Casiotone for the Painfully Alone – 9.11.2010 @ Hi-Dive

(Photo by Tim Weilert of Something Like Sound.)

As previously noted, Owen Ashworth is on his last U.S tour ever as Casiotone for the Painfully Alone.  He stopped in Denver last night to serve up one more helping of tunes awash in disappointment, desolation, aspiration, and love. While a little light on early albums (only one song each from Twinkle Echo and Pocket Symphonies), CFTPA nevertheless covered the breadth of a 13 year catalog. Two rare covers also emerged, Christmas in Oakland and John Prine’s Christmas in Prison. Australian trio Otouto backed Owen for most of the show, and also opened with a set of their own material.

Casiotone for the Painfully Alone
Hi-Dive, Denver, CO

Source:  [Microtech Gefell M300’s > Lunatec V3] + [SBD > 1/4″] > Oade Mod Edirol R44 @ 24/48 > SDHC > Adobe Audition 3.0 > Mixdown > Resample to 16/44.1 > CDWave
Taped by:  Lance Stack

1. intro
2. Harsh the Herald Angels Sing
3. Toby Take A Bow
4. Nashville Parthenon
5. White Corolla
6. Young Shields
7. Tonight Was a Disaster
8. Ice Cream Truck
9. Man o’ War
10. Old Panda Days
11. I Love Creedence
12. New Year’s Kiss
13. Natural Light
14. Christmas in Oakland
15. Christmas In Prison
16. Northfield, MN
17. Killers
18. Cold White Christmas
19. Bobby Malone Moves Home
20. White Jetta
21. Optimist Vs. The Silent Alarm (When The Saints Go Marching In)
22. White on White

OTOUTO played as Owen’s backing band.

A zipfile of the mp3s is available here.
FLAC files can be found via BitTorrent at Dime.

Posted under CO Artists,CO Shows,Hi-Dive, Denver, CO by admin on Sunday 12 September 2010 at 10:07 pm

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