From the weezer recording history, there was an acoustic weezer show in 2002 where Rivers, Brian & Scott played a set full of new songs, live. This eneded up being the last weezer show until Make Believe was released. Did anyone here go to the show? It's crazy that there is not a single bootleg of a weezer show with all new songs played live in LA. This is kind of like the "holy grail" of live weezer shows..
11/03/02 Show: acoustic set at The Hotel Cafe, Los Angeles:
1. 387 Yahoo
2. 360 Private message
3. 396 Cold glass of water
4. 390 Peace
5. 353 flown away
7. 397 Everybody Wants A Chance To Feel All Alone
8. 368 kings of money (a.k.a. prodigy lover)
9. 395 leave me alone
Not sure I've ever heard a fan report about it. Hopefully the guy who asked about it at Nerd Night II has convinced Rivers to maybe leak it some day.
I'm not sure why he hasn't just started up a website where we can buy whatever demos we want for .99 a pop (as you've said many times). He'd make a fortune.
Bill, from what I understand, only friends and family were made aware of an invited to this show. That's probably why nobody on here has chimed in yet.
not really. we're going to end up having most of black h*** with the release of alone 3.
plus, in my original post i said it was the holy grail of LIVE weezer shows...
Jupiter 80 said:
I thought Songs From The Black H*** was the holy grail, not this thing.
obviously on the cruise there were a lot of hardcore fans around. at one point i ran into two girls & started talking to them; one of them said she was at this show. she didn't have bootlegs or pictures but said maybe knows someone who might have taken a picture. i got their email addresses, so we'll see. to my knowledge there aren't even any pictures out there of this show. i asked for any info she could remember about it, but she just said it was really short.
anyways, it just really strange that a whole weezer live set was preformed, with virtually all new songs, and it's never made its way out there to the masses.
btw, talking about rare weezer music related stuff like this was a major highlight of the cruise, for me at least