Cellar Door - The Moonhouse flac album
Title: The Moonhouse
Style: Indie Rock
MP3 album: 1233 mb
FLAC album: 1523 mb
Other formats: MPC MIDI WMA AU FLAC DXD XM
Genre: Rock / Pop
The Cellar Door was a 163-seat music club at 34th and M Street NW in Washington, . from 1965 through 1981. It occupied the location of a former music club called The Shadows. It was one of the premier music spots in Washington and was the genesis as well as a tryout for larger markets. Many artists cut their professional teeth performing at the Cellar Door, while audiences delighted in being within a few feet of the stage at the tiny venue. Many notables in 1960s and 1970s music played there.
The Cellar Door Sessions 1970 is a boxed live album released in 2005. It was recorded over several nights in 1970 at the Washington D. C. nightclub The Cellar Door. Columbia & Legacy – C6K 93614. Miles Davis: electric trumpet with wah-wah.
Richard "Blackhawk" Kapusta, Jaime Cash, Dave Bacholl, Nick Avery-Bucher. town at the hall opening Band Staff Infection starts at 6 we will go on at 715 there will be food and drinks and it will be at sit down concert type venue so.
March 6, 2006 5:00AM ET. The Cellar Door Sessions 1970. A mother lode of mind-expanding live music from 1970, the six-disc Cellar Door Sessions marks the moment just before jazz-rock fusion perverted itself into a marketing ploy. Here is Miles Davis, sonic seeker, sending desolate streaks of wah-wah trumpet into the unmapped ethos. His bursts of not-jazz galvanize a rhythm team that respects the backbeat yet delights in trampling convention - listen closely and you’ll hear blues cliches and James Brown riffs profoundly and purposefully mangled.
|1||Tattooed And In Need Of Help||3:55|
|2||This Open Letter||3:50|
|3||He Is A Living Sign||4:25|
|4||The Repentant Morning||4:35|
|5||All Souls Of The Party||4:00|
|6||Please Don't Talk About Me (When I'm Gone)||4:25|
|9||Everything A Boy Could Want||3:50|
|10||When The Sun Goes Down||4:35|