Live from First Avenue, Minneapolis

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Live from First Avenue, Minneapolis
Mallman live from first ave minneapolis.jpg
Live album by
ReleasedSeptember 23, 2003
RecordedNovember 9, 2001-April 19, 2003
GenreSinger-Songwriter
Length47:33
LabelSusstones
Mark Mallman chronology
Who's Gonna Save You Now?
(2003)
Live from First Avenue, Minneapolis
(2003)
Mr. Serious
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic3/5 stars[1]

Live from First Avenue, Minneapolis was released by Mark Mallman in 2003. Fifth album from Mallman. It was released on September 23, 2003 on Susstones and re-released on Jackpine Social Club on February 28, 2006.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Cannibalive"
  2. "Who's Gonna Save You Now?"
  3. "Natural Blues"
  4. "Hook Hand"
  5. "Butcher's Ballad"
  6. "Goodnight Goodbye"
  7. "Life Between Heartbeats"
  8. "Baby Takes It Slow"
  9. "Love Look at You"
  10. "We Only Have Each Other in the Night"
  11. "Mother Made Me Do It"
  12. "The Dead Bedroom" (Closing Theme)

Enhanced CD bonuses[edit]

Also included on the CD are bonuses accessible through a computer's CD-ROM drive:

  • "Cinnamon Girl" mp3 (bonus live recording)
  • Live video of "Butcher's Ballad"

Personnel[edit]

  • Ryan Smith/Jacques Wait — guitars
  • Kathie Hixon — bass
  • Peter Anderson — drums
  • Eric Kassel — synthesizer
  • Mark Wade — upright bass
Extra personnel
  • Lila Mallman — Guest vocals on "Mother Made Me Do It"
  • Missy Heitz — vocals on "Dead Bedroom"
  • Christopher McGuire — extra percussion on "Butcher's Ballad"
Production
  • Lee Marcucci/Ron Anderson/Tom Cesario/Myles Kennedy — Live engineers
  • Dan Witt/Scot Tuma/Dan Boen/Eric Furlong — tracking
  • Ed Ackerson — mixing
  • Brad Cassetto — mastering

Recording Information[edit]

This Recording was made in the First Avenue Mainroom (4/19/2003) and 7th Street Entry (11/22/2002) - with the exception of "Butcher's Ballad" recorded in the Mainroom (11/9/2001). "Dead Bedroom" is the exit music, which was prerecorded.

This Album is dedicated to "The Bullet".

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rivadavia, Eduardo. "Mark Mallman – Live from First Avenue, Minneapolis". AllMusic.

Live from First Avenue, Minneapolis (CD Booklet). Mark Mallman. Susstones. 2003. IMCD 1204.CS1 maint: others (link)