SON VOLT - Okemah And The Melody Of Riot CD/DVD
01. BANDAGES & SCARS
02. AFTERGLOW 61
03. JET PILOT
07. ENDLESS WAR
09. 6 STRING BELIEF
11. CHAOS STREAMS
12. WORLD WAITS FOR YOU
13. WORLD WAITS FOR YOU (REPRISE)
Entire album in enhanced stereo
"Break Through the Lens" Documentary featuring recording studio footage, a new interview with Jay Farrar and live versions of "Afterglow 61," "Atmosphere, "Medication" and the non-album track "Joe Citizen Blues"
Produced by Jay Farrar
Recorded and Mixed by John Agnello
JAY FARRAR - vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica
DAVE BRYSON - drums
ANDREW DUPLANTIS- bass, backing vocal
BRAD RICE - guitar
ERIC HEYWOOD - pedal steel on "World Waits for You"
JOHN HORTON - electric slide on "World Waits for You"
MARK SPENCER - slide guitar and slide dulcimer on "Medication," backing vocal on "Who," organ on "Gramophone"
Recorded in St. Louis, October 12-26, 2004
Mixed at Headgear Recording Studio, Brooklyn, NY, December 12-23, 2004
With engineering assistance by Scott Norton
Mastered by Greg Calbi with Digital Editing by Steve Fallone at Sterling Sound, New York, NY
All songs by Jay Farrar ©2005 Grain Elevator Songs (BMI) / Administered by Bug Music
"Break Through the Lens" Documentary
Produced and edited by Wyatt Smith
Interview by Jay Sweet
Still photography by Mark Ray and Bob Reuter
Graphics by Post Hell Inc.
Audio: "6 String Belief," "Atmosphere" and "Gramophone" Mastered by Woody Pornipitaksuk
"Afterglow 61" and "Joe Citizen Blues" recorded by Scott Norton at Tower Theater in Philadelphia, PA on May 21, 2005
Mixed by John Agnello at Water Music in Hoboken, NJ on May 22, 2005
Mastered by UE Nastasi at Sterling Sound in New York, NY
"Medication" recorded by Danny Littwin at Housing Works Used Book Cafe in New York, NY on April 15, 2005
Footage: Studio: Chris Constance
Mound City Music Fest: Chris Constance, Donna Donahue, Catherine Lindsey, Christina Rutz, Suzanne Voss
Interview and Housing Works: 119 Productions
St. Louis Driving: Dave Schwartz, Scott White
Tower Theater: Dave Schwartz, Scott White, John Monroe
Running time: Approximately 30 minutes
(Transmit Sound/Legacy - 2005)
Note: These are promo copies. They are still in shrinkwrap and have not been played, but have a small drill-hole in the upper-left corner of the jewel case.