LIVE @ OLD SCHOOL STUDIOS with MR JASON – Saturday 28th May 2011
THE RUM LARKERS – If you want to know what the band name means, then it probably helps if you’re from Norfolk in the UK. And even then, it still might not make much sense to you, haha! I enjoyed Penny Le Squire’s acoustic set so much the other week, that I invited them back into the studio, with their full band, and these are the lovely results. I hope you enjoy.
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This set was performed without a safety net, and was mixed & recorded live, direct to 1/4″ stereo analog tape, just as nature intended, by Mr Jason at Old School Studios in Norwich, UK – http://www.oldschoolstudios.co.uk
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