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Re: Graham's solo tour 2018

Posted: 18 Sep 2018, 17:00
by Moritz
Yes, the Adventure Club Session was the only time they played it properly, beside from a gig in Japan at the end 1993 (if the setlist is right): http://www.vblurpage.com/gigography/1993/1118_onair.htm.

But all in all, it i amazing that he played this one, as it is one of my favorite MLIR tunes.

Re: Graham's solo tour 2018

Posted: 18 Sep 2018, 20:55
by rich
OK here's the first four videos :)

miss america https://vimeo.com/290564772

you're so great https://vimeo.com/290567012

all the rage (unreleased) https://vimeo.com/290571153

can't find my way home (Blind Faith cover) https://vimeo.com/290570122

Enjoy the sound - from where I was sitting you're getting exactly what Graham hears, via his monitors :)

rich 8-)

Re: Graham's solo tour 2018

Posted: 18 Sep 2018, 21:57
by rich
and here's seven :shock: from The End of the Fucking World soundtrack...

walking all day https://vimeo.com/290577516

angry me https://vimeo.com/290578493

saturday night https://vimeo.com/290579107

it's all blue https://vimeo.com/290579669

she left the light on https://vimeo.com/290580351

roaming star https://vimeo.com/290581891

there's something in the way that you cry https://vimeo.com/290581123

Re: Graham's solo tour 2018

Posted: 19 Sep 2018, 01:48
by murfman04
Rich, what a hero, thank you!!!

Re: Graham's solo tour 2018

Posted: 20 Sep 2018, 19:25
by TorontoGary
Great show in Toronto last night. The set list seems to be the same as the one from the first show.

Here's a video for the second half of In the Morning. It think it really captures Graham's skill and personality.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJMY4SA ... e=youtu.be

Re: Graham's solo tour 2018

Posted: 20 Sep 2018, 19:29
by rich
great vid - thanks Gary!

Re: Graham's solo tour 2018

Posted: 20 Sep 2018, 22:52
by TorontoGary
Glad you liked it.

Here are a couple more.

Can't Find My Way Home

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_PQPS5N_Uc

Sorrow's Army

https://youtu.be/Elun2BXuC-A

Re: Graham's solo tour 2018

Posted: 21 Sep 2018, 16:41
by aldamasta
In The Morning may be the most impressive and amazing song Graham has made. I’m always mesmerized by his playing there especially. But then again, I can’t think of any guitar bit graham has played that hasn’t given me that feeling. Great videos by the way, all of you! I’m going to see him in Chicago tonight… can’t wait!!

Re: Graham's solo tour 2018

Posted: 23 Sep 2018, 09:41
by vitekm
Some nice pictures from Toronto show:

https://aestheticmagazinetoronto.com/20 ... b-toronto/

Snippets of many songs from Chicago gig in one video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9BAJIgBNDY

Re: Graham's solo tour 2018

Posted: 23 Sep 2018, 18:37
by blurop4
going to DC show tonight, hoping we get a surprise or two snuck into the setlist

Re: Graham's solo tour 2018

Posted: 24 Sep 2018, 01:39
by tom_cas1
Thanks for the videos everybody! Exquisite performances. Can’t Find My Way Home! Wow. That was a surprised. One of my all time favourite songs.

Re: Graham's solo tour 2018

Posted: 24 Sep 2018, 06:02
by blurop4
Almost the same setlist tonight in DC, but Graham added a song to open the encore before In the Morning in honor of Chas whom he tweeted about passing recently. I didn't recognize the tune, but I believe it was the Chas & Dave song "Ain't No Pleasing You" based on a quick Google of the lyrics I remember.

Re: Graham's solo tour 2018

Posted: 24 Sep 2018, 22:02
by blurop4
Btw, I have an extra ticket to tonight's Bowery Ballroom show if anyone is interested. Just try to catch me on here relatively soon and we can make a plan.

Re: Graham's solo tour 2018

Posted: 25 Sep 2018, 15:00
by mizzuzjoja
I'm sure some of you have heard already, but Graham treated us to a charming version of "Red Necks" last night here in NYC (video: https://youtu.be/7onpaUj-2J4). Ever the slyly knowing sort, he afterwards commented something to the effect of, "Some of those lyrics aren't quite as acceptable nowadays as they were 20 years ago, you know..." (i.e., waitress ass-pinching, etc.). I'm sure someone's got it on video.

He also added "Baby, You're Out Of Your Mind" to the encore, apparently on a whim.

All-around fantastic show—2 hours and 15 minutes of pure bliss. Can't wait for tonight's show in Brooklyn!

Re: Graham's solo tour 2018

Posted: 25 Sep 2018, 23:40
by aldamasta
I wish I could've seen Baby You're Out of Your Mind soo much! Wow! Also, what the heck Graham! In Chicago I yelled out "play Rednecks!" and he responded with "oh, that's a weird one, innit. I'd probably get run out of town, a bit Oliver Twisty." I can't believe the madman actually played it :lol: