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whatlanguagenodutch
05-19-2011, 05:03 AM
What boots do you find yourself listening to most often, from any era, for whatever reason?

This is a hard question for me to answer offhand, so I'll only mention a few, and for some reason I'm blanking on all the ones pre-98 that I like.

-First Toronto show (club tour) 1998 (Good sound quality, plus she plays Cooling with the brambles)
-Madison, WI 1998 (I live in Madison and i like that she doesn't play CFG on this one)
-Eugene 1998 (the infamous stoned show)
-London solo 1999 (especially for Juarez)
-Toronto 1999 (Great "Blood Roses" with the band)
-Orlando 2001 (Gorgeous show, amazing piano intro to Pandora's Aquarium)
-Charlotte 2001 (Was there and loved it, plus it's the only solo Glory of the 80s, plus great Siren)
-Boise 2003 (Rather dark, lovely)
-Atlanta, 4/4/05 (Was there and one of my faves)
-Dallas 2005
-Official Denver bootleg
-Montreal, Detroit, Dallas, and Indianapolis L&B
-Manchester 2009 (mostly because the sound quality is better than a lot of 09 boots)

toriMODE
05-20-2011, 06:15 PM
London '99
Columbus '98
Akron '98
Denver '99
Boulder '96
Oakland '01
Austin '01
Charlotte '01
Oberhausen '01
New Orleans '03
New York City '09

Faust
05-20-2011, 06:21 PM
I don't listen to any full-show bootlegs, nor do I have any anymore. I've got playlists for different tours though taking my favorite renditions she's done of songs over the years though.

whatlanguagenodutch
05-21-2011, 05:27 AM
London '99
Columbus '98
Akron '98
Denver '99
Boulder '96
Oakland '01
Austin '01
Charlotte '01
Oberhausen '01
New Orleans '03
New York City '09

Oooh, will make sure I check all those out. I don't think I've heard Akron 98, though I have it.

Meowth
05-21-2011, 07:34 PM
Akron '98 is A MUST! Great quality and great live versions

whatlanguagenodutch
05-24-2011, 10:27 PM
Akron '98 is A MUST! Great quality and great live versions

OMG, thank you guys so much for the suggestion! The part when she sings the chorus of Running Up That Hill during Raspberry Swirl is chillingly great!

Shady Pines, Ma
05-25-2011, 02:25 AM
The same one I've always listened to, "So High: London 1999", which features the most passionate version of "Juarez" I've ever heard.