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NUMBER TWO LIVE

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Paul Wertico

Label: Rat Howl Ricords
Released: 2013
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Track Listing

The Ditch At The Side Of The Tracks; Painful and Shocking (As the Details Often Are); Clevinger Did Forget, And Now He's Dead; Neutral Categories of Error; The Burning At Ashtabula Bridge; March of the Hypocrites; Pork Went Up; Took a Drive - Hit a Ghost; As a Young Girl; Flopped Into a Puddle Three Feet Deep; Here We Divide the Plunder

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Paul Wertico: acoustic & electric drums and percussion, weird noises & feedback, electric & toy keyboards, microphone gooseneck flute; Jeff Czech: acoustic & electric bass, guitar, vocals, bugle, crow call, percussion; Gordon James: analogue & digital synthesizers, acoustic piano, melodica, percussion

Album Description

The endlessly creative avant-weird trio's 2nd recording, featuring live in concert performances captured direct to two-track, with no overdubs or added effects…you won't believe your ears!


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