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viperHouse 07/19/97
Ottawa Jazz Festival, Ottawa, ON
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Source Summary Source: SBD: adat(m) edited and mastered by Michael Chorney and Roger Stauss at Noteworthy Studio, Granville, Vt. July 24, 1997 silver CD > EAC(synchronized) > flac8 
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viperHouse - "Ottawa"
July 19, 1997
Ottawa, Canada
ottawa Jazz Festival

Source:
SBD: adat(m) edited and mastered by Michael Chorney and Roger Stauss at Noteworthy Studio, Granville, Vt. July 24, 1997
silver CD > EAC(synchronized) > flac8

ripped from one of a limited run of 500 discs pressed and sold at viperHouse shows from late 1997 - early 1998 to raise money to replace the equipment stolen before the show. any fileset or version of this show stems from this same source.

01.Dig On It (j.mcgriff)
02.In A Buffalo Bar (m.chorney)
03.Give It Up (viperHouse)
04.If It's Your Planet (m.chorney)
05.Pithycanthropus Erectus (c.mingus)
06.Sunny (b.hebb)
07.You're The One (s.stone)
08.A Call For All Demons (sun ra)

viperHouse:
Michael Chorney - saxophone
Brian Boyes - trumpet
Dan Mallach - trombone
Karen Quinn - violin
Heloise Williams - vocals
Brett Hughes - guitar
Ray Paczkowski - hammond b3, piano
P.J. Davidian - percussion
Phil Carr - drums
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Adam Woogmaster - special teams
Mark Mulqueen - live engineer

Liner Notes:
the story - in july of 1997 we were invited to canada to perform at the ottawa jazz festival. we arrived the evening prior to our concert and were greeted with gracious hospitality, excellent beer, fine food, fig champagne - basically all the ingredients of a memorable stay. the following day, as we prepared to embark toward the festival site, it was discovered that our equipment van had been ransacked, and thieves had made off with several of our instruments. while the festival staff scrambled about, rounding up equipment, we put our heads together and resolved to remain undeterred in our quest for viperosity. what you hear is a board tape, and what it lacks in terms of sonic definition and a good mix is made up by what we feel is the passion, heart and humor that were in evidence that day. we hope you enjoy this document of pure viperosity...
special thanks to: rob, roger stauss,jacques emond, trattoria italia, and the people of ottawa


Show Checksums
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