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American Music Club - The San Francisco Collection flac album

American Music Club - The San Francisco Collection flac album
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The San Francisco Collection
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1367 mb
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4.2 ✪

Producer – American Music Club, Joe Chiccarelli. Recorded By – Tracy Chisholm. Recorded at: - Studio D, Sausalito, CA (Assistant engineer: Larry Brewer) - Mobius Music, San Francisco, CA (Assistant engineer: Christian Jones) - Hyde St. Studios, San Francisco, CA (Assistant engineer: Ross Yeo). Mixed at: - The Plant, Sausalito, CA (Assistant engineer: Nick Benz) - Skip Saylor Recording, Hollywood, CA (Assistant engineer: Eric Flickinger) - Master Control, Burbank, CA (Assistant engineer: Jeff Robinson) - Encore Studios, Burbank, CA (Assistant engineer: David Betancourt) - A&M Studios, Hollywood, CA (Assistant engineer: Randy Wine).

American Music Club was an American, San Francisco-based indie rock band, led by singer-songwriter Mark Eitzel. Formed in 1983, the band released seven albums before splitting up in 1995. They reformed in 2003 and released two further albums. Although born in California, Eitzel spent his formative years in Okinawa (Japan), Taiwan, Southampton (the United Kingdom) and Ohio (United States) before returning to the Bay Area in 1981.

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1983 in San Francisco, CA. Genre. Alternative Pop/Rock Alternative Singer/Songwriter Alternative/Indie Rock Indie Rock Sadcore Adult Alternative Pop/Rock Slowcore. Mark Eitzel Vudi Brad Johnson Bruce Kaphan Dan Pearson Matt Norelli Tim Mooney. Biography by Jason Ankeny. Undervalued but critically acclaimed American group with brilliant, often downbeat melodies, and clever lyrics. Overview . Biography . Discography .

American Music Club is a San Francisco-based band led by singer-songwriter Mark Eitzel. Similar Bands: Sun Kil Moon, Red House Painters, Low, Vic Chesnutt, Giant Sand. LPs. The Golden Age 2008. Rate It Awful Very Poor Poor Average Good Great Excellent Superb Classic.

The San Francisco live music and concerts scene is one of the best in the country. If you love shows, then SF is a great place to catch a show. Here you will find a combined list of some of the top options each month. The list includes the calendars for some of the biggest venues including the Masonic, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, The Fillmore, Warfield and Slims. You will also find SF concert listings for the Great American Music Hall, The Independent and a few tops shows at other venues throughout the city.

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Tracklist

1 Wish The World Away (Original Band Demo)
2 The President's Test For Physical Fitness
3 Cape Canaveral

Notes

This box contains the first CD single in American Music Club's "San Francisco" collection. The previously unavailable tracks featured are "Wish The World Away (Original Band Demo)", "Cape Canaveral" and "The President's Test For Physical Fitness". This box also includes space for the second CD in the series (VSCDT 1512) which is already available and features more previously unreleased recordings. You can also incorporate American Music Club's next two singles and the forthcoming "San Francisco" album in this box.