Steve Kimock Band

Road Notes Volume 1

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Road Notes Volume 1

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Show Notes
Steve Kimock Band
Road Notes Vol. 1
Spring 2005 Tour Sampler


Disc 1:
1 - High And Lonesome (10:23) Vancouver
2 - Cowboy (4:38) Salt Lake City
3 - Cissy Strut (8:31) Spokane
4 - Ice Cream (13:22) Bellingham
5 - Incantation (9:26) Bellingham
6 - A New Africa (17:47) Bend
7 - Little Wing (5:36) Petaluma ^

Disc 2:
1 - You're The One (11:24) Boise
2 - One For Brother Mike (8:21) Vancouver
3 - Cole's Law (12:46) Bend
4 - Green (9:36) San Francisco ^
5 - Samba (26:38) Eugene
6 - Chance In A Million (6:35) San Francisco %

Disc 3:
1 - It's Up To You (38:28) Eugene
2 - Weapons Of Moose Destruction (11:02) Petaluma ^
3 - Dr. Zaius (11:48) Crystal Bay
4 - Thing One (11:13) Crystal Bay
5 - Sleepwalk (4:10) Petaluma

  • Lineup:
    Steve Kimock – Guitars, Lap steel
    Rodney Holmes – Drums
    Mitch Stein – Guitar
    Leo Traversa – Bass
    ^ w/ Pete Sears on Keys
    % w/ Martin Fierro on Sax

  • From Charlie:

    These are some of the songs that I felt were the highlights of the last tour. I use a little notebook to write down setlists (with guitars of course!) for all the shows, and I make notes of anything that absolutely stands out during the gigs. After reviewing my notes and listening to the recordings, I figured that we had enough material to make a nice 3-disc sampler.