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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by pnk$krtcryna$ty, Dec 23, 2015.
Going back further
The rifle sound he adds in beforehand is a musical moment
I need to engage in a read-thru of the lyrics but here are my favorites so far.
1. Jaw Harp on Dood part 1
2. the sound effects
3. Anthem/march sounds of prologue/epilogue.
I haven't listened on nice headphones yet, either.
Played Out and Sam haven't prevented me from re-listening multiple times, but they do make me pause for a sec before I push play.
Yeah played out is a damn sad song
Just got the email that my tickets for the 18th are in my account. Can't wait.
So peel it off
Pull 'em down
Let me see it
SIAP, but this is a good short read. Worth reposting even if so.
Juanita sounds like an Elvis song with Marty Robbins influence.
Sturgill lost his voice and isn’t performing in Atlanta tonight. Replaced by Tyler Childers, but this is a significant bummer
Read some stuff about how he made people wait at the Charlotte show and then cancelled it altogether
Damn that sucks.
Well, fuck me.
Fuck. Was really excited for this.
I'm broken. I just told someone how awesome that weekend was going to be just 5 minutes ago.
Maybe Tyler can make it up to everyone by dropping like 20 new tour dates
This stings man. 2 years in a row I had tickets to two nights each. I don't think I will ever get over missing Sound & Fury live.
There is still a chance I see him play bluegrass at the Ryman. Just got to hit that ticket lottery again.
Oh well, been jamming while typing all this
I wanted to see it so bad damn can’t image y’all with the tickets for multiple nights years in a row.
We saw a little of what it could have been at Roo.
What is this?
I wasn't referring to anything specifically. More hoping he makes the dates up before I die, and I get lucky on Ticketmaster.
Got it. I thought I missed something.
I've given up. I'm never gonna see a full show live from him. 2 years in a row now.
At least i got to see him and Prine at the Opry in 2019.
Nearly pulled the trigger on a 24 hour up and back trip to see a Webster Hall show. Thankful I did not.
Learned some things and also picked up some new names to check out.
Dave matthews survived this in 1998
Hell of a memory
Still got the poster.
Just used part of my credit from Sturgill canceling to score two seats to see Isbell and the 400 unit in October.
I need to know how his recovery is going.
I realize publications have to fill space, but damn. An entire interview that tells us…nothing.
How’s the recovery going? Planning on touring? Recording more?
Seems like Sturgill is the type of person to share what he wants to share. Especially the interviews following S&F, and all the comments he has made about music journalism over the years.
There was something one time he said tongue in cheek about Turtles All The Way Down and drugs or the like. Then they twisted it, and it took off one way. Something like that.
this guy recently posted a few old sturgill songs / videos / radio performances i don't think have been on youtube before
Has there been an update on his recovery?
Got this hung up finally. Will upgrade the frames later.
Daddy Rabbit got me started collecting concert posters at this show and I've been addicted since then lol.
5 years ago yesterday.
Such a great freaking show. My first concert after moving to Nashville. I've built up quite the poster collection since then.
I did lose my koozie from that show, or some finally stole it from me.