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Old 01-14-2003, 01:01 AM   #31
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Gina, I freakin love that avatar.
Heeee. Thanks.

5 gold stars to whoever can figure out what it is.

Brianne, you can't answer this (unless no one else does).
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LOLL!!! Well done, deep!

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Old 01-21-2003, 09:06 PM   #35
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In case you guys didn't know, Wilco just released a 6 song ep in Australia. The tracklist is:

1 - Camera
2 - Handshake Drugs
3 - Woodgrain
4 - Magazine Called Sunset
5 - Bob Dylan's 49th Beard
6 - More Like the Moon

Camera is an awful version of Kamera, just hideous.
Tracks 2-5 are beautiful, with Magazine Called Sunset (a bright, sort of Beatlesesqe song) a highlight.
More Like the Moon is the most brilliant and wonderful song I've heard in a long time.
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Old 01-21-2003, 09:24 PM   #36
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I've heard Magazine and Bob Dylan's Beard, both of which I love. I've also heard Camera...not sure how I feel about this yet. Probably not my favorite track of all time, but interesting to hear where else they might have gone with the song.

I was trying to wait until the EP comes out here to buy it and hear the rest of the songs (as opposed to downloading them) but my resolve is slowly wearing down.
SoulSeek: Giiiiiiinaaaaaa....*beckons*
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When I was in St. Louis a month ago, my friend pointed out the Casino Queen to me, which the song is about. There it was, floating on the Mississippi, right next to the arch. Next time I'm there she's going to take me to the Landing, which is name dropped in Heavy Metal Drummer. We'll be there in shiny, shiny pants. I need to see them in concert!!!!!!!!! Glad you both had such a great time!
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When I was in St. Louis a month ago, my friend pointed out the Casino Queen to me, which the song is about. There it was, floating on the Mississippi, right next to the arch. Next time I'm there she's going to take me to the Landing, which is name dropped in Heavy Metal Drummer. We'll be there in shiny, shiny pants.
LOL!! That's really freakin cool.

Is it sad that now I really want to go to St. Louis to see those places?
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Big Grin

I should take some pics for you next time I'm in town (March...).



Well they're the local boys there...there's got to be more Wilco-related stuff in the area...I'll have to find them...hehe...

OK...just got an email from my friend who lives in St. Louis and we were discussing the Landing. Here's her input:

"Ah, The Landing. Laclede's Landing, but here everyone just calls it The Landing. We drove past it when we zoomed by the Arch before you went to the airport. It's still got the original cobblestone streets. Lots and lots of cheesy clubs and bars. The only good one is Mississippi Nights, which is a pretty good music venue. Lord knows Wilco has played there many times. There's always lots of music on The Landing. They have the St. Louis Jazz Festival in the spring, and the blues festival Labor Day weekend. The rest of the time, it's usually cheesy-ass cover bands. "

Well, enough from me for now!
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In case you guys didn't know, Wilco just released a 6 song ep in Australia. The tracklist is:

1 - Camera
2 - Handshake Drugs
3 - Woodgrain
4 - Magazine Called Sunset
5 - Bob Dylan's 49th Beard
6 - More Like the Moon

Camera is an awful version of Kamera, just hideous.
Tracks 2-5 are beautiful, with Magazine Called Sunset (a bright, sort of Beatlesesqe song) a highlight.
More Like the Moon is the most brilliant and wonderful song I've heard in a long time.
*covet*
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Old 01-21-2003, 11:11 PM   #41
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Can't...find...new...songs....to download....

This came out yesterday. Why haven't the songs been ripped and posted for my downloading enjoyment??
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Old 01-23-2003, 01:22 PM   #42
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They are great live-I saw them last fall at the Ryman Audiorium in Nashville (which seats a couple of thousand). Their new album has cohesive and ambient quality that they were able to duplicate in the live show. Tweedy really pours it all out on stage and you feel like you are part of an intimate event (at least when I saw them).
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Still can't find any on Kazaa
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Nor on Soul Seek.

Why can't SOMEBODY just rip these already??
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Old 01-23-2003, 06:47 PM   #45
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I have them up on soulseek. I'm user "ComesInSpurts" (a musical reference, believe me )

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