Sunday, January 18, 2015

PaniCast #70 Let's Get Down to Business, SHALL WE?!

Good evening Ladies and Gents!
It is hard to believe it has been SIX YEARS since we stopped doing these little nuggets of goodness...

For this next first time out of the gate I am including some tasty treats from the start of spring tour 1999.
The band is feeling firey right of the gate in Philly - in particular, listen for JBs vocal embellishments during the second chorus of Let's Get Down to Business.
The quintessential Pleas > Chilly from Salem features a lazy jammy intro to Pleas that was indicative of how the band would get things going in Spring '99.

Get excited about 1999, because I am going to be featuring a few more tracks from this under-appreciated Spring Tour in future weeks!

I finish everything off with a couple of selections from the Stockholm Syndrome tour of 2004 at the Gothic in Denver Colorado. Stockholm Syndrome is a side project of David Schools featuring Jerry Joseph on guitar and vocals, Eric McFadden on lead guitar, Wally Ingram on drums and Danny Dziuk on keys. Their version of North is driving and includes a ZZ Top tease while their funky version of Coudn't Get it Right features a Down on the Farm tease.

And finally, please tell your friends and neighbors we are back. Believe it or not these 'casts take a good bit of time to produce and it would be a waste if people weren't sharing this wonderful music.

And finally a BIG THANK YOU to all of the tapers and fans who make these recordings and this wonderful project called the Everyday Companion possible.

Peace, Ted

April 10, 1999
Electric Factory
Philadelphia, PA
(set one opener)
Let's Get Down to Business,
B of D >
Rebirtha >
Red Hot Mama >
Diner >
Greta >
Goin' Out West

April 9, 1999
Salem, VA
(set 2 opener)
Pleas >
Chilly Water >
Dyin' Man >
Chilly Water

Stockholm Syndrome
August 6, 2004
Gothic Theater
Englewood, CO
North >
Couldn't Get it Right

Source Info:
Source: Schoeps MK4 > Reutelhuber > DA-P1 @ 48 kHz
Location: FOB / DFC / ORTF / 6ft
Taped by Jim Finn. Clone courtesy of Carter Lyle. Transferred by BobbyHurley.

Source:  (fob/dfc) Schoeps mk4 (ortf @ 6.5 ft.) > Reutelhuber > DA-P1 @ 48 kHz
Taped by:  Jim Finn  (clone courtesy of Carter Lyle)
Transfer by:  BobbyHurley

Stockholm Syndrome
Taped and transferred by Todd Ramsden
Source:  FOB, 3' LoC, Drink rail:  Audix m1290 > Lunatec V3 (optical out) > Nomad JB3

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank God Your back...Don't leave again...Really Enjoy the Podcast Thanks Ted.. Horseseyes