Post by Horned Gramma on Feb 16, 2012 11:22:26 GMT -8
He recently did Bridge School as well as a Japanese tour. Generally the first half of the set is acoustic stuff from Modern Guilt, Mutations and Sea Change, followed by 'Where It's At' and some Guero and Information tunes.
Thanks a lot you guys for not telling me that Mellow Gold is the Beck masterpiece. I genuinely love this album front to back, and kind of hate everything else I've heard except for Ramshackle, including the majority of Odelay. I've seen some setlists listed as half acoustic/half electric, I would really like to see the acoustic side meow. Is this a live Beck standard?
Post by whostorm05 on Feb 24, 2012 20:52:11 GMT -8
As soon as I saw Beck was going to be there I decided to buy tickets. You gotta give some love to Stereopathetic Soulmanure. Satan Gave Me A Taco is fire www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-XuMvxi-vc . If only he played that live. Calvin Johnson doing some background work on the track. I've seen Beck 5-6 times and it's always a good time. I wish he'd take a trip back to his Odelay days and break out of the folk funk he's been in for years....if he ever releases anything new.
Post by Dr. Burrito Crane on Mar 14, 2012 4:40:38 GMT -8
Considering he was #1 on 90% of this boards' top 10 must see lists I'd say so. Myself not included. Although, I will have you all know that I finally made it through (almost) all of Beck's catalog, and I rather enjoyed Sea Change and The Information. Count me in, barring Mogwai conflict. I think it's the Dust Brothers that I don't like after all, not Beck. Thanks for the encouragement to push through, guys.