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Pennyghael

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  1. The Hammersmith Odeon used to have a bit of a mystique/legendary status about it. Probably due to the number of live albums recorded there and seeing its name week after week in the music press whilst growing up, miles away from London. Now, in the 21st century, in an ever shrinking world, a 2/3 hour trip to London to see a band is far easier now than it used to be. The constant changing of name has no doubt contributed to it losing the legendary status. There was a big stink when the first change took place from Odeon to Carling Apollo. I have lost count of the times it's changed its name since then. *I heard a rumour that after Brexit it will revert to Hammersmith Odeon. Safe travels Bbop, sorry to have missed you in Glasgow. --K Theroux... * I haven't but you never know.
  2. That is a fair few OTJ songs. Nice use of ‘blathering’ by the way.
  3. I think she got it wrong as Jeff mentioned it was his/their longest song, so she went back home and searched on iTunes or Spotify for the longest song. However, Remember the Mountain Bed is listed under Billy Bragg & Wilco! Rookie error! I think it was her who I saw asking for the set list at the stage at the end. She didn’t look like your typical fan.
  4. This appeared on The Barbican’s twitter feed. I get the feeling that her knowledge of Jeff and Wilco is gleaned wholly from the Wikipedia and other sites. https://youtu.be/t5VpJ8IMbpw
  5. The review of someone who's not used to missing four consecutive US shows. A great read Sir!
  6. There were two different sources uploaded to Dime following the Dublin show, I assume both have dropped off the tracker due to extended period of inactivity. Not sure if I downloaded either.
  7. Isn't it this Philly show from 2003 that has Jim O'Rourke guesting on a couple? http://wilcobase.com/event.php?event_key=702
  8. I may as well post this as I've just finished off preparing my torrent for future upload. All in all excellent festival closing set from the Tweedy Band w/ Jeff & assorted friends. Roll on 2017.... 1. hazel 2. fake fur coat 3. diamond light pt.1 4. flowering 5. world away 6. new moon 7. summer noon 8. honeycombed 9. desert bell 10. high as hello 11. wait for love 12. love like a wire 13. low key 14. nobody dies anymore 15. remember the mountain bed 16. please tell my brother 17. summerteeth 18. pecan pie 19. the ruling class 20. chinese apple w/glenn kotche & ryley walker 21. too far apart 22. into the groove w/nels cline & cibo matto 23. grandpa was a carpenter w/felice brothers 24. harvest moon w/luluc 25. be not so fearful w/john stirratt & patrick sansone 26. i’m the man who loves you 27. you’re not alone 28. only the lord knows 29. god w/bill frisell 30. the losing end 31. give back the keys to my heart w/mike jorgensen 32. california stars Tweedy Band Jeff Tweedy - vocals & guitar Spencer Tweedy - drums & backing vocals Darin Grey - bass Jim Elkington - guitar & backing vocals Liam Cunningham - keyboards, guitar & backing vocals Sima Cunningham - backing vocals Tracks 1 - 9 Tweedy Band Tracks 10 - 14 Tweedy Band w/Sima Cunningham Tracks 15 - 26 Jeff solo or with listed guests Tracks 27 - 32 Tweedy Band with Sima Cunningham and various listed guests
  9. Much prefer the first one to the second. To my ears the first has shades of mid period a Teenage Fanclub b-side/e.p. track and the second has some slight REM going on in there somewhere. Didn't get any Mould/Huskers at all. Thanks..
  10. huh, s'pose you're right. All down to me rushing to get the complete setlist in after an incomplete one was posted earlier. Slow and steady wins every time then...
  11. Were the Spiders late filling them out?
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