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SET LIST 7/13/05

Pretty Pink Rose, Adrian Belew
Gunman, Adrian Belew
Thin Air, Enuma Elish
Catwalk (Habibi), Reg
Superbowl Sundae, Ozomatli
These are the Ghosts, Band of Bees
No Atmosphere, Band of Bees
I Love You, Band of Bees
Riot Radio, The Dead 60’s
Red Light, The Dead 60’s
Don’t Be Cruel, Josh Roseman Unit
Kashmir, Josh Roseman Unit
Greasy G Joshus Redman Elastic Band
Jungle Telegraph, EELS
Death Cell Rounder Blues, Michael Bloomfield
Kansas City Blues, Michael Bloomfield
Down in the Swamp, Benoit, Davies, Neal
I Put a Spell on You, Benoit, Davies, Neal
Hustlin’ Down to N.O., Tab Benoit
When Love Comes to Town, B.B. King
Nightlife, B.B. King
He’s got a Key, Bo Diddley

Michael Bloomfield: If you love the blues..

Widely known from his days in the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, the Electric Flag and on Al Kooper’s Super Sessions, Bloomfield is often spoken of in the same breath as Clapton and Green. On this Album, Bloomfield pays tribute to some of his inspirations including; B.B. King,T-Bone Walker and Howlin’ Wolf. The second portion of this interesting album features Bloofield w/Woody Harris diving fingers first into the acoustic roots of the gospel blues. Fingerstyle pickin’ crossed w/a whining electric slide sounds like a ride I would take a turn on. Several informative narratives seperating masterful guitarship.

Kicking Mule/Fantasy 2004 *****

EELS: Souljacker

The album makes you feel like you have stepped right into Nowheresville, not knowing how you got there. A little weary and confused, by the end you don’t want to leave. Some tunes like Woman Driving…will lull you into a space comforting like a pillow.
Hard nosed rockrs like Dog Faced Boy and That’s not really Funny will put you in the mood to drive fast and smirk a cocky smirk at the folks that stare. You little punks think you own this town

EELS are odd no doubt but it is a friendly sort of queer.

Dreamworks 2002*****

A Band of Bees: Free the Bees

If you’ve been looking for some new sound from the late 60’s- early 70’s acid rock, psychodelic scene…look no further. This cd brings you back…a la THE WHO. British and Beatlesque at moments, they feature horns, Hammonds and the works.

A Virgin Records release.. *****