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piccies from the ickle man in the big world who's moved to flickr for cost purposes... even though this is still cooler. He's called partbuthnott over there.

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-- at bristol carling academy
-- the smoke before the show
-- the phat speaker stack
-- J. Mascis, L. Barlow and the drummer dude called Murph raaaawwwwwwwwwwk out old style. Wicked.

spinboy says:

They used that setup no matter where they were. I saw them in a tiny venue last week and J.Mascis was still using the three full stack set up. Crazy man. Fantastic band.

24th May 2006, 11:57

parbuthnott says:

aha a cambersander. Wish I could have been there... and actually I'm MUCH more a Barlow than a Mascis man. Together they very different from Mr Lo-Fi on his own, or with his mates. J. defo crazy tho, and fantastic as you rightly say...

Getting slightly portly... and old... but still they do THE THING better than an awful lot of kids half/a third of their age...

24th May 2006, 12:02

spinboy says:

No not a cambersamber, I'm too busy with exams to have gone to ATP, but I caught them in Glasgow last week.

I am too more of a fan of Loobie, but I've always missed him playing in his solo, Folk or Sebodoh guises. I couldn't pass that up. I was rather impressed by him actually.

24th May 2006, 12:50

parbuthnott says:

Aha - my mistake, last week = last weekend to my small brain sometimes..

And yes I was actually quite liking our Loobie doing the shouty thing instead of his much more *pleasant on the ear* style songs about cats...

I felt most privileged to see the man touring Emoh in Oxford last year... in a tiny venue... and then he sold us his tee-shirts and CD's and signed stuff and had a chat and a pint with the 20 people who stood around like small children hanging on his words... He's such a nice man, he should work for the AA.

24th May 2006, 13:00

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