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Mermen at Slim's, Jan. 5, 2002

This is a posting referencing Archive.Org's Live Music Archive, the LlaMA.  This one is a Mermen show that was recorded in their hometown with some extremely high-quality condenser mics placed on-stage.  The Mermen are a psychedelic surf trio from San Francisco.  This group is the brainchild of one Jim Thomas, a guitar genius.  If you would like to preview this, please follow this link.  It's in the same tradition as Dick Dale, but then goes off the rails from there.  The Mermen

Mermen

(Official Web site)
Date: January 5, 200
Venue: Slim's
Location: San Francisco, CA

Source: (on-stage) B&K 4011
Lineage: Tascam DA-20mkII (playback) > AudioMagic Presto II coax > SEK'D Prodif Plus > CDWav (record) > Samplitude 2496 (48k > 44.1k @ Ultra High) > CDWav (tracks) > mkwACT > SHN
Taped by: Steve Gilbert
Transferred by: Steve Gilbert

Curve
Ocean Beach
Casbah
To Be Naked and French Is Always Hard
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Here Kitty Kitty
Silly Elephant Who Stomped to Tea
Be My Noir -->
TR-6 -->
Crash -->
Jack the Ripper
Within You Without You * -->
Burn * -->
Unto the Resplendent *
Jungle Rot *
Emmylou Rides Clarence West and Then South
The Goodbye
Soul Surfin'
Splashing with the Mermaid
White Trash Raga * -->
The Whales *

E1: Blue Xoam
Lonely Playboy
Dragonfly

E2: With No Definite Future...
Scalp Salad

 

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