The Boogie Best series has received some smokin’ submissions lately. We have three new videos up on GoFish and YouTube since I last wrote in the blog. Hang on to your hat because there’s a mighty wind a comin’.
Video #9 Hot Boston Jam:
The “unleashed Taylor” we’re seeing this tour tends to be considerly more “unleashed” at GA venues. Fewer kids in the audience and a standing, dancing, energetic crowd = a mature rating on the performance. The Avalon in Boston was a particuarly down-and-gritty show. I’ve put together footage from EJ and Taygerl, stringing together some very raucous partials including Medicated Goo, Naked in the Jungle and dollops of red hot Compared to What and Badge.
Video #10 Sweet Home Chicago:
The minute this video appeared on graycharles.com it was clear it deserved to be in the Boogie Best series. Forunately, Sherri, who belongs to the boogie under the name Tif, agree to share with us. I also got some nice footage of this song from dg90001, so I’ve extended Sherri’s video just a little.
(Note: The divx version is really stunning)
Video #11 Hold On To Your Love:
Those of you on the Sayreville cell cert a few days ago know just how exciting a night it was at the Starland Ballroom! Now you can see for yourself what all the screaming was about. EJ captures a tasty version of Hold On To Your Love. The middle includes some blue haze close-up shots on a low-down tag of Can’t Trust Your Neighbor with mournful guitar by Josh. Partial is up in the usual places.
The YouTube vid is being rascally. Here’s a link to the video on Gofish:
I’ll post downloadables later today. In the meantime, if you can rate and comment, that would be appreciated as ever.
Much undying gratitude to all our lovely and intrepid videographers. “If it weren’t for you guys…” Well, you know how that goes.