Acid Mothers Temple Live at Spaceland on 2004-06-06
- Live concert
- Acid Mothers Temple
2. Dark Star Blues
3. La Le Lo
4. Electric love Machine
5. Pink Lady Lemonade>IN E>Bow solo>Pink Lady Lemonade(last min. is cut off)
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|dark start blues|
|la le lo|
|electric love machine|
|pink lady lemonade|
ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE & THE MELTING PARIASO U.F.O.
80 min. (last min of pink lady lemonade is cut off to fit onto one 80min cdr)
Kawabata Makoto: guitar, vocal, speed guru
Koizumi Hajime: drums, sleeping monk
Higashi Hiroshi: synthesizer, guitar, vocal, dancin'king
Tsuyama Atsushi: monster bass, vocal, cosmic joker
::notes from Dan::
It was recorded on spacelands house mics straight through the soundboard. We stupidly only brought one CD so me missed the best La Novia I've ever seen or heard.
One of the best, if not THE best gig I've ever seen in my life!!! Thinking back is makes the best dead show I've seen look like a joke, UNREAL guitar and just SICK SICK SICK JAMS!!!
- 2004-11-27 18:46:57
- DL'ed from STG >dbpoweramp converter (to wave) > cdwave editor version 1.94 (to split tracks) >saved in auto conversion to FLAC
- Los Angeles, CA
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- Transferred by
Subject: Leave the Dead out of this!
Why is this show so reviewed and DLed when there are other equally compelling and beautifully recorded AMT shows available here?
And what's up with the weed vs acid thing. They both can be exciting or cause you not to want to leave the couch. They both seem to have a place!
If you can grab a hold of this stuff, enjoy going out there. I love listening to this band. Reminds me more of 70's Prog rock meets 60's blues psychedelia meets a chugging techno groove. Go figure and listen good. Peace
Subject: i like the dead
Subject: A message for those who thinks their opinions ar esuperiod
If you're gonna be a nitpicky music reviewer, you should at least realize nobody gives a crap. Acid Mothers sound as much like the Dead to me as much as whiney music twerps sound like they need a spanking. Quite a bit.
Subject: A message for the uninformed:
If you're gonna pick a band apart, you should at least get the influences and comparisons right. Acid Mothers sound as much like the dead to me as Frank Zappa sounds like Abba.
Subject: I LOVE THE GRATEFUL DEAD
Subject: ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE & THE PINK LADIES BLUES
Subject: wierd music
Subject: Sonic Assault
The recording is very good. I would recommend this show. Thanks.
Subject: these guys blow goat ass
Subject: eyes wide open
Subject: ftd--acid mothers
Subject: Modern Acid Test
There are 2 contrasting styles in this set. Besides the "make some noise and see what happens" style of the more freeform tracks, other tracks lay down an extended, repetitive groove salted with a line of improv. The effect of the latter is trancy (which will translate to quite boring, depending on listener).
While listening, I felt something missing: I got the impression that the at-show experience may well be pretty important for fully enjoying this band (I've not seen them live). Heh, that's probably just like it was at the original Acid Tests.
Subject: CD label
Subject: spaceland 2004
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