Let's Visionate! - David Thomas and The Accordion Club

Let's Visionate!
Total Running Time - 1:13:51

Source: Live Digital Recording

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Catalog: Hearpen HR144
01. Story Of My Life (1:53)  preview
02. Over The Moon (3:08)  preview
03. Coffee Train (2:12)  preview
04. Friends Of Stone (4:49)
05. Worlds In Collision (3:46)
06. Postman Drove A Caddy (4:10)
07. Let's Visionate! (1:48)
08. Life Of Riley (4:58)
09. Monday Night (3:01)
10. The Waltz (4:20)
11. Petrified (12:00)
12. What Happened To Me (5:11)
13. Nobody Knows (4:12)
14. My Town (2:21)
15. Busman's Honeymoon (4:18)
16. Sloop John B (8:22)
17. We Have The Technology (3:22)
Download file size: 178.3MB

Description: Recorded live at The Knitting Factory, New York City, on October 16 and 17 1992. This recording captures David Thomas at his audience-charming best, a master class in the art of it, and so is reproduced here in full except for one break in the stream and applause edits in the encores. Recorded by Natalie Budelis.

David Thomas and The Accordion Club (v.4.0):
David Thomas - vocals, melodeon, metronome solo
Ira Kaplan - guitar
Garo Yellin - cello


Story Of My Life written by Jones - Krauss - Maimone - Thomas. Over The Moon, Nobody Knows, & Worlds In Collision written by Feldman - Jones - Krauss - Maimone - Thomas. . The Postman Drove A Caddy, The Waltz, We Have The Technology, & Monday Night written by Cutler - Jones - Krauss - Maimone - Ravenstine - Thomas. Petrified written by Fier - Maimone - Ravenstine - Thomas - Thompson. Sloop John B (traditional, arranged by Thomas). Published by Ubu Projex, administered by Bug Music.
Coffee Train written by Maimone - Ravenstine - Thomas. Friends of Stone, What Happened To Me, My Town & Let's Visionate! written by Thomas Published by Hearpen, administered by Bug Music.


Artwork:
Original art design by Alexandre Horne, webmaster of Pere Ubu Radio. This link will download PDF files of printable artwork.

Encoding method: Interleaved, 44.1, High Q, CBR@320, Filtered.
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