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pop explosion night #1
- Subject: pop explosion night #1
- From: "James R. Covey" <JRCOVEY\!/ac.dal.ca>
- Date: Thu, 29 Sep 1994 18:32:48 -0300
plum tree rocked my world, best set they've ever done,
can't wait for the _flutterboard_ cassette.
rebecca west is like if allison outhit sang/played
lead for hardship post. that's the closest comparison
i can think of.
al tuck was nervous but still his laid-back self.
i've seen him do better, and i also wish that
phil sedore had been there to do lead guitar.
it was "al tuck and even less action".
jale were the best i've ever seen them -- a *lot* more
confident, taking the u.k. by storm will work every time.
spinanes were excellent once rebecca's guitar got
unfucked. but it was *way* too late and everyone was
*way* too tired after 2 in the morning (which is when
the aforementioned unfucking took place, about 15 mins
after they hit the stage). i wish they had got on at
least by 1 a.m. i have a feeling i have yet to see
the best that the spinanes have to offer. there were
only two songs that i didn't recognize, which doesn't
surprise me 'cause speaking for myself _manos_ is an
album which still holds up months later.