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Saturday, October 27, 2007

The Tragically Hip 07/01/95 Canada Day High Sierra Music Festival Bear Valley CA @ 320

01 Fully Completely
02 Grace Too
03 Locked In The Trunk Of A Car
04 At The Hundredth Meridian
05 Last Of The Unplucked Gems
06 Giftshop
07 Fifty Mission Cap
08 Fight
09 Inevitability Of Death
10 Daredevil
11 What Kings
12 Eldorado
13 New Orleans Is Sinking
14 Nautical Disaster
15 Fire In The Hole
16 Greasy Jungle
17 The Werewithal



Anonymous said...

amazing post thx from calgary Canada

Les said...


s1rrah said...

Gordon (aka "Gordy"), the Hips aged but energetic frontman (god bless him!) has a reputed habit of asking that clubs/venues shut off all air conditioning a couple hours before they take the stage ... supposedly to add to the cerebral yet carnal, base and ragged edge that so many of their live performances have become notorious for (listen to 'fight,' in this set!).

This recording captures that particularly special and oh so sweaty (maybe even intellectually manic?) vibe that the Hip brings to their live performances.

Like they want everyone to sweat blood and greasily comingle while they go about their very serious and well honed practice of waxing poetic and rocking.

(and sweet GOD! they do it so well)


They've given me the 2nd best live show I've ever had the opp to see personally ... and that's no small feat!

Download this set if you like Gordy and the Hip ... you won't be disappointed.


BTW, TT ... keep up the good work!