Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Ryan Adams at The Gypsy Tearoom

I came across this little gem today, Ryan Adams live at the old Gypsy Tearoom, June 17, 2005.  I haven't been able to listen to it all yet, but, the quality is fantastic.  If it's not off the soundboard, then, it's by someone who really knows how to make a bootleg recording.  I was hoping this is the show where he got pissed and stormed off the stage because of the crowd noise.  But, I don't think it is.

You can listen to the show on the player below.  If you wish, you can download it here.


Setlist:

Love Is Hell
New York, New York
To Be Young
Magnolia Mountain
Easy Plateau
What Sin
Shakedown on 9th
Dear Chicago
When The Stars Go Blue
Please Do Not Let Me Go (aborted)
Please Do Not Let Me Go (resumed)
Kiss Before I Go
The End
Rescue Blues
Texas, Texas, Texas
Wonderwall
Come Pick Me Up
Mockingbird Song
Beautiful Sorta

4 comments:

sarah said...

nicely done... i wish i couldve been there!

Kelly said...

Man, I had tix to this show! My ex-girlfriend and I became "ex" the week before that show, and she had the tix with her, so I didnt get them, and it was sold out...i ended up sitting in the line of traffic attemptng to get into lone star park to see cross canadian that night....

Travis Hopper said...

I'm 99% sure this is the show you're thinking of - the one where he walked off mid show.

I was there, and he was cranking through songs at the beginning, but it was loud as sh*t - people were talking through everything and being antagonizing, so he walked off for a break, hoping things would calm down. Then he came back on - wearing one of his own merch shirts - and did a version of "Come Pick Me Up" unplugged by the bar. Only 50 people or so could hear it, which pissed everyone off more.

I think he also took a swipe at Rhett Miller and/or the Old 97s during the Texas Texas Texas thing.

Bona Fide Darling said...

Yeah, as loud as the crowd voices could get at the old Tearoom I still miss that place. I know it's the Door now, but, I miss the Tearoom. I saw a bunch of good shows there.