I'll have to agree with the naysayers—I think the self-service aspect is a novelty that may be fun to play with once or twice, but I wouldn't be shocked if they start to gather dust once the initial wave of interest dies down a bit. I'd recommend The Craftsmen on Cumberland St. if you're looking for a wide selection and don't want to be punished for not wanting to play bartender. That said, brunch chicken waffles are outstanding and it's a good spot to catch a game.
Hey CCP -- King of Spain plays Tin Roof on the 30th. Tonight is Shatterdog!
They certainly didn't play Yoshimi Pt. 1.
I tend to agree with kehoutek. Fun show and all, but the flow was weird. Also, Wayne called us Charlotte, and then tried to play it off with some excuse about how the location was irrelevant because the experience transcends it or whatever. I enjoyed myself, but TV On the Radio the night before at the Farm was the true live highlight of the week.
Good review, but he never played Idaho...was one I was hoping for but he definitely didn't play it. And as transient said, Girl In the War was played at the end of the set, not at the beginning.
Any help with a setlist?
"In the constitution I don't see where the Govt. should supply skate parks to the people."
I see your overarching argument about taxpayer dollars...but really? The Constitution doesn't say much, friend. I'm don't think there's anything in there about the government providing interstates, either, so we should probably go ahead and have those removed. But thank the lord we don't have to quarter any soldiers!
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