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Electro Shock Blues Show

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Released  2002 (2002)
Electro-Shock Blues Show (2002)  Shootenanny! (2003)
Release date  2002
Label  E Works Records
Length  77:25
Artist  Eels
Producer  Mark Oliver Everett
Genres  Rock music, Indie rock
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Recorded  Multiple locations, 1998
Similar  Eels albums, Rock music albums

Eels cancer for the cure


Electro-Shock Blues Show is a live album by Eels released on tour in 2002.

Contents

Recording

The fifteen tracks on this album were recorded at six different venues. According to the album's liner notes, the first ten tracks were recorded "somewhere in England" during December 1998 while the Eels were a support act for the band Pulp. The other five tracks are brought in from selected performances from around Europe and the United States:

  • 11 – Groningen, Netherlands, September 30, 1998
  • 12 – Stockholm, Sweden, October 5, 1998
  • 13–14 – Paris, France, September 21, 1998
  • 15 – Indianapolis, Indiana, United States, October 29, 1998
  • Track listing

    1. "Cancer for the Cure" (E and Mickey Petralia) – 5:16
    2. "Fingertips Part III" (Paul Clarence and Henry Cosby) – 1:20
    3. "Going to Your Funeral Part I" (E, Parthenon Huxley, and Jim Jacobsen) – 3:14
    4. "Efil's God" (E and Mike Simpson) – 3:10
    5. "Souljacker part I" (Butch, E, and Adam Siegel) – 4:30
    6. "My Beloved Monster" (E) – 2:32
    7. "Novocaine for the Soul" (E and Mark Goldenberg) – 4:22
    8. "Not Ready Yet" (Jon Brion and E) – 12:58
    9. "Last Stop: This Town" (E and Simpson) – 2:52
    10. "Everything's Gonna Be Cool This Christmas" (E) – 3:00
    11. "Flower" (E and Jim Jacobsen) – 3:26
    12. "Dead of Winter" (E) – 3:21
    13. "Electro-Shock Blues" (E and Petralia) – 3:35
    14. "The Medication Is Wearing Off" (E and Petralia) – 4:14
    15. "Climbing to the Moon"/"My Beloved Monster"/"My Girl" (E/E/Smokey Robinson and Ronald White) – 15:05

    The last track features a hidden bonus song, another version of "My Beloved Monster", which follows a long silence after the end of "Climbing to the Moon"; the track then segues into The Temptations' classic soul hit "My Girl". However, during the chorus, E replaces the words "My girl" with "My beloved monster". The rhythm to the other recording of "My Beloved Monster" is from The Rolling Stones' "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction", written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.

    Personnel

    Eels
  • Mark Oliver Everett – Vocals, guitar, and organ
  • Butch – Drums, backing vocals, lead vocals on "Efil's God"
  • Adam Siegel – Bass guitar and backing vocals
  • Additional musicians
  • Emma, a fan chosen from the crowd – Sleigh bells on "Everything's Gonna Be Cool This Christmas"
  • Production
  • E – Production
  • Peter Keppler – Engineering
  • Dan Hersch – Mastering
  • Songs

    1Cancer for the Cure5:16
    2Fingertips - Part III1:20
    3Going to Your Funeral - Part I3:14

    References

    Electro-Shock Blues Show Wikipedia


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