moe.: Rootsy Jams and the Sound of Crowds : World Cafe The rootsy jam band moe. has continually developed and expanded its unique blend of pop hooks and experimental improvisation over the last 15 years. The group, known for its explosive and unpredictable live shows, gives an interview and in-studio performance.
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moe. in Studio on World Cafe - 07/20/2007

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moe.: Rootsy Jams and the Sound of Crowds

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Set List

  • "Tailspin"
  • "Blue Jeans Pizza"
  • "Summer Oi"

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Over the course of more than 15 years, the rootsy jam band moe. has continually developed and expanded its unique blend of pop hooks and experimental improvisation. Known for an explosive and unpredictable live show, the band maintains an endless touring schedule and a loyal fan base.

Following the release of 2003's Wormwood, moe. began recording The Conch, which came out early this year. Incorporating the sounds of a live audience into its music, the disc incorporates samples from two 2005 shows played in Maine.

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