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  1. Thanks! Could not be there and really wanted this level of detail to feel like I was. Many wow moments for sure with it looks like 6 total break out tunes.
  2. thanks as always Paul for helping Yun hee and me feel like we were at the show. Wish we were able to make it back to NY for the shows and no surprise really that they were two completely different shows. Glad you were there and we still hope to make it to the Orpheum in LA. Thanks again.
  3. Don't know about last night but they did on the first 4 shows of the tour.
  4. No break for a happy birthday rendering? Glad i was able to catch On and On and On early in the tour as it seems to be gone.
  5. Thanks for making me feel like I was there, much and always appreciated.
  6. Thanks Paul, just as much fun to read when I am at the show as not. His mention of 512 days since the last Wilco show made me realize just how little Wilco has been able to tour in the last 3-3/4 years. Other than the 9 month stretch between June, 2019 and March, 2020 Wilco hadn't played any shows between the St Paul shows in mid November 2017 until August 5, 2021. I think the hiatus was longer than 512 days but haven't done the math so Jeff's quip might have been wrong that it was their longest break since before they were a band. Years since Art of Almost was played and with no guitar in ha
  7. Very solid setlist and happy to see a few of the Sky Blue Sky tunes stick, at least for now. Great report and to feel a little closer to being there (that pun just happens on it's own). Take care Senor PS and see you again hopefully soon on down the line. Steve
  8. Perfectly encapsulated report, thanks so much. Been to so many different shows at Radio City over the years since my first - - Jethro Tull in January of 1977 - - and of course the Grateful Dead in 1980, but also the Rolling Stones, Elton John, Arcade Fire, the White Stripes etc. But having been to see Wilco there in 2004 and be able to do it again so many years later was pretty magical (even if the crowd overall was a bit stiff) and a super fun time.
  9. Yet another great read, thanks so much and see you in a couple of weeks for some stateside shows.
  10. Yes, cool format. But as long as you write I am happy with the resulting feel of being there that you convey.
  11. Hold Me Anyway started the encore. True Love was a transition from end of Cali with no break and no mention of Daniel. Figured they thought a name perhaps not known there. Fun show with very little banter. Quick reference to the copy machine. A couple of kids near the front so Jeff said that was good to see as their regular fans are getting old and dying. At another point he said thanks for standing.one kid was maybe 11 and was air drumming along and got a grin from Glenn at end of main set. At the end of the show Jeff grabbed the drum sticks and handed them off to that kid, sweet. A guy behi
  12. An interesting moment all around, thanks Paul! I think Jeff had just started strumming but not really started (but he was not happy with the timing as it was obvious he was starting a different song). As I heard it she called our for the Wilco bed and Jeff said you mean Remember the Mountain Bed. For whatever reason Jeff must have felt a tad guilty for the thrice calling them out (I recall a lyric as well perhaps in the one or two songs after Reservations) as he decided to slot the tune in. Interestingly, he did so without looking in their direction as best I could tell. Or was he thinking Wil
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