Gemet Gemet - Live! At Tonic mp3 album
- Performer: Gemet Gemet
- Title: Live! At Tonic
- Genre: Electronic / Rock / Audiobooks / World, Country
- Formats: MP3 AU TTA APE DXD MP4 XM
- Released: 2013
- Style: Abstract, Acid Rock, Beat, Art Rock, Avantgarde, Drone, No Wave, Rhythmic Noise
- MP3 album: 1388 mb
- FLAC album: 1877 mb
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 219
Cobblers of Spontaneous Compositions and astral projections. Do not take gnomes for granted. Cobblers of Spontaneous Compositions and astral projections.
from Live! at Tonic by Gemet Gemet. Cassette + Digital Album. Individually hand-stamped silver shell and cardboard O-sleeve. Includes unlimited streaming of Live! at Tonic via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Sound carriers Gemet Gemet return with a soundtrack sketched in two parts, and a mellow drama for your astral enjoyment; for that lazy Friday afternoon. Part One of a two-part extended-play single, features sections of two back-to-back improvisational sessions; no post-production or enhancement. It is highly recommended that both Part One and Part Two of this set are to be played simultaneously, for the maximum listening experience. Recorded live in The Living Room on the 3rd of May, 2013; direct to 2-channel. Part Two of a two-part extended-play single, features sections of two back-to-back improvisational sessions; sonically tweaked for this version. Carved from solid air, and Gemet-ically modified; nothing removed
Live at Tonic is a three-disc live album by American jazz bassist Christian McBride recorded at Tonic in New York January 10, 11, 2005. The album was released on May 2, 2006 via Ropeadope Records label. Tonic was a music venue located at 107 Norfolk Street, New York City, which opened in the Spring of 1998 and closed in April 2007.
Tonic is the self-titled fourth studio album by modern rock band Tonic. The project was originally announced in 2008, with writing and recording carrying through summer and fall of 2009. Recorded primarily at Conway Studios in Hollywood, California, the album was co-produced by Tonic and Nathaniel Kunkel. Critical reception to Tonic was generally positive.
Profile: American experimental, improvisational group founded in 2013, in Portland, Oregon. Core members: Gene Tangren (Gene Gemet) : echoplex guitar; astral blues overdrive guitar; keyboards; drum machine; trumpet; violin; sonic blender J. Free (Jean Gemet) : e-bow slide guitar; cat scratch guitar; fake bass guitar; SG EB0 bass; loops; trombone; acoustic percussion; live mix.
Live at Tonic is live album by jazz bassist Christian McBride recorded at Tonic in New York January 10, 11, 2005.
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Tracklist Hide Credits
Keyboards [Uncredited] – Gene Gemet
Words By [Uncredited] – J. Free
Vocals, Guitar [Uncredited] – Gene TangrenWritten-By [Uncredited] – Vertigo
|A5||Sentient (no. 3)||5:30|
- Co-producer [Uncredited] – Jéan Gemét
- Composed By [Uncredited] – Gene Gemet, Jéan Gemét
- Mastered By [Uncredited] – Jéan Gemét
- Mixed By [Uncredited] – Jéan Gemét
- Performer [Uncredited] – Gene Gemet, Jéan Gemét
- Recorded By [Uncredited] – Faye Ackeret
- Recording Supervisor [Uncredited] – Jéan Gemét
- Transferred By [Uncredited] – Jéan Gemét
NotesProgram appears on Side A only; B side is blank.
None of this information is listed on the release itself, but is referred to on the band's bandcamp page:
Two Lives: © Vertigo; 1988; Skidmark Records.
Live 2-channel stereo recording / video capture: Faye Ackeret.
Individually hand-stamped and inked cassette shell.
Packaged in individually hand-assembled cardboard O-sleeve.