Last month upstate New York jam act Aqueous played a weekly residency at Nietzsche's in their hometown of
Buffalo. For the final show of the residency, which was billed as "Mystery Artist Night,"
Aqueous mixed originals along with 11 Beatles covers. Ten of the Beatles classics were
debuts for Aqueous.
[Photo via Aqueous Facebook page]
Aqueous opened with "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" and went on to cover "Magical
Mystery Tour," "Flying," "Blue Jay Way," "Eight Days A Week," "Strawberry Fields Forever,"
"For No One," "Happiness Is A Warm Gun," "Sgt. Pepper's Reprise," "A Day In The Life" and
"Hey Jude." But don't sleep on the band's originals, which are filled with interesting
signature changes, jaw-dropping composed sections and plenty of jamming.
Check out a stream of "Happiness Is A Warm Gun" > "They're Calling For You" (Aqueous
Original) > "Sgt. Pepper's Reprise" > "A Day In The Life":
And here's a multi-track recording of the whole show via Archive.org:
Aqueous just completed a March residency at Nectar's in Burlington last night. The band
now heads to Portsmouth, NH for a show at Thirsty Moose tonight.
[Published on: 3/27/14]