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Date: Friday, September 19th 1997 874652400 (20 years 65 days ago)
Venue: Bob & Anne's Wedding
Location: Seattle Washington USA
Performers
Pat Fish ( guitar, vocals ) , Max Eider ( guitar, vocals ) , Joe Skyward ( bass ) , Greg Gilmore ( drums )
📷 Photos
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Credit: Unknown Wedding Photographer
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This room is swayin' like a boat - because it IS a boat
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Credit: Dave Lee

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David Whittemore ran sound.

♥ Reviews


There were 2 practice sessions before the wedding, which were almost enough. Just the fact that they were playing to a room of someone's relatives added a grin-leaving element to it - and a great time was had by all. Imagine your large grey-haired aunt trying to dance to Caroline Wheeler and you get the gist.
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This show was awesome. I was the wedding photographers assistant and David gave me the 85mm f1.4 lens to shoot the band with while he was working the board. Fantastic energy. I enjoyed shooting with the fast telephoto and am happy the photos were good enough to post here.
Credit: Dave Lee (Thursday, 3rd of July 2008 - 9 years 140 days ago)

🎼 Played

Set 1
1. Whaddya?
2.
Who Loves You Now?
3. What's The Matter, Boy?
4. Rain
5. Mr. Odd
6. Take The Skinheads Bowling (Camper Van Beethoven)
7. D.R.I.N.K.
8. Bigfoot Motel
9. Pineapple Tuesday
10. Real Men
11. Roadrunner (Jonathan Richman)
12. Water
13. Girls Who Keep Goldfish
14. Sweet Jane (Lou Reed)
15. The Human Jungle
16. The Basement
17. Caroline Wheeler's Birthday Present
18. Soul Happy Hour
19. Southern Mark Smith
20. Girlfriend
21.
Angels
22. Partytime
23. Zombie Love
Encore 1
1. Take The Skinheads Bowling (Camper Van Beethoven)
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    weegee[at]-remove-rocketmail.com - Dave Lee
    3Jul2008 12:08 PM (9 years 140 days ago)
    This show was awesome. I was the wedding photographers assistant and David gave me the 85mm f1.4 lens to shoot the band with while he was working the board. Fantastic energy. I enjoyed shooting with the fast telephoto and am happy the photos were good enough to post here.