Weekend Nuggets: Memories of Miami

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“Swept Away > Steep > jam” 12.31 I (HD)

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“Tela” 12.30 I (HD)

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“Ocelot” jam 12.29 I (HD)

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“Reba” jam 12.29 I

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“The Curtain (With)” jam 12.30 II

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656 Responses to “Weekend Nuggets: Memories of Miami”

  1. Mitch Says:

    and i am a big wuss and went with option 3 and 3b. sitting at home on a saturday night when i had options for parties and concerts. how lame is that?

    what up ya’ll?

  2. Lycanthropist Says:

    @Mr. P

    you want the long or short answer?

  3. Frankie Says:

    Backdrifts!

    Hey Mitch! I chose that option too! šŸ™‚

  4. Mr. Palmer Says:

    Short Lycan- i’m a simple man

  5. Frankie Says:

    If i had been in NYC, we would have hit that

  6. Lycanthropist Says:

    Hail to the Thief is a very dark album, but it is very rocking.

    On of my favorite albums of all time, and definitely my favorite Radiohead. Although I may be in the minority amongst Radiohead fans.

    Kid A/Amnesiac is often considered their best by a lot of a diehard fans, and I surely do love those albums. Kid A and Amnesiac are two different albums that were originally gonna be released as a double album.

    Now that is some spacy shit, for a good mindfuck sit down, smoke your fav herb, and listen to those two from start to finish back to back.

    In Rainbows is the closest thing to a “happy” album they have. I wouldn’t say it screams joy, but it does touch on some very positive emotions including love, reflection, and nostalgia. It is an album about looking back on your life and seeing it happen all over again.

    Great concept and good album.

  7. Frankie Says:

    Bitches Brew Revisited!!! Are you kidding me?

    Bitches Brew Revisited
    Graham Haynes, coronet / James Blood Ulmer, guitar / Marco Benevento, keys / DJ Logic, turntables & samples / Antoine Roney, bass clarinet & saxophone / Lonnie Plaxico, bass / Cindy Blackman, drums / Adam Rudolph, percussion

  8. Lycanthropist Says:

    Sit Down. Stand Up.
    Climbing Up the Walls
    Everything in its Right Place

    top 3 Radiohead songs for me

  9. Lycanthropist Says:

    holy awesomeness batman @ Frankie

  10. Mitch Says:

    i didnt have the energy to go be social and i’d have wanted to leave and been the annoyance i always am when i wanna leave. so i spared us an argument. i’ve turned into my buddy that i used to make fun of when i was in college and he had graduated a year earlier. i couldnt understand being tired and not wanting to go out. my conversation with my girl went like this:

    me: “but i worked all day and im tired”
    her friend in the other room: “she said you’d say that”
    my girl “yeah you’re so predictable”

    balls.

    on the bright side, the phish bio is keeping me entertained. ive only caught one factual error (florida panhandle for cypress) and 2 grammatical errors which could be me reading it wrong or is correct in english by rule but not by common practice.

  11. Leo Weaver Says:

    yeah, that sounds pretty sweet frankie…say, how’s the cold up there? šŸ˜‰

  12. Mitch Says:

    frankie,
    WE TOTALLY WOULD HAVE GONE!! i didn’t get a chance to click on the link you sent be earlier, i thought it was something coming up. didn’t realize it was today. i would have pushed on til the day to show you a good time and now with you posting that bitches brew revisited, it sure as hell would have been a good time.

    double balls.

  13. chefbradford Says:

    Frankie- is this available, or is it a show, or what’s the deal?

    Lycan- Everything In It’s Right Place is probably my favorite R-head song. Saw the band once, in 03, touring behind Hail. Everything was, I think, the first encore song, and one I’d been hoping for all night

    It. Was. Perfect.

  14. Mr. Palmer Says:

    Cool, thanks Lycan. I have KidA and The Bends . Neither album has really grabbed me although its been a long time since i listen to The Bends. I’ll have to give that another listen. I would like to catch them live. Not a big studio album type anyhow.

  15. Lycanthropist Says:

    Radiohead that CF covers:

    National Anthem
    Talk Show Host
    The entire Bends Album
    Wolf at the Door

    I Might Be Wrong is covered by TSU

    I LOVE Radiohead

    3rd favorite band

  16. Frankie Says:

    Well right now i’d say it’s between 5 and -4 Farenheit, Leo…

    You gotta want have a good reason to go out… šŸ™‚

  17. Lycanthropist Says:

    @Mr. P

    Radiohead is as english as tea.. it takes some time getting used to, but when you do you can’t go without it.

  18. Selector J Says:

    wow! a lot more comments than I expected since my last post. ‘You’re welcomes’ all around for the reggae links. If you missed them just go to Amazon.com and search for “Blood and Fire” and “Pressure Sounds.” The free compilations should be the first hit for each of those searches.

    I’d recommend (highly!) most every release by each of those labels.

    Nabby:
    “Mark it festival eight, dude”
    I thought of that the other day when someone posted a comment related to that scene. Totally blew it on not recognizing that as an awesome F8 shirt idea, beforehand. Such a perfect idea… and Jimmy Dale Gilmore (who plays Smokey) freaking wrote MMGAMOIO!

    I’ve got to get that flux capacitor fixed.

  19. Frankie Says:

    No, that’s a concert part of the Winter Jazz Fest in NYC… just found out about it tonight…

    Kid A is the perfect hangover record… First time i heard it, i went for a walk in a small snowstorm and it just felt like the perfect soundtrack for the winter…

    Such a winter record… I mean, listen to the vocals on the song Kid A, he’s freezing… šŸ™‚

  20. chefbradford Says:

    The Bends and Kid A are what hooked me (I got turned on in 2001, right after Amnesiac came out). A buddy at my new job (the same restaurant whose kitchen I now run, and that buddy was my predecessor) dropped Kid A in one day, and I was mesmerized. We had a good deal: he played some awesome, often weird (to me) stuff and got me turned on to some stuff, I got to play Phish, and got him to appreciate the band rather than just dismiss them

  21. fromthetub Says:

    “i didnt have the energy to go be social and iā€™d have wanted to leave and been the annoyance i always am when i wanna leave.”

    ^ THIS!

    I’m being pressured to go to a party next door — just to make an appearance. This would involve “getting ready” and looking half way decent. I have a nasty cold and all I want to do r-e-s-t and curl up with a large fleece blanket. Urg.

    But it is just next door, and it’s not cold here, so really no good excuses. I think I’m going to loose this argument and have to go…

  22. Lycanthropist Says:

    you should stay in and check out some CF @tub!

  23. Leo Weaver Says:

    Damn that’s ccccold frankie…I’d be holed up inside for sure.

    @mitch…wifey got quite a kick out of your “do I go” conversation…we have the same one regularly. sometimes she even gives friends the ol’ “you’ll have to excuse leo, he’s feeling anti-social tonight.” at least they know what to expect šŸ˜‰

  24. Frankie Says:

    I used to not care so much about Radiohead and then i heard a few Thom and Jonny shows from the Electric Studios where the songs were all stripped down to the basics and i was sold… they have some really good songs though i can understand that it’s not for everybody…

    Although it could be as last time they came to Montreal, 32 000 people showed up…

  25. Frankie Says:

    That was Electric Lady Studios, NYC.

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