It wasn't even down to the band's clever, though sensual musicianship, as an intangible energy held sway as the left-wing liberal proto punks barreled through two long punchy sets, as well as two passion-packed encores that included a new tune, ``13,'' and a stinging cover of the Wipers' ``Youth of America.''
Aided throughout by an old colleague, Waltham-born Chicago resident Bob Weston, on sound manipulation, Burma was briefly joined at various points by Tanya Donnelly, who added her special feminine sweetness; the Allston Philharmonic, as guitarist Roger Miller referred to a violinist and cellist; and members of openers Hand of Sunburned Man, who displayed serious percussion
I found sometime this weekend to digitize the Tin Huey album (I'm slow but careful) and am going to work on Sharkey's Machine "Let's Be Friends" tonight.
So should I post some mp3s???