Mickey Melchiondo posted this on fb:
I just saw this linked from the ECHOES article, we made #2! Not bad considering I forgot we ever played this song. This is from the brief moment where we had no keyboard player in 2001.
A faithful version of the Pink Floyd classic “Echoes” from the “Meddle” album performed by Guy Heller, Bill Fowler, Mickey Melchiondo, Ray Kubian, Sean Faust, and Chris Williams. We grew up watching “Live at Pompeii” all the time and finally got to execute this song properly.
Ween in the New York Times 1993-the day Aaron’s cat Bosworth bit John Pareles so hard he had to go to the hospital. George Altonen III is in here, as is ECHOES.
"Take Me Away" live at Brighton Bar in Long Branch, NJ on September 8th 1997. A very nice intimate recording of this classic. Another example of the powerful lineup including Glenn, Dave and Claude which began in 97.
Aaron Freeman & Slash - "Wiggle Wiggle" (Bob Dylan Cover) (Stereogum Premiere)
The 1980s were almost certainly Bob Dylan’s least fruitful decade artistically, but the cult of Dylan is such that you’ll find apologists for every album in his
Aaron Freeman (aka Gene Ween) and Slash cover “Wiggle Wiggle” by Bob Dylan.
Cool footage from my charity baseball game, Glenn McClelland playing “Dancing in the Show” between innings.—-this must happen again this year!
video via Vanessa Steingard
"Pandy Fackler" live at Benway Records in Venice, CA on June 30th 2000. A great early performance with the full band featuring Claude, Glenn, Dave, Gene & Dean.
Ed Wilson’s pick of the month! Dedicated to Kelly and Ronn Benway who have been so supportive of Ween since the very beginning. Filmed by Mike Woglom w/ added sound by me.
‘There Was Nothing Else Like It’: Jon Stewart on His Days As a Bartender at New Jersey’s Greatest Punk Club
Mopping up vomit at the CBGB of Central New Jersey.
Ween gets a mention.