goes crazy, but it was just him banging away and hitting dead notes, and wrong notes on the acoustic. Very cool and kind of funny. Speaking of funny, Jeff was hilarious and charming all night long. While I'd much rather hear him play and sing, I'd be psyched if he did a spoken word tour ala Henry Rollins. His delivery and comedic timing are incredible. You'd think he made his living as comedian or a spoken word guy if all you heard was the between-song banter. This may also be old news and (SPOILER ALERT on new Warmer songs.......) He introduced some new song (I think it was during the encore portion) saying he wrote it for his wife. He quoted the first verse and the final lines were, "I'm a piece of work, and you're a work of art". Then he said, that was too sweet so I changed it. And he left it at that. I wasn't sure if that was a joke or not. When he got to that line in the song, he sang, "I'm a piece of work, and you're a work in progress"!!! Naturally, that line got a big laugh from the crowd
  10. I wondered the same thing right after his death, but then a while later when the autopsy came out it said something like the arteries in his heart were down to pin hole size. The implication being that even if he stayed clean, a lifetime of abuse, diabetes and being overweight did so much damage that no matter what he did, he didn't have much time left. I was at work when I heard the news on NPR. I went home for the day. Does anyone else remember the internet "breaking" on 8-9-95 from overuse?
  11. A friend of mine hooked me up with a surprise version of the 18 disc set. I haven't listened to much yet, but when I was looking online at the track listing I was surprised at how much repetition there was.....until Disc 18 where it's all and different and the songs are not on any of the other discs. This disc doesn't even look like it belongs with the rest of the set! I'm kind of surprised they didn't release those tunes on a more affordable version. They're on the 6 disc version, only the 18. They're pretty much begging you to go out and bootleg the bootleg!
  12. Years ago, at the start of the digital age (or maybe the rise of MP3) someone asked Keith Richards what he thought of it all and his quote was something like, "I don't care if it's delivered on a frozen pea! The important thing is for people to be listening to music". Or something like that.
  13. Talking about a release of live "religious period" stuff: Have you heard any of it live? (you probably have, but maybe not) It's great and powerful and full of fire and brimstone and passion and all that stuff that makes a performance great. I get it if you can't get behind the message or the lyrics, but I love the delivery.
  14. I wasn't a fan either, but at least Brent could sing! If you're looking for the lowest of the low, look no further Phil Lesh. I love him on the bass, but as a singer and songwriter, he's less talented than me! And I'm awful!! Exhibit A, B and C: Wave To The Wind Childhood's End If The Shoe Fits
  15. Over at the Gumbo Pages, they have the chords and (maybe) the riff for Don't You Honey Me, but I can't figure out the riff. There seems to be 10 lines of tab.....not 6 for 6 guitar strings or 12 for 2 separate lines of guitar strings. http://www.gumbopages.com/music/wilco/songs/dont.you.honey-me.txt It looks like this: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------4------0------------0--------4--------0------ ------0-----------4-----------4--4--4------2-------0--------------------0--- ---0-----2-----0--------0--------0------2-----------------0-----------0--0-- 0------0-------0------------------------------------------------------------ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------3-- ---------------------------------------------------- Can anyone make sense of this? Where is the E string? Where is the A string? Etc. Is there some sort of text wrapping going on that screwed up the format? I really like this song, and the riff is an integral part so I want to learn it! Thanks!
  16. Cool, thanks! I didn't know that.
  17. Is it possible to record live music (or anything) an iPhone with external mics in a high quality, non-mp3 format? In the past, I've used a Marantz digital deck but it's fairly large and bulky and an iPhone is about 95% smaller! Is there an app that will let me record in high quality? Thanks! Bart
  18. Well said, and I completely agree. And with the rise of Jam Bands, the GD often get painted with that same brush by ignorant and opportunistic. I've always felt that there were Jam Bands and then there was the Grateful Dead and the only similarity is they both play songs with long instrumental passages.
  19. Anyone have the chords to this one off Alpha Mike Foxtrot?
  20. When you click in the reply window, a tool bar will appear at the top of the box with symbols for bold, italics, underline, etc. Right above the "B" symbol for bold, there's a little light switch icon. Click on that, and then go back to the post you want to quote and click the "quote" button. That should work.
  21. I'm pretty sure I'm not smart enough to do either one of those things. Can I send the discs to someone?
  22. I recorded that show (6-30-03 Washington DC) from the soundboard area. I can send it to someone.......?
  23. There's a little "switch" in the upper left hand corner of the reply box (to the left of the "font" drop down menu). Hit that switch and you'll be able to cut and paste. I had to hit the switch before I could quote your message. Don't know why it's happening, but it also happened on some other board that I go on.
  24. Back of what?!?? Or are you talking about the vinyl release?
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