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November 21, 2010


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Great post, Mike. It was also on the 1987 tour (when I saw them at least once at the Princeton campus [Campus Club, then still extant] and possibly another time at City Gardens), that they had a bunch of great T-shirts featuring the oversized flowers and other psychedelic junk, over pictures of people like Susan Dey, Bobby Sherman and Linda Blair. I had the Bobby Sherman shirt until it got a big ugly stain on the front -- should have kept it, even if I never wore it again. The McDonald brothers not only rocked the house down, but they looked like they were having the best time of their lives doing it, and I thought their theatricality and humor made their good songs even better.


Agreed, Ethan! The Brooklyn show I caught a couple of years ago carried the same vibe. More than most other bands, they are clearly in love with what they're doing. -mike

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