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Saturday, November 11, 20061163265300

Sufjan Stevens on Austin City Limits

Sean Meade very kindly emailed me full-length videos of Sufjan Stevens playing some of his works on the PBS program Austin City Limits.

I also found a lower quality recording, apparently from the same event, of The Transfiguration.

Update: The audio of the entire concert is also available.

11:15 Posted in Television | Permalink | Comments (6) | Tags: music, sufjan


whoa. didn't expect that. glad you liked 'em so much. my favorite song in this list is 'Jacksonville'.

Posted by: Sean | Saturday, November 11, 2006

Hey, the music sounds excellent. I have added the CD's to my Amazon cart. My local PBS channel is rerunning the espisode tonight and my VCR is set.

Posted by: PurpleSlog | Sunday, November 12, 2006


Glad to hear! I think "Illinoise" and "Michigan" both sound best to people with ties to those states. "Seven Swans" and the Christmas album focus more on Christian themes.

The Christmas album, btw, is free. [1] Sean already has it ;-) [2]

[1] http://chattablogs.com/quintus/archives/019666.html
[2] http://tdaxp.blogspirit.com/archive/2006/07/13/from-omaha-to-chicago.html

Posted by: Dan tdaxp | Sunday, November 12, 2006

the very fact that you would link the conversation where i said i have that album only further confirms your pure machine-ness ;-)

Posted by: Sean | Monday, November 13, 2006

Heh -- I guess unlike others [1], I believe in crediting my sources :-)

[1] http://tdaxp.blogspirit.com/archive/2006/11/13/plagiarism.html

Posted by: Dan tdaxp | Monday, November 13, 2006


Posted by: Sean | Monday, November 13, 2006