Hear the Friday Nov. 24 Auditorium Theatre show HERE.
BUMPED: We now have audio! From the Madison Barrymore Theater. show Nov. 22 — very similar setlist, although slightly rougher as it was the warm-up for the Chitown shows. Listen to the new goodies:
It was quite a treat to see Wilco last night, at what is most certainly my favorite venue (post-Lounge Ax) to see them, the large, elegant Auditorium Theater with its exquisitely updated sound system. I last saw them here in October 2004.
I’m sorry to report that for some reason *none* of the audio came out as collected for me to share with you, however, I will keep my eyes peeled for any recordings from the show — or of any of the new songs they performed on this mini-tour (I believe it was one in Madison and 2 in Chicago). Nels Cline was absolutely tremendous and his presence is felt on the new stuff — as yet untitled new album is expected in 2007 — even moreso than it was on ‘Ghost.” As per usual, Glenn Kotche remains the man — his solo in the hard-rockin’ Let’s Not Get Carried Away was tops. Excellent full band rendition of Remember the Mountain Bed and we were treated to two other Guthrie gems (ref. Mermaid Ave I & II — Airline to Heaven and California Stars. Apparently several new songs were also played at the October 19 9:30 Club show in DC, which can be streamed via NPR. Also, bassist John Stirratt rapped about the upcoming record a bit in this Billboard interview last week.
This setlist seems pretty accurate as scribbled by insideoutoflove at ViaChicago:
Shake It Off
Hell Is Chrome
Shot in the Arm
I am Trying to Break Your Heart
Muzzle of Bees
Company in my Back
War on War
Remember the Mountain Bed
Airline to Heaven
I’m The Man Who Loves You
Heavy Metal Drummer
Let’s Not Get Carried Away