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Clarence Spady downloads
4/2/2010 03:49 PM

My taper friend recorded the Clarence Spady Band last weekend, and after listening to the show, I thought some of you here would enjoy him. I don't think he's generally too well known outside the Northeast. This show is quite enjoyable to listen to, and it's an excellent recording... enjoy! --Vik




Clarence Spady Band

River Street Jazz Cafe

Plains, PA

March 26, 2010


Soundboard + Schoeps MK4V's (hung from ceiling)>Schoeps KCY 250/05i active cable>Schoeps VST62ui>Grace Design Lunatec V3>Sound Devices 744t (@24 bit 88.2khz )

SD744t>Soundforge Pro 10 (Fades, iZotope 64 BIT Sample Rate Conversion /iZotope MBIT+ Bit depth conversion to 16 Bit/44.1khz)>>CDWAV>FLAC

Recorded By Keith Litzenberger (recording@wklitz.com) Show #25 of 2010

Special Thanks, as always, to the staff at River Street Jazz Cafe, the best venue for live music in Northeastern PA

4/2/2010 03:52 PM

And here's another recording from last month of Clarence Spady jamming with some other local musicians including Dylan Skursky and Jami Novak of Cabinet (my favorite bluegrass jamband). This is also quite enjoyable, and an excellent quality recording... enjoy! --Vik




Clarence Spady, Dylan Skursky & Jami Novak

River Street Jazz Cafe

Plains, PA

February 26, 2010

Clarence Spady (Clarence Spady Band)- Guitars / Vocals

Jami Novak (Cabinet) - Drums/Vocals

Dylan Skursky (Cabinet)- Bass

Bob O'Connell - Keyboards

Source:Schoeps MK21's>Lunatec V3 + Direct Outs from Allen & Heath GL2400>Alesis HD24 w/EC-2 Converter upgrade (@24bit/44.1khz)

Alesis Caddy>Alesis Fireport 1394>Steinberg Nuendo 4 (multichannel mixdown)>Sound Forge Pro 10 (Fades,iZotope MBIT+ Bit depth conversion to 16 Bit)>CDWAV>FLAC

Recorded By Dylan Skursky, Processed By Keith Litzenberger

4/2/2010 04:16 PM

I'm also told his album, Just Between Us, comes highly recommended. I haven't heard the album myself, but I've been digging the above live shows, and I think the guy deserves some props, therefore I'm posting. If you're looking for great R&B/blues/funk, Clarence Spady fits the bill.


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