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Live Eleven 1
  • Artist: Pub Records
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 881131000325
  • Item #: 133156X
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 6/7/2005
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Live Eleven 1 on CD

Pub Records debut CD 'live@eleven vol.1' features members of Club d'elf, John Brown's Body, The Slip, State Radio and Fully Celebrated Orchestra alongside stand out performances from Geoff Scott, Toussaint, Dj's Axel Foley and Mr Rourke to name but a few. Recorded live exclusively at Matt Murphy's Pub, Brookline, MA in 2004/05 it ranges from Drum'n'Bass to Free Jazz,Reggae and some straight ahead Rock 'n' Roll.It is a perfect introduction to what goes on down the pub on any given night. 'a year's worth of live reggae, jazz, funk and rock distilled into 15 tracks of frenzied, ass-shaking madness' Paul McMorrow-Weekly Dig 'a thrilling document of the pub's fast-emerging live scene' Jonathan Perry, Boston Globe 'without a doubt, this record is OWNED by Boston reggae savior Toussaint' Paul McMorrow-Weekly Dig 'the jazz-funk_rock instrumental tracks are among the best on the album' Scott Sutherland Boston Globe. 'If you didn't know that the roof gets blown off 14 Harvard Street in Brookline every night, well, now you do.' Paul McMorrow-Weekly Dig 'it captures the good-times vibe that comes with seeing a band play practically in your lap.' Ted Drozdowski Phoenix 'Public House-a rotating ensemble of players who share a thirst for sonic high-wire adventure' Jonathan Perry, Boston Globe.