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Loop Recordings - Fly My Pretties/Tommy & Gramsci

Loop Recordings - Fly My Pretties & Tommy & Gramsci


... We here at LOOP suddenly thought that you might be missing us....Wondering what's going on in the fair land of LOOP ..... and before you start having to go to re-hab to get over us....

Well just for you, heres the low down....


LOOP Recordings Aotearoa present TOMMY and Gramsci (AKA Paul McLeany).
Two intimate acoustic live sets.
Thursday the 29th of July at Happy.
$10 or the door. Starts at 10pm.

And look out for the release of Tommy's amazing and anticipated album in October 2004.


FLY MY PRETTIES is more than a live show. FLY MY PRETTIES was designed to encourage collaboration and creativity from this talented bunch. During the four performances Lee Prebble (who recorded TrinityRoots, The Phoenix Foundation and The Black Seeds) will be on stage recording the mix for a live album to be released later his year. This event will also be filmed by NEKTAR who will capture this fine collaborative effort in a music video and a documentary to be released with the album. The doco will then be screened on C4.

FLY MY PRETTIES will only show for four nights, do not miss Lee Prebble recording a whole live album, the original installation art of Carey Young and Mikala Dwyer and the musical collaboration of this towns finest - all in the seated luxury of Bats Theatre.

The All Star Cast of FLY MY PRETTIES includes:
Barnaby Weir - (The Black Seeds, Flash Harry, Dub Connection),
Mike Fabulous - (The Black Seeds, Scribes Of Ra,, Bunnies On Ponies),
Darryn Sigley - (Wellington Batucada, Hairy Lollies)
Sam Scott - (The Phoenix Foundation, Bunnies On Ponies)
Age Pryor - (City Chorus)
Brendan Moran - (The Hasselhoff Experiment)
Nato- (Paselode)
Dan Wheetman - (The Black Seeds)
Toby Laing - (Fat Freddy's Drop)
Tess Hinkley - (City Chorus)


A flock of new tunes by Barnaby Weir and friends.
Live at Bats 4-7 August 8 pm.
Book at Bats Tickets $16/12
For $20 four lucky people at each show have the chance to get their
own stereo headphone mix.

And if you miss the show the CD and DVD will be released on September 6...


The third installment in this successful compilation series which aims to combine positive messaging with creativity. The next edition is out in mid August and includes exclusive tracks from Fat Freddy's Drop, Emma Paki, Tony Allen, The Strike Boys, Rhian Sheehan, Tommy, Carl Hancock Rux and more....



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LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa

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Phone/Fax: +64 4 803 3055 Post: PO Box 9123, Wellington, New Zealand Courier: 7th Floor, 175 Victoria St, Wellington, New Zealand

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