Trent Reznor set will go down as one of the best ever at bridge
amazing bridge show, had to leave after PJ due to an early flight tomorrow for business.
Trent Reznor set will go down as one of the best ever at bridge, PJ did a great set, nice selection of songs, the Chicago improv Ed did was hilarious, the words finished off something like this:
I work at a convenience store, a woman came in and I ask her what she wanted, she said liquer/like her, I did, and I don't work there anymore
lol, Ed then said he thought he'd try and get one past the kids to see if they were paying attention.
November 14th, 2006 - Itunes will have bridge school performances, by song available for purchase from all 20 bridge schools. not sure if all or some, but mark your calendar kids.
any info you could provide would be appreciated. thanks!
Foxy Mop wrote:
yeah.. I'll talk to him or Liam or Chris and see if I can get some clarification! Sooo frustrating! LOL
SOOOOOOOOOOOO damn happy to get parachutes yay!
and trent's set.....GODDAMN. i am SO buying that when the bridge sets go on sale next month. the string section gave such a great texture to the songs, 'hurt' was kickass.
and man am i tired, i need to go pass out now haha
agreed! so glad we'll be able to download the trent set...tomorrow will be great to hear more from trent!
Nixon in Detroit wrote:
Can you guys give us some more info on Trents set what did he play?
was trent on piano and vocals or just vocals...and a string section!!! definitely stole the show in my opinion. was ABSOLUTELY amazing.
dl from where?
It was great...er, at least the part I saw. I got stuck in the F'n food line for 30 minutes! But today, I have reserved (and not lawn) tickets and will not miss a minute. Long live Trent and his backing string section!!!!!!!
Trent Reznor was amazing... the string section he played with was fantastic. Pearl Jam playing put your hatred down with Neil Young was probably the highlight of the PJ set. PJ was on though, eddies voice was in top form. Eddie didnt give much detail into the "chicago improv" but I remember laughing my ass off at the "she asked me for some liquer, then I licked her, I dont work there anymore" lyric, i tried looking up the lyrics i remembered but had no luck; but I know its not a Sufjan Stevens song. Rocking in the free world with Dave Grohl and Eddie Vedder sharing a mic was a unique moment; and watching Mike jam with Neil side by side was reminiscent of the MTV Video awards... Hopefully PJ will play before Neil Young instead of Dave Matthews tonight.
Grandma Pearl wrote:
This part "I work at a convenience store, a woman came in and I ask her what she wanted, she said liquer/like her, I did, and I don't work there anymore" he actually said "liquor... lick her, I did..."
heavy boom organ intro for "betterman".
nice "crazy mary" solo. on piano. kind of like benaryoa.
Mamasan Bren wrote:
They were great and so was Trent. Death Cab were relly good too I thought. However, I too had to leave after PJ, so I was just wondering how DMB was and if anyone could relate his setlist. Also, then how did the show end? Did Neil play a set or was it just the standard finale sing-along, and if so, who all joined him? With Long May you Run and Comes a Time early, what were the finale songs? Help much appreciated. Ready for today, hopefully everybody will change it up instead of the way too many boring Bridge repeaters.
Peace to all Jammers
DMB band was for the most part pretty medicore. But the 12 minute jam wth Neil on Cortez the Killer was one fo the highlights of the night. Amazing.
Hey kids, just got back from Mountain View and I will post more later but what an unbelievable night. Foo Fighters kicked ass. Marigold!! Too cool. Never been a big fan of Trent but it did sound interesting. Hurt was amazing. Brian Wilson (and the band) were great. It was a treat to hear those classic songs with the man who composed them. Our boys were in great form. Love the setlist and Crazy Mary for Maricor.:) DMB was outstanding although Dave's voice was off (his own admission). Cortez with DMB & Uncle Neil killed! Neil set was great and RITFW was the exclamation on the day.:)