Friday, November 27

Glenn Mercer + Wake Ooloo - Live

Glenn Mercer
Three Chord Monte show (DJ Joe Belock)
WFMU-FM
East Orange, N.J.
May 31, 2007

web stream (sound quality VG++; only anomaly is a brief transmission interruption at the tail end of track 3, but it’s not very noticeable)
     
GLENN MERCER: leading light of The Feelies & Wake Ooloo. Enjoy this live solo set. 
SAMPLE: "Morning Lights" (WFMU-FM 2007)

Member of The Feelies, Wake Ooloo & solo artist
01 Days to Come
02 Wheels In Motion
03 Get It Back
04 Let's Go
05 Morning Lights
06 Two Rights
07 Higher Ground
08 Whatever Happened 
09 Until It's Clear
10 interview

Musicians:
Glenn Mercer - guitar, vocal
Dave Weckerman – percussion
Vinny DeNunzio - drums
Bob Torsello - bass, vocals
Wake Ooloo: post-Feelies music vehicle for Glenn & Dave
1 Adam 12 – guitar

Wake Ooloo
The Music Faucet
WFMU-FM
East Orange, N.J.
Oct. 4, 1992
           
FM broadcast (sound quality: VG+)

01 show intro
02 Slow Down*
03 Big Day**
04 Doin' It Again*
05 interview 1
I really dig the shoes
06 Find a Way*
07 Ruby Tuesday (Rolling Stones) 
08 The Undertow*
09 interview 2
10 Throwing It All Away
11 Powderfinger (Neil Young)
12 Modern Farmer**
13 interview 3
14 Higher Ground*
15 Return To Zion**
16 Crazy Rhythms*
17 interview 4
18 Satellite of Love (Lou Reed)
19 Dead Flowers (Rolling Stones)
20 For Your Love (Yardbirds)
21 interview 5
22 Dancing Barefoot (Patti Smith)
23 interview 6
24 Honky Tonk Women (Rolling Stones)
25 interview 7
   
* Feelies song/cover
** Yung Wu song/cover  

Note from sharer: This "show" was performed shortly after The Feelies split up and Glenn Mercer and Dave Weckerman were just starting to put together Wake Ooloo. Russel Gambino, a future member of Wake Ooloo, performs here with Glenn and Dave on a number of Feelies, Yung Wu and various cover songs. No WO songs here, perhaps because none was written yet.

MP3@320 (Glenn Mercer set = 256kbps)

Musicians:
Glenn Mercer
Dave Weckerman
Russel Gambino

Learn more about the music of Wake Ooloo at the band's record label and read an interview with Dave and Glenn at Perfect Sound Forever
  

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