July 20, 2002 at 5:53 pm #62742
Don’t have time to try and recall a setlist but the new song was cool and the show was great.
I was the guy in khakis and the blue Garbage/Androgyny t-shirt about 3 rows of people back on J’s left side.July 20, 2002 at 7:04 pm #62743
Based on corrections from Jaron and Green Thumb. This should be it.
Everybody Let Me Down
Little Fury Things
Not You Again
Lung (first verse only)
I’d also like to say that some drunk woman was totally being crazy behind me and kept uh, trying to make me dance. Never had that kind of encounter before… It was pretty wild. I noticed that many of the people there looked kind of like me. I believe I may have seen you Jaron.
<small>[ 07-23-2002, 10:49 AM: Message edited by: Screaming Tree ]</small>July 20, 2002 at 7:15 pm #62744
I think Waistin was after Blob.July 22, 2002 at 11:38 am #62745
Thanks for the reviews and setlist,cool that Chris Brokaw opened,being a Come fan I would have liked to have seen that.July 22, 2002 at 11:43 am #62746
Long Distance DrunkParticipant
I was there as well. J seemed to be having more fun than last time I saw him. It was a good time, and I am just stoked I got to a show in DC without getting lost or towed. I didn’t see anyone, but I was to J’s left in a plain black t-shirt right in front of the speakers.July 22, 2002 at 1:03 pm #62747
i almost made it to that show.
thanks for the reviews and such, i was wondering about that c. brokaw fella.
so screaming tree did ya dance with that crazy woo-man or what?July 22, 2002 at 1:06 pm #62748
yeah, i got told after the show that brokaw was formerly in come and that he jammed at some previous j show. i’ve heard of come but i never heard any of their music. however i just got done listening to the mp3 of brokaw solo on "bricks" that was on the sxsw site and based on that i think he’d sound better performing with a backing band or at least a drummer.July 22, 2002 at 1:23 pm #62749
</font><blockquote><font>quote:</font><hr><font>Originally posted by sarsaparilly:
so screaming tree did ya dance with that crazy woo-man or what?</strong></font><hr></blockquote><font>I sort of just was shocked at this behavior, she just sort of started moving my arms and saying ‘let’s dance’ and I just sort of tried as hard as I could to not laugh at her. Anyways, in the Washington Post today there was the obligatory review by some 40 year old guy who reffered to ‘The former Dinosuar Jr’ playing at the Black cat ‘sans-distortion’ <img> . This is the third show I’ve been to in a row where there’s been a review afterwards that is totally not good. Publicity is publicity I guess. I’d reprint it here but it’s pretty boring, it might be at http://www.washingtonpost.com.July 22, 2002 at 1:41 pm #62750
hey screaming tree, I found the article you talk of:
thanks for the reviews and set list! seems like it was as good as ever <img>July 22, 2002 at 1:42 pm #62751
Thanks for all the reports, you all, sounds like it was a fine show!
Here is that Washington Post review that Screaming Tree mentioned.
Would also have loved to see Chris Brokaw, saw him last year playing guitar with Steve Wynn, cool guy…. (his latest solo cd ‘Red Cities’ is a fine, instrumental album)July 22, 2002 at 5:56 pm #62752
I wasn’t that impressed with him. His set was pretty dull. Just him playing weird chords, not singing, and tapping on a tamborine on the floor.July 23, 2002 at 2:28 am #62753
Brokaw also used to play in Codeine on drums and guitar,Codeine used to be on Sub Pop,they were really slow/sad type stuff.Like J,Brokaw is a great drummer as well as guitarist.
Red Cities got a very high rating from the AMG,even more then More Light.July 23, 2002 at 2:52 am #62754
Excellent show, as always. J was very very mellow tonite (I mean, like, mellower than usual), but the show was still awesome of course. J came out after the show and shook hands, posed for pictures, etc. He’s still doing the acoustic/break into electric-distortion during the solos thing. He’s also recording a loop (acoustic) and letting it repeat as he jams his electric solo. During Quest, he was literally going back and forth from acoustic to "electric". Man, that was sweet! Other highlights for me had to be Get Me, Ammaring, and Alone. The Severed Lips/Wagon encore was ammazing too. I’m pretty sure he played On the Run, someone please correct me if I’m wrong about that one. I don’t think I imagined it, I love that song. Not you again was a real treat too, I’m pretty sure that was the first time I’ve ever heard that one live. The list looks alot like the Martin & Me show, for the most part. Here’s the set list as I remembered it, probably not in the correct order though:
Freedom? (one of the new songs I guess)
What else is new?
New Song??? Everybody lets me down, maybe?
Not You Again
Lung (first virse only)
On the Run
WagonJuly 23, 2002 at 2:58 am #62755
Sorry, didn’t realize that a set list had already been posted. Mine was totally from memory 2 days later so I’m sure I messed up a song or two.July 23, 2002 at 12:51 pm #62756
It’s quite alright, your setlist has helped me fill in the weak spots in my memory. I forgot he played The Lung. Thanks, the blended version is above.
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