Your favorite Slip "covers"



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Your favorite Slip "covers"

Postby Kevin_Kjr » Mon Nov 20, 2017 6:52 pm

I have a few that i have actually have recordings of.

With or Without You (U2)- The Slip --2004-10-16 Cafe Petite Campus, Montreal, Quebec
WIth or Without You (U2)- The Slip ---2004-8-7 The Ice Cream Truck, Pomfret, CT
Sweet Thing (Van Morrison)- The Slip - 2003-11-29 Narrows Center for the Arts- Fall River, MA

I had a version of Meowskers singing "Everybody wants to rule the world" but cant find it.
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Re: Your favorite Slip "covers"

Postby johnhk4 » Mon Nov 20, 2017 7:57 pm

that everybody wants to rule the world is from a halloween show in Northhampton - it was awesome! I was just posting over in Trading about if anyone had the Duo's opening set. I'm gonna go poke around and see if I have the slip set.
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Re: Your favorite Slip "covers"

Postby Kevin_Kjr » Mon Nov 20, 2017 9:04 pm

johnhk4 wrote:that everybody wants to rule the world is from a halloween show in Northhampton - it was awesome! I was just posting over in Trading about if anyone had the Duo's opening set. I'm gonna go poke around and see if I have the slip set.


yeah let me know, would love to hear it again. One of the earliest shows of the Slip i went to was in Northampton at iron horse, it may of been SMMD but they played "Modern Love" by Bowie. I think Meowskers sang vocals on that as well but cant remember. Must of been fall of 2004 or winter 2005
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Re: Your favorite Slip "covers"

Postby fbeaud » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:36 pm

That Neil Young instrumental "Out On The Weekend" from may 2004 in Montreal was really good!

Always liked their cover of "Baba O'Reilly" too... Berkfest 2003 afternoon set is the one I'm thinking about...

Also "Ego Tripping at the Gates of Hell"...
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Re: Your favorite Slip "covers"

Postby johnhk4 » Fri Nov 24, 2017 11:11 pm

there's a 2001 or 2002 show that has an instrumental "The Times they are a changin'" that is really beautiful
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Re: Your favorite Slip "covers"

Postby booher » Sat Nov 25, 2017 11:58 am

Man I could probably do a playlist of just them doing covers...

Else > Blue Moon > Else (Built to Spill)
Out On the Weekend (Neil Young)
Everybody Wants to Rule the World (Tears for Fears)
poor boy > It's a Long Way to the Top if You Want to Rock n' Roll (AC/DC; they did this as The Slip and SMMD)
Tomorrow Never Knows (Beatles)
Moonlight Mile ('Stones)
Baba O'Reilly (The Who)
Drown in My Own Tears (Ray Charles/Buckley)
Anything You Want (Spoon)
Owner of a Lonely Heart > Steppin' Out (Yes, Joe Jackson)
Nothing Compares 2 U (prince & the family)
Heartbreaker (Zepp)
pass it on (Bob Marley/Wailers)
Hold On (Tom Waits)
Abide With Me (Thelonious Monk)
Third Stone from the Sun (Hendrix)
Hallelujah (instrumental; Leonard Cohen)
Dogs on Bikes > It's Only Rock and Roll > Dogs on Bikes ('Stones)
Happiness is a Warm Gun (Beatles)

Also a couple of Michael Jackson tunes thrown into my library from what I'm seeing, in pretty young thing and looks like wolof > man in the mirror :lol:

Someone mentioned Modern Love... going through my stuff on my ipod now and I have that from 11.11.2005 at the Somerville Theater, but there may be others. Also not to mention the countless teases of other songs during jams/solo sections of other songs. It was always a treat to wait and see what they might throw in.
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Re: Your favorite Slip "covers"

Postby Kevin_Kjr » Sat Nov 25, 2017 1:52 pm

booher wrote:Man I could probably do a playlist of just them doing covers...

Else > Blue Moon > Else (Built to Spill)
Out On the Weekend (Neil Young)
Everybody Wants to Rule the World (Tears for Fears)
poor boy > It's a Long Way to the Top if You Want to Rock n' Roll (AC/DC; they did this as The Slip and SMMD)
Tomorrow Never Knows (Beatles)
Moonlight Mile ('Stones)
Baba O'Reilly (The Who)
Drown in My Own Tears (Ray Charles/Buckley)
Anything You Want (Spoon)
Owner of a Lonely Heart > Steppin' Out (Yes, Joe Jackson)
Nothing Compares 2 U (prince & the family)
Heartbreaker (Zepp)
pass it on (Bob Marley/Wailers)
Hold On (Tom Waits)
Abide With Me (Thelonious Monk)
Third Stone from the Sun (Hendrix)
Hallelujah (instrumental; Leonard Cohen)
Dogs on Bikes > It's Only Rock and Roll > Dogs on Bikes ('Stones)
Happiness is a Warm Gun (Beatles)

Also a couple of Michael Jackson tunes thrown into my library from what I'm seeing, in pretty young thing and looks like wolof > man in the mirror :lol:

Someone mentioned Modern Love... going through my stuff on my ipod now and I have that from 11.11.2005 at the Somerville Theater, but there may be others. Also not to mention the countless teases of other songs during jams/solo sections of other songs. It was always a treat to wait and see what they might throw in.


i mean if someone put together a playlist of just their covers, i wouldnt hate that.......haha
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Re: Your favorite Slip "covers"

Postby johnhk4 » Sun Nov 26, 2017 9:45 am

MJ's Human Nature

and don't forget the Roller Derby show of mostly covers including Owner of a Lonely Heart... although... they did seem to be just having a lot of fun at that one and maybe it's not the best representation of their musical abilities.
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Re: Your favorite Slip "covers"

Postby booher » Sun Nov 26, 2017 10:02 am

johnhk4 wrote:MJ's Human Nature

and don't forget the Roller Derby show of mostly covers including Owner of a Lonely Heart... although... they did seem to be just having a lot of fun at that one and maybe it's not the best representation of their musical abilities.


I think that's the show where they played that one into Steppin' Out I listed above...awesome show :lol:

I have that and the Pearl Street show with EWTRTW if we can get a spot for me to drop some mp3s in. Harry or someone else might have FLAC files he can host via torrent. I haven't torrented in such a long time, though, that I can't say if the torrent would have any seeds without him.
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Re: Your favorite Slip "covers"

Postby Kevin_Kjr » Mon Nov 27, 2017 10:10 pm

Also adding a grateful dead cover- Brown Eyed Woman sung by Brad 02-28-1997 at Brown University in RI
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Re: Your favorite Slip "covers"

Postby Kevin_Kjr » Mon Nov 27, 2017 10:16 pm

booher wrote:
johnhk4 wrote:MJ's Human Nature

and don't forget the Roller Derby show of mostly covers including Owner of a Lonely Heart... although... they did seem to be just having a lot of fun at that one and maybe it's not the best representation of their musical abilities.


I think that's the show where they played that one into Steppin' Out I listed above...awesome show :lol:

I have that and the Pearl Street show with EWTRTW if we can get a spot for me to drop some mp3s in. Harry or someone else might have FLAC files he can host via torrent. I haven't torrented in such a long time, though, that I can't say if the torrent would have any seeds without him.


That Steppin Out is pretty awesome
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Re: Your favorite Slip "covers"

Postby booher » Mon Nov 27, 2017 10:39 pm

Kevin_Kjr wrote:
booher wrote:
johnhk4 wrote:MJ's Human Nature

and don't forget the Roller Derby show of mostly covers including Owner of a Lonely Heart... although... they did seem to be just having a lot of fun at that one and maybe it's not the best representation of their musical abilities.


I think that's the show where they played that one into Steppin' Out I listed above...awesome show :lol:

I have that and the Pearl Street show with EWTRTW if we can get a spot for me to drop some mp3s in. Harry or someone else might have FLAC files he can host via torrent. I haven't torrented in such a long time, though, that I can't say if the torrent would have any seeds without him.


That Steppin Out is pretty awesome


Feel free to post the dropbox links in this thread if anyone else is interested!
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Re: Your favorite Slip "covers"

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Re: Your favorite Slip "covers"

Postby Kevin_Kjr » Thu Nov 30, 2017 5:36 pm

harrymcq wrote:https://www.dropbox.com/sh/wvxfs4auh8ajrxr/AABmC5bmi80dVHOXFAHyuyGta?dl=0


wow thank you!!!!
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Re: Your favorite Slip "covers"

Postby johnhk4 » Sat Dec 02, 2017 11:12 pm

holy smokes! that dropbox!! christmas came early! It's like the slip server FTP days
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