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Monday, September 10, 2007

Wilco Live in San Jose CA, 2004 @ 192

(crowd)
Misunderstood
At Least That's What You Said
Muzzle Of Bees
Hummingbird
Hell Is Chrome
I Am Trying To Break Your Heart
Company In My Back
Jesus, Etc
Handshake Drugs
A Shot In The Arm
War On War
crowd)
Theologians
I'm The Man Who Loves You
Poor Places
Spiders (Kidsmoke)
Another Man's Done Gone
Via Chicago
I'm Always In Love
Candyfloss
California Stars
Kingpin
The Late Greats
I'm A Wheel

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2 comments:

yabanjin said...

Whoa – now that's exciting. I never even thought about checking to see whether there were any bootlegs of this show, and here it falls in my lap. Sadly, I had to go all by myself, since my lame colleagues at Stanford didn't know Wilco's music. Grad students can be completely clueless about...well...anything to do with contemporary society. Great show, though. And well worth attending under any circumstances. The light show alone was worth the price of admission.

Congratulations on a great site, Tony. I check the blog regularly to see what's been posted. And thank you too, Post Pixie! You've truly made my wish come true!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for these Wilco shows I stop by just about everyday and love the site. I don't suppose you have or would know someone who would have some Old Crow Medicine Show performances. But that aside it is a great site and thank you for doing it.
Peace
Matthew