Happy New Year: Have One

The year’s winding down fast…only five hours left in this revolution as of post time.

Hidden Track has only been fully operational for two and half months, but it sure feels like it’s been at least 12 to 14 weeks. And whether you like us or you’re indifferent towards our existence, we plan to bring you more of the same brand of boredom-killing imbecility and farcical balderdash that we’ve mixed in with actual news and information since the blog’s questionable inception. Stick around.

Before we proceed with our New Year’s gift below, allow us to re-visit the good times and bad times of this year: 2006 Superlatives: A Hidden Track Retrospective, The Year In Mostly Crappy Photos, and The Four Questions.


Scotty’s in Chicago for the Umphrey’s McGeestand, and I’m taking a much-needed night off from live music. It’s been an incredible week of ticket accumulation, though. Aside from the Jets’ playoffs-clinching affair at The Meadowlands today, I’ve spent the last four nights catching five great bands, running the gamut from jazzy rock to raunchy folk-rock to acid jazz-funk to raw rock to indie rock. In honor of this little run, here’s a New Year’s gift from me to youse, a sample of all five: The Duo, Tea Leaf Green, Greyboy Allstars, RANA and Spoon.

A wonderful evening to you and yours, and feel free to drop a note in the comments section with any mini-reviews you’ve attained from the various shows about town. Take care of yourself and each other. It’s gonna be a sweet 2007…

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