Radiohead Tour Dates and Gigography

Electric Ladyland Studio - New York City, NY USA
June 4, 2003
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Setlist
session #1:
i might be wrong
sail to the moon
go to sleep
a punch-up at the wedding
no surprises
i will
there there
everything in it's right place
karma police

session #2:
i might be wrong
a punch-up at the wedding
knives out
i will
sail to the moon
no surprises
go to sleep
there there
everything in it's right place
karma police

encore:
after the gold rush
fake plastic trees
Show Notes
Thom and Jonny did an acoustic show at New York City's Electric LadyLand Studios, It was boradcast live via KROCK, hosted my Matt Pinfield. Thom kept complaining of being tired due to jet lag.
Reviews
There is one review for this show.

CHRIS:
Submitted on: JULY 05, 2003 06:34:04


First off, being in the second row, we were approximately 10 feet from Thom and Johnny. I have been to 5 shows prior, and this one was amazing. It was great being in such a small venue and being able to see these magnificent artists up close. I didn't get a chance to write down the set list, but it was about 10 songs, with one Neil Young cover near the end. They started out with "I Might Be Wrong", and played "No Surprises" and "Knives Out". Also performed was "Go To Sleep", "Punch-up at the Wedding" and "There, There", which all sounded fantastic. One of the best songs that night was "Sail to the Moon". It was SPECTACULAR!!!! It was so moving, that Thom appeared to have a few tears and went backstage for a moment. It was very emotional, very powerful. "I Will" was a thrill to hear as well, it sounded so great live. There was a great mix of all albums, with the exception of Pablo Honey. The final song was "Fake Plastic Trees" and it just sounded so perfect.

Special note of interest, was when Thom performed the Neil Young cover, he stopped 1/4 of the way, talked with Johnny, and Johnny went to the back. Then he messed up about 3/4 of the way thru, let slip a slight curse, and tried to finish. Unfortunately all of us as well as Thom were giggling, to which he said "I'm gonna finish this!" while laughing.

The Q&A was interesting as well. It was great because the entire band was there, so we got to see them all up close. They all were in high spirits, and dang it if Thom wasn't smiling broadly. The only negative part was the lack of interesting questions, and the mic hogs. Unfortunately people felt they should stay on the mic and drag on the questions, and the questions were really lame, almost what you would hear on the interview circuit. And they only took a few people. Oh well.

At the end, the band got up and went around back. Johnny was loading up his computer, so I took a shot and went over to him to say "Thank you". He shook my hand, and said the same, and we chatted very briefly. My girlfriend shook his hand and pretty much melted. Some other people started to come over but security didn't allow it and Johnny left.

Finally, we were waiting outside for the guys to leave. Everyone minus Thom left, and Johnny did a few signings. We all waited anxiously for Thom (this was the only exit) in the drizzle. When he came out, he was smiling and he took the time to do about 10-12 signings - WOW!!!!! He pretty much signed for everyone who wanted it, and actually used my marker for about 5 signings (which I politely asked him to have it back - he used my marker!!!!!) The best part was I had the limited edition Amnesiac book, and he went to open it and sign it, then stopped and asked me where I would like it signed. I politely told him where ever he would like to sign it, and thanked him graciousyly. He actually took his time, made all the little squiggles and was really great about it. He was such a tremdously nice guy, and I will forever remember this night, and will always be a true Radiohead fan.


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