The Subterraneans | Live At the Townie

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Live At the Townie

by The Subterraneans

The best 8 tracks from over 20 nights recorded at The Town Hall Hotel (The Townie), Newtown, Sydney. Featuring some of the finest playing ever recorded of James Ryan, James Muller, Ben Hauptmann, James Hauptmann, Steve Hunter and Rai Thistlethayte!
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Rock
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1. Constant Change (Live)
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3:37 album only
2. Happiness (Live)
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5:30 $2.00
3. The Journey (Live)
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6:44 $2.00
4. So to Speak (Live)
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11:09 $2.00
5. The Subterraneans (Live)
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5:20 $2.00
6. Three Monkeys (Live)
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5:33 $2.00
7. Together We Stand (Live
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6:30 $2.00
8. Astrid and Percy (Live)
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2:43 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Information on The Subterraneans previous CD

In 2011 The Subterraneans debut self titled release won the Australian Jazz Bell Award for best Jazz Blend album. As well as continuing to hold bi monthly residencies at The Town Hall Hotel, Newtown the group now regularly performs at The Macquarie Hotel and headlines at The Basement, Sydney.

‘Wicked funk, pile-driving rock or loping reggae underpin their lucid or sinuous melodies’
- John Shand, Sydney Morning Herald

‘The Subterraneans will almost certainly demand a re-think of how many people considered the music once called ‘fusion’.’
- Peter Wockner, Limelight Sep 2010

The band is one of Sydney’s strongest live acts, and this brilliant studio debut catches all that excitement, and delivers it with a mighty sonic punch.’
- John Shand SMH June 2010

‘Effects from Bob Marley, Led Zeppelin and others are utilised inventively but the album is no mere exercise in sampling: it’s a highly original collection amalgamating rock influences into contemporary jazz expression.’
- John McBeath The Australian


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