Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Bootleg of the day-Uncle Tupelo 9-9-91

This is something I hope to do more often. Each week, I will try and post a great live show from my collection to listen to.

The first installment is this killer live set from the amazing Uncle Tupelo. This contains the entire 9-9-91 show from Indiana and as a bonus there are two short sets from 1990. This show is a perfect example of why I love this band so much. Equal parts Black Flag and Gram Parsons. You hear two very hungry songwriters in Jay Farrar and Jeff Tweedy singing their guts out. Musical bliss.....

If you ever wondered what all the fuss was about with Uncle Tupelo, strap in and crank this one up loud. If you're already a fan, you will simply love this.

Uncle Tupelo: Bloomington, IN 9-9-91
Download Files Here.

Looking For a Way Out
True To Life
D. Boon
Fall Down Easy
Watch Me Fall
I Wanna Destroy You (electric)
Cold Shoulder
Punch Drunk
No Depression
John Hardy
Graveyard Shift
Still Be Around
Life Worth Livin'
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Whiskey Bottle
That Year
Streets of Bakersfield
Factory Belt
Hello There
Roll Another Number
Left In the Dark

filler: Waterloo Records, Austin, TX - 9/20/90
Screen Door
True To Life
I Wanna Be Your Dog
Factory Belt
Sin City
Graveyard Shift

filler: KCOU Studios, Columbia, MO - 5/19/90
True To Life
Watch Me Fall
Sin City
Whiskey Bottle

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