Friday, November 9, 2012

Things You Might See In Santa Barbara


Parm said...

Well, this is quite excellent! Were you, like, literally the first ticketed person through the doors of the auditorium? Very cool photographic journalism, TSG! Thanks ever so much for putting this cool slide show together.

yawndavy said...

I was probably the first-non staff person inside, but mostly because I was curious about why everyone was standing around in the lobby. I nonchalantly walked past the assembled ushers and into the empty theater and caught a unofficial preview of the video backdrop.

The Arlington Theater, by way, is a really wonderful venue. You can't see it in the photos, the upper walls and ceiling are painted to give the effect of being in an open air courtard. (sort of like the Blue Bayou Cafe in Dizzyland)

Yawndavy said...

I guess I should note what a great great experience it was to see the prefab three last week. I'd go see them again in a heartbeat--but I wouldn't take a camera. The reviews for the shows have been almost unanimously positive, and IHMO, with good reason. The word nostalgia gets tossed around alot talking about The Monkees, but the bottom line for me was that I went home with a huge grin on my face (not to mention a few wiped-away tears of joy).

In case readers haven't seen a setlist elsewhere:

Last Train to Clarksville
Papa Gene's Blues
Your Auntie Grizelda
Sweet Young Thing
I'm a Believer
(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone
I Wanna Be Free
You Told Me
Sunny Girlfriend
You Just May Be the One
Mary, Mary
The Girl I Knew Somewhere
For Pete's Sake
Early Morning Blues and Greens
Randy Scouse Git
Daily Nightly
Tapioca Tundra
Goin' Down
Porpoise Song
Daddy's Song
Can You Dig It?
As We Go Along
Circle Sky
Do I Have to Do This All Over Again?
Daydream Believer
What Am I Doing Hangin' 'Round?

Listen to the Band
Pleasant Valley Sunday

Elaine Linton said...

Great slideshow