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Ep#12 2014-07-26 Consider The Source, The Main Pub, Manchester, CT (Set 1)

Episode #12 is set 1 from Consider The Source on July 26, 2014 at The Main Pub Manchester, CT. Featuring Jeff Mann, John Ferrara, and Gabriel Marin

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Cleantone's Collection Episode #12

Consider The Source
July 26, 2014
The Main Pub
Manchester, CT

Set 1:

You Go Squish Now
Closer To Home
Absence of a Prominent Tooth
Past Is Prologue
Prophet For Profit
Tihai For The Straight Guy *
Keep Your Pimp Hand Strong

* with Dick Dale's "Misirlou" & The Beach Boys "God Only Knows"

recorded, mixed, and mastered by Clinton Vadnais

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Ep#09 2012-07-05 Billy Martin and Wil Blades, The Main Pub, Manchester, CT (Set 2)

Episode #9 is set 2 from Billy Martin and Wil Blades playing as an organ duo on July 5th, 2012 at The Main Pub in Manchester, CT. Featuring Billy Martin on drums and percussion and Wil Blades on organ and keyboards.

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Cleantone's Collection Episode #09

Billy Martin & Wil Blades
July 5, 2012
The Main Pub
Manchester, CT

Set 2:

01. Pick Pocket
02. The Manchester Special
03. Mean Greens
04. Sketchy
05. Down By The Riverside
06. Give
07. Little Shimmy

recorded, mixed and mastered by Clinton Vadnais

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Buy Shimmy

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Ep#09

Ep#08 2012-07-05 Billy Martin and Wil Blades, The Main Pub, Manchester, CT (Set 1)

Episode #8 is set 1 from Billy Martin and Wil Blades playing as an organ duo on July 5th, 2012 at The Main Pub in Manchester, CT. Featuring Billy Martin on drums and percussion and Wil Blades on organ and keyboards.

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Cleantone's Collection Episode #08

Billy Martin & Wil Blades
July 5, 2012
The Main Pub
Manchester, CT

Set 1:

01. Mae Mae
02. Les and Eddie
03. Ode To Billy Joe
04. Deep In A Fried Pickle
05. Toe Thumb
06. 32nd St.

recorded, mixed and mastered by Clinton Vadnais

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Ep#08

Ep#07 2014-06-01 The Z3 with Ed Mann, Tyrone Farm, Pomfret, CT (Set 2)

Episode #7 is set 2 from The Z3 (Tribute to Frank Zappa) featuring Ed Mann from June 1st, 2014 in The Chestnut Barn at Tyrone Farm in Pomfret, CT. Featuring Bill Carbone on drums, Beau Sasser on organ, Tim Palmieri on guitar and Ed Mann on MalletKat.

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Cleantone's Collection Episode #07

The Z3
June 1, 2014
Chestnut Barn
Tyrone Farm
Pomfret, CT

Set Two:

Mystery Roach
Willie The Pimp
St.Alphonzo's Pancake Breakfast >
Father O'Blivion
King Kong
Joe's Garage
Big Swifty
Teen-Age Wind
My Guitar Wants To Kill Your Mama >
Pygmy Twylyte
Zomby Woof

recorded, mixed, and mastered by Clinton Vadnais

Beau Sasser - Organ/Vocals
Bill Carbone - Drums/Vocals
Tim Palmieri - Guitar/Vocals
Ed Mann - MalletKat

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Ep#7

Ep#05 2013-06-14 Consider The Source, Acoustic Set, Disc Jam III, Brimfield, MA

Ep#05 is the full set from Consider The Source's late night unannounced acoustic set at the Disc Jam festival in Brimfield, MA on 6/14/13. This show was recorded with a five channel basic multitrack.

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Cleantone's Collection Episode #05

Consider The Source
June 14, 2013
Acoustic Set @ Hidden Stage
Disc Jam III
Brimfield, MA

Saz Turk
Abdiel (John Zorn)
40% Gentleman 60% Scholar
Take Flight
Moisturize The Situation
More Than You'll Never Know
Tihai For The Straight Guy
You Go Squish Now *

* cop shut the PA off (lost guitar feeds)

Consider The Source

Gabriel Marin - guitar
John Ferrara - bass
Jeff Mann - drums

recorded, mixed, and mastered by Clinton Vadnais

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Ep#05



Ep#04 2003-04-29 Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey & The Slip, Harpers Ferry, Allston, MA

Ep#04 is a full show of Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey playing with The Slip at Harpers Ferry in Allston, MA back on 4/29/03. Recorded with a stereo pair of mics onstage and newly mastered.

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Cleantone's Collection Episode #04

Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey with The Slip
April 29, 2003
Harpers Ferry
Allston, MA

recorded, transferred, and mastered (May 2014) by Clinton Vadnais

Slow Breath Silent Mind (Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey)
Fourth Aye (Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey)
Nibbles (Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey)
Three Splattered Eggs (Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey)
Improv "Friends are Fun"
Tonight We Leave Chicago (The Slip)
Improv "Brian & Andrew Duo"
Righteous Tidings (Sean Layton)
All Blues > (Miles Davis)
The Slip # (Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey)
encore:
Solar Siblings > (Brad & Andrew Barr)
Improv "Torqued"
outro

# with Dueling Trios section including Honeymelon, Straight Up, Kid Charlemagne, Great Balls of Fire, My Room, Rhythm-A-Ning, Polly, and Zion teases   

Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey

Jason Smart - drums
Reed Mathis - bass
Brian Haas - rhodes & melodica

The Slip

Andrew Barr - drums
Marc Friedman - bass
Brad Barr - guitar

Night 4 of 4 of an April residency at Harpers Ferry

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Ep#04

Ep#03 2013-12-30 Marco Benevento, Highline Ballroom, New York, NY

Ep#03 is the full set from Marco Benevento at Highline Ballroom in New York City on 12/30/13. The show was multitracked with prefader feeds from each channel of the front of house console.

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Cleantone's Collection Episode #03

Marco Benevento

December 30, 2013 Highline Ballroom New York, NY

The Real Morning Party
Greenpoint
Fireworks
Going West
Heartbeats
If I Get To See You At All
RISD
Limbs of a Pine
Jump Into The Fire (Harry Nillson)
Atari *
Bus Ride
Fearless (Pink Floyd)
Benny and the Jets (Elton John)
Fearless (Pink Floyd)
Bus Ride
Gimmie Some Lovin' (The Spencer Davis Group)
9 to 5 (Dolly Parton)
It Came From You
Such A Night (Dr. John)
At The Show
encore:
Twin Killers * (Deerhoof)

recorded, mixed, and mastered by Clinton Vadnais

Andy Borger - drums
Dave Dreiwitz - bass
Marco Benevento - piano/vocals
Daniel Ramirez - sound
Jay Cooper - visuals
* with Holly Bowling on piano

Check out Marco Benevento and Royal Potato Family

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Ep#03