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ylt, new year's eve

(I wasn't at this show, but I've gotten a few requests to post the setlist. Here 'tis, via Choccosalo/Boomy. Feel free to comment with corrections, if you've got any.)

Yo La Tengo at Wellmont Theater
Montclair, NJ
31 December 2008
The Vivian Girls and the Feelies opened.

It's Almost Like Being In Love (Frederick Loewe/Alan Jay Lerner) (karaoke version)
Emulsified (Rex Garvin & the Mighty Cravers)
Pass the Hatchet, I Think I'm Goodkind
Stockholm Syndrome
Beanbag Chair
The Weakest Part
Mr. Tough
Our Way to Fall
Nowhere Near
Cast A Shadow (Beat Happening)
From A Motel 6
Big Day Coming (fast)
Tom Courtenay
Watch Out For Me, Ronnie
The Story of Yo La Tango

Autumn Sweater
Red, Red Rose (David Mallett)
What Goes On (Velvet Underground) (with Glenn Mercer and Bill Million of the Feelies)
Roadrunner (Modern Lovers) (with Glenn Mercer and Bill Million of the Feelies)


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Before the Feelies guys joined them for the encore, they played "Autumn Sweater" and then a track that I believe was called "Red Red Rose" (written by David Mallett?). Also, the "Nowhere Near" only occurs before "Cast A Shadow", not after "Sockholm". They played "Watch Out For Me Ronnie" before "The Story Of YLT".

This is not that big a deal, but the last two tracks were with just Glenn and Bill from the Feelies, not the whole band.

May I grovel for a link/download/trade of anyone's recording?

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