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Country Teasers - Live Album

Country Teasers - Live Album

Performer: Country Teasers
Title: Live Album
Style: Post-Punk, Avantgarde
Released: 17 May 2005
Cat#: ITR 116
Country: US
Label: In The Red Recordings
Size MP3 version: 1469 mb
Size FLAC version: 1114 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 163
Genre: Rock

Country Teasers - Live Album


Tracklist

1Black Change Pt. 1
Bass – James SedwardsGuitar – A.J.R.M., B.R.W., R.A.M.
2Short People Part. 2
Bass – S·W· StephensDrums – LJWGuitar – AJRM, BRW
3Brown Jews Etc.
Bass – Kaanan TupperDrums – J. PattGuitar – A.J.R.M., B.R.W., R.A.M.Recorded By – Thomas Barratt
4The Idiot
Bass – Simon StephensDrums – LJWGuitar – AJRM, BRW
5Moving To Florida
Bass – Kaanan TupperDrums – L·J· WorthingtonGuitar, Synth – B·R·W·Lead Guitar – A·J·R·M·Written-By – Butthole Surfers
6Blue Monday
Bass – Kaanan TupperDrums – J. PattGuitar – A.J.R.M., B.R.W.Guitar, Synth – R.A.M.Recorded By – Thomas BarrattWritten-By – New Order
7Full Shark Empty Pool (Excerpt)
8Part Two
Written-By – Butthole Surfers
9Short People Part. 1
Bass – R.A.M.Drums – L.J.W.Guitar – A.J.R.M., B.R.W.Written-By – Randy Newman
10Obey
Bass – R·A·MDrums – L·J·WGuitar – AJRM, BRWWritten-By – Brainbombs
11Women & Children First
Bass – R.A.M.Drums – L.J.W.Guitar – A.J.R.M.Guitar, Synth – B.R.W.
12The Off-Side! Debate
Voice – A·J·R·M·, B·R·Wallers, Daniel Mitchell, L·J·W, S.W. Stephens
13Can I Pass
Bass – Simon StephensDrums – LJWGuitar – AJRM, BRW
14Boycott The Studio
Bass – Kaanan TupperDrums – Joe PattGuitar – A·J·R· MacKinven, B·R· Wallers, R·A· McNeill
15Short People Part. 3
Bass – S.W. StephensDrums – LJWGuitar – AJRM, BRW
16Successs
Bass – Kaanan TupperDrums – Joe PattGuitar – A.J.R. MacKinven, B.R. WallersGuitar, Synth – R.A. McNeill
17Women & Children First Part. 2
Bass – S.W.S.Drums – L.J.W.Guitar – A.J.R.M., R.A.M.Guitar, Synth – B.R.W.Recorded By – Matt Duckworth
18Prettiest Slave On The Barge
Bass – Kaanan TupperDrums – Joe PattEngineer – Evan ParnessGuitar – A.J.R. MacKinven, B.R. Wallers, R.A. McNeillHosted By – Daniel BluminVoice – Caroline Linder, Zoë Miller
19Please Stop Fucking Each Other
Bass – James SedwardsDrums – Leighton CrookGuitar – A.J.R.M., B.R.W.Synth – R.A.M.
20Nothing Was Delivered By Freight Train
Bass – Kaanan TupperDrums – J. PattGuitar – A.J.R.M., B.R.W., R.A.M.Recorded By – Thomas BarrattWritten-By – Bob Dylan, Elizabeth Cotten
21Black Change Pt. 2
Bass – Kaanan TupperDrums – Joe PattGuitar – A.J.R. MacKinven, B.R. Wallers, R.A. McNeillLyrics By – Ultramagnetic MC's
22Heavy Eyes
Bass – Simon StephensDrums – LJWGuitar – AJRM, BRW
23Spencer's Last (Excerpt)
Bass – R·A·M·Drums – L·B·J· WorthingtonGuitar – AJRM, BRW

Credits

  • Photography ByC. Linder, C. Stanley, Robert McNeill (tracks: R·A·M)
  • Written-ByBen Wallers (tracks: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 11, 12.2, 14, 15, 16, 18)

Notes

LIVE ALBUM 1999 - 2004

Track 1 - Chicago 2002 High Summer.
Tracks 2 - Excerpt like intro of Track 1 from WNYU Radio Session which was like live because had to to do it all in the one take and no swearing.
Track 3 - Features voices of Caroline Linder as Anna Kournikava and Zoë Nukker as Venus Williams
Track 4.1 - Tucson, 2004
Track 4.2 - see Track 1; contains lyric from "Industry I, Whack"By Ultramagnatic MCs
Track 5 - Seattle 2001 Feb or March. The classic 4 piece line-up.
Track 6 - Chicago radio WHPK May 2001. We learnt this one because we were lucky enough to be touring in Florida thanks to our status as Wesley Willis's support band. R·I·P.
Track 7.1 - Early 2001 Tucson, AZ. Lawrence taught us this because it's a classic yeah.
Track 7.2 - Here we are with S·W· Stephens on bass in London, leashing it.
Track 7.3 - Also London, 2001.
Track 8 - NYC, aug 2002, Mercury Lounge. From video recording by Thomas Barrat.
Track 9 - Personnel, venue, recording same as 8.
Track 10 - Chicago, 2002 August, The Hideout. Personnel same as 8.
Track 11 - Tucson, AZ, Jan 2004
Track 12.1 - The dragon public house practise space
Track 12.2 - The Captain's Rest, Glasgow 1999.
Track 13 - © + ℗ 1998 Alastair MacKinven / Simon Stephens / Lawrence Worthington / Country Teasers. Shepherd's Bush Empire, London June 1999
Track 14, 15 - London 2001. It was the Bull & Gate Pub in a shit place called Kentish Tn. "Thos little things you call eyes" is a copyright T. Barratt phrase.
Track 16.1 - Edmonton, Canada 2001
Track 16.2 - Ohio, Columbus, recorded in A Robertson's Home by Matt Duckworth (same personnel for introd. - Secrets In Welsh excpt. - Cincinnati, OH, Tues. Nov. 7, 2000)
Track 17 - Tucson AZ 2001.
Track 18 - Leeds, June 1999. Dm: "There must be a worse crime in Football tha Off-Side;" BW: "Rape!" [LAUGHTER]. We're not laughing at Simon! We're laughing at you

Impossible without: Zoe Miller, Dan Mitchell, Matthew Johnson, Bruce Watson, Kork Agency (Christian, Allison, Erik, Angela et al.), Larry Hardy, Jimmy Hole

Barcodes

  • ASIN: B0007R8FKI
  • Barcode (Printed): 72459693012
  • Matrix / Runout: COUNTRY TEASERS LIVE RECORDS ITR116
  • Other: RPP-CA CR52780

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – In The Red Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – In The Red Recordings
  • Distributed By – Revolver USA
  • Recorded At – WNYU 89.1 FM
  • Recorded At – WHPK
  • Recorded At – Mercury Lounge
  • Recorded At – The Dragon Public House Practice Space
  • Recorded At – The Captain's Rest
  • Recorded At – Shepherds Bush Empire
  • Recorded At – The Bull & Gate Pub
  • Recorded At – A. Robertson's House

Video

Album

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