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Last week, Norah Jones at the Hammersmith Apollo. I know, I know, and I was not sure why I'd booked even before it started. I mean, I've never bought the new album. But as I'm sure I bored everyone wi

Going to see the Finn brothers in Central Park this evening. I assumed it would have sold out, but I got a message pushing half price tickets which I couldn't resist. Think it will piss down?  

Saw the Cowboy Junkies again last night, in an ice cold Beacon Theater. They had to wind up a ninety minute set at 11pm - union rules - which is a pity, as I think the audience would have loved anoth

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I think I am supposed to be boycotting Bob Dylan for all kinds of undiscussable reasons relating to Starbucks. :blink:

 

Meantime, having seen DIG!, I wasted no time grabbing tickets for the Brian Jonestown Massacre at the Bowery Ballroom. I expect it will be prove to be tediously peaceful and conventional evening.

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Saw BETTY, Tracy Bonham and Jane Siberry at SummerStage. Really an "eh" show except for the strange highlight of Tracy Bonham doing a cover of "Milkshake." Inexplicably, I thought of Wilfrid. :blink:

Did Siberry do Calling All Angels? Just wait till Katie covers "Milkshake." Will Wilfrid be able to contain himself?

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Saw BETTY, Tracy Bonham and Jane Siberry at SummerStage. Really an "eh" show except for the strange highlight of Tracy Bonham doing a cover of "Milkshake." Inexplicably, I thought of Wilfrid.  :blink:

Did Siberry do Calling All Angels?

Yawn. Yes.

 

She was really too New Agey and sappy for my taste.

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Christ, I'm old. I have heard of none of these people. However, after reading on her website that "Bonham’s third album is musically sophisticated, whip-smart, teddy-bear tender and utterly genuine", I think I'm glad.

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Saw BETTY, Tracy Bonham and Jane Siberry at SummerStage. Really an "eh" show except for the strange highlight of Tracy Bonham doing a cover of "Milkshake." Inexplicably, I thought of Wilfrid.  :blink:

Did Siberry do Calling All Angels?

Yawn. Yes.

 

She was really too New Agey and sappy for my taste.

That song makes me want to scream and throw things. Just my 2 cents.

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BETTY used to be very good. I have 2 of their albums and saw them in concert at the Bottom Line years ago (where someone decided to break up with me 20 minutes before the show started, but that's another story). I'm not as impressed with the music they've done for The L Word, and frankly none of them can act.

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Saw BETTY, Tracy Bonham and Jane Siberry at SummerStage. Really an "eh" show except for the strange highlight of Tracy Bonham doing a cover of "Milkshake." Inexplicably, I thought of Wilfrid.  :blink:

Did Siberry do Calling All Angels?

Yawn. Yes.

 

She was really too New Agey and sappy for my taste.

That song makes me want to scream and throw things. Just my 2 cents.

Perhaps it's best when she sings it with K. D. Lang.

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