Wednesday, June 28, 2006

songs for tonight

Walter jackson - my ship is coming in
Westbound train - room to breath
Wallflowers - one headlight
Pete doherty and wolfman - for lovers
Billy bragg - to have and to have not
Face to face - disconnected
U2 - where the streets have no name
The verve - lucky man
Ken boothe - everything I own

Incredible show tonight in arizona. Last time here was not so hot so I was pleasantly blown away. Good night.

8 Comments:

Blogger room13 said...

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12:53 AM  
Blogger room13 said...

Did you watch Hour of the Wolf's set? Those guys are my bros. See you thursday.

12:55 AM  
Anonymous Nicole said...

Ken Boothe - Everything I Own, such a perfect record. :)

7:42 AM  
Blogger bombasticbeats said...

Hey Jeff, this is Brandon from M-town. Did you see or hear the Woody Guthrie songs that Billy Bragg did with Wilco? The documentary was pretty good.

I have to say that it is great to see and hear about you guys doing your thing in M-town (and around the world for that matter). I am very much a music and literature fan myself, and it is encouraging to see you bring that to hometown. Cheers!

I hope to make it to your show at the Granada in Lawrence. Let me know if you guys need a place to crash again or if you arrive early and want to hang out. Our place in K.C. is about thirty minutes from Lawrence.

8:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

www.westboundsound.com

www.myspace.com/westboundtrain


This band rules. Everyone should check them out.

11:25 AM  
Anonymous johnthepunk said...

Songs here tonight;
Joe Strummer - The Brooding Side of Madness
Lene Lovich - Momentary Breakdown
Jello Biafra & The Melvins - Enchanted Thoughtfist
D.O.A. - World Falls Apart
D.O.A. - WOke Up Screaming
X - Adult Books
X - The World's a Mess it's in My Kiss

9:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey man i recently heard you talk about the book american skin. I picked it up and read it and thought it was an awesome read. and i just saw a movie called green street hooligans that reminded me kind of of the book.

but yeah just telling you thanks for recommending the book.

and face to face rules.

11:33 PM  
Anonymous Sean said...

Anonymous and creepy. But you should know that the show in Arizona really was awesome and even some people who were milque toasty on you guys before were so glad to have seen you.

I think you'd really enjoy Camus' "The Myth of Sysuphus" or "The Fall." Both are pretty quick, you wouldn't be disappointed.

5:05 PM  

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