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mattrego



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Wow. I had no clue what was going on with that dude on stage. Anxious to read Sage's blog on that matter.

Sage's set was fantastic. What he did with Waterline and Good Fashion was great. I wanted him to bust into, "Brainiac Dum Dum bust the scientifical" when the Masta Ace sample came in. His set was all over the place. He did so many songs with so many variations. Keeps it so fresh.

I loved the Marvin Gaye song Dolan did. And Joan of Arcadia live is fire.

Loved the song Sleep did about New Mexico and the one about his daughter. And yes, he looks like he is 15 years old.

I missed Cecil Otter. I am rather pissed about that. Work gets in the way.

Great night of entertainment. The sound is still wack in Jerky's tho.
Post Fri Nov 13, 2009 6:39 pm
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Sage Francis
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Yeah. It's highly unlikely I'll play another show there.
Post Fri Nov 13, 2009 7:01 pm
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Sage Francis wrote:
Yeah. It's highly unlikely I'll play another show there.
the thought i coulda got into a fight last night upsets me...
Post Fri Nov 13, 2009 7:08 pm
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mattrego



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b. dolan wrote:

I've never seen a show where the crowd did not thin out or wander away at any point. Through all 3 openers, the 2 hour headlining set, and even the breaks between sets, the crowd stood stock still and just increased in size. certainly a memorable night. anybody got pictures?


I didn't take any pictures. But I loved how as soon as you were done with your set, literally 30 seconds later Sleep was on stage ready to rock. No lapse at all.
Post Fri Nov 13, 2009 9:18 pm
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PHIL LACIO AKA P DAWG
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3-1 Odds sleep's real name is Manny
Post Fri Nov 13, 2009 9:55 pm
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PHIL LACIO AKA P DAWG wrote:
3-1 Odds sleep's real name is Manny




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Post Fri Nov 13, 2009 10:22 pm
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dont know what that pic is suppose to be ^^^^

but the reason I said that is that he looks alot like
my brother's best friend dad when we were growing up an his name was Manny
Post Fri Nov 13, 2009 10:33 pm
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It was my not-so-clever way of saying that his first name is actually Christopher.

My uncle was at the show last night. It was the first time he saw Sleep perform. I asked him how old he thought Sleep was and he goes, "Umm....15?"

haha. The legend continues.
Post Fri Nov 13, 2009 10:40 pm
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Sage Francis wrote:
Very nice seeing Shane, Kese, and some more familiar faces in the crowd. Un-nice to not see some familiar faces in the crowd too though. Birthday boy gets greedy.




Haha... speaking of, the "What the fuck is going on?" look on your face when I got on the stage to help sing Happy Birthday was priceless.

Looking forward to your blog about this...
Post Sat Nov 14, 2009 1:55 am
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Seriously. If you live in RI...and you're a CASUAL fan of what we do...I have no idea how you missed this show.



I don't just like (hate) promoting shows, but I like (love) rubbing the results of said shows in the face of those who didn't attend them.

:-p
Post Sat Nov 14, 2009 3:35 am
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It's really, really lame that we had to miss this show, but like chris said, he had to get his car back on the road by monday so every $ has been going towards that. Glad it was such a good show, though!
Post Sat Nov 14, 2009 7:19 am
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Sage Francis wrote:
Seriously. If you live in RI...and you're a CASUAL fan of what we do...I have no idea how you missed this show.



I don't just like (hate) promoting shows, but I like (love) rubbing the results of said shows in the face of those who didn't attend them.

:-p


This photo is muy bien.

I'm very jealous to miss all of these shows like you would not believe.
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mattrego wrote:

I loved the Marvin Gaye song Dolan did. And Joan of Arcadia live is fire.



Gotta take a second and big up my keyboard player, Justin, for nailing the keys on that. ;-)

Unfortunately I missed B's set, but I'm glad that people are feeling the material. I know that he's worked very very hard on it and I can't explain the excitement building as its release grows near...almost like it's my own record. Haha.

Sleep can rap his ass off.

I liked the cake move, Sage...well played. Haha. They eventually gotcha though.

- Shane
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This show was bonkers; it was greatness, simply put.

Cecil Otter has a really dry sense of humor, which is totally my style. And he's an awesome producer (as well as writer), and he looks like Ian MacKaye.

B. was great as usual; and yes, that Marvin Gaye song was intense. Can't wait for the album!!

I also agree with Messiah - Sleep can rap his fucking ass off.

And Sage's set was, I think, the second best set of his I've ever seen - the best being the first time I ever saw a live hip-hop show, at the second-to-last Healthy Distrust tour show at the Living Room, when I also met Jared.

Loved singing along to "Conspiracy to Riot." Didn't love forgetting a line in the verse and shouting out something randomly (D'oh). haha, I'll stick to the choruses.

Saw a bunch of good people I haven't seen in a while, too, which was awesome - Mo, Omar, Kese, a buncha others.

Also, I picked up 4 big bunches of broccoli and have eaten it all since the show; thanks for the free groceries!
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I shouldn't have pointed the mic at you during a random part of the verse. I got carried away thinking everyone knew every word to every song. haha. It was at that moment I had to be like "OK, calm down."
Post Sat Nov 14, 2009 3:51 pm
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