Swearin' - Live @ Old School Studios

Premiere DateJan 21, 2012
Categories Media Music
00:00 Themetune
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00:43 Mr Jason talking
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01:43 Here To Here Swearin' - Live @ Old School Studios
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04:26 Fat Chance Swearin' - Live @ Old School Studios
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06:59 Snag Swearin' - Live @ Old School Studios
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09:21 Kenosha Swearin' - Live @ Old School Studios
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13:00 Shrinking Violet Swearin' - Live @ Old School Studios
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15:32 Subterranean Swearin' - Live @ Old School Studios
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18:40 Irrational Swearin' - Live @ Old School Studios
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21:14 Just Swearin' - Live @ Old School Studios
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23:54 Crashing Swearin' - Live @ Old School Studios
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26:16 What A Dump Swearin' - Live @ Old School Studios
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28:05 Mr Jason talking
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31:11 Vital Energy Phantom Family Halo
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36:05 Themetune
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37:37 Finish
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LIVE @ OLD SCHOOL STUDIOS with MR JASON – Saturday 21st January 2012

SWEARIN’ – I was at The Gutter (not lying in it..) in Brooklyn, to see a friend’s band called Parquet Courts. I had no idea who any of the other bands were going to be, and didn’t recognise any of the band names. But, I hung around anyway. I ended up being blown away by the opening act, and was even more excited when they did a cover of a That Dog song. Soooo, I went up to them straight after their set, booked them for a session, and the rest is history!
Hey, Whaddaya Say, Let’s Radio!

BAND MEMBERS
Allison guitar & vocals
Kyle guitar and vocals
Keith bass
Jeff drums

SWEARIN’ gigs
21st Jan 2012 ABC No Rio New York, NY
27th Jan 2012 The Marvelous Philadelphia, PA
28th Jan 2012 Rehab House New Brunswick, NJ
29th Jan 2012 Hanks Saloon Brooklyn, NY
5th Feb 2012 Big Snow Buffalo Lodge Brooklyn, NY
23rd Feb 2012 The Acheron Brooklyn, NY

Website
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Swearin/250793881642442

This set was performed without a safety net, and recorded live to analogue tape by Mr Jason @ Ichicuts. Thanks to Gordon & Erik for all their help.
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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