, attached to 1999-07-21

Review by Stecks

Stecks Remember when people carried around pen and paper to write down setlists? I've always been a huge Pavement fan. I remember everyone standing around completely dumbfounded during Gold Soundz - I was by the tapers, and I kind of got a kick when the game of "telephone" started as the name of the song spread throughout the venue. I love that tune. I'd say I probably was one of a handful of kids at that show who knew that song and was singing along with it, but who knows, I'm probably completely biased and music snobby. Overall, pretty unimpressive first set. Second set made up for it - CK had the crowd BUMPING during the Mike's jam (remember the white lights spinning up and down?) Didn't care for the B&R part of encore, but Bold As Love sent us home happy. Incidentally, I took my friend Joel (you tapers know him), the DailyGuru (check him out online and on you tube) to this show, his first. He was hooked from then on out... Considering his favorite band up to that point was Aerosmith, I think I did him and humanity a huge mitzvah.


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