2011.03.30- Wednesday Night Live Part Four
[amazon_image id=”B003FGX1Z2″ link=”true” target=”_blank” size=”medium” ]Lost In Overdale[/amazon_image]
We start off, for the sake of continuity by replaying the last indie artists, Jamie Gray, from the previous show. Keep in mind that Jeff, Steve and Lumpy do this live, mess up often, and just try to have fun with the listeners and, even more so, with those involved in chat and VOIP.
We seemed have finally talked ourselves out with the talk in segment three. So let us just get to the music.
We closed the last show with Jamie Gray. It sounded best to also open this show with this fine artist who really understands the new media order. More likely we just wanted to hear some good music one more time over.
Indie Nation would like to thank Jamie Gray and other musicians like him who license and share their music through a Creative Commons License. Without them, Indie Nation would not be possible. When you do go and visit amie Gray, be sure to stop by his list of links to find him everywhere.
Please remember to support the independent musicians. You can do so by donations, emailing them telling them you like their music, or simply just spread the word about them.
- Like a Wheel
- Everything is Nowhere
- Right as Rain
This local Cleveland band has been a favorite of Lumpy and of many Indie Nation listeners. Joe’s Garage is a local rock quartet that creates an awesome wall of sound. They sound like they are a band you would have heard on FM in the 70s when FM still kicked butt and wasn’t leached of it’s talent pool by something Lumpy calls clear channel cannibalism.
But we are digressing, you can find Joe’s Garage on MySpace and you can also hear them on our bot rotation along with all the other indie artist listed on our play list page. Sticking with the night’s theme of album oriented music, we played the entire “Lost in Overdale” album. While not a concept album like our previous two shows, it certainly is an album that you want to listen to all the way through. It is a collection of great original rock songs.
The tracks on “Lost in Overdale” are:
- Sudden Glory
- Lost in Overdale
- Sky Writter
- Drive Another Day
- What Will You Say
- Abraham Lincoln
- Come With Me
- It Cuts Like That
Dr. H. P. Winkler – Housygrooves
This next track is long enough to fill a traditional album side. It was a track Lumpy found years back and has always been very well received. Regrettably, if you now go to the net label, Stormklang you are greeted with a page informing you that they are now closed. Fortunately, “Housygrooves” was also placed into the Internet Archive. Due to that fact you can still find it and and enjoy it.
This piece was recorded live on 19 December, 1994. The page at Internet Archive list the following as equipment used:
Roland R-8(Human Rhythem Composer), Roland JX-8P,Moog-Prodigy, Korg-Workstation X3, Dynacord 16-Channel-Mixer, Alesis Midiverb II, TEAC 2-Channel-Recorder
It was composed and performed for a Xmas in Space party. So get ready to trance dance out as we end the show with Housygrooves. Thank you for listening and participating. Remember to support the indie musicians and also remember, if you find someone you like, the email to suggest and refer is info[at]indienation[dot]fm. We look forward to hearing from you.
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