04

Sep

2009

Lotus

Bottom Line, Nagoya, JP

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09/04/09 Bottom Line, Nagoya, JP

Products

Set One

Behind Midwest Storefronts 355

69810-TRACK

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Livingston Storm 780

69811-TRACK

Banter 11

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Molluskunk 303

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Simian 268

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Dane Jeer Us 336

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Invincibility of Youth 389

69816-TRACK

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Jump Off 733

69817-TRACK

Set Two

Suitcases 699

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One Last Hurrah 573

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Scrapple 356

69820-TRACK

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Age of Inexperience 727

69821-TRACK

Plant Your Root 752

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Flower Sermon 1002

69823-TRACK

Crowd 90

69824-TRACK

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Encore

Shimmer and Out 500

69825-TRACK

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Show Notes
I. Behind Midwest Storefronts, Livingston Storm, Golden Ghost, Simian, Dane Jeer Us, Invincibility of Youth, Jump Off
II. Suitcases, One Last Hurrah, Scrapple, Age of Inexperience, Plant Your Root > Flower Sermon
E. Shimmer and Out
 
We had a day off the previous day to get a little adjusted to the 12 hour time difference after a 14 hour flight.  When we walked into the club the house crew had all the rental stuff and mics already set-up in the right spots.  US crews, take note.  The club was hot and we were all sweating profusely.  But it didn't stop the crowd from getting fired up.  A mosh pit literally broke out during Flower Sermon.  That was a first.  There were some great jams: Livingston Storm from the first set, and the 30 minute Plant Your Root > Flower Sermon to end the second set.  We also played the re-worked Simian that appears on one of the new EP's, Oil on Glass. - Luke
  • Mike Greenfield's first show on drums with Lotus
  • Photos by Mike Greenfield and Doug Allsop
  • Skerik opened the show