Friday, April 17

Mitch Easter - NYC 2007 + N.C. 2009

Bowery Ballroom
New York, NY
January 13, 2007

opening for The dB’s

audience recording (sound quality: VG++; typically great recording by TheBynumite; trouble-free listening experience)
Supremely groovy poster by Matt Pfahlert

SAMPLE: "Time Warping" (NYC 2007)

01 - intro (tech troubleshooting)
02 - Sudden Crown Drop
03 - Every Word Means No
04 - Time Warping
05 - Dusky Lair
06 - Ornamental
07 - Flags for Everything
08 - I Want a New Scene
09 - Fell
10 - Reflecting Pool
11 - Ton of Bricks
12 – One and a Half-Way Street

ALL PRAISE to TheBynumite for recording and to Brandon for sharing (both shows)

Mitch Easter - guitar, vocals
Mitch & Shalini at the 2007 NYC show
Shalini Chatterjee - bass, backing vocals
Eric Marshall - drums, vocals

Cat’s Cradle
Carrboro, N.C.
August 3, 2009

opening for The Cosmopolitans

audience recording (sound quality: VG++; another great recording by TheBynumite)

01 - opening comments, band intros
02 - Break Through
03 - Sights Set On Heaven
04 - You, Me
05 - Glazed
06 - Sudden Crown Drop
07 - Dusky Lair
08 - I Want a New Scene
09 - Bad Machinery
10 - Gimme Gimme Good Lovin'
11 - Ornamental
12 - One and a Half-Way Street

Note: #10 = Crazy Elephant cover

Mitch Easter - guitars, vocals
Shalini Chatterjee - guitar, bkg vocals
Jon Heames - keyboards & chamberlin
Holt Evans - bass, bkg vocals
Rob Ladd – drums



    Mitch Easter
    ‘Rabid In the Kennel’ live session
    with Dj Jack Rabid
    Breakthrough Radio
    Brooklyn, N.Y.
    February (?) 2011

    soundboard recording via webstream (sound quality Ex-)

    01 Every Word Means No
    02 Phantoms of Ephemera
    03 Every Dog Has His Day
    04 Fell
    05 It’s So Easy

    I also included the entire hour-long radio show, just for fun…

    This is Mitch with unknown musicians on a promo tour supporting Dynamico.

    Don’t be put off by the cheesy, Casio-like keyboard sound on the first track (it doesn’t last long). This is a very enjoyable, high-energy session.

    MP3@256 kbps

  2. I'm a bit late on this one, but that Cat's Cradle set sounds great! The album, at least on CD, always sounds a bit flattened to me, but the tracks rip live here.


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