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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by TheWampa, Nov 3, 2010.
I have not and you know how much I love Goldsmith
Edit: Hit play for the part when he talks sobriety. The two shows I've been to and the one's I've watched always cheer at this part which is awesome.
It’s on his Instagram.
Love it. Wish we didn’t have to wait 3 months for the album but I’m guessing it’s due to the tour schedule behind the release
"And we don't take requests; we won't shut up and sing.
Tell the truth enough you find it rhymes with everything."
Be Afraid reminds me of Cumberland Gap or Hope the High Road. Not my favorite version of Isbell but a powerful song with a catchy melody. It's fun to see him grow as a writer. I am very excited for the whole album. I wish he would just release Overseas with it, he plays it at every show.
Really like the new song. Cannot wait for this album and tour
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Obviously Isbell was on the booze, but was he also using drugs?
He was doing lots of coke.
Tour dates for the album
Blow I think. I think he has said before he never got into opiates.
And the sand that they call cocaine cost you twice as much as gold
You'd be better off to drink your coffee black
Yeah he never liked weed, opiates or psychedelics. Just bourbon and blow
because I scrolled through 78 pages and never saw this.....
I’ve gotta imagine they release a Ryman residency. There’s a 3 month gap between Dallas and Europe
Damn it no Richmond dates. Wish he had Billy Strings supporting him on the east coast
Definitely a bummer, but the Williamsburg show will be cool change of pace/outdoor venue. I may try and do Wolf Trap as well...but it’s a Thursday which is a bit tough.
October like always I'd imagine.
My kind of guy
How do you not like psychedelics? That's what I want to know.
Anyhow, Isbell also said he abused "painkillers." Not sure which specifically though.
He did write a song about a guy od'ing on benzo's so im gonna guess those
San Diego? Lovely. Never been to the venue either.
He’s also said prescription drugs are really good for rhyming in songs.
You've been stripping Portland since the day you turned 16
You got one thing to sell benzodiazepine
I lost a good friend
Christmas time when folks go off the deep end
His woman took the kids and he took Klonopin
Enough to kill a man of twice his size
laughed at my boots, laughed at my jeans, laughed when they gave me amphetamines.
So it's safe to say new album will be more Nashville sound than southeastern?
Probably. That seems to be where he’s headed. Overseas definitely has a Nashville Sound feel to it. That being said I know “Letting you Go” is a slow ballad about his daughter, so I’m sure there will be plenty of good acoustic songs on there as well.
Anyone have a clue as to presale password? Or if it's even been provided yet?
Letting You Go was definitely really good acoustic when I heard it at the acoustic show in LA.
never seen this. awesome.
Cooley is on Brian Koppelman’s podcast “The Moment” today.
Presale was a mess, but I was able to grab two tix in the 8th row. It’s a smaller outdoor venue, so should be pretty fun.
Anyone have the Atlanta pre-sale code?
Nvm it's reunion
$70 after fees per ticket for GA is a bit rough.
They have been that much or more for years now. Days of seeing him for 30 bucks in a bar are over. Good for him.
Roxy ticket for Isbell after fees is more expensive than an upper Ryman ticket for Isbell. I’m thrilled for him, but my issue is more with the Roxy.
Matt Patton pulling a double playing with The Dexateens and DBT tonight. The Dexateens sound incredible, RTR.
DBT Homecoming Night 1:
Shut Up and Get On The Plane
Puttin’ People on the Moon
Where The Devil Don't Stay
Used To Be A Cop
Slow Ride Argument
When The Pin Hits The Shell
Do It Yourself
3 Dimes Down
Love Like This
The Opening Act
Sounds Better In The Song
Ghost To Most
Grand Canyon (with David Barbe and Jerry Joseph)
$105.00 for 10th row in Salt Lake City this August. Was $65.00 for 7th row last year. Going to see Amanda Shires in a couple of weeks. $30.00.
I used to work with Craig Lieske (who Grand Canyon is about). was an awesome guy.
Bill Doss (also late, of Olivia Tremor Control, Apples in Stereo, etc.) worked there too. another cool-as-fuck dude.
Isbell’s NPR tiny desk is so good.
I’m ready for Overseas release. Between that and Be Afraid I’ve got a feeling this is gonna be a real rocker of an album.
I'm down for a rocker of an album, but assuming all of the new songs I have heard, the other two are slow songs. The song about his daughter (Letting you go) and the song about his buddy committing suicide and assuming they make it on the album may make it a good mix of songs.