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Video: Thom Yorke – Karma Police

Last night Thom Yorke was the musical guest on the U.K. late-night talk show The Jonathan Ross Show. Yorke appeared on the chat show to promote Amok the full-length debut

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Last Week’s Sauce: April 5th – 11th

With the strict criteria of needing audio that was captured live during the previous week, some editions of this feature are easier to put together than others based solely on who was touring and who allows taping. This week was pretty awesome, as when I sat down to put this together I quickly found tapes from Thom Yorke’s Atoms For Peace, Mark Knopfler, and Ween. Rounding out with HT favorites The Mother Hips and a nod to our Cover Wars March Madness champion and voila – this one was easy.

[Thanks to stober for this week’s photo]

And we continue to take all the selected tracks, normalize them, create some simple fades and put it into one easy to download MP3 for you. Click here to download Last Week’s Sauce Podcast #6

A & T: Atoms For Peace – Black Swan, The Daily Mail, Paperbag Writer
Date & Venue: 2010-04-08 Wang Theater, Boston, MA
Taper & Show Download: Dave Flaschner & Rob Adler

In case you didn’t know who Atoms For Peace is: Thom Yorke, Nigel Godrich, Michael “Flea” Balzary, Joey Waronker and Mauro Refosco. I was at this show and it was ridiculous start-to-finish as every member of this band is beyond solid. I’ve included three tracks, one from the main set (which is the band performing The Eraser in its entirety) and two songs from the encore. The Daily Mail starts with Yorke solo on piano with the band joining in halfway through. Then, they play Radiohead B-Side Paperbag Writer. Atoms For Peace has four more shows on the books. Tonight and tomorrow in Oakland, Saturday at the Santa Barbara Bowl and Sunday at Coachella.

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Some video from the Boston show:

READ ON for tracks from Mark Knopfler, The Mother Hips and Ween…

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Bloggy Goodness: Universal To Lower Prices

With iTunes and other digital vendors selling music cheaper than traditional retail outlets, the sales of physical CD have plummeted in recent years. Looking to curb that trend, Universal Music

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