Heart Of A Dog - Live @ Old School Studios

Premiere DateOct 6, 2012
Categories Media Music
00:00    Themetune
00:42    Mr Jason talking
01:40    Fever Heart Of A Dog - Live @ Old School Studios
06:02    Build A Million Awkward Nights Heart Of A Dog - Live @ Old School Studios
10:24    Mining Heart Of A Dog - Live @ Old School Studios
14:04    Tirphil Heart Of A Dog - Live @ Old School Studios
17:06    Undone Heart Of A Dog - Live @ Old School Studios
20:17    Hits From The Shows Heart Of A Dog - Live @ Old School Studios
24:42    Fall Guy Heart Of A Dog - Live @ Old School Studios
26:24    Berlin Heart Of A Dog - Live @ Old School Studios
29:09    Awake & Carry On Heart Of A Dog - Live @ Old School Studios
32:27    Horse Heart Of A Dog - Live @ Old School Studios
38:09    Time Heart Of A Dog - Live @ Old School Studios
42:05    Mr Jason talking
44:41    Themetune
46:04    Finish

LIVE @ OLD SCHOOL STUDIOS with MR JASON – Saturday 6th Oct 2012

HEART OF A DOG – It’s a welcome return visit from Norwich’s Heart Of A Dog this week. They return with some new songs, and we hope you have a relaxing time listening to their session. It was of course recorded to analogue tape, the way God would’ve intended, if she’d still be alive (R.I.P). So, put on your blue suede slippers, and settle down in your favourite armchair in preparation. Oh, by the way, their song “Fall Guy” isn’t a cover of the Lee Majors TV themetune, unfortunately. Still, give ’em a chance, eh?
Hey, Whaddaya Say, Let’s Radio!

BAND MEMBERS
Sam acoustic guitar & vocals
Jon drums, uke & vocals
Iain electric guitar & keyboard
Owen upright bass & electric bass

HEART OF A DOG gigs
13th Oct 2012 at The Bicycle Shop Norwich, UK

WEBSITE
http://heartofadog.bandcamp.com/

This set was performed without a safety net, recorded to analog tape, just as nature intended, by Mr Jason & his glamorous assistant Conor Etteridge, at Old School Studios in Norwich, UK – http://www.oldschoolstudios.co.uk

HOST Mr Jason
When he was seven, Jason started writing songs -- mostly silly stuff, which went hand in hand with the hilarious (in their minds) radio shows that he and his older sister would record on their dad's dictaphone.…

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