27 February 2001
Last Beat Records
Rock music, Rock and roll
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A Bum Note and a Bead of Sweat is a live album by Baboon. It was released in 2001 on Last Beat Records and re-released later that year on The Orchard. The album was recorded live to 16-track at two shows in early 2000.
The CD also contains a music video (in QuickTime format) for the studio-version of "Closer," which was directed by Dennis Fitzgerald.
All tracks written by Baboon, except where noted.Andrew Huffstetler – lead Vocals, trombone, floor tom
Mark Hughes (credited as "Badnwz Hughes") – bass, backing vocals
Mike Rudnicki (credited as "Robonicki") – guitar, backing vocals
Steven Barnett – drums, room evacuator (RE1), and misc.
Mark Reznicek – floor tom (on "Rise")
Joshua Dillard – trumpet (on "Bring Me the Head of Jack Skinner")
Neil Kopp – saxophone (on "Bring Me the Head of Jack Skinner")
Rob Thomasson – recording
Ben Yeager – mixing
John Congleton – mixing
George Geurin – mastering
Chris Paluska – layout
Dennis Fitzgerald – directed "Closer" video
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