The Blind KingŪ - obscurer than thou

Does it mean this, does it mean that, that's all anybody wants to know. Fuck them, darling. I say what any decent poet would say if you dared ask him to analyse his work: If you see it, dear, then it's there. - Freddy Mercury

1.29.2005

Thursday Night

The show at Zuzu went well. Still our favorite place to play. The Kent 100s had to cancel due to illness, but Mark Kraus of Jr. Courdoroy agreed to fill in. We played our quieter stuff for the first set. Then Mark played some of his great songs.

I was into my 4th free beer by the second set, and pretty relaxed. We kinda rocked out, and jumped around a bit, which was fun. Maybe I'm getting a little tired of all the moody quiet material. It felt good to play loud and move around. Easier to get into it and the band locks in much tighter. Maybe we'll start moving more in that direction for our live shows.

The crowd by that point consisted mostly of our friends, who were busy catching up with each other, and not paying strict attention. This made it more fun to just let go and have fun. We were the background music, setting the vibe. Personally I thought it was one of our best shows, even though it was a small crowd.

Set 1
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Nothing
Box
Turned to Glass
New Strings
Cellar Door
Punk Rock Dream
Driving
Moonlight Mile

Set 2
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She Fell Down
The Ballad of Tom Billings
Lost In Space
Lady Fay
The Smartest Girl In Town
Yellow Sarong
Her Grey City
Hot Down Here
Pennsylvania
Indie Pop Song
Jersey Girl

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