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RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from tonyNov 21 2011 - 12:28
I hope one day this mix will become a reality on a DVD.
Sometimes I imagine a dvd of Idaho in the image of Pavement did (Slow Century) with a pair of shows, a documentary of a good hour of archives and official music videos.
Please gods of indie music, hear my wish and if you do not hear it, if only Jeff and Sean (Talitres) hear it, this will suffice.
I know, this request was not very subtle but it had to be said.^^
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from jeffNov 11 2011 - 13:34
I have a 16 track recording of this Knitting Factory show and another from a few months later. Would be great to mix those and marry to the video :):):)):)!!!
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from bartlebyNov 08 2011 - 15:58
second tony's request. nostalgic for the old sound, somehow...
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from tonyNov 07 2011 - 16:06
any chance to see this show in complete version in the future?
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from JeffMay 06 2011 - 01:07
I'll send an email to the list in the next few days. I'll post here right afterwards.
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from RoundhillMay 04 2011 - 21:18
I watch these videos frequently and hoot and clap involuntarily at the end of each.
Jeff, I am writing to say that I wake up with night terrors wherein I imagined that Idaho played a gig and I didn't know about it. Freaks me out. Recurring situation. I got on the mail list a good while back, but can't be sure I really am on. Can you shoot out a note to that list, maybe giving notice to the new release for June? Thanks.
Oh yea, and also schedule some shows; LA would be great.
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from AveryApr 27 2011 - 23:16
Will do. I'm in LA right now but flying home tomorrow! I think I can pull it off my hard drive at home. Let's see....
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from jeffApr 24 2011 - 22:35
send it me at email@example.com :)
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from AveryApr 16 2011 - 22:44
Pickguard project complete. came out really well. put in a SD JB double coil on the bridge. Sold the Vox VT30. Still trying to find a Marshall Haze40!! Still love watching those knitting factory videos! Can I post a pic of the strat here or somewhere to show you?
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from AveryFeb 12 2011 - 23:11
Got it. I actually took the pick guard off my strat today. I need to replace the single coil bridge pick up. I'm a lefty so I'm hoping to carefully cut out the proper size (on the pick guard) for the double coil. I'm thinking Duncan Semour JB.. How did you tune the tenor guitars for the three Knitting Factory songs? I have a green screamer OD pedal. I'm looking at the Marshall Haze 40 amp. I'm hoping that will give me similar feedback. I'm interested in some sounds that would be a cross between Idaho and His Name is Alive (the Livonia album). For newer stuff, Tamaryn has a cool sound and so does that new album from Film School. I'm all over the place. I have a Vox VT30 now that I like to use to play alongside a couple Les Savy Fav tunes (Sleepless in Silverlake is fun).
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from jeffFeb 12 2011 - 14:08
Dan relied heavily on the volume pedal to control the feedback. I would advise against using any sort of reverb unless it's on old Fender with spring reverb :)
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from AveryFeb 10 2011 - 23:22
The sound is so cool. I am finding the key ingredients include a valve amp, a duel coil pick-up at the bridge, some delay, some reverb and your pedals noted above. I'm thinking he had a volume pedal too. The tenor tuning of your play along with Dan was an incredible parallel! All four of you just meshed.
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from JeffFeb 07 2011 - 18:37
If I remember correctly he used a fulltone full-drive and RAT distortion pedals
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from AveryFeb 05 2011 - 12:49
* guitarist.... sorry.
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from AveryFeb 05 2011 - 12:47
I watch these all the time and love the guitar playing. Please forgive me for not being as knowledged, but who is the other guitarest (blonde guy)? I've been trying to learn what effects he was using during that show. Jeff, can you tell me? Duel overdrive? Dying to know.
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from Geoff (with a "G")May 15 2008 - 17:42
sublime! Thanks so much 8¬)
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from TripleDOct 22 2007 - 19:14
Wow and wow! Thank you for posting these links as I've always wondered what these four string guitars looked like and if the bass was actually four string as well.
Amazing to watch Idaho live. Thank you again.
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from jeffSep 29 2007 - 13:04
that was the 3 sheets to the wind line up....terry borden on bass, mark lewis on drums, dan seta on guitar. we all look so young and innocent...
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from canuckSep 28 2007 - 16:24
Oh how I wish I had a teleporter/time machine...
Thanks for this.
Who was accompanying you on bass/drums/lead guitar that night Jeff?
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from susan331Sep 19 2007 - 22:58
'Stare at the Sky'-- godDAMN I love that song!
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from Mike MyersSep 14 2007 - 12:33
All 3 performances were great. I love 'stare' dearly
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from az galSep 11 2007 - 13:40
Oh look more video! glad I stopped by!
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from psSep 09 2007 - 14:26
great stuff. i was wondering when some idaho would crop up on you tube. more!
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from marcSep 06 2007 - 13:41
They're very good, especially Skyscrape. Thanks.
RE: 1996 knitting factory video | from jeffSep 06 2007 - 10:33
follow these links to youtube.....thanis to julian rad for this!!!
Stare at the Sky: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyUJ1aPTQ_g
Get you Back: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ju8hMzatlV0