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I Love Hot Buttered Rum. Come Back to Austin!!!!! Play at the parish Late night like after cheese in 04'!!!
Wait! So sticking with what they know best is pretending their String Cheese? These guys used to be a lot cooler!
Ive said it once and I'll say it again: Forget the bands, I wanna meet Dennis Cook!
Thank you for your thoughts and connections with this music. Its so great to have someone like Cook understand it.
Both of these bands graced my life in July of 2003 and have been very special to me ever since. NorCal is a better place with both of them!
Im so excited to hear the new HBR.
Due to lack of funds after splurging on Railroad Earth NYE in Portland, I SADLY could not make it to this show. You would think an article would help matters, well, all it did was weaken me for the fact that I wasnt there. Thanks a lot ;)
I hope 2009 is filled with a ton of Butters and Turtles, and maybe a Dennis Cook handshake.
Nice photo's Josh.
I don't hear any drums on the audio linked above!!! Can we get a fresh link with da drums?
Great band, saw them tear down Martyrs' in Chicago. Yeah jerry, they sound exactly like String Cheese - minus the electric mandolin and percussion, and adding a banjo. Yep.
Blue grass meets jamband = JamGrass
i love me some bluegrass
Tim Carbone is "the balls" - guy is amazing
Timmy is the man...forsure.
As I left this show I felt like it would be remembered as one of the Best of '09!!! The combo of BTS and HBR is amazing!!! The new HRB is like falling in love with your high school sweetheart all over again! And the wonderful suprize of Tim Carbone was better than a cherry on top of fabulous night!
Wow, Dennis nails it again. The thoughts, the feelings; he really gives you a feeling for what it was like to be there. Thank you!
While the 2/1/08 show was great, it does not reflect their current sound. (The 10/10 & 10/11 Fox shows were epic too! All are available at livedownloads.com) There are several shows with drums up on the live music archive now. If you specifically want to hear Naive Melody with drums, they did a whole Talking Heads set on 12/30/08, with the dancing girls & everything... Phil Ferlino from New Monsoon was on keyboards for that run.
There are two sources up right now:
I think that Matt will be at most shows from now on but I think that keys will be a once in a while special treat.
Also, last weekend's Caspar shows are up already if you want more exploratory jams and lots of goezintas. Matt was there but no keyboard.
Dog bless the tapers!
I used to love HBR but I think they've lost what made them unique. The band that made Well Oiled Machine and that I have many fond memories of I feel is gone. Glad to hear they're still doing well.