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 Post subject: Re: A Farewell Transmission / The Jason Molina Thread
PostPosted: Thu September 28, 2017 2:24 pm 
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its been hard doing anything. winter stuck around so long.

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 Post subject: Re: A Farewell Transmission / The Jason Molina Thread
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Dev gets it.

The biography sat on shelf 1/2 read for the past two months. I picked it up yesterday and now I'm in the "Jason is being a drunk asshole and getting less and less creatively productive" chapters and it's fucking depressing.

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Does anything match up to Magnolia Electric Company?

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 Post subject: Re: A Farewell Transmission / The Jason Molina Thread
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I was listening to this the other day and I was like, "God damnit, Jason...god damnit."


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 Post subject: Re: All Things Jason Molina
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Jason is so disappointed at an audience member's joke at the beginning of this video. Stick around for the song!



I just love this video because it's just Jason talking for a while. WTF are all of those people doing talking over him?

Today is the 9-year anniversary of the only MECo show I ever attempted, so the feelings are coming up.

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 Post subject: Re: A Farewell Transmission / The Jason Molina Thread
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::makes that motion with my hand that chefs make when they want to say, "Ah, this is so good"::


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 Post subject: Re: A Farewell Transmission / The Jason Molina Thread
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I was at this show, the (I think) last stop on the tour supporting the "Magnolia Electric Co." album:
https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/magnolia ... 052fa.html

Apparently no one remembers what they played, presumably because the set was all new material at the time (with the exception of a slowed down version of "Riding With the Ghost"). Very Neil Young move. Good show, but you could tell they were tired and ready to go home. I also remember the stage wasn't elevated, and since I'm pretty tall and Jason's pretty short, I spent more of the show watching his bald spot than I'd initially intended.


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 Post subject: Re: A Farewell Transmission / The Jason Molina Thread
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I was at this show, the (I think) last stop on the tour supporting the "Magnolia Electric Co." album:
https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/magnolia ... 052fa.html

Apparently no one remembers what they played, presumably because the set was all new material at the time (with the exception of a slowed down version of "Riding With the Ghost"). Very Neil Young move. Good show, but you could tell they were tired and ready to go home. I also remember the stage wasn't elevated, and since I'm pretty tall and Jason's pretty short, I spent more of the show watching his bald spot than I'd initially intended.


Closest show that Archive.org has is from two weeks before that: https://archive.org/details/meco2004-10-01.flac16

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 Post subject: Re: A Farewell Transmission / The Jason Molina Thread
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That's probably pretty close, but it was a shorter set than that and I'm confident they didn't do "Steve Albini's Blues" or anything else from MEC besides "Ghost." They definitely closed with "Mama Don't Let Your Babies.."


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When I saw them they played:

Arrow in a Gale
Little Sad Eyes
Hard to Love a Man
Whip Poor Will
Down The Wrong Road Both Ways
Josephine
Rock of Ages
Shenandoah
London Bridge
Talk to Me Devil, Again
Leave the City
Rider.Shadow.Wolf
Trouble In Mind
John Henry Split My Heart

Encore:
I've Been Riding With the Ghost
The Handing Down

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 Post subject: Re: A Farewell Transmission / The Jason Molina Thread
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Here's a relatively rare song: "Devil Wings"

https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/ ... wings.html

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 Post subject: Re: A Farewell Transmission / The Jason Molina Thread
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Legend.


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 Post subject: Re: A Farewell Transmission / The Jason Molina Thread
PostPosted: Wed September 19, 2018 1:38 pm 
Did you see this? Strand of Oaks + MEC:



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 Post subject: Re: A Farewell Transmission / The Jason Molina Thread
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I did, but to be honest I haven't listened yet. Did pre-order though. When I saw the news I just dove into Journey On and listened to some of my favorite tracks from there.

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Does anything match up to Magnolia Electric Company?

no one can answer this

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 Post subject: Re: A Farewell Transmission / The Jason Molina Thread
PostPosted: Wed September 19, 2018 8:13 pm 
For me, no. What Comes After the Blues and Didn't It Rain come closest I guess. Aside from those and MEC he's more of a song artist to me, vs. albums. I have a hard time with the slow, plodding stuff, and there's a lot of that.


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 Post subject: Re: A Farewell Transmission / The Jason Molina Thread
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Lioness boxset reissue incoming. I imagine there will be a CD version, too. Out 11/23.

https://www.bullmoose.com/p/28165830/so ... 0-globally

Disc 1
1 The Black Crow
2 Tigress
3 Nervous Bride
4 Being in Love
5 Lioness
6 Coxcomb Red
7 Back On Top
8 Baby Take A Look
9 Just a Spark

Disc 2
1 On My Way Home (Lioness Sessions outtake)
2 Never Fake It (Lioness Sessions outtake)
3 From the Heart (Lioness Sessions outtake)
4 It Gets Harder Over Time (Lioness Sessions outtake)
5 I Promise Not To Quit (Lioness Sessions outtake)
6 Neighbors Of Our Age (Lioness Sessions outtake)
7 Pyrate II (Even Now) (Lioness Sessions outtake)
8 Velvet Marching Band (Lissy’s Sessions)
9 Raw (Lissy’s Sessions)
10 Already Through (Lissy’s Sessions)
11 Wondrous Love (Lissy’s Sessions)

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