Discussion in 'Denver, CO' started by arrowheadpodracer, May 25, 2002.
Rescued from page 2.
On right now:
Lovin' Every Minute of It- Loverboy
been copying cds all day.
good save Jedi_pilot. i cant get enough of this.
well i said i would & i did (well, my wife found it) so right now i have:
The best of Abba-the Millenium collection
Good save, Jedi Pilot
Well its been a long day
Today was U2 day
started w/ The Unforgettable Fire
Rattle and Hum
and finished off w/ the latest
Just finished drownin' in about a half-hour of Paul Okenfold.
Again a page two rescue.
Playing now is: Elevation by U2 from the Tomb Raider soundtrack.
Dave Matthews, Recently (edit 2)
u2 aint bad either...
saw them both live recently (no pun intended)
both amazing in concert...
oh hey, i just read (this is old news im sure) but daves next live cd is going to be the show from folsom field last july... the last one i made it to... that was an amazing show... they're making a dvd too... its gonna be sweet..
AWESOME!!!!!! i was at that show too!! we were in the 7th row so maybe Ill see myself on the video. that would be soooo kewl!!!! I hadnt heard they were doing that. im really happy about it. thanks for the info QGD. right now I have:
The Samples-transmissions from the sea of tranquility
Jack Johnson--Brushfire Fairytales
& once again--good save Jedi_Plot
yeah, i was way up in one of the bleachers cause i forgot to buy tickets right away and i didnt have the money to spend more than 50 bucks on a ticket... they werent too bad though, and you can feel the energy of their music all throughout the stadiums anyways... i really loved the setlist, a little of everything and a lot over all... plus i went with two of my best girl-friends so that made the night even better... im gonna buy it just to relive that night... ahh memories.
that was a great night for sure. you probably know but, he got fined $1000 for every minute he played past 10 o'clock. He played till 10:15 (paid 15 grand)& said later that it wasnt a big deal to pay that money to give the crowd some extra tunes- the traffic to boulder forced alot of people to arrive late & it rained a little too.
I saw Sammy Hagar stop early at fiddlers just last week, because of rain. I was kinda pissed. I had aleady been soaked for an hour-"hey, we're still here!!-finish your set, man!!!"
Ive seen dave in the rain 3 times & he never stopped early. DMB rules.
listening to Paul Oakenfold - Tranceport.
Albums lined up for the day are
Paul Oakenfold - Tranceport
Moby - I Like To Score
DJ Tiesto - Magik I : The First Flight
Matt Darey - Ibiza Euphoria
DJ Tiesto - In Search Of Sunrise
Creed - B Sides and Bonus Tracks
Warren G - Return Of The Regulator
Groove Armada - Goodbye Country, Hello Nightclub
Sean Paul - Stage One (No Bligh is addictive)
Sizzla - Taking Over
Nine Inch Nails - Things Falling Apart
Tool - Lateralus
The Notorious B.I.G. - Born Again
We can talk about DVDs in this thread too, right?
I've been buying DVDs here and there for a few months now, but last night I finally took the plunge and sold off just about all of my videotape collection (except for titles not yet available on DVD -- can you believe Raiders of the Lost Ark is not out on DVD yet?). Now I'm replacing stuff on DVD - it's interesting how much stuff I had on tape that I hadn't watched in years and will probably never replace on DVD.
Last night I picked up Memento, Men in Black and Desperado. All great movies, you should check them out if you haven't yet. Other favorites I've picked up recently are Snatch and the Usual Suspects.
Speaking of Rain & concerts, I've only once been to a rainy show where they stopped the show and it still took them a while to stop it. Lyle Lovett & his Large Band - Summer 2001 - Red Rocks, the whole band had left the stage when the rain started to pour for the third time (there was also some lightning in the distance), but Lyle still kept going doing some solo stuff that was incredible. That is until lightning actually struck the roof of the stage. The crew ran out and bum rushed Lyle into cover. So instead of of the 2-1/2 - 3 hour show he usually does, he only did 2 hours. It was still one of the best shows I've ever seen him perform.
Today is Spinner.com Female Focus channel
i thought it went until 11:15, not 10:15 (the dave show i mean)... i dont know, i may not have the greatest memory but thats how i remember it cause i didnt even get back to my car until 11:30 or 11:45
QGD-youre probably right about the time. that night is a bit....foggy I just know it was 15 minutes for 15 thousand dollars.
btw-where did you hear about the show becoming a live CD/DVD ?
CW-if you're in the market for some decent prices on DVDs, check out deepdiscountdvd.com
I would recommend Das Boat (Director's extended cut).
great choice so you've inspired me
madonna it is
Playing now - Footlose by Keeny Loggins.
JP-I haven't listened to that one in years. It has one of my favorite unknown 80's bands on it, Moving Pictures. I love the one they did called "What About Me." I can't tell you how long it took me to find that stupid song. Of course, right after I found the Album on LP, I came across a cassingle w/ it, figures.
AHPR- I think i read about this on a website called "nances.org" i usually check there to find out info about DMB, thats how i found out about their busted stuff cd way back when, and the lillywhite sessions like a year and a half ago.
thanks QGD- i was wondering if you had seen that question. the DMB warehouse site has nothing about it.
Now I can't get that tune, "What About Me?" out of my head. Did Moving Pictures do "Never"? I can't remember how that one goes. My fave was, "Holdin' Out for a Hero". Bonnie Tyler has that great, gutsy rasp thing goin' on. It was demn sixy!
I'll have to convert it to MP3 for you SS, but I went through that for two years, after the tape I had made from the radio fried. It took me that long to find that stupid song. And yes they did do "Never." My sentimental favorite is "Almost Paradise," but you're right, Bonnie Tyler can make almost anybody get up out of their seat. I can't sit still when that song plays. Did you know her album was produced and mostly written by Jim Steinman of Meatloaf fame?