If you like live shows where the crowd is so small that the clapping sounds like it was conjured by five to ten people maximum, 'Ogre 99: Live in Fort Collins' is for you. This personal and breathtakingly private performance sees Wooden Wand performing at Fort Collins, the tape recorder and audience up close with him far out in the distance. It's folk music, and you're in the thick of it. This recording brings to mind live recordings of sit-down shows by artists such as Tim Hardin and Townes Van Zandt.
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As the sarcastic review from the label guy was so funny and spot-on I decided that I would repeat it in full below. This is a live gig, the fidelity isn't representitive of a studio-wallowing coked-up bunch of shit bricks. Was Ist Das, he say dis:
"carrot-munching hipster bastard from Hebden Bridge releases this shitty recording of a great gig. Some classic songs recorded through a torn arse. Cover art by hipster bastard from Todmorden"
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