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Record label/imprint primarily for the work of Australian musicians Dave Graney and Clare Moore. Along with their bands , Dave Graney and the mistLY and the DAMES.

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Bad Eggs -  Tony Martin - 2003
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Wednesday, 7 October 2015

"play mistLY for me" - digital only release by dave graney and the mistLY




Available at itunes

"play mistLY for me" is a collection of live recordings from shows over the last few years. Shows in Adelaide, Newcastle, Katoomba and Melbourne. Featuring different instrumentation and approaches to songs. Recorded on a hard disc recorder sitting in the rooms where we played. No direct feeds from a desk or mics on any instruments, just a stereo track from somewhere in the ROOM. No overdubs attempted. It’s all here just as it happened.

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released February 23, 2015

14 tracks

ALL feature dave graney on electric or acoustic guitar, clare moore on drums, percussion or keys and vocals and Stu thomas on bass and baritone guitar and vocals.

1-8 , 10 and 13 w/ stuart perera on electric guitar
5-8 and 13 w/ mark Fitzgibbon on acoustic piano
9,11 and 12 graney, moore and thomas trio only

MASTERED IN MELBOURNE BY GREG WADLEY 
 
 
Track Listing
you wanna be there but you don’t wanna travel 4:15
This song was first recorded in 1990 on “lure of the tropics” – a live performance cd- and then in the studio for the album of the same name released in 1994. We were playing this in a different instrumental style on this 2014 tour. No drums, just guitars and keys. The lyric strongly relates to “everything was legendary with Robert” which we were playing on the same dates.
I will have always been here before 6:04
This segues from “you wanna be there…” but we took this song from a later date in the tour. There were some loud audience members talking on the Adelaide version. Song originally recorded for HASHISH and LIQUR in 2005. I played bass and guitar on e original. Lyric inspired by a Roky Erikson song, “I have been here before”. Also by a friend of my nephew who once shushed me by holding up his hand ( with back to me) and saying “cease-mortal!”
you wanna be loved – 4:32
More of an electric guitar work out from a show in Adelaide in 2013. Stuart Pereras lyrical playing is quite amazing here, as is the power of Clare Moore and Stu Thomas on the drums and bass. A song originally from the album “you wanna be there but you don’t wanna travel, released in 1994.
the stars, baby the stars 5:47
Details as above. Played in this sequence at the show. Song also originally appeared on the 1994 album, “you wanna be there but you don’t wanna travel”.
we don’t belong to anybody 4:58
A song recorded for “rock’n’roll is where I hide”, an album of re-recorded 90s songs we did for Liberation in 2011. This was the only “new” song on that disc. Here it is played in the Council Chambers at Sth Melbourne Town Hall. Featuring the mistLY with the addition of Mark Fitzgibbon on acoustic piano. Again, nothing really mic’d up and played at a very low volume level. The song was intended as a “story of the band” type tune to play at show. “Hi-this is who we are”
are we goin too fast for love? 4:04
From the Sth Melbourne Town Hall shows. We did four nights there in early 2011. Song originally recorded for “heroic Blues” in 2001.
I’m not afraid to be heavy 4:09
From Sth Melbourne Town Hall. Originally recorded for “the soft and sexy sound” album of 1995.
midnight to dawn 3:57
From the Sth Melbourne Town Hall shows. We did four nights- one night there was only 5 people in attendance. One of the best nights,of course. Originally recorded for “the brother who lived” in 2003.
mt gambier night 5:10
From a trio show at the Hotel Gearin in Katoomba December 2014.
Dave Graney on guitar, Clare Moore on drums and Stu Thomas on baritone guitar. Song originally appeared on “you’ve been in my mind” from 2012.
twixt this world and the next 4:11
From the Wheatsheaf Hotel in Adelaide 2013. Electric band recording. The full mistLY on board. Graney, Moore, Perera and Thomas. Song originally released in 1998 on “the Dave Graney Show” cd for Festival. On that album it was all instruments by Graney and Moore. Here the song is blown up full and funky by Stu Thomas’s bass and Pereras guitar.
twilight of a villain 5:04
From a trio show at the Hotel Gearin in Katoomba December 2014.
Dave Graney on guitar, Clare Moore on keys and Stu Thomas on baritone guitar. Song originally appeared on “the brother who lived” from 2003.
Apollo 69 4:52 n
Recorded at the Royal Exchange in Newcastle December 2014.
Dave Graney on guitar, Clare Moore on drums and Stu Thomas on baritone guitar. Song originally released on “the soft’n’sexy sound” in 1995.
field record me 5:59
From the Sth Melbourne Town Hall shows. Graney, Moore, Perera and Thomas with Mark Fitzgibbon on piano. Song originally appeared on “you’ve been in my mind” in 2012.
the brother who lived 5:35
From the Hotel Gearin in Katoomba December 2014.
Dave Graney on guitar, Clare Moore on keys and Stu Thomas on baritone guitar. Song originally appeared on “the brother who lived” from 2003.  


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