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NPR Live webrip.

I left it pretty quiet because I didn't want too much clipping. You might have to turn up those speakers!

Setlist:

1. Nibelungen
2. Red Sea, Black Sea
3. Mountain Laurel
4. Leviathan, Bound
5. Rooks
6. White Waves
7. La Dame Et La Licorne
8. Seventy-Four, Seventy-Five
9. I Was A Cloud
10. Century Eyes
11. Hail, Mary
12. Lost Boys
13. The Snow Leopard


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i edited some stuff to the first post.

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just added two shearwater songs performed by will sheff

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I added daylight's and my version of the NPR Stream to the first post. Enjoy!

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http://minnesota.publicradio.org/displa ... hearwater/

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la1itree wrote:
http://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2008/06/25/shearwater/


anyone got a clue how to save this? :?:

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I know Shearwater and Okkervil River are sleeping in separate rooms these days, but I couldn't resist a link to "Lost Coastlines" from OR's The Stand-Ins. A damn fine song in its own right, and also enjoyable as an example of how these two voices have developed and diverged to arrive at full strength and maturity. Jonathan's doing something vocally quite different from his Shearwater sound -- it seems to involve listening to Morrissey and undoing a few buttons -- that kind of makes me wish the two bands hadn't officially parted ways.

http://musicforants.com/blog/?p=686

Bonus: Spot the amusingly clumsy photoshoppery on the accompanying OR promo shot.


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Jonathan's doing something vocally quite different from his Shearwater sound


When I first listened to it last week, I was literally stopped in my tracks by JM's first verse. It's quite striking.

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-- it seems to involve listening to Morrissey and undoing a few buttons --


Thank you, Felicity. :lol:

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KEXP Session

01. Rooks
02. Leviathan, Bound
03. I Was A Cloud
04. North Col

MPR Session

01. Rooks
02. Leviathan, Bound
03. North Col

Songs only.


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Thanks again! Wow, that arrangement of Rooks is stunning (even more so than usual)! You'd think the band was well-rested or something :wink:

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felicitywormwood wrote:
I know Shearwater and Okkervil River are sleeping in separate rooms these days, but I couldn't resist a link to "Lost Coastlines" from OR's The Stand-Ins. A damn fine song in its own right, and also enjoyable as an example of how these two voices have developed and diverged to arrive at full strength and maturity. Jonathan's doing something vocally quite different from his Shearwater sound -- it seems to involve listening to Morrissey and undoing a few buttons -- that kind of makes me wish the two bands hadn't officially parted ways.


I just got around to listening to this, and wow. Fantastic.

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There is a new Shearwater Show on dimeadozrn here:

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-deta ... ?id=212183

The Echo
Los Angeles, Ca
August 27, 2008

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Another new show on Dime!

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-deta ... ?id=213362

Shearwater
8.31.2008
The Hi-Dive, Denver, CO

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Rook Live from Florence Gould.


23 Sep 2008 16:26
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Just seen this thread and was wondering whether Shearwater have ever indicated whether they are o.k. with people taping the shows? I know lots of bands are o.k. and lots of bands discourage it. As i'll probably catch one of the UK shows and could tape it would be nice to know.


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