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Wesley Willis review

Discussion in 'Event Reviews' started by silver1, Oct 18, 2000.

  1. silver1

    silver1 TRIBE Member

    This man played at the El Mocambo.
    About 500 people came out to the show.
    The rock 'n roll jam session was awesome.
    It whooped the doberman's ass!

    Wesley Willis.
    Wesley Willis.
    Wesley Willis.
    Wesley Willis.

    The man played it on at the show.
    The man sang a lot of new songs.
    The crowd roared like a lion.
    The jam session whooped the donkey's ass!

    Wesley Willis.
    Wesley Willis.
    Wesley Willis.
    Wesley Willis.

    The show was over at last.
    Wesley gave headbutts and sold T-shirts.
    A lot of people enjoyed the rock jam session.
    It was an awesome show at the El Mocambo.

    Wesley Willis.
    Wesley Willis.
    Wesley Willis.
    Wesley Willis.

    Rock over London.
    Rock on Toronto, Ontario.
    Taco Bell. Make a run for the border.
  2. Gizmo

    Gizmo TRIBE Member


    Tommy, did you grab one of his CDs?
  3. *SiLver*RoBoT*

    *SiLver*RoBoT* TRIBE Member

    Better yet, why the hell were there 7-8 cops in front of the El Mocambo. When we waited in line, we heard the cops asking why Blackhole Tv was parked on the sidewalk. Next thing I hear, was them saying they're going to talk to the band to ask them to move their van...then, 7 more cops come showing up....



    I didn't get to go...couldn't see myself paying $12 to hear basically "one" song...
  4. silver1

    silver1 TRIBE Member

    Nope. But I bought a T-Shirt. CD's you can get anywhere but a Wesley Willis T-Shirt is more rare. I wished he had some of his artwork for sale. But you can't have everything.
  5. Subsonic Chronic

    Subsonic Chronic TRIBE Member

    The show kicked ass. Especially the closing tune "cut the mullet". Pure genious.
    It felt just like a rave too waiting in line, the cops were outside, the promoter had already let too many people in and some ticket holders were told that they might not get in, people were complaining about being on the guest-list and not getting in fast enough... ahhh.... we were waiting for some kid to come walking by offering us drugs.

  6. jellibeen

    jellibeen TRIBE Member

    'Bellrays, who's here to see the Bellrays?'x 200.

    The jam session was aw-some.


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