partly, my dear, partly. but why not start at the beginning?
I'm seeing these guys open for My Morning Jacket in a week, it'll probably be nonstop MMJ for my commute next week.
Do I have that right so far, Mr Lard?
Here's a pleasant surprise. Sitting at my desk, I was handed a bubble-wrapped package by someone who saw it in my mailbox. Inside, an autographed copy of this CD, out of the blue from a co-worker in Maine. Finest kind!
Well I hope you understand
I just had to go back
To the Island
Best known for their appearance in Magical Myster Tour, where they performed the song that inspired the band name, Death Cab For Cutie. "That night Cutie called a cab (mm-mm-hmm) Baby, don't do it!"
we welcome you ... on behalf of the band ...
Grateful Dead Great American Music Hall 8/13/75 aka One From the Vault
A good number of Fat dates this month ...
They're indeed a band beyond description.
The big release of '90's shows inspired me to dust off Dozin. I've had if for a long time but never got that into it. It never ceases to amaze me how I can listen to a dead show many times and not find it very interesting and then all of sudden, the mood is right or something, and it will blow me away. They certainly were hot in the fall of '90 if the music captured on Dozin' is any indication. I also pulled out my copy of Without a Net, which was released in '90. Anybody know when that material was recorded???