Is anybody still taping Califone?

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Is anybody still taping Califone?

Unread postby BandyLou » Wed Feb 02, 2011 9:46 pm

last show on the fantastic new Owl & Bear archive is from Nov 2008! Is anyone out there still taping?
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Re: Is anybody still taping Califone?

Unread postby hanwaker » Fri Mar 04, 2011 11:53 am

if they would come to europe i would go and tape them as they don't i can't but there are some streams on the net from radio appearances... among them KEXP seattle
furthermore this was on dime


February 12th, 2010
Victoria, BC
Royal Theatre

Tim Rutili - vocals, guitar, keyboards
Jim Becker - banjo, guitar, vocals
Joe Adamik - drums
Ben Massarella - percussion

GE 3-5350A Cassette Recorder > Tascam 424 (playback) > Cool Edit Pro 2.0 > CD Wave (to split + encode to Flac level 8)

01. intro
02. Salt
03. The Orchids
04. Funeral Singers
05. Giving Away the Bride
06. Ape-Like
07. Polish Girls
08. Buñuel
09. Alice Marble Gray
10. Horoscopic.Amputation.Honey

This was an opening set for Wilco. I taped it using a lousy 80s walkman that records in mono, and just left it
sitting on the floor in the 2nd row, so it's a wonder that it's listenable at all - however, I don't see many
Califone recordings anywhere, and their opening sets on this tour were really good. So, enjoy!

Focuses pretty heavily on 'Funeral Singers' material, with some pretty amusing stage banter.

Recorded by Chris Lawrence.


February 20, 2010
Overture Center - Madison, WI

AT831 > h120 > Audacity (EQ & splits) > flac 6 (TLH)
Taper: Jon Hull


01. Our Kitten Sees Ghosts
02. Salt
03. Funeral Singers
04. Giving Away the Bride
05. Buñuel

Opened for Wilco.

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