Last Tuesday, the great Modesto, Calif. band Grandaddy released their final album, ‘Just Like the Fambly Cat‘. I first discovered Grandaddy when I heard ‘The Sophtware Slump‘ in 2000, a collection of dreamy, gentle, electro-space-pop with awesome songs (and song titles) like “Broken Household Appliance National Forest”, “Jed The Humanoid”, “Chartsengrafs”, and “The Crystal Lake”.
So last Tuesday, singer/guitarist/keyboardman Jason Lytle and drummer Aaron Burtch got together at Good Records in Dallas for a full set of Grandaddy acoustic goodness.
Jason Lytle & Aaron Burtch (from Grandaddy)
May 9th, 2006
Good Records, Dallas, Texas
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intro The Go In The Go-For-It Jed the Humanoid Summer Here Kids XD-Data II Go Progress Chrome Laughing Stock Summer…Its Gone Hewlett’s Daughter Protected from the Rain Today I Started Loving You Again (Merle Haggard cover) Disconnecty Chartsengrafs Jeez Louise Sarah 5646766 Jed’s Other Poem (Beautiful Ground) Fare Thee Not Well Mutineer El Caminos in the West Dreaming My Dreams With You (Waylon Jennings cover) Miner at the Dial-a-View Elevate Myself The Crystal Lake Aisle Seat 37-D Jason speaking Nothing Big Levitz