Monday, April 12, 2010

Archive: Sleepytime Gorilla Museum @ The Triple Rock '09

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Sleepytime Gorilla Museum
The Triple Rock
Minneapolis, MN
Monday April 13th 2009

Taper: empty (emptystapes AT gmail DOT com)
Location: DINish (cm, ยบ), left drink rail, 20' back, ~9' ^
Source: MBHO 603a KA200N > Silver Quad customs > UA-5 (BM2p+) > iRiver h120 (Optical @ 16bit 44.1kHz WAV)
Transfer: h120 > USB 2.0 > PC [WAV > TLH lvl 6 + Tested > FLAC]
Edit: CD Wave (tracking) Sound Forge 9 (fades)
TRT: 88:27

This Recording is for Promotional & Archival Purposes Only.

Disc I

01. Phthisis
02. ...banter
03. Helpless Corpses Enactment
04. The Widening Eye
05. Salamander in Two Worlds
06. Angle of Repose
07. The Salt Crown

Disc II

01. The Only Dance
02. Save It
03. 1997 (Tonight We're Gonna Party Like It's...)
04. FC: The Freedom Club
05. Bring Back the Apocalypse

Matthias Bossi - Drums, Percussion
Nils Frykdahl Vocals, Guitar
Carla Kihlstedt - Vocals, Violin,
Michael Mellender - Guitar
Dan Rathbun - Bass guitar, Vocals

(That's the short list. Everyone in the band is basically a multi-instrumentalist.)

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The first show I ever recorded was Sleepytime in Tempe, AZ Jan. 2004. I have since missed at least three Minneapolis SGM shows for various reasons but I redeemed myself last Monday. This is an amazing band. If you're into it please support them by buying the official releases. Faun Fables and Dub Trio were also recorded. Many thanks to the bands and to The Triple Rock for permitting these sets to be documented. - John 04/18/09

Sleepytime returns to The Triple Rock Friday April 16th with our very own Guzzlemug as support! Tickets are available online, at The Triple Rock and also at Red's Savoy Pizza Uptown location! Stop sleeping.

1 comment:

scott davidson said...

What an interesting blog, introduced by a thought-provoking photo. The unusual wall painting of the dwellings is also a strangely modern interpretation. Something like this hieroglyphic view of a park by Swiss painter Paul Klee, http://EN.WahooArt.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-8LT475.
The image can be seen at wahooart.com who can supply you with a canvas print of it.