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Part II: What concerts do plan on attending this Fall/Winter 2005?

Old 10-21-05, 11:42 AM
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Part II: What concerts do you plan on attending this Fall/Winter 2005?

Concerts on the agenda? For me it gets pretty sparse through the winter months..

Last night @ The Newport: Nickel Creek and the Ditty Bops

December @ The House 'O Blues: Fiona Apple

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Old 10-21-05, 11:45 AM
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Just went two nights ago to see Paul McCartney @ United Center.

Nothing coming up immediately but I am sure I will catch a show here or there.
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NIN on Nov. 2.

Saw Paul McCartney a couple weeks ago.
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Old 10-21-05, 12:43 PM
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not much, other than the Super Furry Animals (9:30) and maybe the Echo and the Bunnymen Black Cat show in November (the latter depends on the scheduling and films at the AFI's annual European Union Film Festival)
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I'm catching My Morning Jacket this Sunday, then Death Cab for Cutie and Stars the following Friday. Nov. 1 I'm seeing The National. Those are all I've got on my schedule for now, but I'm sure more will pop up.
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So far, only have tickets for one show:
Gov't Mule with Tea Leaf Green on December 3rd
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Broadcast in a couple weeks, and Iron & Wine/Calexico in December.
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Wow. Just picked up gen admission floor seats to Audioslave next wednesday! Can't believe it wasn't sold out, much less that there were floor seats available.

I didn't get tickets orginally because I have class on Wednesdays and will already be missing one for the NIN show, but my class next week is cancelled now.
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I got tickets to see Yngwie Malmsteen on Halloween.
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Don't really go to concerts. I'll probably see a dozen club shows in the next month or two though.

Wouldn't mind seeing the Stones, but the prices are way too high.
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Can't wait to see U2...and hopefully a good opener which has not been announced yet!
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was going to go see coheed and cabrina in november at sonar but the bastard is now sold out. (with sonar getting more bigger acts, getting tickets might be harder.
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I saw Paul Weller last month - he ROCKED, and he even played some old Jam songs.

This week though - this week is all about The Black Crowes.
They're playing 5 (!) shows in LA this week, and I'm going to 3 of them - I already went Tuesday, and I'm going back tonight and Satruday. They're playing at the Henry Fonda thater, which is very small and intimate, they go on at 9 (no opening band) and play 'till mid-night - that's 3 hours of greatness. Oh, and they will NOT repeat set for any of the shows - think about that - 5, 3-hour shows - that's 15 hours with no repeats - I think there might be 2 or 3 songs that they'll just do twice, so maybe only 15 minutes of overlap over 15 hours. I can't think of any band that does that.
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Originally Posted by slop101
I saw Paul Weller last month - he ROCKED, and he even played some old Jam songs.

This week though - this week is all about The Black Crowes.
They're playing 5 (!) shows in LA this week, and I'm going to 3 of them - I already went Tuesday, and I'm going back tonight and Satruday. They're playing at the Henry Fonda thater, which is very small and intimate, they go on at 9 (no opening band) and play 'till mid-night - that's 3 hours of greatness. Oh, and they will NOT repeat set for any of the shows - think about that - 5, 3-hour shows - that's 15 hours with no repeats - I think there might be 2 or 3 songs that they'll just do twice, so maybe only 15 minutes of overlap over 15 hours. I can't think of any band that does that.
do they even have 15 hours worth of material? Not to diss them, thats great that they are willing to play a different set every night, but i didn't think they had that much material.
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Originally Posted by Rypro 525
do they even have 15 hours worth of material? Not to diss them, thats great that they are willing to play a different set every night, but i didn't think they had that much material.
Sorta.

Each 3-hour show is about 20 songs - so that's about 100 songs, which is actually fewer than the amount of songs they have.

They extend a lot of their songs through a lot of creative jamming - for example, Remedy, which is 4 minutes on their CD turns into 15 minutes of blistering heavy soulful R&B. They've improved 10-fold as musicians thoughout the years.

They'll also throw in some really cool covers from the Beatles, the Stones, Zeppelin and even Graham Parsons.

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saw Anthrax headline at the beginning of Oct
saw Judas Priest with guest Anthrax 1 week later
Planning on seein Fozzy in November
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Just saw Paul McCartney and will see Fiona Apple.
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Saw Opeth at the HOB LA on Sunday.

Seeing Porcupine Tree at HOB LA tomorrow night.

Considering Echo & the Bunnymen in December.
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