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Live! Pavement At Pritzker

"At Pitchfork, the band sounded tentative, as if still feeling its way around the songs, and never developed much momentum," Greg Kot writes. "Two months later, the quintet was clearly sharper, and there even were a few smiles exchanged as the band members took turns conjuring up old Chicago haunts.

"'This is very reminiscent of when I first walked into Lounge Ax,' quipped percussionist Bob Nastanovich, always the band's most animated weapon."

Highlights:

1. 'Cause I've decided to make a stand.

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2. I'm a prize and you're a catch.

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3. Woke up to people so tall to you.

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4. Out on my skateboard the night is just hummin'.

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5. And they're coming to the chorus now.

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6. Songs mean a lot, when songs are bought.

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Previously:
* Pavement at Pitchfork

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Comments welcome.



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Posted on September 15, 2010


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