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|Genre/Form:||Live sound recordings|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Pavement (Musical group),|
Title from container.
Disc 1, tracks 1-18 originally released as Matador OLE-130 [i.e. OLE 130-2], Apr. 1995; tracks 19-28 from other Matador releases, Mar. 1995-Feb. 1996. Disc 2 principally comprises previously unreleased material.
Program notes ([64 p. : chiefly ill.) included.
|Performer(s):||Performed by Pavement, vocals, various instruments.|
|Event notes:||Disc 1, tracks 1-18 recorded Nov. 12-24, 1994, Easley Studio, Memphis, TN, and Feb. 10-14, 1994, Random Falls, New York City.|
|Description:||2 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||disc 1. We dance --
Rattled by the rush --
Black out --
Brinx job --
Serpentine pad --
Motion suggests itself --
Father to a sister of thought --
Best friend's arm --
Grave architecture --
AT & T --
Flux = Rad --
Fight this generation --
Kennel district --
Half a canyon --
Western homes --
Sordid (Wowee zowee session outtake) --
Brink of the clouds ; False skorpion ; Easily fooled (originally released as Rattled by the rush 7"/CD, OLE-134, Mar. 1995) --
Kris Kraft ; Mussle rock (is a horse in transition) (originally released as Father to a sister of thought 7"/CD, OLE-169, June 1995) --
Give it a day ; Gangsters & pranksters ; Saganaw ; I love Perth (originally released as Pacific trim 7" EP/CD, OLE-188, Feb. 1996) --
Sentinel (Wowee zowee session outtake). disc 2. Sensitive Euro man (from the OST I shot Andy Warhol, originally released by Atlantic Records, Apr. 1996) --
Stray fire (Wowee zowee session outtake --
Fight this generation ; Easily fooled (recorded Mar. 3, 1994, Hilversum, Holland) --
Soul food (Wowee zowee jam session) --
It's a hectic world (from the compilation Homage : lots of bands doing descendents' songs, Coolidge Records, 1995) --
Kris Kraft ; Golden boys/Serpentine pad ; Painted soldiers ; I love Perth (recorded for BBC Radio 1's Steve Lamacq evening session, first transmitted Mar. 15, 1995) --
Dancing with the elders (from the Medusa Cyclone/Pavement split 7" originally released by Third Gear Records, 1995)--
Half a canyon ; Best friend's arm ; Brink of the clouds/Candylad ; Unfair ; Easily fooled ; Heaven is a truck ; Box elder (recorded July 7, 1994, live at the Wireless, JJJ Radio, Australia) --
No more kings (from the compilation Schoolhouse rock! rocks, originally released by Lava/Atlantic, Apr. 1996) --
Painted soldiers (from the OST Kids in the hall, Brain candy, originally released as Matador OLE-183, Apr. 1996) --
We dance (alternate mix, Wowee zowee session outtake).
|Other Titles:||We dance.
Rattled by the rush.
Motion suggests itself.
Father to a sister of thought.
Best friend's arm.
AT & T.
AT and T.
Flux = Rad.
Fight this generation.
Half a canyon.
Brink of the clouds.
Mussler rock (is a horse in transition)
Give it a day.
Gangsters & pranksters.
Gangsters and pranksters.
I love Perth.
Sensitive euro man.
It's a hectic world.
Dancing with the elders.
Heaven is a truck.
No more kings.