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. fromthetub Says:

    So I’ve been playing this app on my iPhone called “Words with Friends”… it’s essentially Scrabble which I totally suck at, but it’s some how addicting. I currently have games going with my sister-in-law in NYC and two other family members. You can make your play and then check back later, or play in real time. If anyone with an iPhone wants to down the free app and start a game with me, I’m “fromthetub”. –haha, sorry to geek out on you–

    @Lycan, I’ll download and give SF a listen.

    I’m going to the party now…

  2. Selector J Says:

    Radiohead is definitely pretty rad.

    I’m a big ‘OK Computer’ fan.
    ‘Kid A/Amnesiac’ are pretty close runners-up, though.

    To be fair, I haven’t given the post-Amnesiac stuff a fair listen.

  3. ChefBradford Says:

    Thom York(e?) has an amazing voice.

    And I have to say, although it may have been a one te thing, I’ve no idea, but they do/did an awesome cover of “Nobody Does It Better”

  4. fromthetub Says:

    I mean “CF”, Lycan… sorry!

  5. Lycanthropist Says:

    Yorke with the e

  6. whole tour! Says:

    House of cards is my all time fav Radiohead song.
    Haunting stuff.

  7. chefbradford Says:

    fromthetub- I’ll check that app out, now

    didn’t one Trey’s Superjam group from JazzFest a few years ago do “Knives Out”? I think so. What I’ve heard from that show, though…Trey’s voice was pretty gone. I have a friend that went to a show that weekend, don’t remember what band/artist/whatever, but the encore involved Trey and Dave Matthews doing “Watchtower”; my friend said Dave couldn’t remember or sing the lyrics, and Trey was having an uphill battle with the ‘Doc. Dark times

    I fell into OK Computer later, but damn.

    The Radiodread album (Easy Star All-Stars, did Dub side of the moon) is killer, fwiw

  8. pagesidehighschool Says:

    Radiohead is def not for everyone! So glad they didn’t play kid a in indio

  9. chefbradford Says:

    wholetour- I called that one awhile ago as maybe my fave non-love love song. Haunting is EXACTLY the word I’ve used to describe it to people. Breathtaking, also. Incredibly moving

  10. Mitch Says:

    fromthetub,
    great app. was addicted to it when it first came out. heres something to take note of. if you dont make a move in a week, you forfit your game. i know you think “you couldnt make one single move in a week??” i know. but it happens.

  11. BrandonKayda Says:

    I really do enjoy Radiohead as well.

    Kid A is probably my favorite of theirs, followed by In Rainbows. Kid A is a very dark album, but very beautiful in the same way. Whoever made the “Winter album” comment nailed it. Amnesiac is brilliant as well, both of those albums (Kid A/Amnesiac) are very abstract at times and can be hard to get into. But once it clicks, it stays with you.

    Kid A is definitely one of those nostalgic albums for me, among others (In The Aeroplane over The Sea comes to mind).

    I haven’t seen Radiohead live, but hear they are an incredible live act.

    Anyways, there is my rant on Radiohead. This is what I am doing instead of work that I am behind on. Procrastination kicks ass! (I really should be working right now)

    Speaking of Radiohead, check out the Chance Fisher 12.12.09 War A Piece->Old Town Manitoba->National Anthem. Nice dark slice of music for late night.

    CF pimping works best at night—>Fact.

  12. Frankie Says:

    This is from the solo shows Thom Yorke did back in october last year with Flea where they did the whole “The Eraser” record… Sound is shit but Flea is the shit! 🙂

  13. Leo Weaver Says:

    @chef…the wife REALLY likes that ESAS radiohead album…mixes two of her favorite things. I’ve never really gotten into radiohead much but I too enjoy the ESAS version

  14. chefbradford Says:

    Lycan- so, on the off-chance that my monies allow me to hit up a show of yours, what are the odds of a sweet Radiohead cover? Although, it’d prolly be sweeter to catch a full set of originals 🙂

  15. Frankie Says:

    Yeah, Kid A is not really a palm trees/sunny/party record… Exile was perfect!

    I lived “House of Cards” last year… it sucked…

  16. Selector J Says:

    @Chef: way off topic, you ever go to Snake-n-Jakes? (you can see how my mind got there though: JazzFest>NOLA>Snake-n-Jakes)

    that place rules. my bro-in-law gave me a SnJ t-shirt for X-mas (appropriate since it’s an X-Mas themed bar).

  17. Lycanthropist Says:

    @chef

    I personally promise we will play a Radiohead song for you if you come.

    I can feed you, and possibly house you (gotta talk to the wife, but shouldn’t be a problem), it will be a party for sure.

    My guitar players bday is that night

  18. Prince Nabby Says:

    Lycan: Crepes and Bananas is one of the ones that I like. Y’all’s guitarist just tears that shit up, Gilmore-style . . .

  19. chefbradford Says:

    Leo- I randomly heard the Dub Side album back when I was doing a lot of ‘delics, it was on one of the music-tv channels. Y’know, 900-something, all ‘this type’ of music. We were tripping, put the reggae channel on, it’s Dub Side. Bought it, finally, a couple years ago. Saw they’d done R-head, knew I had to have it

    I very much enjoy Citizen Cope, who contributed to the R-dread album

  20. Mitch Says:

    haven’t made my way up to the radiohead comments yet but i look forward to joining in if that still goes. in rainbows is freaking awesome and i actually paid them taboot. you could pay if you wanted. how cool is that?

    in other news, i feel bad for the person that made the syracuse poster. its STILL for sale on drygoods. that sucks.

  21. Frankie Says:

    Did you guys ever saw that Orchestra Baobab clip from Letterman with Trey and Dave Matthews where everybody is playing a Languedoc…

    World record of most Languedocs played on the same stage at the same time?

  22. Prince Nabby Says:

    @ Selecter: Smokey (who’s a pacifist) wrote MMGAMIO? Far out! I had no idea . . .

    Here’s another lost lot t-shirt opportunity: “Festival Eight Year Olds, Dude”
    (That movie is *full* of verbal and visual echoes).

  23. pagesidehighschool Says:

    I was really hoping for ziggy stardust, but exile was a close second

    radiohead just doesn’t do it for me, they’re just too dark and gloomy, I like music that make me feel good, like dr teeth, now that’s some feel good boogie!

  24. Lycanthropist Says:

    @page

    i hear ya. but I like to tap into all emotions when I am listening to music.

    don’t make the mistake of just writing Radiohead off as whiny sad music. There is some real depth and Floydian influence there.

  25. Prince Nabby Says:

    @ Page Side — Just watched my 2.14.03 DVD today, and they do a great cover of Cover of the Rolling Stone . . .

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