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Author Topic: Radiohead @ AAC in Dallas  (Read 327 times)
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« on: Mar 06, 2012 at 08:56 »

Great show last night.  We had GA standing tickets on the floor probably about 30 people deep with at least twice that behind us.  The pot chimney about 6 people up to the left probably stoned everyone w/in a 3' radius.  You know, one of these days I'll have to work on writing proper descriptions of these events.  

Radiohead have added a drummer for the tour and the percussion-heavy set put him to use.  Vocalist Thom Yorke was in wonderful form, his voice ethereal as ever, his presence belying his diminutive stature.  One moment he's focused on delivering the vocals and the next he's jumping, dancing, herky-jerky, arms flailing, bouncing around the stage.  The front stage consisted of Yorke (center) with the two (multi-instrumental) guitarists to either side.  The drummers flanked the rear stage with the bassist between, seemingly shrinking behind Yorke.

It seemed like a diverse crowd with people ranging in age from 15-50 or thereabouts.  My wife asked if only weird people listened to Radiohead if that gives you an idea.  Looked like a normal rock crowd to me.

Here are a few shots of the show.


The Okies, Other Lives

The ceiling.  Just because.

Dallas, TX 3/5/2012 set list:
01. Bloom
02. Little By Little
03. Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
04. Morning Mr Magpie
05. The Gloaming
06. The Daily Mail
07. Pyramid Song
08. The Amazing Sounds of Orgy (LIVE DEBUT)
09. Karma Police
10. 15 Step
11. Staircase
12. Identikit (NEW SONG)
13. Lotus Flower
14. There There
15. Feral
16. Idioteque
ENCORE #1
17. Separator
18. Climbing Up The Walls (TOUR DEBUT)
19. Bodysnatchers
20. True Love Waits / Everything In Its Right Place
ENCORE #2
21. Give Up The Ghost
22. Skirting On The Surface (NEW SONG)
23. Reckoner
24. Paranoid Android
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« Reply #1 on: Mar 06, 2012 at 10:04 »

Proper reviews of the Dallas show
http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/dc9/2012/03/radiohead_-_american_airlines.php

and the Houston show the night before.
http://blogs.houstonpress.com/rocks/2012/03/radiohead_toyota_center.php
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