Live In The Old Kingdom

by Viking Moses

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    Double live album, two complete concerts from UK. Jewel case CD.

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about

A brand new live album of two classic UK concerts featuring 20 of your favourite career-spanning ViMo numbers, complete with inappropriate stage banter, shameless corporate plugs, impromptu band assembly, song instruction, and guitar dueling. Over 1 hour and 11 minutes of soulful mayhem candidly captured by master engineering talent and technology.

credits

released June 15, 2010

Personnel:

Tracks 1-9 recorded live at The Luminaire, London, England on 13 October, 2008 by Matt Farrar.

Tracks 10 - 18 recorded live at Pittenweem Town Hall, Pittenweem, Scotland on 10 August, 2006 by Sharon Wirralgirl.

Viking Moses in London was comprised of:
Laura Goetz (organ, singing), Stephen Kent (electric guitar), Brendon Massei (electric guitar, singing), and Sarah Scutt (clarinet).

All Songs written by Brendon Massei
c. & p. Broken Porch Music, ASCAP

except:
"Bikee Summer" written by Spencer Kingman,
"Werewolves In The City" words by John Thill, music by Brendon Massei,
"Ashamed" written by John McCauley III,
"I Will Always Love You" written by Dolly Parton,
"Holland 1945" written by Jeff Mangum.

"Homeless" was written and performed by Paul Simon from the album "Graceland".

Thank you all who are Fence, Domino Recording Co., The Hays, The Crows, Ricky and Rachel, Andy Inglis, "George" Thomas, all those credited herein, and to all you whether dedicated or curious who find your way to the live performances.

Released by The Epiphysis Foundation.

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