Amateur Shortwave Radio

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Amateur Shortwave Radio
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Live album by Over the Rhine
Released April 1999
Recorded 1990-1999.
Genre Americana
Length 58:43
Label Grey Ghost Records
Over the Rhine chronology
Besides
(1997)Besides1997
Amateur Shortwave Radio
(1999)
Films For Radio
(2001)Films For Radio2001
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Phantom Tollbooth 4/5 stars[1]

Amateur Shortwave Radio is a live album by Over the Rhine, released in 1999, compiled by Linford Detweiler to mark the 10th anniversary of the band's first recordings in 1989.

Track listing[edit]

1. Like A Radio - 8:55

  • Recorded at the Emery Theatre, Cincinnati, Ohio, December 1995.

2. Ruby Tuesday - 4:35

  • Produced by Ric and Linford, April 1999.

3. Mary’s Waltz - 4:16

  • Recorded at Devou Park, Covington, Kentucky with the Northern Kentucky Symphony, September 1997.
  • Northern Kentucky Symphony conducted by James R. Cassidy. Orchestration by Terry LaBolt.

4. Blackbird - 4:44

  • Recorded for Nightwaves, WVXU, November 1990.

5. Moth - 5:06

  • Recorded at Echo Park, May 1998.

6. Jack’s Valentine - 5:45

  • Recorded for live broadcast on Audiosyncracies, WVXU, July 1997.

7. Circle of Quiet - 7:45

  • Recorded at Canal Street Tavern, Dayton, Ohio, March 1999.

8. Anyway - 4:47

  • Recorded at Echo Park, May 1998.

9. My Love is A Fever - 5:00

  • Recorded at the State Theatre, Portland, Maine, September 1994.

10. I Will Remember - 7:27

  • Recorded at Echo Park, May 1998.

Personnel[edit]

  • Karin Bergquist - Voice, Acoustic Guitar, Piano
  • Linford Detweiler - Bass, keyboards, spoken word
  • Ric Hordinski - Electric guitar, e-bow
  • Brian Kelley - drums, harmony vocal
  • Jack Henderson - electric guitar
  • Terri Templeton - harmony vocal
  • Mike Georgin - bass

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