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  • 2008-08-14
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  • Disc 1: (66:35) 101. Foxtrot Uniform 102. Eyesight to the Blind 103. Fair to Even Odds > 104. Crazy in Heaven 105. Constellation Rag 106. Band Intros > 107. Arrowhead 108. Dance Inside the Lightning 109. Stella Blue 110. Moonalice Legend > 111. Like A Rolling Stone > 112. Nadine Disc 2: (45:34) 201. Blink of an Eye > 202. Nick of Time > 203. Junko Partner 204. Moonalice Legend 1 205. I Ain't Ever Satisfied 206. I'm Glad You Think So 207. Bleeding of Love Disc 3: (45:15) 301. Fattening Frogs for Snakes 302. Kick It Open 303. Band Intros 304. Sugaree 305. E: Goin' Down the Road
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  • moonalice2008-08-14.spyder9.flac16
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  • Live concert spyder9
  • Nakamichi CM-1000
  • SBD
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  • (24/44.1) WAV > Adobe Audition 3.0 > (16/44.1) WAV > Totalrecorder 7.0 >(16/44.1) WAV > Flac Frontend 1.7.1 > FLAC
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  • "According to Moonalice legend, young members of the ancient Moonalice tribe in Upstate New York developed an unhealthy fascination with the neighboring Iroquois Confederation. The Iroquois, you see, were very sophisticated in comparison to the very down market Moonalice tribe. The Iroquois represented everything Moonalice was not: they were rich; they were educated; they had lots of friends. In short, they were mainstream establishment. Moonalice had just the two clans – the nomadic musicians and the hemp farmers – and they couldn’t get anywhere near the Iroquois Confederation without getting laughed at. In spite of this, young Moonalice read fan magazines like Iroquois Tonight! and QuoisFanatic in teepees adorned with posters of great Iroquois chiefs. It annoyed their parents to no end. In a bright corner of the Moonalice legend sits one of the great inventions in the history of the tribe: the refreshing fruit-flavored ice dessert. For hundreds of years, the tribe searched far and wide for something sweet that would salve the savage throat after smoking. A few unlucky tribe members discovered that snow was unreliable. Not only was it available only a few months a year, it came in flavors that no one liked, such as “citrus.” Fortunately, in 1905 a kid in San Francisco left a mix of fruit soda powder and water on the porch overnight on the coldest day of the year. It had a drink stirrer in it. By morning, the Popsicle was born. We bring this up because Wikipedia reveals that August 14 is National Creamsicle Day. There’s no way this can be a coincidence. Not here in Ithaca. So the Earl of Moonalice went grazing and came back with a couple of boxes of Creamsicles that we shared with the audience." 1. Start of the 2nd set Special thanks to Roger and Tim S. Taped, transferred, & edited by Spyder9 Studios (dnolanjr@yahoo.com) Released November 2, 2008 Location: At the SBD, DFC. The Band: Chubby Wombat Moonalice (Roger McNamee) - vocals, guitar Blue Moonalice (Ann McNamee) - vocals, percussion Hardwood Moonalice (G.E. Smith) - vocals, guitar, Jesus Moonalice (Barry Sless) - peddle steel guitar, guitar Sir Sinjin Moonalice (Pete Sears) - vocals, keyboards Yggdrassil Moonalice (Jack Casady) - bass Dawn Man Moonalice Jimmy Sanchez) - drums
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  • Moonalice Live at Castaways on 2008-08-14
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  • SBD Matrix: SBD > Tascam DR-1 (24/44.1); Nakamichi CM-1000 CP-101 (Sank P48) > Aerco MP-2 > Tascam DR-1 (24/44.1)
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  • dnolanjr@yahoo.com