Living Colour

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    Milan reviewed: Living Colour

    Living Colour 'The Chair In The Doorway' U.S. Tour. Friday, September 18th, 2009 Waterloo Records In-store appearance - Austin, TX Late night performance at Emo's - Austin, TX I did not expect the evening of September 18th to be such a good one! Living Colour completely rocked my socks off TWICE in one evening. I was able to obtain autographs from all four members of Living Colour as well as enjoy a four song in-store set at Waterloo Records. This was all before the 'main event' of the evening, which Living Colour's mind blowing 135 minute pure rock clinic at Emo's most definitely was. Living Colour's headlining set at Emo's began at 11:30PM Friday night and ended on Saturday morning at 1:45AM! Living Colour delivered the best club show I've ever had the pleasure of experiencing!! 20 solid rock tunes as well as many lengthy jams made this a night to remember! One major highlight, was Doug Wimbish's bass solo during the tune 'Bi'. Mr. Wimbish performed an extended solo, on the floor, in the middle of the enthusiastic audience! Living Colour's performance at Emo's was a rare occurrence where a low profile club gig surpasses all expectations and leaves spectators in awe. Living Colour should be touring arenas globally. It pains me to see such a great band performing at a dive like Emo's, while pop culture trash such as Miley Cyrus and Adam Lambert dominate the arena circuit. First runner up for gig of the year. Waterloo Records In-store setlist: Behind The Sun, Bless Those, Crosstown Traffic, Love Rears Its Ugly Head Emo's setlist: Unknown. I was too busy rocking out to keep track of Living Colour's electric setlist!

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