Zero Live at Chester's Place on 1998-03-20
- Live concert
d1t01 - Sun Sun Sun
d1t02 - Friday's Child
d1t03 - Up On Cripple Creek ->
d1t04 - Turn On Your Lovelight ->
d1t05 - Domino
d1t06 - Favela
d1t07 - Catalina
d2t01 - Tuning
d2t02 - I Like My Women On The Trashy Side
d2t03 - Pits Of Thunder
d2t04 - Friday's Child
d2t05 - Berm
d2t06 - Running On Faith
d2t07 - Anorexia
d2t08 - Highway 61 Revisited
d3t01 - Tangled Hangers
d3t02 - Roll Me Over
d3t03 - Theme From Nancy Germany ->
d3t04 - Junko Partner
d3t05 - Use Me Up
d3t06 - Last Night
d3t07 - Tequila
d3t08 - Golden Road
d4t01 - Tuning
d4t02 - Horses ->
d4t03 - Can't Keep A Good Man Down
d4t04 - Crowd
d4t05 - Ermaline
Related Music (Beta) question-dark
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
|Sun Sun Sun|
|Up On Cripple Creek ->|
|Turn On Your Lovelight ->|
|I Like My Women On The Trashy Side|
|Pits Of Thunder|
|Running On Faith|
|Highway 61 Revisited|
|Roll Me Over|
|Theme From Nancy Germany ->|
|Use Me Up|
|Can't Keep A Good Man Down|
-- Thanks to PC for letting me transfer his master dats.
-- PC Patched off of Brian Abramson's rig.
- 2005-02-23 08:18:19
- Dat (Sony D8) -> RME Hammerfall Digiface -> Sony Vaio C1VP ->Samplitude v7.02 Professional -> FLAC
- Fayetteville, AR
- (Stage) Microtech-Gefell M300 -> Aphex 107 -> Phillips ISP 5022 -> Master Dat (Tascam DA-P1/48k)
- Taped by
- Pat Cooper
- Transferred by
- Charlie Miller
- Chester's Place
Subject: Very good,
Subject: great show
Subject: Tangled Hangers!!!
Subject: Welcome to the Vortex
This was one of the best shows I've ever seen by any band. The energy was so vital on this night, it set the tone for arguably the finest three night run of Zero's career.
Everything is amazing throughout but the highlights are the "Pits" where Steve completely isolates himself and dances all over our synapses. The "Anorexia" is a total rager.
"Tangled Hangers" is reason enough to get this show. If you don't get the Kimock magic after hearing this version there's no point going on. He is so in the zone it's not even funny. This is one of the most immaculately constructed guitar solos of all time (IMO) and the eventual peak is truly the peak of all peaks.
The rest of the second set is a carnival ride of bliss, concluding with a sacred reading of "Golden Road" ( a good portion of which they performed in the dark).
In typical Fayetteville fashion the crowd would not let them leave the stage. Even though Vega was half asleep, they mercilessly drilled us with three of the best encores a Zero fan could want.
Do not miss 3/20 as well as the following two nights. Case in point of why Zero at their best had few peers.
Subject: Fess's hair just got shorter after being Zero-ed in tequila!
I will NEVER get over that I missed all of live Zero, but thanks to P.C., Dr. Bob, Steve Fink, Ron Keyser, and so many fine, fine other tapers, my mind can still be melted even NOW, 7 years later!!@! Anyhow, this sounds very much like one of the MANY very memorable, formidable, graced Chester's runs--again, thank u Harold & Ira for making F-ville the warm music mecca it is---WOW. d/l this show NOW. :)
From the begining right through this is great, good wild stuff! Trashy side, Pits of Thunder, Running on Faith, Lovelight and Golden road...whatever this is definetly worth every moment.
Subject: No reviews? What ?
Anyway, this show and the next two nights will always be super special for me. Not to mention the setlists and the playing are just amazing. Steve's playing is just blistering hot all three nights. If you love Steve Kimock's music and have never heard Zero, or have and like Zero, I suggest you get this and the next two nights.
I can not thank you enough Charlie and Pat. You guys ARE the shit.
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