See Also: http://www.slowmusic.co.uk/
This gig was a salvage effort following the washing out of the second day of the 2007 Ashton Court Festival. Shame about the situation, but what a great way to make up for it, and raise some money for the festival in the process.
On a rainy and muggy July evening the music of Slow and the oppulent surroundings of upstairs at the Lansdown in Clifton Village made a perfect combination. Given the intimate setting the band went largely acoustic and the set started with a stripped down version of Glory. It was good to see and hear Oz back on guitar, and the unpluggedness of the set really allowed his sound to come through.
New tracks like Oil showed a slight shift in sound, in a good way, but it was the classic Seeds that topped the night off for me, as always. Probably the best Slow gig yet. Nice one.
What do you think of Slow, Live at the Lansdown, Clifton, Bristol, 15 July 2007? Write Your Own Review...