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OFFICIAL LIVE BOOTLEG: JERSEY TOMATO

Echolyn

 

Symphonic Prog

3.60 | 26 ratings

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echolynfan
5 stars This is the first "official-unofficial" live album that echolyn has produced. Only 60 copies (CD-R's) were made - 30 of which went to each of the lucky people who bought a ticket to the show at the Metlar Bodine Museum in Piscataway, NJ (I was one of the lucky 30) This was part of the first year of Jim Robinson's New Jersey Proghouse series of small venue (intimate) concerts.

Recorded, mixed and mastered by Brett Kull himself - the sound quality is breathtaking - considering that it's a live show. mei is played in it's entirety without orchestra for the very first time and the band also brought back original bass players - Jesse Reyes (from debut album) and Tom Hyatt who played with them from the Debut album to Labor Day of 1995 for some cameo performances.

The band plans on releasing "official" live albums next year (2004) as well as a DVD of the Sellersville show from last May (2003)

Chris Laine http://www.echolynfan.com

echolynfan | 5/5 |

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