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Thom Yorke included on Bridge School 25th anniversary compilation

Around nine years ago Thom Yorke played at The Bridge School Benefit. One of the songs played is now included on an anniversary edition.

Among some Radiohead songs, Thom Yorke played Neil Young’s After The Gold Rush at the Bridge School benefit. The track will be included on a special 25ht anniversary CD/DVD set. You can find Thom’s contribution on the second disc. Other artists contributing include Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Sonic Youth, Fleet Foxes, Tom Waits, The Who, Brian Wilson, David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen, R.E.M., Metallica, Band of Horses, Brian Wilson, Patti Smith, and many more. The collection will be available on October 24th. Watch a trailer below. And here’s the recording of After The Gold Rush:

14 Comments

  • I already have this on my ipod. you can purchase the song on itunes

  • It’s a real shame that Tenacious D is not on any of the cds or dvd. They stole that show from everyone… Thom was good but didn’t come close to how good the D were.

  • The performance of ATGR is a little shakey from Thom but…he was playing one of Neil Young’s all-time classic songs on Neil Young’s piano! Imagine the nerves…

  • “This is for all the people up on the lawn… so often are neglected”

  • Finally, a lossless version of Thom’s performance!

  • git

  • Nice job, everyone. Did we all manage to crash the message board? Where did it go?

  • Message board’s been off all day for me too…

  • Apparently Bodysnatchers is being sound checked right now

  • Bodysnatchers. Soundchecked: Exit Music, National Anthem, Reckoner, Arpeggi, Supercollider

  • Post tonights setlist here…….. :-(

  • I (and I’m sure many others) am really bummed that I won’t be able to follow along in concert-goers fun on the boards tonight.
    :(

  • hers) am really bummed that I won’t be able to follow along in concert-goers fun on the boards tonight.

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