Radiohead – Colin Greenwood Handwritten Set List, Pre-1st LP
A unique, annotated Radiohead set list, handwritten by bassist Colin Greenwood, for their Feb. 16, 1993 show at the Richmond club in Brighton England. Noted UK music writer Paul Moody was sent by New Musical Express to review the largely unknown Radiohead, and after the show, he asked Greenwood to write down the names of the band members, and of the songs they played (their first LP, "Pablo Honey," wasn't released until the next week.) Greenwood notes "The Bendz" (later The Bends) was not on the album, but new and "a fave !," "Vegetable" was "my fave," and "Blow Out" was "fave prog rock number !" Below the band members names, he notes "Pablo Honey out 22nd February/Out on Monday" and that the album will be reviewed in NME by John Harris. Moody writes in his letter of authenticity that Greenwood "was fretting about the imminent review" but.."that they needn't have worried." This is an extremely important Radiohead artifact, as they had yet to release their first album, and, as Moody mentions in his letter, opinion was mixed about the band at NME, and "most thought they would never come to anything." But Moody was blown away by the band that night, and wrote a rave review, with two photos (always a plus.) The set list, original NME article, and Moody's letter of provenance make this a truly historic package. As with everything we offer, guaranteed authentic with no time limit.
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