July 23, 2007

Weeping Tile, Salvation Army Winter Relief Benefit, Grad Club, Kingston, 21 December 2006

Posted in bootleg, mp3 at 7:54 pm by rgsc

Weeping Tile, one of my all-time favourite bands, are reuniting for the Wolfe Island Music Fest. This as you might imagine, is quite exciting news. While they officially broke-up in or around 1998, the Weeping Tile crew still like to get together and play the odd show such as the Salvation Army Benefit. In this yearly tradition (see my write-up on the Weeping Tile set from 2004 – here), a whole slew of bands get together for a good cause (give generously!) and a great deal of fun is had by all. For the Winter Relief Shows, they play some old favs and break out a bunch of covers – because nuthin’ says xmas like the Ramones. I am really looking forward to seeing Weeping Tile on the festival stage and you should be too as it will be a real treat. To get you in the mood I bring you the Winter Relief set from this past December. Enjoy!

Weeping Tile, Salvation Army Winter Relief Benefit, Grad Club, Kingston, 21 December 2006

1. intro (talk)
2. UFO Rosie
3. I’m wearing wool (talk)
4. Took it All
5. never hear the same version (talk)
6. Caught me on the Camera (title?)
7. false visa (talk)
8. Weakened State
9. switcheroo (talk)
10. Just What I Needed (The Cars cover)
11. Motor Away (Guided By Voices cover)
12. Teenage FBI (Guided By Voices cover)
13. anybody here like Christmas? (talk)
14. Merry Christmas (I Don’t Want to Fight Tonight) (The Ramones cover)
15. give up the love (talk)
16. Hey Ya! (Outkast cover)
17. we should do this next year (talk)
18. Cold Snap

Pick up Weeping Tile’s cds from Sarah Harmer’s website (click ‘Online Store’) and don’t forget your Wolfe Island Music Fest tickets.


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