Thursday, September 23, 2010
STILL LIGHT - rare live track 'Latitudes' - STILL LIGHT will play live on SAT. Sept. 25 at Denver's Walnut Room
Here's another rare gem for you: an excellent psych folk track by STILL LIGHT, originally only featured as a free download track in the STILL LIGHT Electronic Newsletter # 1.
STILL LIGHT: Latitudes (live March 14 2010)
(mp3-zip, 1 track, 7'10 min, 16,2 MB)
Recorded live straight to minidisc at a "secret" show, billed as the bogus alter-ego "The Bells of St. Clarence". This was the first official Still Light live outing in the intimate atmosphere of Denver's Gypsy House Cafe as part of Symbolic Insight's monthly "textures" showcase.
Music written/improvised by Still Light, at this recorded instance comprised of:
- Grayson Scherer: percussion - Mark Pruisner: bass guitar, theremin - Ammon Swinbank: flute, chord organ - Jessica Dye: guitar, percussion - Kirill Nikolai: electric guitar, harmonium
Order the limited edition 180g vinyl of Still Light's "Lything" from the tonefloat shop here: http://www.crazy-diamond.nl/tonefloat/html/store.htm
Catch another special intimate live performance this Saturday, Sept. 25th at Denver's The Walnut Room with new music and visuals from Still Light, also with performances by Frieda Stalheim, The Widow's Bane, & Voladores.
Then Oct. 27th, Beta-lactam Ring Records presents Music For Personality Disorder featuring Expo' 70 with Orbit Service and Still Light at The Walnut Room.
Symbolic Insight & Textures