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  • 2008-01-12
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  • Disc 1: 01. Nick of Time 02. Can't Hold Out 03. Crazy in Heaven 04. Fair to Even Odds 05. I Ain't Ever Satisfied 06. Greenport 07. Junko Partner 08. Listen to Those Eyes 09. Distance 10. Kick It Open 11. Whiter Shade of Pale 12. Silver Lining 13. Barbary Ellen Disc 2: 01. Slow Dance 02. Somebody to Love 03. Road to Here > 04. Jumpin' Jack Flash 05. Happy Endings 06. Dusty Streets of Cairo 07. Dance Inside the Lightning > 08. Jam 09. Tell Me It's Okay Disc 3: 01. Eyesight to the Blind 02. Stella Blue 03. Six Days on the Road 04. Sugaree
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  • moonalice2008-01-12.sbd.flac16
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  • moonalice
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  • Soundforge -> CD wave ->flac
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  • According to Moonalice legend, January 12 is Amos and Andy Day. The original radio show began this day in 1928, with two white guys impersonating a whole lot of black people. We don’t pretend to understand the significance of Amos and Andy Day, but thought we would pass it along in the interest of the legend. During our stay in Girdwood, we consulted a Moonalice-to-English dictionary and learned that the definition of Alyeska (in Moonalice) is “huge pile of white stuff; spending time there will get you high.” We don’t pretend to understand the significance of this either. That said, Girdwood is as nice a place as we have ever been and the fans there cannot be beat!
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  • Moonalice Live at The Sitzmark on 2008-01-12
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  • SBD
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  • bryan@bcpub.com