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Old 12.26.2012, 03:12 PM   #89
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Originally Posted by halgreen
The show that Spacebandit uploaded on Dime, does that feature Thurston too? And is it officially released as well?

no, Thurston only joined Sunburned for the Cafe OTO show. He has performed with them before but that was years ago... The Spacebandit upload didn't get released and I can upload it for you if you like.

Here's the details from Spacebandit:

SUNBURNED HAND OF THE MAN
AJZ, Bielefeld, Germany
December - 15 - 2011
Main act

Rec. Info:
OKM2R -> Zoom H2 -> SD (WAV 16/44) -> HD -> Audacity (edit?/volume increased) -> WAV 16/44 -> TLH8 -> FLAC -> DIME -> YOUR EARS AND MIND...got brainmelted...
The last one from this year's very successful taping activities. As before taped from last row behind the seated audience of maybe 30 people, sitting comfotably on
top of a bench, from a very cold ArbeiterJugendZentrum (they have no heating inside!). If you go there in winter time, don't forget your polar excusion outfit.
Recording came out a bit quiet, so I'd to push up the volume, but it's still quiet as I wanted to avoid too much hiss.
Some pictures taken by my dear brother Martin are included as well...

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First of all, great big thanks to Dime brother Stubba for exceptional help with the mysteries of this recording. The three of us there (Martin, Wolli and me) were looking at
each other in disbelieve, as the music was quite very far away from their official releases, even off from their millions of semi-official material. Not that it sounded like
grindcore in a bad dream, but we thought of something different. Anyway, the collective of musicians was down to only three members at this show, and provided a surrealistic
ambient sound, especially if you have in mind, at what a location this was held. Truly weird, and of course the most unreal and out there shows I've seen and taped in 2011.
I don't know what happened, after the music stopped. Something like a discussion with the remaining few audience members started, but - as we all had to work next morning -
and it was 11.30 pm - with a full hour to go on my windshield - we decided to leave....
Make up your own opinion about this. I hope you'll enjoy. Happy holydaze... SB.
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WEIRD SCENES INSIDE THE AJZ (Part 3)...

FULL SHOW (?) (44:49 min.)
01. Three variations on a canon (Brian Eno) (44:49)

PAUL LABRECQUE - electric bow guitar
JOHN MOLONEY - acoustic guitar, electronics, cymbals
??? - electronics
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