E.O.T.O. - 12-01-2006

E.O.T.O.

12-01-2006
Ruta Maya
Austin, TX

recording type: AUD
shn: yes; book/page: 4/37
quality rating: A

[show] (178:49)
set 1:
1. improv > (11:49)
2. improv > (10:27)
3. improv > (8:51)
4. improv > (7:45)
5. improv * > (10:21)
6. improv * (11:10)
set 2:
7. improv > (15:56)
8. improv > (9:38)
9. improv > (8:47)
10. improv > (9:48)
11. improv > (9:35)
12. improv > (10:07)
13. improv # (8:08)
14. improv > (12:43)
15. improv (10:50)
16. ...banter... (1:25)
encore:
17. improv > (11:29)
18. improv (10:00)

* with Michael Shea on cello.
# with Michael Shea on guitar.

note: E.O.T.O. stands for "End of Time Observatory".

The Band: Jason Hann - drum kit, sampler, sound design, computer programming Michael Travis - keyboards, guitar, bass, percussion, live mixing

source: AKG 483 (DINa) > Oade ACM Marantz PMD-671
location: DFC @ 8'
transfer: PMD-671 > Soundforge 7.0 (fades, resample, dither) > CDWave (tracking) > flac level 6

Taped and transferred by Lee Hart, leehookem21 at yahoo dot com

from E.O.T.O.'s first myspace blog: Since this is our first blog I should note that many people who have seen the show ask how much of our gig is pre-recorded and pre-produced materiel. Honestly, we're hearing the music for the first time, at the same y'all are. The songs that you hear on this site are also created in the moment. When we play live, the crowd becomes a huge part of creating the music. We feed off the dancing for the moods that we're hitting and it goes from there. The songs come and go in the moment and, unless they're recorded that night, become an offering to the immediate time and space.

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