Apr 20, 2010
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- Line Up:
Steve Kimock - guitars, lap steel
Bobby Vega - fender bass
John Kimock - drums
Jose Neto - guitar
Trevor Exter - bass, vocals (last 2 songs only)
- Last Time and Rocco with Steve Kimock and Bobby Vega only.
- Recording Info:
SBD (Stereo Feed From Brian Abramson's House Mix) + (Stage) Rode NT2 ->
Sound Devices 744T (24bit/48k) -> Samplitude Professional v11.03 -> FLAC/16
(3 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)
- Recorded and Mixed By Charlie Miller
mecrepyou — 5/7/2010 5:26:32 PM
milesoleo — 4/24/2010 8:57:46 AM
"Quick update to review this recording. It sounds fantastic, very intimate. Picks up band chatter and just enough crowd noise. Nice stereo image so the two guitars are nicely separated. I have to say again - fantastic jams this night. On 2nd listen I am really reminded of both KVHW & SKB throughout the show. It seems the space left without the keyboards allows Steve to really dig into different tones, and the interaction of the two guitars & bass are just a blast to listen to on headphones. The duets shine on this recording, extremely psychedelic playing, lots of space, just floating notes. Thanks for this amazing music & recording!!! "
milesoleo — 4/23/2010 9:18:56 AM
"Fantastic show last night. Room was packed. Had a sweet spot behind Steve with a great view of the rest of the band. Steve & Bobby were really feeling it during the two duets standing very close and locking in. Rocco was particularly moving. A great way to start the show. Bobby was in great spirits exuding positive energy and really getting off at times. Just awesome, powerful, funky ass bass playing last night. JMK seemed to rise up for this gig, tight focused playing, giving lots of smiles to Steve at the new directions the tunes took during the night. Jose Neto who I did not recognize blended amazingly well into the mix. I am hoping the stereo imaging of the recording will reflect the two sides of the stage well, because as someone else said while distinct from Steve, Jose really did add some very nice textures and solos. Extremely tasteful playing, the vibe & playing personally reminded me of SKB at times. Steve was all smiles after the tunes, he almost seemed kind of blown away. Lots of fun had by all. Every song was played full tilt, 100%. I can not wait to hear this show again. BERM was hot!! Thanks for a great show! That was a blast."
Setlist at 19 Broadway, Fairfax, CA on Apr 20, 2010
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