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The Mr T Experience - "Surfin' Mozart" (live)

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Published on Mar 25, 2020

MTX live at Gilman Street, Berkeley, August 6, 1988, stage-left cam video by Shayne Stacy of the Sacramento Music Archive, who doctored it up and generously sent it my way. This was our ""homecoming" show after our first national tour, and it's an interesting set. Rough and sloppy as usual, but, we were young and inexperienced. At any rate, this is pretty much precisely what Gilman Street sounded like and looked like ca '88. MTX Forever.

Flier for this show: https://www.minds.com/newsfeed/881551...

Tour poster: https://www.minds.com/newsfeed/881553...

"Minor secrets": https://www.minds.com/newsfeed/108959...

Sacramento Music Archive website: https://sacramentomusicarchive.com

medium: https://medium.com/@drankf/latest
minds: https://www.minds.com/frankportman
twitter: https://twitter.com/mtxforever
instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drankf/
sounds radical: https://www.soundsradical.com/store/c...

This arrangement (c) and (p) by Dr Frank, Itching Powder Music (BMI), first recorded and released in 1986 on the Mr T Experience album Everybody's Entitled to Their Own Opinion on Disorder Records (DR-001). Subsequently re-issued by Lookout Records in 1990 (Lookout 039). Digital catalog currently administered by the Orchard. All rights reserved.

https://www.discogs.com/The-Mr-T-Expe...

studio recording: https://youtu.be/_9i-eeAQC9M

#punkrock #mtx #rockandroll

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