Posted in music | pictures on November 10, 2008

photos by Zach Dilgard

Psychic TV

"Last night, they played "New York Story" in honor of Lady Jaye, who died fairly recently. She was a member of the band and Gen's wife/collaborator. You could see the tears in Gen's eyes as s/he was singing it. The whole band had to take a moment and cry a bit after the song ended. The song and its accompanying video art always get to me. But this particular performance was the most touching and genuine moment I've ever experienced via live music.

And it was so cathartic. After the band, and the audience, paid tribute and got it out of their system...the rest of the show was pure joy." [Worship the Glitch]

More pictures from Sunday's show below...

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Comments (6)

I thought it was a great show. Sure the trance songs go on way too long and there may have been one too many but the dancier rockers were terrific. You could tell the band was exhaling all of those pent up emotions following Lady Jaye's death.

They ended with a terrific 10 minute version of VU's "Foggy Notion" complete with some new lyrics in the middle.

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2008 4:08 PM

genesis p-orridge owns but kind of unintentionally. i feel for him/her/it though, r.i.p. lady jaye, i'll pour out a 40 for ya.

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2008 4:14 PM

great performance!
decent opening bands as well...

Posted by fuckwebsterhall | November 10, 2008 4:14 PM

It was like a time warp, the whole show was very other worldly. We left feeling like we were let in on some secret. A special night.

Posted by Anonymous | November 10, 2008 9:36 PM

I see Sharie Lewis, but where is Lampchop?

Posted by Anonymous | November 11, 2008 3:37 PM

We flew in from England just for the gig and weren't disapointed. Bryin Dall was great too - his use of a machette (?) sure adds a new twist to Jimmy Page's violin bow routine. One highlight was Alice handing me a pick .. it'll be going with my signed PTV album ... picture here ..http://www.seanwoodward.com/?p=52

Posted by Sean | November 13, 2008 10:42 AM

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