Radiohead Tour Dates and Gigography

BBC Broadcasting House - London, England
June 9, 2001
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The National Anthem
Morning Bell
Packt Like Sardines In A Crushd Tin Box
No Surprises
Dollars & Cents
Life In A Glass House
Exit Music(For A Film)
I Might Be Wrong
Street Spirit(Fade Out)
Paranoid Android
Everything In Its Right Place
Show Notes
A promotional launch show for the bands 'Amnesiac' LP arranged by Jools Holland.The band played a mixture of old and new material for roughly 55 minutes,occaisonally accompanied by a jazz suite.'No Surprises' was dedicated to the book Captive States.

Also performed but never broadcast was a rendition of Cinnamon Girl by Neil Young.This was seen as significant to NME because it suggested Radiohead were getting back into using thier guitars again.
There is one review for this show.

Submitted on: JUNE 29, 2003 05:45:38

I was lucky enough to be standing at the front (between Thom & Jonny!) at this intimate gig.

For the warm up we got Cinnamon Girl (which Thom said they played sometimes 'to cheer themselves up') and My Iron Lung.

Then the cameras started to roll...

The new stuff was done enthusiastically, with Humphrey Lyttelton & co. coming on for Life in a Glasshouse a highlight. The older tracks were great too and seeing them in such a small venue was some consolation for not having seen them live in the early 90's.

After the live broadcast, they did six more songs:-

Pyramid Song
Talk Show Host
You & Whose Army ?
How to Disappear Completely
Knives Out
The Bends

Thom dedicated Knives Out to 'all the journalists who listened to Kid A once and went "oh they've lost it"'.

A memorable experience...

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