R.E.M. & Neil Young – Country Feedback – 10/18/98 – Shoreline Amphitheatre (OFFICIAL)



R.E.M. – Country Feedback
Recorded Live: 10/18/1998 – Shoreline Amphitheatre (Mountain View, CA)

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Personnel:
Michael Stipe – lead vocals
Peter Buck – guitar, mandolin
Mike Mills – bass, vocals
Guests:
Ken Stringfellow – guitar
Scott McCaughey – guitar, keyboards
Joey Woranker – drums, percussion
Neil Young – lead guitar on “Country Feedback”

Summary:
This is excellent quality and although I wouldn’t call it a great performance, it has some great moments and is an interesting set for several reasons. This was shortly after Bill Berry’s departure and the release of their first post-Berry album Up. They didn’t tour this album so their headliner appearances at these Bridge School benefits was a big deal at the time. Several songs get their live debut here and the core trio is augmented by several notable guest musicians, including Neil Young playing lead guitar on “Country Feedback.”

Lyrics:
This flower is scorched, this film is on
On a maddening loop, these clothes
These clothes don’t fit us right
I’m to blame
It’s all the same
It’s all the same

You come to me with a bone in your hand
You come to me with your hair curled tight
You come to me with positions

You come to me with excuses
Ducked out in a row
You wear me out
You wear me out

We’ve been through fake-a-breakdown
Self-hurt, plastics, collections
Self-help, self-pain
EST, psychics, fuck all

I was central, I had control
I lost my head
I need this, I need this

A paperweight, junk garage
Wedding ring, a honey pot
Crazy, all the lovers have been tagged

A hotline, a wanted ad
It’s crazy what you could’ve had

It’s crazy what you could’ve had
It’s crazy what you could’ve had
I need this, I need this

It’s crazy what you could’ve had
Crazy what you could’ve had
I need it, I need this

It’s crazy what you could’ve had
It’s crazy what you could’ve had
I need this, I, I need this

It’s crazy what you could’ve had
I need this, I need this

It’s crazy what you could’ve had
Crazy what you could’ve had
I need this, I need this

Crazy what you could’ve had
Crazy what you could’ve had

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ELVIS COSTELLO Pump It Up



This should have been a huge hit everywhere in the world – it is one of the classic pop/rock songs. It sounds better 35 years on and despite many cover versions and samplings, this original will never be outdone.

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