Low Live at Gypsy Tea Room on 2001-01-25
03 Medicine Magazines
04 Dinosaur Act
08 Tomorrow One
12 In Metal (including King of Pain teaser)
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Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
|01 John Prine|
|08 Tomorrow One|
|04 Dinosaur Act|
|12 In Metal|
|03 Medicine Magazines|
Great-sounding digital soundboard from early in 2001, featuring very rare performances of "Tomorrow One" and "Take". Here are some comments from John S. and Catherine L. on the Low email list (hope they don't mind my quoting them here), who were in attendance:
'The band was a bit annoyed that they had to "compete" with the band playing at the same club in another part. The sound bleedover was noticeable but not horrid. Low just played louder to counteract. Alan also made an annoucement for their Sat show at the Rubber Gloves in Denton (a college town a bit north of Dallas) which clearly showed his preference for that venue...[After] In Metal, [Al sang] a cappella snippet of the Police's "King of Pain" by Alan while Zak danced a jig or something. Weird.'
'[During Soon] there was some loud screeching noise, causing Zak to sort of giggle and look up at the ceiling trying to figure out what was going on...Alan looked over at Zak and in trying to figure out what he was doing, got distracted -- and when the song picked back up again, he sang, "I think that I forgot the words...and now your face is like the birds" or something like that.'
[Ed.: It's actually "(You) think that I don't know the words / And now your face is all in birds".]
On the CDRs I received, there was a glitch in Sunflower, and several big glitches/micro-dropouts in Transmission. I've cleaned these up. Otherwise, these files are unedited and just as I received them. Enjoy!
- 2010-12-07 03:05:12
- DAT > CDR > FLAC (level 8)
- Dallas, TX
- Run time
- SBD > DAT
- Taped by
- Transferred by
- Gypsy Tea Room
Subject: Thank You!! Thank You!! Thank You!!
Cannot wait to relive the experience.
The loud band in the other room
was Jupiter Coyote.
I'd been shouting 'Tomorrow One' during their
performances for at least a year.
Al finally gave in on this night. Haha!!
Thanks sooooo much for sharing this recording!!
I've got an RGC gig to upload sometime for y'all.
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