The Perfect Little Door

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MRG210 | Release Date 2001

Recorded at Electrical Audio in Chicago during the Noise Pop Festival in the Spring of 2001, "The Perfect Little Door" is a collaboration between Mac McCaughan (Superchunk, Portastatic, etc) and Ken Vandermark (reed player extraordinaire) plus Tim Mulvenna (multi-faceted percussion). This collection bring you five songs from that session: one entirely new song (Hey Salty), a reworking of one of Kens compositions (Late Night Wait Around), and reworkings of three previously released Portastatic songs.

Track/Song Title Duration Price MP3 Track
Play Had (w/ Ken Vandermark) 08:13 $0.99 Buy
Play Hey Salty (w/ Ken Vandermark) 05:03 $0.99 Buy
Play Late Night Wait Around (w/ Ken Vandermark) 06:46 $0.99 Buy
Play Broken Arm (w/ Ken Vandermark) 05:42 $0.99 Buy
Play When You Crashed (w/ Ken Vandermark) 07:55 $0.99 Buy

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