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Videos: Insolence and Breaking the Yearlings

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11 Oct 2012 07:02
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I saw SW and Dinosaur Jr. at Wow Hall. Won't be making the Seattle show because of medical stuff, but I'd appreciate more photos and such, if you (or anyone else) wants to post them.

I didn't get any because as usual, I was transfixed the moment the music started. :shock: Usually I get distracted by the band or the show and forget I have a camera. At Shearwater shows I forget I have a body.

I met a "new" fan (Hi Rebecca!), who was experiencing her first Shearwater show, after hearing Animal Joy within the last year and falling in love with it, and then randomly seeing a flyer on Wednesday afternoon.... Seeing new people experience SW in a way similar to how I do is so much fun! She was beaming! I love that!

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12 Oct 2012 04:37
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I'm really, really excited about the headlining gig in Chicago next Sunday. We've seen them three times this year, but opening sets just aren't the same. I saw Dino Jr in Detroit before the guys joined them, so I'm OK there.


13 Oct 2012 01:16
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Photos from Seattle, and a little post on my blog if you want to read it.

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14 Oct 2012 18:44
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My God, that show was great. Open Your Houses was played - I think it might have been the live debut. I don't know why they haven't been playing it, as it was killer.

Everything was perfect this time - the singing, the playing, the arrangements, the harmonies, the mixing. Definitely one of the best Shearwater shows I've attended. This version of Insolence was the best and most emotionally gripping performance I've heard.

I really hope we get a headlining tour in North America next year - this band is far too good to just be an opening act.


22 Oct 2012 02:47
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Crossing all available fingers for the Berlin or the Vienna show to be at least as good.

...Ok, all my fingers are occupied with typing and mouse-operating, but metaphorically, I'm crossing all of them. Plus my toes.

Christel wrote:
Usually I get distracted by the band or the show and forget I have a camera. At Shearwater shows I forget I have a body.


That is a beautiful description.


22 Oct 2012 03:30
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