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13 Sep 2006 12:02 PM
    Inspired by Elmo95's mention of programme - whats peoples favorite all time Jools performances? The one that always stands out in my mind is Airbag by Radiohead circa 1997....? It was just as OK Computer was released and they played a few tunes on the show - with Airbag being the closer for the show. That was around the time that I was beginning to take music very seriously indeed and I remember actually thinking to myself that my mouth was quite literally hanging open in awe by the end. f**king amazing.
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    13 Sep 2006 12:14 PM
    Devandra Banhart playing sight to behold OR his interview with courtney love ( youl see it on youtube ) where she says she worked as a photographer for hotpress !!!!!!!
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    13 Sep 2006 12:43 PM
    I remember thinking Roni Size and his lot were really impressive when they were on, big booming double-bass, slick as bejaysus!!!
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    13 Sep 2006 01:07 PM
    KT Tunstall's first performance was pretty impressive, as were Arcade Fire. Courtney did indeed work as a photographer for a very short time for Hotpress when she lived in Dublin. She also got arrested once for getting into a fight outside Bewley's on Grafton Street.
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    13 Sep 2006 01:08 PM
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    She also got arrested once for getting into a fight outside Bewley's on Grafton Street.
    with her dad, wasnt it!!
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    13 Sep 2006 01:10 PM
    http://www.remedyireland.com/component/option,com_zoom/Itemid,63/page,view/catid,2/PageNo,1/key,7/hit,1/ ...speaking of Roni Size
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    13 Sep 2006 01:12 PM
    Atually i remember the arcade fire playing and then the foo fighters played rite after them ...Dave Grohl looked like he wanted to say ''Ah s**t how am i gna beat that ''
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    13 Sep 2006 01:16 PM
    Sigur Ros were pretty amazing as always, earlier this year: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3r18Wt8ot1U I remember see the Pumpkins playing for the first time live since Mellon Collie, when they were debuting songs from Adore. It was a real "Did you see?" moment the next day in school.
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    13 Sep 2006 01:28 PM
    I was kinda disapointed with that sigur ros performance when i saw it originaly ...maybe its cus i have no soul .... just a car battery attached to a tree ..
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    13 Sep 2006 01:34 PM
    trees have souls, no wait, car batteries have souls, no, wait
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    13 Sep 2006 01:43 PM
    Whipping Boy, although their performance was a little more ramshackle than most, it was highly entertaining none the less.. Courtney Love lived in Drogheda too.. Her father was (or is?) a lecturer in Trinners..
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    13 Sep 2006 01:45 PM
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    Whipping Boy, although their performance was a little more ramshackle than most, it was highly entertaining none the less.. Courtney Love lived in Drogheda too.. Her father was (or is?) a lecturer in Trinners..
    wha?! Shaar feck off.... really?
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    13 Sep 2006 02:10 PM
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    Originally posted by Punchbowl Courtney Love lived in Drogheda too..
    wow i'd never heard that, pretty cool.
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    13 Sep 2006 02:28 PM
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    Courtney Love lived in Drogheda too.. Her father was (or is?) a lecturer in Trinners..
    Get outta here. A lecturer? No way. In Trinity? No way. Get outta here. No way. Really? Next you'll be tellin' me she comes back every Summer to help save the turf.
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    13 Sep 2006 02:30 PM
    Suppose it's obvious but for pure WTF is going on here, the At The Drive In one was pretty tasty
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    13 Sep 2006 02:33 PM
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    Suppose it's obvious but for pure WTF is going on here, the At The Drive In one was pretty tasty
    ooooooooh never saw them on it I'll be a you-tubin it up later so.
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    13 Sep 2006 02:40 PM
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    KT Tunstall's first performance was pretty impressive, as were Arcade Fire. Courtney did indeed work as a photographer for a very short time for Hotpress when she lived in Dublin. She also got arrested once for getting into a fight outside Bewley's on Grafton Street.
    True, KT's performance left me gobsmacked.Lost all interest in her now, mind... Lots of memorable performances but for Ryan Adams stands out as my favourite for some reason, circa those Love Is Hell albums a few years ago. Mazzy Star were rather special too from ages ago...rent out the DVD (laser, Ranelagh!) to check em out.
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    13 Sep 2006 02:55 PM
    i don't really see it often... but i do remember a quite stunning version of 'God is in the House' by a solo nick cave on piano
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    13 Sep 2006 03:15 PM
    My fav performance in a show which I think is surprisingly lacklustre and dull when viewed end to end, season to season is Jackson Browne's acoustic version of 'Running on Empty' which appeared in the same episode as KT Tunstall's debut. And if that upsets you, here's another one, I never 'got' John Peel, always thought he had a 'yawn' taste in music and was a strange little hobbit type of a man, like Bilbo Baggins with a walkman
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    13 Sep 2006 03:16 PM
    Also Nick Cave doing Abbatoir Blues with 3 pianos & jools not playing any of them. Last season Gorgo Bordello were mindblowing.Gypsy folk punk madness.
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