Show Notes 2.22.14

There is not much to say that hasn’t already been said about the final Space Palace Party at 846 Myrtle, so this is going to be short: It was an amazing and unforgettable night! If you missed it, there is no recap that could possibly cover the range of spirit and emotion that was in the air. The good news is The Space Palace is a state of mind, not bound to any specific location, and after a brief hiatus the next Space Palace gathering shall take place on April 19th at The Red Door in New York, NY. Like COUNTLESS other New Yorkers, The Space Palace has grown up, is leaving the comforts of her little Brooklyn hood, and is taking a shot at the big time, the big city, across the mighty East. If she can make it there….

Saturday, February 22, 2014: THE SPACE PALACE, Brooklyn, NY

Set 1: Psychic Vampires, Off The Earth, The Undeveloped Brain[1], Cat Song, Ramble On, Don’t Give Up (I’ll Be Around), When Will This End?[2], Snakey Got Demonized Big Time, Polaris, Desert Raft[3] > Slide

Set 2: Good Time Blues[4], Climax, Skunk!, So Simple, Unbreakable[5][6], Absolute Value[7] > On, A Shot[8] -> Sledgehammer[9]

No Encore

[1] Prior to Brain, big welcome to all from John
[2] During WWTE, an audience member fainted and needed to be carried off the premises. This caused the band to stop playing momentarily. Word was delivered that the situation was under control and WWTE was picked up flawlessly.
[3] Prior to Raft Natalie explained that after this song there would be a set break and that the band would return for another set to “kill you all”. She went on to banter something about all in attendance not being aware that this event was actually a “mass suicide”.
[4] With additional “It’s only trouble anyway” lyrics from John during jam
[5] Prior to Unbreakable, Natalie made the official announcement about the new venue for The Space Palace and the next event on April 19th.
[6] By request, from the NYEAA Facebook page
[7] With band and crew introductions from Anton Nickel
[8] With extended drum solo
[9] With Nick “2G” Williams on the mic