Austin City Limits Video Archive

by alphamonkey on May 24, 2005 · 9 comments

in Music Videos,Uncategorized

PBS’s Austin City Limits has long been one of my favorite music showcase shows, and now their website is putting up clips of a wide range performers.  It’s awesomeness is slightly hampered by the choice of Real Media files (craaaaaapy!), and the length of the clips, but it’s a cool resource nonetheless.

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  • fealty2dahriyah

    monkey I bet the first thing you did was lock yourself in your room, put the headphones on and rock out to los lonely boys.

  • .alphamonkey.


    Naw..the first one I watched was Beck & the Flaming Lips.  Awesome!

  • The Scarlet Harlot

    I’ve always enjoyed Austin City Limits. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.

  • Souped_up_on_Jihad

    I know I could probably get beat up for saying this around these parts, but Trey Anastasio actually does a pretty decent job covering It Makes No Difference.

  • .alphamonkey.

    I’m going to forget you ever said that.

  • fealty2dahriyah

    I don’t think trey is god, unlike most hippies, but the man is a real treat to see live.

  • .alphamonkey.

    Oh horrible god….Trey can NOT sing.  I mean, he can..but it’s got all the balls and soul of John Ashcroft.

    Seriously…he does not, in any concievable sense, rock. Thanks for destroying one my favorite songs, Trey!

  • fealty2dahriyah

    I won’t defend his voice,even though it doesn’t bug me, but the man can write some entertaining songs. and before you hit some tirade about how crappy his music is too, don’t. I’ll do something I even hate to say and give you something else to bitch about, he’s our bob dylan.

  • Souped_up_on_Jihad

    I don’t think Trey is that great of a singer either. He does lack the soul in the voice, but I do think he does excellent guitar work. I don’t mind his singing much. I guess I’m used to hearing bad singers.

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