Monday I saw Mike Watt open for The Henry Clay People. That night I went home, dug out my Minutemen records, and lamented the fact I no longer own the We Jam Econo documentary DVD.  Here are a couple of acoustic clips. “We were fucking corndogs/We’d go drink and pogo.”

Minutemen :: Corona (Acoustic) via We Jam Econo

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4 Responses to “Minutemen :: We Jam Econo: History Lesson Pt II”

  1. As much as I love music, I don’t watch music DVDs that much. I watch them once or twice and never return to them. But this documentary, the first time I saw it, I knew I would be returning to it again. It’s just an amazing film.

  2. Thank you for this…i’ll never forget those dark days of the early ’80’s, having nearly given up on music, then being given a tape w/Minutemen, Husker Du, and the Replacements … changed our lives…

    one of my fondest memories is my son in his high chair, making his first noises/words in response to the e.t.c. section of ‘#1 Hit Song’ from Double Nickels…

    and that’s an awesome DVD!

  3. the Wildbunch jams Econo as well. Long live D. Boon!!! sounds like a tornado in Dare!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3y52VIXJVPU

  4. http://www.intomobile.com/2007/05/21/sidekick-to-get-a-gps.html

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