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Watch Songs From Grandaddy's First Reunion Shows

Watch Songs From Grandaddy's First Reunion Shows

This weekend, indie-rock pioneers Grandaddy will reunite and play San Francisco's Outside Lands festival. But this week, the band sprung some surprise reunion gigs elsewhere in California to presumably kick off the six-year-old rust.

The band played Wednesday night at the Henry Miller Library in Big Sur. You can watch performances of "Jed's Other Poem (Beautiful Ground)" and "So You'll Aim Towards The Sky" (both from 2000's The Sophtware Slump) as well as the obscure "Fare Thee Not Well Mutineer" below.

The day before, Grandaddy took the moniker Arm of Roger and sprung a surprise show at Merced's the Partisan. Below, we've got video of "'Yeah' Is What We Had" from 2003's Sumday, as well as a setlist from that show. [CoS]

 

 

 

 

 

Grandaddy setlist (9/07/2012 @ The Partisan)
El Caminos in the West
Now It’s On
“Yeah” Is What We Had
Our Dying Brains
The Crystal Lake
AM 180
Lost on Yer Merry Way
Laughing Stock
Fare Thee Not Well Mutineer
Miner at the Dial-a-View
My Small Love
Levitz
Chartsengrafs
So You’ll Aim Toward the Sky
The Go In The Go For It
Jed’s Other Poem (Beautiful Ground)
Stray Dog And The Chocolate Shake
Hewlett’s Daughter
Summer Here Kids
He’s Simple, He’s Dumb, He’s the Pilot
Encore:
Here (Pavement cover)

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