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RE: Eddie Vedder: LIVE LOOPER
>>This just in from a guy on the Guided By Voices forum that my wife is
" I saw Eddie Vedder....
Liam Finn opened (and joined EdVed for two songs). He uses tape loops
extensively, playing drums and electric guitar on the loops. His music
is a lot more abrasive/noisy in regular live gig than on record or at an
acoustic in-store. While his voice and many of his songs are reminscent
of his Split Enz/Crowded House/Finn Brothers lineage on record, he's a
noisy indie rocker live and would probably win over a lot of people who
wouldn't think they'd like his music."<<
thanks for this, rick- most interesting.
just one thing though- is the correspondent sure it was one of the
crowdies finn brothers? only, as I recall, they are called neil &
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