Can’t get enough of these guys no matter how much I try (damn them for being so good!)
The Felice Brothers September 22, 2010, Santa Fe Brewing Company, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Thanks to FlipSideSlide via youtube for these, the sound and video quality are fantastic. I also in the process of finding these, discovered the video author is also a visual artist and happily stumbled upon this site for Esteban Bojorquez so I am going to of course suggest you take a look at some of the pretty fantastic work over there (be sure to check out the guitars!!) once you’ve watched these.
I’ve been sitting on this one because I keep trying to review it and no matter how I slice it, no matter how long I sit here typing and retyping, I have to admit defeat. Pencil down. I’ve been officially and completely swept off my feet and given a 1-2 punch right to the gut by The Felice Brothers and words simply fall short. You just have to be there and see them live. And dance your ass off. And then you’ll want more after it’s all over. They are so completely addicting it’s ridiculous. I think I even might secretly want to BE a Felice Brother. And I’m a girl for cryin’ out loud.
How’s that for a review?
Moving on ever so slightly, I’m now here simply to make good on a promise to share the heap of photos Ady and I took under the guise of Two Sisters and A Show with her fancy schmancy camera. So let’s get right to it, shall we? Over to Flickr to over 200 photos, and a video (one that’s not found on youtube) right….here—> The Felice Brothers at Mauch Chunk Opera House 2011.
As always, feel free to share the images amongst your loved ones, but please give credit to Two Sisters.
Speaking of, Two Sisters is starting to morph into an entity of it’s own, we’ve begun tweeting our chronic travels to see live music via a new joint account very recently, if you wish to follow us we can be found at Two Sisters and A Show via Twitter
That is all.
(ps, the video was shot from the opposite side of the stage from where we were…let’s play Spot the Two Sistas!)
From this past weekend at Glastonbury, the one and only Mick Jones and co., who are headed back to the states this summer!