Echolyn Live: Metlar Bodine House (All sales in December will benefit Jim Robinson and his family)

Echolyn Live: Metlar Bodine House

from the band:
For the month of December, 2018 we want to sell a live show we played way back in September of 2002. It was a special night due to three things: Jim’s involvement, two of our bass players were in the neighborhood (Tom Hyatt and Jesse Reyes), and we had the means to record the evening. The gig was a real foot-stomper, with a relaxed vibe, laughs, and much musical intensity. How often to you get to play in a house declared a museum? The room is part of the recording!

We originally released only 50 or 100 copies (we can’t remember) of this album to those that attended. The show has remained “off the shelves” since the fall of 2002. We want to officially make it available for the first time and see if we can generate some cash for Jim. All the sales we generate in December will be given to Jim Robinson and his family. December is a tough month for many reasons; perhaps we can share some goodness for our friend and warm his heart, as he has warmed ours.

The show was recorded on 16-tracks and represents close to 2-hours of live music. We had also just released our album Mei earlier that year, so you’ll get to hear a great “live in an old house” version with Ray, Chris, Paul, and Brett blasting the song out in its entirety. A rare excerpt from A Suite for the Everyman, an acoustic version of Suffocating the bloom, Carpe Diem with Jesse on bass, as well as an even rarer “band version” of Never the Same all add diverse reasons to include this live performance in your music collection.

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The show is $15 (or more, if you choose) for two hours of live music in a very intimate setting. Pull up a chair and be part of a night from long ago – as we thank Jim Robinson now for making it happen then. {Please also consider “sharing” this post to help us further spread the power of giving for Jim and his family!}