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 Post subject: wow, Good Buddha kicked butt at beach road, bondi last night
PostPosted: Fri Feb 14, 2003 1:48 pm 
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i`m pretty biased cos my bro-in-law plays the keys but that was something else last night at the beach road hotel in bondi, the floor was a-rockin` i thought little richard was in the room. if you guys havent caught Good Buddha then do yourselves a favour and catch them soon. even my bootyful lady loved it. oh i mustnt forget to mention Sandro on the 12s was scratchin` like his tables had crabs, wicket!! their next gig is at bar broadway, sydney on march 15. check `em! HAPPY VALENTINES DAY! hope y`all get some.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 14, 2003 2:13 pm 
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glad you had a good night. I saw spoon last night at zoo and it was at hot as texas. Spoon... white nice boy rock never tasted so bland.

ah well makes you appreciate the good gigs


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 14, 2003 2:14 pm 
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i never seen good buddha...but Sinus & Sandro - "Some 6000 Sighs" is a killer track...


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 14, 2003 5:47 pm 
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Hi Potthole,

Was wondering whether Spoon were going to be any good - might have made the right call saving my money for future happenings (Badly Drawn Boy, Lambchop, Massive Attack, Ben Harper/Jack Johnson etc) by the sound of it.

Who was supporting them out of interest?

Cheers,

Steve


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machine translations. I missed him i got there at 10pm and spoon walked straight on. He is really good saw him at his album launch in melb and fell in love with the violinist but alas missed him the other night.


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bummer, i woulda thought Spoon would be good live. dig their records.

sleater-kinney's coming to town next week, and i'm thinking of going. never seen 'em. anyone caught a show on this tour? good?

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I saw spoon at the gaelic club in Sydney, I thought they where really good - they sounded heaps better live than they do on their record. Adding some nice touches to some of their songs. I'd recommend seeing them, I had a good time.

And I caught good buddha at splendour in the grass last year. They where awesome. Got the tent jumping about. I have been looking out for them since them but the only other gig I knew about and I had a conflict of interest. And hadn't heard about the bondi gig. I will make the effort to see them at bar broadway.


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s-k were and are brillant. Gets my recommendation.

IMO one of the best rock bands in the world.


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hey, i saw the clip for Good Buddha - "Harry Told Me" the other day...they used the "Like Today sample"...you just cant do that! i love that song!!!



nah, but it wasnt too bad...nowhere as dope as like today tho. :)


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 17, 2003 4:21 pm 
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Aiken Drum wrote:
I saw spoon at the gaelic club in Sydney, I thought they where really good - they sounded heaps better live than they do on their record. Adding some nice touches to some of their songs. I'd recommend seeing them, I had a good time.


me too, saw 'em on the weekend and thought they were excellent.

definitely sound a lot better live, it was good to hear them play quite a bit of stuff off a series of sneaks as well as the latest one.


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