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Vinyl LP pressing. Live in St. Kilda was a rare appearance at which Powers was backed by a group other than his longtime combo the Pink Monkey Birds. The Nov. 9, 2019 show at the titular Australian city's MEMO Music Hall was mounted to launch Nine Parts Water, One Part Sand: Kim Salmon and the Formula for Grunge, the autobiography of the singer-songwriter-guitarist of the famed Antipodean band the Scientists. The hard-rocking group that ended up backing Powers on the show flashed some storied credentials of their own. Guitarist Harry Howard is the brother of the late Rowland S. Howard of the Bad Seeds and played with Rowland in Crime and the City Solution and These Immortal Souls. Harry's partner Edwina Preston is a keyboardist, a member of ATOM and the tribute unit Pop Crimes (playing the songs of Rowland Howard), and a well-known novelist and nonfiction writer. The group's other couple, bassist Dave Graney and drummer Clare Moore, are well known Down Under for their earlier groups the Moodists and the Coral Snakes. The show captured on this recording is incredible! This one-time-only performance includes Pink Monkey Birds favorites as well as covers of the Cramps, Gun Club, Shangri-Las and Suicide!
Vinyl LP pressing. Live in St. Kilda was a rare appearance at which Powers was backed by a group other than his longtime combo the Pink Monkey Birds. The Nov. 9, 2019 show at the titular Australian city's MEMO Music Hall was mounted to launch Nine Parts Water, One Part Sand: Kim Salmon and the Formula for Grunge, the autobiography of the singer-songwriter-guitarist of the famed Antipodean band the Scientists. The hard-rocking group that ended up backing Powers on the show flashed some storied credentials of their own. Guitarist Harry Howard is the brother of the late Rowland S. Howard of the Bad Seeds and played with Rowland in Crime and the City Solution and These Immortal Souls. Harry's partner Edwina Preston is a keyboardist, a member of ATOM and the tribute unit Pop Crimes (playing the songs of Rowland Howard), and a well-known novelist and nonfiction writer. The group's other couple, bassist Dave Graney and drummer Clare Moore, are well known Down Under for their earlier groups the Moodists and the Coral Snakes. The show captured on this recording is incredible! This one-time-only performance includes Pink Monkey Birds favorites as well as covers of the Cramps, Gun Club, Shangri-Las and Suicide!
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Live In St. Kilda
Artist: Kid Congo
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. Live in St. Kilda was a rare appearance at which Powers was backed by a group other than his longtime combo the Pink Monkey Birds. The Nov. 9, 2019 show at the titular Australian city's MEMO Music Hall was mounted to launch Nine Parts Water, One Part Sand: Kim Salmon and the Formula for Grunge, the autobiography of the singer-songwriter-guitarist of the famed Antipodean band the Scientists. The hard-rocking group that ended up backing Powers on the show flashed some storied credentials of their own. Guitarist Harry Howard is the brother of the late Rowland S. Howard of the Bad Seeds and played with Rowland in Crime and the City Solution and These Immortal Souls. Harry's partner Edwina Preston is a keyboardist, a member of ATOM and the tribute unit Pop Crimes (playing the songs of Rowland Howard), and a well-known novelist and nonfiction writer. The group's other couple, bassist Dave Graney and drummer Clare Moore, are well known Down Under for their earlier groups the Moodists and the Coral Snakes. The show captured on this recording is incredible! This one-time-only performance includes Pink Monkey Birds favorites as well as covers of the Cramps, Gun Club, Shangri-Las and Suicide!
        
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