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ZiggyBratwurst

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  1. Well, there are at least three of us who care.
  2. Cannot verify. I was stepping out of the shower and my wife yelled up to me from downstairs to put it on my phone. So I know they also did Half-Asleep (during which she stopped the feed).
  3. According to the spreadsheet (and these recaps), they've played 6 out of the 11 songs on After The Gold Rush. The songs they have NOT played are: Southern Man Till The Morning Comes Don't Let It Bring You Down Birds When You Dance I Can Really Love
  4. No problem. Happy to help, but you can also click the link in my signature (below) and check out the spreadsheet any time you want to look up a song. If it gives you an error, try opening it in an incognito window.
  5. Sammy sang River Guard on episode 38
  6. I'm having serious deja vu with Casey's song Prodigal Son. It seemed so familiar to me I was sure she'd done it before, but I don't find it on the spreadsheet or if I run a search in this thread. Weird.
  7. I had put these songs on the spreadsheet and called it show #189.5. When I add last night’s show later today, I will change this to 190 to match your (Jeff’s) count, and -as always- to keep the spreadsheet in sync with your recaps.
  8. HAhahahahaha. No danger of me unseating U2Roolz in the re-capping department. I never, ever update the spreadsheet without cross-referencing/double-checking my notes against his as I go. It takes a village, ya know.
  9. Thanks everybody. (I don't know what or who Wally Pipp'd is, but as I said, I'm glad to help when needed.)
  10. Sorry, just now seeing this. You're very welcome; I'm happy to help. I actually didn't recall the song when he played it, but I went to enter "Please Be Wrong" on the spreadsheet, I saw that I had it listed as "Please Be Wrong About Me" from before. Likewise, Pittsburgh didn't sound familiar to me, either, but clearly that doesn't mean he hasn't plaid it before.
  11. I was asked to fill in as re-capper tonight: The Tweedy Show Thursday July 10 Episode 183 -Jeff & Basil welcome the clients - Animated credits Like I Used To (Sharon Van Etten & Angel Olsen cover with Spencer on drums & backing vocals) -Where’s Basil? -Happy birthday Rosie New Madrid (Spencer on backing vocals) -Rosie’s age (34) gives Susie anxiety -Sammy update from camp: Spencer shows photo of Sammy playing with a lamb. -Jeff shows video of 8-foot long snake he saw in the woods -Jeff talks about other animals he saw, and talks about s
  12. I’m still updating the list after every show. Link to the list is in my signature below. Jeff has played My Darling twice: episodes 48 and 145.
  13. Spreadsheet is also updated with new/revised song titles.
  14. I know you already know this, but just for the sake of clarity, what you called "By Her Side" in the notes from last night is actually titled Even I Can See.
  15. Haha. At the risk of becoming a nag, Jeff also sang a harmony part on Who Loves The Sun last night (episode 169).
  16. One small tweak to the Episode 168 notes: Jeff also sang backing vocals on The Air That I Breathe. He's off camera, but you can distinctly hear three voices on the choruses.
  17. Oops... I need to make it a habit to look at your recaps before I update the spreadsheet. Just looked at your notes. I called the new song "Sing In The Choir." I'll go back and change it to match your recap. (Trying to keep everything in sync.)
  18. Interesting. Goes to show how opinions differ. Her performance almost ruined the show for me. IMO she seemed totally cartoonish compared to the other actors/characters. Still, great show.
  19. I don’t know if fried ravioli originated in St. Louis or not, but I can attest to the fact that it’s readily available in Hackettstown, NJ.
  20. I'm montysmith.is.brickpig on instagram. I'll look you up right now....
  21. Yeah, it's very cool that she makes sure to number the videos according to your recaps. The whole little micro-culture around this show is just so great.
  22. In the beginning I thought the comments were really distracting, but at that point I had not foreseen what an amazing community was going to grow around the show. I hardly ever post anything, but now I really enjoy "keeping in touch" with everybody. I just hate now that we have essentially choose the comments or the video. My wife and I AirPlay the show to our TV, but even so the video was really small last night if we maximized the comments. This strikes me as the Facebook philosophy of re-design, which IMO amounts to changing things for no reason other than the sake of changing them.
  23. We had the new format. I think this is going to be one of those updates IG kicks out without us having any control over it. Like the white hearts. And it will just get rolled out gradually to everyone. It's not great. I mean, with the original format sometimes I found myself getting too caught up in reading the comments, too the point that I would lose track of the actual show. But at least I had the option of seeing all the comments if I wanted, or ignoring them if I didn't want to read them. With the new format, you almost can't read the comments unless you make the video image really tiny a
  24. Yeah, in my mind I see it as CHIn: UP
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