On My Pillow
Be Good Be Kind*
Black As Night
Not posted much on this site before even tho I´ve followed it for a few years and had a look at posts etc.
A few personal notes from last night:
Reine was part of the band this gig, and sang lead on the last number before the encore, Tin House´s Be Good and Be Kind. He always adds another layer to the sound.
Excited to see Motorpsycho with Olaf Olsen as the new drummer on this leg. He´s a more standard ´rock´-drummer in my opinion than Kenneth and Thomas. He did the job well, but it sounded like a pretty different band to me compared to what I’ve seen over the last few years.
This lead to shorter numbers and less spaced out jams. I think only My Best Friend and 577 came close to being more than 10-12 minutes. Both had good, drawn-out middle-sections. However, they were both played really well, and were highlights.
Heavy, electric version of Spin was pretty good. For me, Daedalus is the stand-out track from Yay, and the live version is great.
Killer version of Bonny Lee though, with Reine playing the riff really heavily on what looked and sounded like a baryton-guitar.
All in all a good gig with another version of Motorpsycho. Good sound in a great small venue and well-behaved audience that actually wanted to see the band and hear what they were up to.