View Full Version : The Fifth Waltz - 2003/03/08 - Metro; Chicago, IL, US


SubsidallyManic
05-17-2003, 01:59 PM
Does anybody have or know of a recording of 'The Fifth Waltz'? On spfc.org it says there are 3 recordings but i think none of them have made it to the hub.

spfc.org info:

2003/03/08 - Metro; Chicago, IL, US

Billy and Jimmy at "The Fifth Waltz", backed by the Nicholas Tremulis Band.

Set 1:

Note: Relevant portion only


I Fought the Law [Crickets] (Jon Langford, with Jimmy on drums)

Set 2:

Note: Relevant portions only


Riverview (Billy solo)
Prairie Song (Billy solo)
Freedom [Hendrix] (Kurt Elling, with Billy on guitar and Jimmy on drums)

Thanks.

Mr MacPhisto
05-17-2003, 04:21 PM
sorry. it's nft. i don't know why the recordings are listed, as i was doing a job there, and not recording for the community.

Unregistered
05-17-2003, 04:52 PM
Originally posted by Mr MacPhisto
sorry. it's nft. i don't know why the recordings are listed, as i was doing a job there, and not recording for the community.

The Revolution Will Be On the Big Screen

My man Gil Scott Heron once said:
The revolution will not be televised
Well...
Gil Scott may have a point
The revolution may not be televised
But...
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The revolution will not be televised
But...
The revolution will be on the big screen

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And how to SCREAM
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The Revolution will have one Latino extra
Playin' a thief
One Asian extra
Playin' a servant
And one Native American extra runnin’
down Florence and Normandie yellin’
Geronimo.

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Denzel Washington
Who will be killed by Kevin Costner in the first
three minutes
For looking at Julia Roberts for more than
one minute
While Kevin Costner will have a picture of Whitney Houston
Burnin' in his wallet
The Revolution will be on the big screen, sistah.

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And will get two thumbs up from Siskel and Ebert
And will make more money than Jurassic Park and ET
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you got a student i.d.
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Wtih revolutionary songs sung by
Guns 'N' Roses, Metallica and Madonna
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and at Taco Bell and Micky Dees
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Revolution
And the way the world thinks about
Change
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The Revolution will have a part III
The Revolution will be too large for t.v.
Too large for the little screen
The Revolution will be larger than life
Larger than large
And larger than larger than large
The Revolution will not be televised
Will not be televised
Not be televised
Be televised
The Revolution will be
On the Big Screen.

- D-Knowledge
(Derrick I.M. Gilbert)
http://www.worldofpoetry.org/usop/images/faces9.jpg

Sacred Age Of Innocence
05-17-2003, 05:39 PM
Originally posted by Mr MacPhisto
sorry. it's nft. i don't know why the recordings are listed, as i was doing a job there, and not recording for the community.

Ooh big man lol