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Cotton Mather – "KFJC Live Mic At SXSW – 1994" – [KFJC Live Mic]

Devlyn   12/1/2019   A Library, CD

In 1994 KFJC recorded and engineered performances at the South by South West Music Fest in Austin Texas, and broadcast those recordings live on KFJC airwaves and on 50 other radio stations that picked up the feed. Following is a Best of: KFJC Special featuring sets pulled from that live broadcast. Recorded at @ Liberty Lunch in Austin Texas as part of the SXSW Fest. This edit was originally aired as a Mayhem special on 5/14/94 hosted by DJ  Earl Grey       

  • Track 1 – Cotton Mather

A KFJC live mic recorded on 3/19/1994 @ Liberty Lunch in Austin TX as part of the SXSW Fest

Length: 39 Mins

Genre: Roots Rock

DJ: Earl Grey

Starting with the song “The Words Of Shaman Roger” from their brand new album “Cotton Is King” American indie rock band Cotton Mather founded by Robert Harrison (guitar and vocals) headquartered in Austin TX  featuring Whit Williams (guitar and vocals), Matt Hovis (bass), Greg Thibeaux (drums), George Reiff (bass), Dana Myzer (drums) and Josh Gravelin (bass). Their first album was released in 1990 and as of 2019 the band is still cranking out albums.

  • Track 2 – A readout of the entire KFJC cast that helped record the SXSW Fest in 1994. (I am sure some of the name spelling is off. Check the audio version of this file for full list.)

Radio Devil Network: Mark Vandercook, Amacke Bullwinkle, Eric Weaver, Russ Kent, Jennifer Bailey, Mike Salvage, Mark Herbert, Greg Huitric, Mike Rosenberg

KFJC: Brian Potter, Leader Steve Tacklet  Doc Petzel, Katherine Ortiz, Grant Walden, Dave Richoux, Bill Gordon, Al Grantwaldren

Digitized on 9/2019 from an archival VHS tape by Devlyn.

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