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Boston show review. Interviews Sage/Dolan/Sleep/Cecil  Reply with quote  

http://www.teapartyboston.com/2009/12/strange-famou/

It's really unique to have an actual show review. I thought those died out with the zine scene. However, it's nice to see some legwork put into a review.

Interviews with Sage, B. Dolan, Cecil Otter and Sleep also available within that link.
Post Sat Dec 05, 2009 4:53 pm
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we have a nations wide scene review website review website called www.3voor12.nl with local departments that cover almost every show. All the reviewers and photographers are volunteers. It works really well and is set up by an independant broadcasting company. a good thing.
Post Sat Dec 05, 2009 8:06 pm
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and i would love to see a line up like this in europe
Post Sat Dec 05, 2009 8:20 pm
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What was Sage's set list from this show?
Post Sat Dec 05, 2009 9:30 pm
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PHIL LACIO AKA P DAWG
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nice review/interview-It was interesting to read the comments about your albums

as for "human" there are some very good songs, songs that are enjoyable to listen too on that album. I think you may have been kinda hard on it.
Post Sat Dec 05, 2009 11:31 pm
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PHIL LACIO AKA P DAWG
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Also I wouldn't be offended if this was a national tour next year.
Post Sat Dec 05, 2009 11:32 pm
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FranktheP wrote:
What was Sage's set list from this show?


You could write down pretty much every song in his catalog and you wouldn't be far off.
Post Sun Dec 06, 2009 10:30 am
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hm... from what i can remember...

sea lion
i trusted you
damage
strange fame
gunz yo
lie detector test
agony in her body
civil disobedience
hell of a year
broken wings
narcissist
smoke and mirrors
crack pipes
climb trees
that ain't right
spaceman
dance monkey
waterline
good fashion
survived winter w/ me and pro
house of bees
escape artist
bridle
slow down gandhi
conspiracy to riot
makeshift patriot
who farted
come come now


leaving off this list the names of new songs, which must not be uttered.

i was really geeking out during this set, on some fan shit. my tweets during those shows were all 'oh shit!! he's doing 'x'!' ...

as a performer, i can imagine how truly ill it must be to pull off a 2 hour set like that ... but it was definitely some magical shit to witness from the audience.

next i would like to request a 6 hour set of francis' entire discography. ground control, sun vs. moon, call me francois. i need to see it all one time. 'The Snake River Canyon Show' let's dew this. I'll volunteer to open up with one acapella haiku.
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Thanks B. That is unbelieveable.
Post Sun Dec 06, 2009 3:06 pm
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Great interviews, too. These three articles were a rarity in music journalism in that they didn't make me want to punch the journalist in the face. Good interview, better than I ever attempted to do.

Would love to hear more stories from Frank about days of yore.

This quote from Dolan made me laugh:

Quote:

Cecil Otter says: “Doomtree is here to knock Wu-Tang out of the box.” (laughs) That’s a good style. Every year you should challenge Wu-Tang to battle Doomtree. Be like, “They’ve been ducking us. They know we’ve got more feelings than them.”


Heh. I dunno, Ghostface has a lot of pain.
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