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 Post subject: Re: St. Vincent - S/T (Feb 25)
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Turns out, she's playing a free show in Brooklyn next month!


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 Post subject: Re: St. Vincent - S/T (Feb 25)
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Anyone see or comment on her performance with Nirvana?

Dude, I LOVED her performance with Nirvana. First thing I ever saw / heard from her. Outstanding.


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 Post subject: Re: St. Vincent - S/T (Feb 25)
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durdencommatyler wrote:
Iholdthepain wrote:
Anyone see or comment on her performance with Nirvana?

Dude, I LOVED her performance with Nirvana. First thing I ever saw / heard from her. Outstanding.


You've got some catching up to do!

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 Post subject: Re: St. Vincent - S/T (Feb 25)
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Iholdthepain wrote:
durdencommatyler wrote:
Iholdthepain wrote:
Anyone see or comment on her performance with Nirvana?

Dude, I LOVED her performance with Nirvana. First thing I ever saw / heard from her. Outstanding.


You've got some catching up to do!

I really, really do.

Any recommendations on where to start?


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 Post subject: Re: St. Vincent - S/T (Feb 25)
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She was a lot more "hard rock" than I expected her to be in concert, that's prob what surprised me the most. I mean this chick can jam--plan on exploring her albums a bit more this weekend.


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durdencommatyler wrote:
Iholdthepain wrote:
durdencommatyler wrote:
Iholdthepain wrote:
Anyone see or comment on her performance with Nirvana?

Dude, I LOVED her performance with Nirvana. First thing I ever saw / heard from her. Outstanding.


You've got some catching up to do!

I really, really do.

Any recommendations on where to start?


Just go chronologically. Either start with Marry Me, or the 3 song Paris Is Burning single, which has a fabulous version of These Days as a b-side.

Def. check out some good quality youtube performances... That will give you more of an idea of what she can do with a guitar. I've seen nothing that can compare, except maybe Tom Morrello.

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Iholdthepain wrote:
durdencommatyler wrote:
Iholdthepain wrote:
durdencommatyler wrote:
Iholdthepain wrote:
Anyone see or comment on her performance with Nirvana?

Dude, I LOVED her performance with Nirvana. First thing I ever saw / heard from her. Outstanding.


You've got some catching up to do!

I really, really do.

Any recommendations on where to start?


Just go chronologically. Either start with Marry Me, or the 3 song Paris Is Burning single, which has a fabulous version of These Days as a b-side.

Def. check out some good quality youtube performances... That will give you more of an idea of what she can do with a guitar. I've seen nothing that can compare, except maybe Tom Morrello.

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 Post subject: Re: St. Vincent - S/T (Feb 25)
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Checked out a ton of her live stuff yesterday. Also spun each of her albums (except the most recent) at least once yesterday while at work.

This is about to become an obsession. Like, I mean, this could get Mynabirds bad.


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durdencommatyler wrote:
Iholdthepain wrote:
durdencommatyler wrote:
Iholdthepain wrote:
Anyone see or comment on her performance with Nirvana?

Dude, I LOVED her performance with Nirvana. First thing I ever saw / heard from her. Outstanding.


You've got some catching up to do!

I really, really do.

Any recommendations on where to start?

Yeah, the first album.


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 Post subject: Re: St. Vincent - S/T (Feb 25)
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So happy that people are starting to realize how brilliant the St. Vincent albums/performances are.

Been in to her for a good number of years now, I would definitely suggest newbies just go through the albums chronologically, there's a really great progression of sounds & writing from one to the next.

Here is my opinion of her best songs:

1. Marrow
2. Cheerleader
3. Surgeon
4. Your Lips Are Red
5. Lightning (David Byrne & St. Vincent album)
6. Every Tear Disappears
7. Cruel
8. Laughing With a Mouth of Blood
9. Save Me From What I Want
10. Ice Age (David Byrne & St. Vincent album)
11. Digital Witness
12. Year of the Tiger
13. Prince Johnny

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Your Lips Are Red is so fucking good.


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Your Lips Are Red is so fucking good.



Yes, and the way they are doing it live these days is absolutely skull-crushing. Great way to close the show.

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Your Lips Are Red is so fucking good.



Yes, and the way they are doing it live these days is absolutely skull-crushing. Great way to close the show.

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 Post subject: Re: St. Vincent - S/T (Feb 25)
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cutuphalfdead wrote:
durdencommatyler wrote:
Iholdthepain wrote:
durdencommatyler wrote:
Iholdthepain wrote:
Anyone see or comment on her performance with Nirvana?

Dude, I LOVED her performance with Nirvana. First thing I ever saw / heard from her. Outstanding.


You've got some catching up to do!

I really, really do.

Any recommendations on where to start?

Yeah, the first album.

8-)


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 Post subject: Re: St. Vincent - S/T (Feb 25)
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She had the set of the weekend at Pitchfork. My first time seeing her live and it exceeded all expectations, which admittedly were already fairly high.


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She had the set of the weekend at Pitchfork. My first time seeing her live and it exceeded all expectations, which admittedly were already fairly high.


Fucking :heartbeat: LOVE :heartbeat: Annie Clark!


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 Post subject: Re: St. Vincent - S/T (Feb 25)
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Just got back from the show. Mind blown. Soul destroyed. Heart broken in the best way. Totally in love.

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 Post subject: Re: St. Vincent - S/T (Feb 25)
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Not sure how much she varies her setlists from night to night, but here's what she played in Brooklyn (8/09):

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The only thing I was hoping to hear that I didn't get was Chloe in the Afternoon. But I'm not complaining. The entire set was money. And besides, it just gives me another reason to keep seeing her live. Like I need another reason.


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my cousin and her husband were at that show last night too; they met sufjan stevens.


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my cousin and her husband were at that show last night too; they met sufjan stevens.

That's so awesome.


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