Live on KUCI
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|Live on KUCI|
|Live album by The Littlest Man Band|
|Released||April 2, 2005|
|Recorded||March 26, 2005|
|Label||At the Helm Records|
|The Littlest Man Band chronology|
Live on KUCI is the third release and first live album by The Littlest Man Band. It was released via the band's website for free download (with website registration) on April 2, 2005 (see 2005 in music).
- "Leave The Light On"
- "Maybe I"
- "It's You"
- "Stayed Away Too Long"
- "Wrong Bed"
- "Just Like You"
- "Hands Out, Holds Down"
- "Always Sayin'"
- "Drunk Again"
- "Interview Part 1"
- "Interview Part 2"
The Littlest Man Band
- Scott Klopfenstein - Lead and Backing Vocals, Keys, Guitars
- Jesse Wilder - Guitar, Keys, Backing Vocals
- Jake Berrey - Acoustic and Electric Bass
- Greg Parkin - Drums
- Dan Regan - Trombone
- Tony Ortega[disambiguation needed] - Trumpet
- This is the only official recording of "Hands Out, Holds Down" the band has released.
- Jesse Wilder is heard saying "cricket, cricket" during "Always Sayin'" - in reference to how many fans of the band would yell during that point of the song. The joke originated from a previous live show and webcast the band performed at iMusicast in Oakland, California.
- Drunk Again is a cover from Scott's last band Reel Big Fish, from the album Cheer Up!, but Scott sang lead vocals in the original song.