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NYCTaper Upcoming Schedule – August and Fall Shows

July 28, 2009
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Its been quite a Summer for recordings, and we have quite a few left to capture. The recording of Wilco at Dutchess County has become one of the most popular downloads in the history of this site, and our show at Monster Island in June was an excellent night. The Fall schedule is coming together and its huge — with more to come!

If you want nyctaper to record your band, a band you represent, a show you’re promoting, or even your favorite band in the world, get me on the list and make sure everyone who needs to approve of the recording gives permission. Also, remember I’m doing this all for free — the recordings, the post-production, the reviews, the links, etc. — so treat me fairly.

Upcoming Shows:

Polvo / Obits:
July 31, 2009 South Street Seaport NYC

Mekons:
August 1, 2009 Mercury Lounge NYC

-and/or

Mary Timony and Soft Power:
August 1, 2009 Cake Shop NYC

Joe Pernice:
August 7, 2009 Bowery Ballroom NYC

(August 11 through August 25 – NYCTaper on vacation in California)

Nine Inch Nails:
August 26, 2009 Terminal 5, NYC

The Ladybug Transistor:
August 27, 2009 Union Hall Brooklyn

After The Jump Festival:
August 28, 29 and 30, Littlefield Brooklyn

The Janks:
September 8, 2009 Sullivan Hall NYC

The Feelies:
September 13, 2009 Southpaw Brooklyn

and/or:

Naked Raygun:
September 13, 2009 Maxwell’s, Hoboken NJ

Deerhoof:
September 15, 2009 Le Poisson Rouge NYC

Sun Volt:
September 17, 2009 Irving Plaza NYC

Of Montreal:
September 18, 2009 Terminal 5 NYC

Steve Wynn IV with Minus 5 and The Baseball Project:
September 23, 2009 Bowery Ballroom NYC

Yo La Tengo:
September 25, 2009 Roseland NYC

and/or:

Wavves:
September 25, 2009 ToddP Show Venue TBA

Kittens Ablaze / Hooray For Earth:
September 26, 2009 Southpaw Brooklyn

and/or:

The Rest:
September 26, 2009 Cameo Gallery Brooklyn

Mono:
September 28, 2009 Bowery Ballroom NYC

New Model Army:
October 1, 2009 Mercury Lounge NYC

The Dodos:
October 13, 2009 Music Hall of Williamsburg Brooklyn

Built to Spill:
October 12 and 13, 2009 Webster Hall NYC (correspondent)

Built to Spill:
October 14 and 15, 2009 Music Hall of Williamsburg Brooklyn

Bob Weir and Ratdog:
October 19, 2009 Manhattan Center Grand Ballroom NYC

CMJ Music Marathon:
October 20-24 Various Artists and Venues

Atlas Sound:
October 21, 2009 Music Hall of Williamsburg Brooklyn (CMJ)

Pixies:**
November 23, 24 and/or 25, 2009 Hammerstein Ballroom NYC

Oneida (with many others):
OneidaFest in December ToddP Venue TBA

NYCTaper Upcoming Events: Summer is Here!

July 4, 2009
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So its outdoor taping season, and our first expedition proved successful. However, there are always wind and rain issues that arise and we’ll certainly not make all of these events.

If you want nyctaper to record your band, a band you represent, a show you’re promoting, or even your favorite band in the world, get me on the list and make sure everyone who needs to approve of the recording gives permission. Also, remember I’m doing this all for free — the recordings, the post-production, the reviews, the links, etc. — so treat me fairly.

Upcoming Shows:

Wilco / Yo La Tengo:
July 13, 2009 Keyspan Park Brooklyn

Kaki King:
July 15, 2009 Stuyvesant Town

Miracles of Modern Science:
July 16, 2009 Pianos NYC

Built to Spill:
July 18, 2009 Village Voice Siren Festival

Oneida:
July 24, 2009 Broadway Backyard Brooklyn

Polvo:
July 31, 2009 South Street Seaport NYC

Mekons:
August 1, 2009 Mercury Lounge NYC

-and-

Mary Timony and Soft Power:
August 1, 2009 Cake Shop NYC

Joe Pernice:
August 7, 2009 Bowery Ballroom NYC

So So Glos / Spanish Prisoners / Miracles of Modern Science:
August 8, 2009 NYCTaper Presents Venue TBA

The Janks:
September 8, 2009 Sullivan Hall NYC

Naked Raygun:
September 13, 2009 Maxwell’s, Hoboken NJ

Deerhoof:
September 15, 2009 Le Poisson Rouge NYC

Steve Wynn IV with Minus 5 and The Baseball Project:
September 23, 2009 Bowery Ballroom NYC

New Model Army:
October 1, 2009 Mercury Lounge NYC

CMJ Music Marathon:
October 20-24 Various Artists and Venues

múm:
October 24, 2009 Le Poisson Rouge NYC

NYCTaper Update: Spring into Summer

April 22, 2009
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A nice set of additions to the calendar. This is shaping up to be an amazing season for concerts and recording. More to come.

Upcoming Shows:

The Dead:
April 24, 2009 Nassau Coliseum Uniondale NY

Spanish Prisoners:
April 25, 2009 Crash Mansion NYC
-or-
Nashville Skyline Project:
April 25, 2009 Le Poisson Rouge NYC
-or-
Ponytail:
April 25, 2009 Music Hall of Williamsburg

Crystal Stilts/Mahogany/Motel Motel (Music Snobbery Anniversary Show):
April 26, 2009 Maxwell’s Hoboken NJ

Mogwai:
April 27, 2009 Music Hall of Williamsburg

Yo La Tengo:
May 3, 2009 Hoboken Spring Festival
(false rumor)

Mike Watt:
May 7, 2009 Maxwell’s Hoboken NJ

Deli Magazine Best of NY Festival:
May 8 and May 10, 2009 Bell House Brooklyn

Thao With The Get Down Stay Down:
May 14, 2009 Bowery Ballroom NYC

Iron and Wine:
May 17 and May 18, 2009 Abrons Art Center NYC

Grizzly Bear:
May 28, 2009, Town Hall NYC

Grizzly Bear:
May 31, 2009 Music Hall of Williamsburg

Jessica Lea Mayfield:
June 1, 2009 Bowery Ballroom NYC

Decemberists:
June 10, 2009 Radio City Music Hall NYC

The Meat Puppets:
June 11, 2009, Mercury Lounge NYC

Best Friends Forever:
June 18, 2009 TBA NYC

Thunder Power / El Jezel / Coyote Eyes / The Rest:
June 19, 2009 NYCTaper Presents – Venue TBA

Dinosaur Jr.
June 25, 2009 Music Hall of Williamsburg

Oneida:
July 10, 2009 Maxwell’s Hoboken NJ

Wilco:
July 13, 2009 Keyspan Park Brooklyn

NYCTaper Hanukkah Week Begins

December 23, 2008
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[photo by nyctaper]

I love this picture. Its the dreidel / disco ball that came down from the ceiling at the Matisyahu show at Webster Hall tonight. It looks like its about the come down onto my microphones, but the dreidel was really about 20 feet in front of me.

We recorded Matisyahu tonight. The performance lasted over two hours. That recording will be up on the site in about two days. He will play 6 more shows this week, at Webster and then at Music Hall of Williamsburg.

We will be at Yo La Tengo tomorrow night and then again on Saturday. We received a blackberry message when Magnetic Fields showed up as the opening act at Maxwell’s for YLT’s show tonight.

NYCTaper Top Ten Concerts of 2008

December 18, 2008
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Its getting late, less than 2 weeks left in the year. So we feel like we left our yearly Top Concerts post until as late as we can, with all due respect to the rest of the shows we will see this year — Matisyahu (Dec 22) and Yo La Tengo (Dec 23 and Dec 27 — they won last year) and possibly others.

NYCTaper saw something like 100 concerts this year, and recorded upwards of 150 different sets. This list represents our totally subjective ten favorite show for a variety of reasons.

NYCTaper Top Ten Concerts of 2008:

1. Sigur Ros: June 16, 2008 Grand Ballroom
This two-hour set of majestic brilliance was the clear winner of the best concert of 2008 — and perhaps the greatest show we have ever seen.

2. Of Montreal: October 10, 2008 Roseland
This show is almost legend by now — almost more an artistic theatrical event than simply a concert. The horse, the noose, the stage antics all ultimately paled to the two hours of intense music.

3. Deerhunter: November 7, 2008 Music Hall
A band at its creative peak performed a flawless set primarily consisting of its new CD — perhaps the best album released in all of 2008.

4. Love Is All: June 12, 2008 Cake Shop (NYC Popfest)
A packed sweaty room literally swaying with uncontrollable joy as the Swedish punk-pop masters perform in the most intimate venue they will ever play in NYC.

5. Wilco: August 13, 2008 McCarren Pool
Perhaps the strongest Wilco show we have ever seen, the eleven encores at this show exceed in number and length the entire sets they are performing opening for Neil Young this month.

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7. Sharon Van Etten: October 23, 2008 Cake Shop (NYCTaper CMJ Show)
Admittedly, a personal and sentimental favorite. Sharon delivered a breathtakingly beautiful set as the ultimate finish to an outstanding day of music and musical camaraderie.

8. The Mountain Goats: November 9, 2008 Webster Hall
At the tour-closing night, John Darnielle pulled out all the stops. As he revealed early in the night that he had considered retiring from touring and that the current tour rejuvenated his love for live performance, this show took on a celebratory air.

9. Ponytail: June 21, 2008 After the Jump Fest (Music Hall)
This thoroughly original set literally took my breath away with its unrestrained energy and musicianship. It was the final performance of the day session of the outstanding After The Jump Fest — an amazing day of music.

10. Natalie Merchant: January 8, 2008 Hiro Ballroom
A triumphant return to performance. Natalie sang and performed beautifully for nearly two and half hours. This is ironically the only recording ever removed from the site at an artist’s request.

Kimya Dawson Returns to NYC in December

October 10, 2008
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Kimya Dawson has announced that she will return to NYC in December for a show at the Bowery Ballroom. Kimya’s show is a celebration of 10 years of sobriety. Here are the details:

Friday December 26th
Kimya Dawson’s 10 Years Off The Sauce Extravaganza!
w/ special performances by Akida Junglefoot Dawson, Malcolm Rollick, Joie DBG, Underthrust, and more!!!
@ Bowery Ballroom
New York, NY
A celebration of recovery and being alive!!!

This has not yet been posted on the Bowery site. We recorded Kimya twice already this year [here] and [here], but we are uncertain about this show, since it conflicts with the Yo La Tengo Hanukkah shows we announced last week.

nyctaper’s Top Five Concerts of 2007

December 14, 2007
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We attended 85 concerts this year, recording 75 of them. Of all of these many shows, these 5 concerts below are the most memorable experiences of the year for a variety of reasons.

nyctaper’s Top Five Concerts of 2007:

1.  Yo La Tengo December 6, 2007 Maxwell’s
An absolutely amazing YTL set, with legendary openers the dBs. We had a great time, with a great atmosphere and an excellent taping experience.

2.  White Stripes July 24, 2007 Madison Square Garden
Jack and Meg fill up the big room with a sonic masterpiece. Two hours of intense blues rock and nine encores. nyctaper enjoys the concert and records from the perfect location.

3.  Fiery Furnaces August 26, 2007 Socrates Sculpture Park
This concert was like seeing your favorite band at a family picnic. Eleanor, Matt and company rock through the final live performance of the Bitter Tea medley in a beautiful park on a beautiful day with the scenic East River and Manhattan skyline behind them. nyctaper sits on the grass and records from the ideal spot.

4.  Bruce Springsteen October 18, 2007 Madison Square Garden
The only 57-year old in rock history to perform a non-stop concert of such intensity for two and a half hours straight. The Meeting Across the River / Jungleland was the highlight of any Bruce concert of the entire 2007 tour.

5.  Pylon November 7, 2007 Mercury Lounge
1980s Athens legends tour for the first time in 17 years, and miraculously sound as tight as if they’d played together all that time. Vanessa and company seem thankful for the fans in attendance that night, and are incredibly gracious to nyctaper before and after the show.

Honorable Mention:
Dinosaur Jr. June 6, 2007 Irving Plaza
Regina Spektor October 16, 2007 Hammerstein Ballroom
of Montreal March 9, 2007 Irving Plaza
Richard Thompson June 21, 2007 Prospect Park
Meat Puppets August 30, 2007 Knitting Factory

Venue of the Year:
Maxwell’s Hoboken, NJ
Without question, the most enjoyable location to attend a concert in the NYC area. From top to bottom, Maxwell’s offers the music fan every ingredient for a positive experience — fine sound system, excellent sight lines, excellent beer selection, and the venue does not include any of the negatives that often detract from enjoyment — the staff is friendly and professional, there is no power-drunk security, and concert goers are permitted to freely mingle and move around inside the venue. nyctaper attended 3 shows at Maxwell’s this year (Fiery Furnaces, Figgs and Yo La Tengo), and each experience was as positive as the last one.

nyctaper Update

November 15, 2007
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Its been an exciting month thus far in November. Even after the unfortunate cancellation of the two Decemberists concerts, we still recorded and posted 6 concerts in the first 10 days of the month. There have been several “firsts” in November, including our first four-consecutive night recordings, our first 4-microphone mix, and our first 24-bit recording. Additionally, nyctaper would like to thank our readers for the many emails of encouragement and support received in the last few weeks.

You’ll notice that in the upcoming events posted below, we have added a February concert. We are happy to report that nyctaper will continue past the new year.

We are still on the look-out for decent Neil Young tickets at an affordable price. All of the United Palace concerts are sold out, but we are looking for the first few rows of the lower balcony for any night.

Upcoming Events:

Yo La Tengo:
November 16, 2007, Posted Above

So Percussion:
November 20, 2007, Posted Above

Richard Hawley:
December 1, 2007, Bowery Ballroom NYC

Matisyahu:
December 4, 2007, Roseland, NYC

Ted Leo and the Pharmacists:
December 5, 2007, Webster Hall, NYC

Yo La Tengo:
December 6, 2007, Maxwell’s Hoboken NJ

Fiery Furnaces:
December 8, 2007, Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY

Pierce Turner:
December 9, 2007, Joe’s Pub NYC

Ashley 1st:
December 11, 2007, Mercury Lounge, NYC

The Figgs:
December 14, 2007, Cake Shop, NYC

The Figgs:
December 15, 2007, Cargo Cafe, Staten Island, NY

Magnetic Fields:
February 21, 2008, Town Hall, NYC

Bruce Springsteen:
February 28, 2007, Civic Center, Hartford, CT

Recordings will be posted at this site for each of those concerts that nyctaper attends and records. As with any future plans, some of these concerts may not be attended or recorded by nyctaper, for reasons out of my control. Please check back to the site often for updates as other concerts will be added.

I have received numerous requests to attend and record certain specific events. Please bear in mind that my time and energy are limited. Specific requests are more likely to be successful if accompanied by a guest list pass, complimentary ticket or other incentives.

nyctaper news

October 25, 2007
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There’s a lot to talk about this morning.

The Shins

Apologies to Shins fans waiting for the recording from last night. I did not attend, and wasted my ticket. Between the rain, my not feeling well, and lackluster reviews of the show and the venue, I did not really feel up to attending.

Server Outages and new Server Limits:

The Springsteen and Morrissey recordings have brought users to this site in record numbers. The total number of visits the day after the Springsteen concert was 118,000, roughly 5 times the record number of hits for a day on this site. The record number of visits have continued throughout the week. Those numbers have essentially crashed the server on multiple occasions, and have brought download speeds down to a trickle.

Unfortunately, my host has now put limits on my server capacity. The total number of visitors at any given time is limited to 150 distinct ip addresses. The total number of files one user can download at once is now limited to 5. And upload speed from the server has been capped at 2.5 megabytes per second. That’s a lot of speed if you’re downloading alone, but a slow speed if you divide it by 150.

There have been complaints and frustrations communicated in various forums on the web about the crashes and the speed reductions. I understand these complaints, but want users to know that these limits come from the host, and are a direct result of the popularity of the site.

Support the Artists:

I am capable of tracking the total number of purchases of official CD’s that are made through links on this site. I must say that I am profoundly disappointed at the number of people who download from this site, and the subsequent lack of purchases of official releases. I understand that of the 5000 people who downloaded Springsteen, most if not all of them already own Magic, or of the 3000 people who have downloaded Bjork, most or all already bought Volta.

It is the goal of this site that those 8000 people be exposed to other artists, and support those artists. Springsteen fans would be more than happy with the music of The Hold Steady, or The National, and Bjork fans would love Regina Spektor, or Animal Collective, or Kria Brekkan. In other words, if you already own Volta, click on the link and buy Begin to Hope!

nyctaper is currently considering implementing a limitation of downloads, where access would only be granted if confirmation of purchase of the official release is offered. This is something that we don’t want to install, but may be forced to do if users do not support the bands.

Support the Site:

The plan for this site was that donations and ad revenue would make it a not-too-expensive proposition. nyctaper was willing to operate at a loss in order to be able to implement a new model of music exchange and artist promotion. In this regard, the site has been a complete failure. The total number of donations thus far has amounted to $134. That represents less the price of the ticket for Springsteen. Commission ad revenue has generated zero. We did not envision being in the hole for roughly 12 thousand dollars within six months of the opening of the site.

Ironically, today we were accused of being bootleggers.

Plans for the Future:

At this point, nyctaper will continue to exist until the end of the shows listed below. We can not continue to afford to operate past that period without any significant user support.

Upcoming Events:

The Decemberists:
November 1, 2007
November 2, 2007, Terminal Five, NYC

Fiery Furnaces:
November 3, 2007, Hiro Ballroom, NYC

Pylon:
November 7, 2007, Mercury Lounge, NYC

Phil Lesh and Friends:
November 8, 2007, Phil Lesh Tickets at Nokia Theatre Times Square

mum:
November 9, 2007, Church of St. Paul NYC
November 10, 2007, Society for Ethical Culture Concert Hall NYC

Yo La Tengo:
November 16, 2007, Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY

Pierce Turner:
December 2, 2007, Joe’s Pub NYC
December 9, 2007, Joe’s Pub NYC

Yo La Tengo:
December 6, 2007, Maxwell’s Hoboken NJ (12/6 sold out, click link for tickets to other nights)

I will not attend Neil Young at the United Palace because I can not afford the ticket price, and no user has offered to sponsor my attendance.

Recordings will be posted at this site for each of those concerts that nyctaper attends and records. As with any future plans, some of these concerts may not be attended or recorded by nyctaper, for reasons out of my control. Please check back to the site often for updates as other concerts will be added.

I have received numerous requests to attend and record certain specific events. Please bear in mind that my time and energy are limited. Specific requests are more likely to be successful if accompanied by a guest list pass, complimentary ticket or other incentives.

Alex Bleeker and The Freaks: November 12, 2015 Brooklyn Bowl (2 Sources)

November 17, 2015
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Alex Bleeker and The Freaks treated us to two concerts on Thursday night at Brooklyn Bowl. As the release party for the new album Country Agenda, the first set was an extremely well-played run through much of the record with some older Freaks tunes, and one outstanding cover. The second set was the Freaks “Play Dead” — a guest-filled performance of Grateful Dead tunes, similar to what the band did in Chicago in July.

Country Agenda struck me most upon first listen as an album with superb production values. The sound quality is absurdly good, but what’s more compelling is that the songs have a feel that is consistent with the music. While others have pointed to the American Beauty / Workingman’s Dead qualities of the songs, this album very much more resembles a Laurel Canyon record and the offshoots of that movement. For the live performance, what substituted for the production values of the record was the tightness of the band. The Freaks were extremely well rehearsed and wired into each other — this is a band of both talent and commitment and the performance proved that. But this was also a night when the Freaks had some fun and let loose. The jamming aspect of this show began with the final number of the first set, an extended cover of Ricky Skaggs’ “Gone Home,” and continued throughout the second set of Grateful Dead music. Among the Dead songs, the one that jumped out most was the Martin Courtney (Bleeker’s bandmate in his other project, Real Estate) appearance for “Here Comes Sunshine”, which featured Courtney’s unique vocals and a tight three-guitar attack (thanks to the addition of Courtney) that nailed what is otherwise a difficult song to pull off. By “difficult,” I mean that the Grateful Dead themselves stopped playing it for a couple of decades because of timing difficulties. The night ended in very sweet fashion, as the uber-talent Steve Gunn led the band through a profound version of “Wharf Rat.” In total, Alex Bleeker and The Freaks provided us with two sets and well over two hours of music featuring both the band’s superb new album and a fun set of Dead covers. It was a tremendous night and fortunately it will be repeated soon. The band will once again “Play Dead” on December 30 at Rough Trade.

Acidjack and I both recorded this set with separate rigs. We shared a superb board feed provided by Brooklyn Bowl’s FOH (we need help with his name to give full credit) and we both ran Schoeps from the middle of the room. I used the Schoeps CCM4 cardioids and acidjack ran his MK41V supercardiods. The sound in the room was also quite excellent (including very little crowd chatter). The nyctaper mix favors the audience feed (about 65/35 in favor of the room), while the acidjack mix accentuates the well-mixed board feed. The sound quality of both mixes is superb but offer different approaches to this show. Enjoy!

Download the Complete Show:
nyctaper source [MP3] / [FLAC]
acidjack source [MP3] / [FLAC]

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Alex Bleeker and The Freaks
2015-11-12
Brooklyn Bowl
Brooklyn, NY USA

Digital Master Recording
Soundboard + Audience Matrix

Soundboard + Schoeps CCM4u Cardioids > Sound Devices 744t > 2 x 24bit 48kHz wavs > Soundforge (post-production) > CDWave 1.95 (tracking) > TLH > flac (320 MP3 and tagging via Foobar)

Recorded and Produced by nyctaper

Setlist:
Set 1
[Total Time 1:03:37]
01 Little Dream I Had
02 California
03 See You On Sunday
04 [false start]
05 Country Agenda
06 Portrait
07 The Rest
08 Sealong Hair
09 Honey I Don’t Know
10 Downright Stinson
11 Leave On the Light
12 U.H.M.
13 [banter – new record]
14 Gone Home [Ricky Skaggs]

Set 2
[Total Time 1:14:41]
15 Viola Lee Blues
16 Tennessee Jed
17 Jack Straw
18 [Martin Courtney intro]
19 Here Comes Sunshine
20 He’s Gone
21 The Other One
22 He’s Gone Reprise
23 [Steve Gunn intro]
24 Wharf Rat

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Alex Bleeker & The Freaks
2015-11-12
Brooklyn Bowl
Brooklyn, NY USA

Exclusive download hosted at nyctaper.com
Recorded and produced by acidjack

Soundboard + Schoeps MK41V (A-B)>KCY>Z-PFA>>Edirol R-44>2x24bit/48kHz WAV>Adobe Audition CS 5.5 (align, mix down, fades)>Izotope Ozone 5 (effects)>Audacity 2.0.5 (track, amplify, balance, downsample)>FLAC ( level 8 )

Set 1 [Total Time: 1:03:42]
01 Little Dream I Had
02 California
03 See You On Sunday
04 [banter1]
05 Country Agenda
06 Portrait
07 The Rest
08 Sealong Hair
09 Honey, I Don’t Know
10 Downright Stinson
11 Leave On the Light
12 U.H.M.
13 [banter2]
14 Gone Home [Ricky Skaggs]

Set 2 – Grateful Dead cover set [Total Time: 1:14:44]
01 Viola Lee Blues
02 Tennessee Jed
03 Jack Straw
04 [banter3]
05 Here Comes Sunshine %
06 He’s Gone> %
07 The Other One>He’s Gone %
08 [banter4]
09 Wharf Rat $
% w/ Martin Courtney
$ w/ Steve Gunn

If you Download this recording from NYCTaper, we expect that you will PLEASE SUPPORT Alex Bleeker and the Freaks, visit their Facebook page, and purchase their new album Country Agenda from Sinderlyn Records [HERE].

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