07

Mar

2008

The Radiators

Bank Street Brewery, Stamford, CT

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03/07/08 Bank Street Brewery, Stamford, CT

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Set One

set1 intro 158

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The Cuckoo 217

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Total Evaporation 499

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Long Way Down 230

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Give Me A Kiss 301

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Suck The Head 406

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Dreaming Out Loud 401

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Creepin' Vine 182

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Hold Back the Flood 288

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Run Red Run 438

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How Far To The Horizon 495

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set1 outro 21

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Set Two

Where Was You At 515

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Hot Lube 193

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Red Dress 355

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Low Rider 467

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Heatgen Medley 404

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If Your Heart Aint In It 234

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Morning Dew 568

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Between Two Fires 468

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Little Sadie 257

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Encore

calling them back 97

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Say Those Magic Words 434

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Rosie 226

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set2 outro 35

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Show Notes
After a series of legendary Stamford shows at the now defunct Terrace Club, the band returns to Stamford and delivers a gem of a 2 set show at a historical, chic new venue with an advance sellout crowd ready to radiate following a Tipitinas Foundation Benefit cocktail hour prior to the show. Opening with The Cuckoo, the band and enthusiastic audience feed off each other for a very hot night of classics and rarities as has become the norm for shows in southwestern Connecticut. Enjoy!

  • Source: Soundboard>XLR>Lunatec V3 (24/96)>Coax>Tascam HDP2>WAV
  • Transfer: Tascam HDP2>Firewire>WAV
  • Master: Audition 2.0(resample>16/44.1, fades)>WAV>CDWAV(track)>WAV>Flac Frontend (L8)>Flac

  • Recording, mastering and filework by Ken Hannan

  • Artwork by Scott Kravetz

  • Photos by Hillary
  • Reviews for this item

    Heineken Dave 3/12/2008 5:59:07 AM

    "Great show in an unusual venue. The band was hot, and there was plenty of room to dance. One suggestion would be to build an elevated stage. Also, for a brewery there was a marked lack of bars and beers. Two small service bars with the only beers available the leftover Abita's from the coctail hour. Musically this show was good. Not quite the ripper that you'd expect if it were the Terrace Club, but well worth the $40 donation."