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pssatw8
09-08-2009, 06:49 PM
Anybody who has been to the Chapel Hill show or Philly, pls give us a report or set list.

jdrawmeasheep
09-08-2009, 07:06 PM
:(

Magistrate of Latitude
09-08-2009, 07:21 PM
I don't really remember a lot, but I'll try the best I can. CS mostly played songs from Signal Morning, with the exceptions of The Lovely Universe and Should a Cloud Replace a Compass? Nesey played Who, Forestlit Dinners, There wont be Any Crows, and Aurora Borealis from Eyes and Eyes and Eyes ago, along with some other songs I did not recognize. Pipes you see, Pipes you Dont played I Have Been Floated and Mr. Henery. This was at Chapel Hill.

jdrawmeasheep
09-08-2009, 07:24 PM
I don't really remember a lot, but I'll try the best I can. CS mostly played songs from Signal Morning, with the exceptions of The Lovely Universe and Should a Cloud Replace a Compass? Nesey played Who, Forestlit Dinners, There wont be Any Crows, and Aurora Borealis from Eyes and Eyes and Eyes ago, along with some other songs I did not recognize. Pipes you see, Pipes you Dont played I Have Been Floated and Mr. Henery. This was at Chapel Hill.

:(:(:(

pssatw8
09-08-2009, 07:29 PM
Why the sad face?

jdrawmeasheep
09-08-2009, 07:30 PM
Why the sad face?

I WASN'T THERE!!!!!!!


..I wasn't there...

wilson
09-09-2009, 10:41 AM
My roommate & I recorded the show Monday night in Chapel Hill. Possibly a setlist and sample mp3 sometime this evening?

Quick recap: Circulatory--it was the first night on tour, so there were some standard first-night clambakes, but overall a phenomenal performance. Songs segueing perfectly into other songs, lots from both records (about 53 minutes total), and generally just excellent performances and sound. Nesey--a solo performance with just Nesey & his guitar, his 7-8 songs were absolutely captivating. PYS,PYD--Hadn't seen them since Popfest last year (which as I recall was about a 15-20 minute set at 40 watt?), so it was really great to hear the new material in a smaller setting. Closed out with "Mr. Henry", which you may remember from the Holiday Surprise tour. John Fernandes--John surprised us by playing one of his ~15 minute solo pieces, looping themes on various instruments together to build a beatiful sound!

Harnk
09-09-2009, 11:56 AM
cool...but can you explain why you used "clambake" as a metaphor? I really don't get it.

wilson
09-09-2009, 12:17 PM
clam (klam), n., 1. a wrong note, a mistake. eg. "Boy, Jim was having a regular clambake over on his side of the stage tonight."

paradise
09-09-2009, 12:43 PM
My girlfriend and I went to Kung Fu Necktie in Philadelphia last night to see Circulatory System and what a treat that was! They played a great set with songs from both releases blended together quite nicely. I know they kicked it off with Lovely Universe but I forgot to take notes and instead lost myself in a joyous musical blur. Great energy and presence on stage. The venue was small and very intimate. The crowd was so close we were almost all onstage with the band. This was my first time seeing Circ and, as one of my personal favs, they did not disappoint. Also, Im now the proud papa of Signal Morning and am again more than pleased. Well done Mr. Hart. Well done.

animalsanimals
09-09-2009, 01:05 PM
ps. nesey was also amazing last night. i couldnt photo him cause i was so spaced out at that point. here are a few from the philly show everyone. it was dark so this is the best i could get..

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3527/3904706686_e778c774f5_b.jpg


http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2537/3904705614_db5580f768_b.jpg

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3446/3903923939_ee7c1733d3_b.jpg

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3522/3903922629_a5d632892d_b.jpg

i should have a few more, check the flickr...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/johnkphotos/

Harnk
09-09-2009, 01:40 PM
clam (klam), n., 1. a wrong note, a mistake. eg. "Boy, Jim was having a regular clambake over on his side of the stage tonight."

yeah, I gathered that...but why? what is it about clambakes that lends to this measure of mistake?

sorry to be a pest...I really want to know...probably more so than a CS setlist

Harnk
09-09-2009, 01:41 PM
great pics up there btw

animalsanimals
09-09-2009, 01:55 PM
thanks harnk

also last night pipes you see... covered 'i have been floated' which was awesome.

animalsanimals
09-09-2009, 08:15 PM
4 more, why not?

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3448/3904580677_3d2179bfd4_b.jpg

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2579/3904585013_e6cc927a4e_b.jpg

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3448/3904589491_33c539f6ca_b.jpg

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3446/3904590729_77e33992b1_b.jpg

last night i feel like CS played yesterdays world (closer), lovely universe(opener), a peek, should a cloud replace a compass? from the debut. they played everything on signal morning except tracks 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 11, 13, 16. so thats 9 on SM and 4 from ST. i think that was it. i could be wrong.

nesey played who and aurora borealis. also a bunch of excellent songs i dont think i knew. just him on the guitar, no backing band.

abgcunited11
09-09-2009, 08:58 PM
what was Round Again like?

wilson
09-10-2009, 09:32 AM
full Chapel Hill set: http://rapidshare.com/files/279989675/Circulatory_System_-_2009.09.07_Nightlight__Chapel_Hill__NC.zip (posted 9/14)

mirk
09-10-2009, 11:01 AM
these sound amazing, wilson - so much energy. i can't believe i'm missing this tour.

Katara
09-10-2009, 11:52 AM
lucky, lucky east coasters

alltomorrowsparties
09-10-2009, 12:01 PM
wonderful photos, animalsanimals! i can't wait to see this....

NagaSadow
09-10-2009, 01:58 PM
Those recordings are the kind of thing that could make a person take time off of school that they probably can't afford to take, and buy a plane ticket that they also can't afford.

lucylala
09-10-2009, 03:42 PM
I like the clambake reference, regardless of the derivation.

pssatw8
09-10-2009, 05:22 PM
I wasn't using a flash, wanted to get natural look of things.

http://i492.photobucket.com/albums/rr289/pssatw8/9-10concertcarandbeach007.jpg

http://i492.photobucket.com/albums/rr289/pssatw8/9-10concertcarandbeach008.jpg

http://i492.photobucket.com/albums/rr289/pssatw8/9-10concertcarandbeach009.jpg

http://i492.photobucket.com/albums/rr289/pssatw8/9-10concertcarandbeach012.jpg

pssatw8
09-10-2009, 05:24 PM
Set List!!

http://i492.photobucket.com/albums/rr289/pssatw8/9-10concertcarandbeach014.jpg

fiddlesticks
09-10-2009, 06:34 PM
http://lepoissonrougerss.blogspot.com/2009/09/listen-circulatory-system-round-again.html


I'm guessing this is wrong ? (jeff at LPR)
...as I'm sure someone would have mentioned if he got involved last night.....

radiowires
09-10-2009, 06:53 PM
wasn't mentioned in the only other review of the show I could find so far...
http://www.nypress.com/blog-5010-circulatory-system-at-(le)-poisson-rouge.html
but they played "Yesterday's World" - jealous! - they didn't play that in Chapel Hill.

(p.s. probably that first "review", from the club itself, was written prior to the show, and they just parroted their p4k link).

mgocze
09-10-2009, 07:03 PM
found something here (http://musicaggregator.0fees.net/?p=4976).


There was also a spotting of the mysterious Jeff Mangum on that date (last night) which is a nice addition to the overall mythology (apparently he was in the crowd, but unfortunately not on stage, at the Circulatory System show at Le Poisson Rouge) (he appears on their new album) (more on that later).

animalsanimals
09-10-2009, 07:04 PM
i considered going to the ny show also thinking he would play on a song.

Akryllic Love
09-10-2009, 08:05 PM
I want the album so bad. I want to read the liner notes and see who plays what and where and the illustrations and EVERYTHING.

Dihnekis
09-10-2009, 08:23 PM
I sure hope they play a full set at the October 10th show.

unk0wn
09-10-2009, 08:37 PM
has anyone received the album yet? i preordered it.

enocaster
09-11-2009, 08:33 AM
I went to the Worcester, MA show last night and it was GREAT! I was a little worried because at the Holiday Surprise show I saw last year (somewhere in western CT) Will was having a hard time singing and playing, but he was much more together last night. Nesey and Pipes were very good too.

A third of the audience was obnoxious – talking loudly throughout. So many people go to shows to hear their own voice yapping away … not to mention rudely talking about the band members as if they weren't there (when they are well within earshot). Oh well, the music was fantastic and drowned them out much of the time.

EllertTremorControl
09-11-2009, 12:02 PM
free Worcester, MA show.
Yep. it ruled.

Nesey played "If I Were You" on uke for me and Heather McIntosh gave me a free Aux poster. And I finally got a copy of Special Fanfare for Anything!
If you go to a Circ Sys show, talk to them! they are all real cool and super nice

Anyone going to the Cambridge show on Monday the 14th?

abgcunited11
09-11-2009, 02:11 PM
does Nesey play during CS's set? Who's on stage for their part?

beeftown
09-11-2009, 02:20 PM
ps. nesey was also amazing last night. i couldnt photo him cause i was so spaced out at that point. here are a few from the philly show everyone. it was dark so this is the best i could get.
So jealous. So jealous.

Damn Kung-Fu Necktie being 21+. :mad:

matt0009
09-11-2009, 02:41 PM
Here's a recording of Circulatory System's set from last night. It was a fantastic show. I split the entire wav into individual songs and I think I got it all correct. However, If I seemed to miss a short song somewhere, let me know.

Circulatory System: Worcester, MA 9-10-09 (320kbps)
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=CPDMIMBO

1. Intro
2. Lovely Universe
3. Round Again
4. Should a Cloud Replace a Compass
5. Overjoyed
6. Fingers
7. Signal Morning
8. The Frozen Lake/ The Symmetry
9. I You We
10. Woodpecker Greeting Worker Ant
11. A Peek
12. The Pillow
13. Outside Blast
14. Until Moon Medium Hears the Message
15. This Morning (We Remembered Everything)
16. Particle Parades
17. Encore Break
18. Yesterday's World

For the comment on the talking, unfortunately that's the way it is for most every show here at Clark. I'm part of the committee that booked the Circulatory System show, and given that all of our shows are free, a lot of attendees tend to be people who just stumble across the show and are not familiar with the band. Still, when the band is good enough, it tends to counteract this, which I feel was the case with the show last night. So yeah, for anyone who came, thanks for showing up. We also have a free shows with WHY? coming up on September 27th and Dan Deacon on November 14th.

radiowires
09-11-2009, 04:07 PM
does Nesey play during CS's set? Who's on stage for their part?

Yes he does. Let's see, from memory I believe the full band is, from left to right on stage: Pete, John, Charlie, Suzanne, Derek, Will, Heather, Nesey.

mirk
09-11-2009, 04:15 PM
Here's a recording of Circulatory System's set from last night.

thanks!

mgocze
09-11-2009, 05:04 PM
free Worcester, MA show.
Yep. it ruled.

Nesey played "If I Were You" on uke for me and Heather McIntosh gave me a free Aux poster. And I finally got a copy of Special Fanfare for Anything!
If you go to a Circ Sys show, talk to them! they are all real cool and super nice

Anyone going to the Cambridge show on Monday the 14th?

i am! i will not be wearing a penguin hat nor panda mittens. but i will be there. looking excited and awkward, for sure.

Birds...The silent killer
09-11-2009, 08:10 PM
[QUOTE=pssatw8;229538]I wasn't using a flash, wanted to get natural look of things.

http://i492.photobucket.com/albums/rr289/pssatw8/9-10concertcarandbeach007.jpg

That's an awesome picture of my head. Seriously, what a great show. I feel lucky to have seen them. I never expected them to be so good live. Does anybody know who that moustached guy was who played the snare and guitar? He was great. Wow. My mind is jumpin all over the place right now. Chemistry messes with my sanity.

Ziarci
09-12-2009, 01:36 AM
:)

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2504/3911744730_b4ffd177f5.jpg

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2440/3910962327_9df75c8c0e.jpg

Here's the link to the rest of them (http://www.flickr.com/photos/heatherrosestudios/sets/72157622344004126/)

radiowires
09-12-2009, 07:12 AM
[QUOTE=pssatw8;229538]I wasn't using a flash, wanted to get natural look of things.

That's an awesome picture of my head. Seriously, what a great show. I feel lucky to have seen them. I never expected them to be so good live. Does anybody know who that moustached guy was who played the snare and guitar? He was great. Wow. My mind is jumpin all over the place right now. Chemistry messes with my sanity.

That's Charlie Johnston. In addition to playing with CS and other projects, his band is 63 Crayons. Also he played a huge part in editing/mixing Signal Morning. Also he is a fun guy. :)

doctorSchwindel
09-12-2009, 01:32 PM
suny purchase show was really something else. i met will, and had a couple conversations over the course of the night, about all kinds of things, he's officially one of the coolest people ever. i met nesey too, and asked him about 2 bicycles (it wasn't at the merch table) he said he didn't have the artwork photocopied, so he wrote me a tracklist by hand after the show, very nice of him, talked for a bit with him too. kelly was also really nice. pipes played first, and was really tight, can't wait to hear the new album, which pete said was called Lost in the Pancakes (also the name of a song he played), and he played i have been floated, which was magical (will joined on tambourine for that one). nesey was good, he was having some technical difficulties with his guitar but his singing was really incredible. john played some instrumental stuff with tape loops that put everyone in a trance. circulatory themselves were just amazing, setlist was about the same as the recording that was posted, we also got The Pressure, which turned into a full-on noise jam and ended with just nesey and charlie making as much noise as possible. it was a crazy set; there was some kind of segue between almost every song, and i heard some stuff that's not on either album, such as this little intro to 'signal morning' and also quite a few will/nesey harmonies. my friend took a lot of pictures, but most of them are kind of dark, i'll post a few if i can find a way to clean them up in picnik or something.
i'm extremely tired right now but i'll probably have more to say later on when i think of it.

Katara
09-12-2009, 01:44 PM
:)
Here's the link to the rest of them (http://www.flickr.com/photos/heatherrosestudios/sets/72157622344004126/)

Those are AWESOME. But I'm sure you know that.;)

abgcunited11
09-12-2009, 02:01 PM
nesey is soo adorable :)

danlynch
09-12-2009, 05:32 PM
Review and recording of the NYC show:
http://www.nyctaper.com/?p=1643

Ziarci
09-12-2009, 09:10 PM
Those are AWESOME. But I'm sure you know that.;)


aww thank you :) I was pretty happy with most of them. I'll have photos from Monday's show in Cambridge too asap!

Birds...The silent killer
09-13-2009, 11:54 AM
nesey is soo adorable :)

Bah! That's all I heard from my girlfriend after the show. "Why didn't you tell me the second act is adorable?" From now on we're going to the county fair for live music.

animalsanimals
09-13-2009, 01:31 PM
although I enjoyed eyes&eyes&eyes ago off the bat, I knew I was going to get more into the album once the fall and winter came. its not a summer album, its fitting perfectly with the changing season though. I'm glad I picked up the lp at the philly show. I dont think anyone at that show enjoyed nesey's set more than I did.

oh and thank you nyctaper and optical atlas for linking my photos! :-] ill link you guys on the flickr of course.

Ziarci
09-14-2009, 02:05 AM
I was just wondering if anyone else has picked up this little book at the shows. I read it earlier and haven't been able to stop thinking about it all day.

Eleuthera
09-14-2009, 07:51 AM
Has anyone out there filmed or recorded ay Nesey Gallons sets?

I couldn't get the above files of the NYC show to open. Probably because my computer is garbage.

officeparty
09-14-2009, 08:56 AM
oh no i didn't know there was a book for sale

wilson
09-14-2009, 09:41 AM
http://rapidshare.com/files/279989675/Circulatory_System_-_2009.09.07_Nightlight__Chapel_Hill__NC.zip

Circulatory System
Nightlight
Chapel Hill, NC
September 7, 2009
(320 kbps mp3s)

1. The Lovely Universe
2. Round Again
3. Should a Cloud Replace a Compass
4. Overjoyed -> Now -> Fingers
5. Signal Morning
6. The Frozen Lake/The Symmetry -> I, You, We -> WOodpecker Greeting Worker Ant -> A Peek
7. The Pillow
8. Symbols
9. This Morning (We Remembered Everything)
10. Until Moon Medium Hears the Message
11. Particle Parades


This ended up sounding pretty damn good, I think.

mirk
09-14-2009, 12:13 PM
thanks, wilson, and a big continued to thanks to everyone posting and sharing. it's great for those of us who can't catch the tour.

applesacks
09-14-2009, 04:10 PM
i've never seen them play outside blasts - you guys suck

Ziarci
09-14-2009, 06:46 PM
oh no i didn't know there was a book for sale

yeah it's just a little hand made book of Nesey's writing. It's very sad and incredibly beautiful. They had them at the Worcester show for $5.

mirk
09-14-2009, 09:08 PM
yeah it's just a little hand made book of Nesey's writing. It's very sad and incredibly beautiful. They had them at the Worcester show for $5.

this sounds like the book that came with "somewhere we both walk" this summer. i wonder if it's the same.

Ziarci
09-14-2009, 09:15 PM
this sounds like the book that came with "somewhere we both walk" this summer. i wonder if it's the same.


no it's not the same. it's put together the same way and all, but the writings in it are different.

mgocze
09-14-2009, 10:14 PM
tonight was wonderful. details to come tomorrow, once i regain the feeling in my feet.

(i can't focus when my feet hurt. nothing else matters but focusing on making them not hurt anymore.)

Eleuthera
09-15-2009, 09:51 AM
Here's a little ATP bitty I just found, unfortunately the video cuts off when it starts to get really interesting!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jeexjfcr7XQ

officeparty
09-15-2009, 03:49 PM
oh well thank you for mentioning it ziarci, i asked theaddingmachine to buy it for me tonight

applesacks
09-15-2009, 08:56 PM
Here's a little ATP bitty I just found, unfortunately the video cuts off when it starts to get really interesting!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jeexjfcr7XQ

my brain just shit

mgocze
09-15-2009, 09:23 PM
i am just going to cut and paste about last night from my blog because i am lazy and because i can. so, about last night, in cambridge...

pipes you see, pipes you don't.;
pete's new material outnumbered his older material, but he did play ten thousand years old and another song that i can't pull the name of out of my mind right now and also i have been floated. his new stuff is ridiculously good. lost in the pancakes in particular, but there was also another new song that really struck me. oh! and the new rendition of mr. henry is really really good. a lot more lively than the one that was played on the holiday suprise tour. very excitingly, he had burnt some new copies of special fanfare for anything for the tour, so i finally was able to get a hold of one. i am listening to it now for the first time, and it is absolutely delicious.

nesey gallons;
nesey requested that the lights be dimmed, which is fitting. his music is most appropriately listened to in slightly darkened rooms. his set was mostly comprised of new material, with the exceptions of who and mornings as a mouse. he has one of the most haunting voices, it comes across on his albums, but not anywhere near as much so as it does when you watch him perform, when you hear the words leave his lips and you see the words leave his lips. a lot of his songs ended very abruptly and jarringly, which was strange, to be swept up and enveloped into this curvy, warm world of words and pumpkins and snow, and then to be jolted out of it was very strange, as though the audience were asleep while he sang and then burst into consciousness at the end. as though you were dreaming. it was nice in the same, strange way that waking up suddenly out of a dream is nice.

john fernandes;
john performed his tape looped piece, and exquisitely. a lot of people chattered on through this, which was disappointing. however, as it progressed, either i got much better at tuning people out or people stopped talking or the music got louder. and i believe the lights got brighter as well. although i might've been in a trance. it was well executed, he is a ridiculously talented musician.

the circulatory system;
towards the end of john's piece, will joined him on stage. he was followed by all other members of the circulatory system and as the song wrapped up, they transitioned into the lovely universe. they sounded exuberant. will's energy was palpable, he would often look over to heather, and they would share a smile, and i felt as though i was witnessing something so wonderful. having spent many hours with that first album and befriending it during that very rough spot in my life when i was eighteen and becoming just as infatuated now with signal morning, it was really awesome to be that close to will as he performed, and singing along with him felt so good. the set was a perfect blend of self titled and signal morning. will cawed often, and everyone was so into putting on a great performance and having a good time doing it. it was unbelievable. i must say that charlie johnston earns every last ounce of every cent he makes. he is UNBELIEVABLE onstage. his energy was through the roof. at many points, i was certain he was going to put either the tambourine or wreath of jingle bells around nesey's neck and would play it while it was on him. crazy good. i could give you a general rundown of the set list, but i am certain i would forget things, as a lot of songs blended into other songs or were played as transitionary pieces, and i'm pretty certain it's similar to the set list that was played at le poisson rouge.

otherly;
if you have the opportunity to, stick around after the show. will will most likely come up to you and introduce himself. super sweet guy, a lovely crow. pete is also wicked nice guy. and be sure to say hello the kelly at the merch table! the lp sleeve for signal morning is beautiful, i am so excited for it to come and live with me. the eyes ago lp is lovely as well, so is the wooden whispers booklet. they are running low on certain shirt sizes, but i was reassured that they will be stocked online after the tour is over.

strangely;
jeff was present.

Eleuthera
09-16-2009, 08:43 AM
Oh I hope more of this set surfaces, they sound so good:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVYl6x9W-L4

Dihnekis
09-16-2009, 10:57 AM
i am just going to cut and paste about last night from my blog because i am lazy and because i can. so, about last night, in cambridge...

pipes you see, pipes you don't.;
pete's new material outnumbered his older material, but he did play ten thousand years old and another song that i can't pull the name of out of my mind right now and also i have been floated. his new stuff is ridiculously good. lost in the pancakes in particular, but there was also another new song that really struck me. oh! and the new rendition of mr. henry is really really good. a lot more lively than the one that was played on the holiday suprise tour. very excitingly, he had burnt some new copies of special fanfare for anything for the tour, so i finally was able to get a hold of one. i am listening to it now for the first time, and it is absolutely delicious.

nesey gallons;
nesey requested that the lights be dimmed, which is fitting. his music is most appropriately listened to in slightly darkened rooms. his set was mostly comprised of new material, with the exceptions of who and mornings as a mouse. he has one of the most haunting voices, it comes across on his albums, but not anywhere near as much so as it does when you watch him perform, when you hear the words leave his lips and you see the words leave his lips. a lot of his songs ended very abruptly and jarringly, which was strange, to be swept up and enveloped into this curvy, warm world of words and pumpkins and snow, and then to be jolted out of it was very strange, as though the audience were asleep while he sang and then burst into consciousness at the end. as though you were dreaming. it was nice in the same, strange way that waking up suddenly out of a dream is nice.

john fernandes;
john performed his tape looped piece, and exquisitely. a lot of people chattered on through this, which was disappointing. however, as it progressed, either i got much better at tuning people out or people stopped talking or the music got louder. and i believe the lights got brighter as well. although i might've been in a trance. it was well executed, he is a ridiculously talented musician.

the circulatory system;
towards the end of john's piece, will joined him on stage. he was followed by all other members of the circulatory system and as the song wrapped up, they transitioned into the lovely universe. they sounded exuberant. will's energy was palpable, he would often look over to heather, and they would share a smile, and i felt as though i was witnessing something so wonderful. having spent many hours with that first album and befriending it during that very rough spot in my life when i was eighteen and becoming just as infatuated now with signal morning, it was really awesome to be that close to will as he performed, and singing along with him felt so good. the set was a perfect blend of self titled and signal morning. will cawed often, and everyone was so into putting on a great performance and having a good time doing it. it was unbelievable. i must say that charlie johnston earns every last ounce of every cent he makes. he is UNBELIEVABLE onstage. his energy was through the roof. at many points, i was certain he was going to put either the tambourine or wreath of jingle bells around nesey's neck and would play it while it was on him. crazy good. i could give you a general rundown of the set list, but i am certain i would forget things, as a lot of songs blended into other songs or were played as transitionary pieces, and i'm pretty certain it's similar to the set list that was played at le poisson rouge.

otherly;
if you have the opportunity to, stick around after the show. will will most likely come up to you and introduce himself. super sweet guy, a lovely crow. pete is also wicked nice guy. and be sure to say hello the kelly at the merch table! the lp sleeve for signal morning is beautiful, i am so excited for it to come and live with me. the eyes ago lp is lovely as well, so is the wooden whispers booklet. they are running low on certain shirt sizes, but i was reassured that they will be stocked online after the tour is over.

strangely;
jeff was present.

great post, thanks

alltomorrowsparties
09-16-2009, 11:03 AM
Here's a little ATP bitty I just found, unfortunately the video cuts off when it starts to get really interesting!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jeexjfcr7XQ

more more mORE

Jane
09-16-2009, 11:45 AM
I'm going to the show tonight.
I'll try to be observant.

one-headedboy
09-16-2009, 04:45 PM
i'm going to the show tonight.
I'll try to be observant.

tell me what it feels like to grope nesey?

CaptainShuster
09-16-2009, 08:03 PM
I was wondering if anyone could specify what all is available at the merch booth and the approximate prices? I would appreciate it very much, and thanks to everyone who already posted things. Its making me very excited to go see them!

mgocze
09-16-2009, 08:07 PM
I was wondering if anyone could specify what all is available at the merch booth and the approximate prices? I would appreciate it very much, and thanks to everyone who already posted things. Its making me very excited to go see them!

from memory:

all cds: $12
cs/e6 shirts: $10
nesey's lp: $15
instruments 7": $5 (i think)
large cs screen printed poster: $20
smaller version of the same poster (?): $10 (i think)
m coast 3" cd: not expensive.
wooden whispers booklet: $5
charlie johnston has paintings for sale: can't remember
faust/cs poster: $10 (i think)

i think that was it? i can't recall.

CaptainShuster
09-17-2009, 12:00 AM
You have a great memory! Thank you very much!

braintostem
09-17-2009, 02:45 AM
Deersongs ?!?!

Jane
09-17-2009, 10:42 AM
The show last night at the Grog Shop at Cleveland Heights was great.
My social commentary (complete with fangirl excitement/things random band members told me) is in the "things that are making you ecstatically happy today" thread on the e6 board.

Pipes You See/Pipes You Don't. was really great. They're one of my favorite bands now, I'm pretty sure. The songs that I knew the names of were: Lost in the Pancakes, Mr. Henry, and I Have Been Floated (Will Hart came on stage for this and played tambourine and sang).

http://i530.photobucket.com/albums/dd349/thingsarecool/pete.jpg

Nesey Gallons was amazing. I love his voice. He's so great live. He said most of the songs he sang weren't from the album. I almost cried during his set. He was very expressive and it was pretty intense. Some of the songs I remember: Who, There Won't Be Any Crows, Aurora Borealis.
http://i530.photobucket.com/albums/dd349/thingsarecool/nesey.jpg

Circulatory System was gjegjweofjw great.
Here's a horrible picture of the set list:
http://i530.photobucket.com/albums/dd349/thingsarecool/setlist.jpg

At the end John Fernandes walked off stage with his clarinet and walked around the venue, playing, until the encore started. Later, when Pete and John and I were standing outside, Pete was like, "That was the best thing that could have happened tonight, John. That was like the old days." ;__;

http://i530.photobucket.com/albums/dd349/thingsarecool/fernandes.jpg

I'm really glad I went.

jared7
09-17-2009, 01:31 PM
what is the wooden whispers booklet?!

also, someone take me to the show tonight :(

animalsanimals
09-17-2009, 08:20 PM
Deersongs ?!?!

the one and only. i know youuuuuuuuuuuu!

Ziarci
09-17-2009, 09:04 PM
what is the wooden whispers booklet?!

also, someone take me to the show tonight :(



Wooden Whispers is a little booklet Nesey made of his stories and poems and stuff. It's available at the shows for $5. It's absolutely beautiful. I recommend reading it by pumpkin-scented candlelight while listening to Two Bicycles.

It seems that not a lot of people have seen this booklet. I'd like to scan a few pages to show you, but I'm not sure if Nesey would like me doing that...

Ziarci
09-17-2009, 09:07 PM
...
strangely;
jeff was present.


jeff as in mangum? lol

now i really wish i had just sucked it up and gone even though i was sick and just went on thursday....


[edit: I'm sorry i keep double-posting. i swear i'm trying to quit!]

jared7
09-17-2009, 11:57 PM
Wooden Whispers is a little booklet Nesey made of his stories and poems and stuff. It's available at the shows for $5. It's absolutely beautiful. I recommend reading it by pumpkin-scented candlelight while listening to Two Bicycles.

It seems that not a lot of people have seen this booklet. I'd like to scan a few pages to show you, but I'm not sure if Nesey would like me doing that...

ah, i was just wondering if it was the same one that came with somewhere we both walk, but i read through the thread and saw.

can someone who is going to one of the last shows pick one up for me? :confused: i wasn't able to make it to the michigan date.

braintostem
09-18-2009, 02:03 AM
the one and only. i know youuuuuuuuuuuu!

thats right dude! i havent posted on here in forevers.

thanks for all the sets guys!!! way looking forward to these!

rogersbowne
09-18-2009, 08:57 AM
http://rapidshare.com/files/279989675/Circulatory_System_-_2009.09.07_Nightlight__Chapel_Hill__NC.zip

Circulatory System
Nightlight
Chapel Hill, NC
September 7, 2009
(320 kbps mp3s)

1. The Lovely Universe
2. Round Again
3. Should a Cloud Replace a Compass
4. Overjoyed -> Now -> Fingers
5. Signal Morning
6. The Frozen Lake/The Symmetry -> I, You, We -> WOodpecker Greeting Worker Ant -> A Peek
7. The Pillow
8. Symbols
9. This Morning (We Remembered Everything)
10. Until Moon Medium Hears the Message
11. Particle Parades


This ended up sounding pretty damn good, I think.

any lossless? what ever happened to that guy who taped all the shows round here?

Ziarci
09-18-2009, 02:05 PM
Did anyone record Nesey's set from any of the shows? Especially the Worcester show? I know all of CS's set was recorded at that show...

I'd really like to hear it. I've only heard the one song from Chapel Hill (forest-lit dinners)

one-headedboy
09-18-2009, 09:46 PM
Did anyone record Nesey's set from any of the shows? Especially the Worcester show? I know all of CS's set was recorded at that show...

I'd really like to hear it. I've only heard the one song from Chapel Hill (forest-lit dinners)

http://e6townhall.com/showthread.php?t=14966

Gin And Jews
09-20-2009, 02:31 PM
Does anyone have a recording of john's thing? he didn't get to perform at the chicago show

one-headedboy
09-20-2009, 03:07 PM
Does anyone have a recording of john's thing? he didn't get to perform at the chicago show

http://e6townhall.com/showthread.php?t=14958

wilson
09-21-2009, 08:37 AM
Did anyone record Nesey's set from any of the shows? Especially the Worcester show? I know all of CS's set was recorded at that show...

I'd really like to hear it. I've only heard the one song from Chapel Hill (forest-lit dinners)

Someone has already linked to the July set from a show in Chapel Hill.

The nyctaper site, the best taper blog in the internets (until ours is up & running!), has posted the full recording of Circulatory + Nesey + PYS,PYD from the NY show: http://www.nyctaper.com/?p=1643

And I'll have the Nesey set from the 9/7 Chapel Hill show hopefully within the next couple weeks.

matt0009
09-28-2009, 12:39 AM
Did anyone record Nesey's set from any of the shows? Especially the Worcester show?

Sorry for the delay - Here's Nesey's set from the Worcester show. The sound quality isn't quite as good as the Circulatory System one, but it's listenable. I wasn't able to record Pipes set unfortunately.

The set is just as one big mp3 as i'm unfamiliar with the titles.

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=WGC14JTJ

Ziarci
09-29-2009, 01:03 PM
Sorry for the delay - Here's Nesey's set from the Worcester show. The sound quality isn't quite as good as the Circulatory System one, but it's listenable. I wasn't able to record Pipes set unfortunately.

The set is just as one big mp3 as i'm unfamiliar with the titles.

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=WGC14JTJ


Thanks! I really appreciate it!

EllertTremorControl
09-29-2009, 05:57 PM
Sorry for the delay - Here's Nesey's set from the Worcester show. The sound quality isn't quite as good as the Circulatory System one, but it's listenable. I wasn't able to record Pipes set unfortunately.

The set is just as one big mp3 as i'm unfamiliar with the titles.

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=WGC14JTJ

Thanks, Matt! this is awesome!! Nesey and I have a whole conversation in the middle of this set, haha

"Of course, if the pump organ was 7 feet tall.."
"..then it would make the van!"

then at the end: ukulele "If I Were You"
Amazing!

djey308
11-02-2009, 12:10 PM
these guys posted the audio from last show on the holiday surprise tour in lexington (10.24.08). it's ok quality, and some of the track titles are missing.. and so is when we all walked out singing "forever" and happy birthday to jeff! but if you were there, of course you need it.

http://www.youaintnopicasso.com/2009/05/18/bootleg-elephant-6-holiday-surprise-tour-lexingtons-red-mile-round-barn-102308/

jesus i just realized i'm late on this...

Infamous E
11-03-2009, 01:13 AM
these guys posted the audio from last show on the holiday surprise tour in lexington (10.24.08). it's ok quality, and some of the track titles are missing.. and so is when we all walked out singing "forever" and happy birthday to jeff! but if you were there, of course you need it.

http://www.youaintnopicasso.com/2009/05/18/bootleg-elephant-6-holiday-surprise-tour-lexingtons-red-mile-round-barn-102308/

jesus i just realized i'm late on this...


Thanks for this ,im really gonna be happy now :D