Clambakes Vol. 6: One in a Row

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CLAM006 | Release Date April 24, 2012

The Clambakes, Vol. 6: One in a Row, a 64-minute live recording from 1994 of Superchunk’s show at First Avenue in Minneapolis during the Foolish tour. Never ones to hide our clams under a bushel, Superchunk decided to make this gem of a show available to the public. Performed slightly after the release of Foolish I can hear myself struggling to remember how the songs go, and often failing. Can I tell you how much I always wished my band mates would poke fun at me while I was having these moments? There is some comfort in someone acknowledging how badly you just blew it! Well, at least I get it right about half of the time.

Enjoy, Laura

Track/Song Title Duration Price MP3 Track
Intro 00:23
Like a Fool 04:40
From the Curve 03:11
Cast Iron 03:49
The First Part 04:30
Wilbur Chat 00:32
Water Wings 03:35
Polvo Couldn't Make It Chat 00:35
Kicked In 04:20
Punch Me Harder 02:04
Cadmium 04:04
For Tension 03:00
Laura Apologizes 00:20
Driveway to Driveway 04:25
Baxter 03:34
The Question Is How Fast 04:25
Thank You to Scrawl 00:14
Skip Steps 1 & 3 03:28
You Cheat Yourself of Everything That Moves 03:50
Thanks to Joe Hickey 00:07
Why Do You Have to Put a Date on Everything 04:15
Throwing Things 03:43

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