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Friday, August 31, 2007

Blind Melon 1995-09-12 - Commadore Ballroom @ 320

Toes Across the Floor
Tones of Home
No Rain
St. Andrew's Fall
The Duke
Car Seat
Filler: Galaxie
Filler: Walk
Filler: Change
Filler: No Rain



s1rrah said...

One of the saddest losses ever; they were just hitting their stride when Shannon gimped out and had to bite it.

Anyway. One of the best dual guitar bands ever and arguably one of the most unsung and talented acts of the 90's.

Maybe they're recent reunion will bring back some old memories or make new ones. Probably the former and if we're lucky, the latter.



Fantastic audio quality, ready for hi-end gear ... no artifacts and a great mix level. "Change" is so so good ...

My inner audiophile is scratching his own belly (in a fond and loving way). ;-)

Thanks for this show mang! So fine.

s1rrah said...

BTW ... just wanted to add, I happened to see Blind Melon's last show, at a nightclub called "Numbers," here in Houston, TX.

Me and my bro noticed the show seemed forced and that the lead (shannon noon) was almost going through the motions; we both spoke of it after the show.

Funny thing is ... the show was still downright listenable and fun, but off in a wierd sort of "lets-get-this-over-with" kind of way.

The next morning we got news of his overdose (in Louisiana, I think?).

Nothing to be proud of really, seeing a dead performers last performance, but it's worth noting in the context of commentary around the particular recording available here at this blog (therefore the note).

Anyway ... again ... to any Melon fans ... you need to pick up this boot.