Low Live at Bluebird Theatre on 1998-10-26
04 Be There
13 Will The Night
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|01 Lord Can You Hear Me|
|04 Be There|
|13 Will The Night|
Credit both to the taper, and to the sound engineer who gave him such a terrific mix. This is among the best soundboard recordings I've ever heard, and frequently sounds as good as an official live album. (Heck, it sounds better than quite a few bands' live albums.)
"Lord Can You Hear Me" fades in, but otherwise everything's there and crystal-clear. Very highly recommended. Note that "Lazy" starts out with lyrics from "St. Louise Is Listening" by Soul Coughing, after the band decides not to play "Caroline 2".
- 2010-02-06 04:35:39
- CDR > Max 0.8.1 > FLAC (level 8)
- Denver, CO
- Run time
- DAT > SBD > CDR
- Taped by
- Transferred by
- Bluebird Theatre
Subject: good show
Along with Soul Coughing, Cibo Matto and Morphine, Low is one of the best 90s bands out there. Glad they're still alive and touring. Morphine's Mark Sandman died in '99, mitigating them from ever touring. Cibo Matto has played a few scattered dates since 2011, too, sans Sean Lennon. Mike Doughty has been relentless with great music since Soul Coughing split on March 20, 2000! I just saw him on the "Soul Coughing re-imagined" tour in Philly on Oct. 16 2013 and I might see him in DC again on Nov. 22!!
Sorry for rambling. Overall, 5 star tape of Alan Sparhawk & Low make the rock in Denver!
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