TAUK Welcomes Greg Ormont & Jeremy Schon In Brooklyn

Hear TAUK and PPPP members team up on a Pink Floyd classic.

By Nate Todd Apr 10, 2022 10:46 am PDT

TAUK opened up Pigeons Playing Ping Pong’s Perspective album release concert at Brooklyn Steel on Saturday. The Long Island outfit welcomed PPPP’s Greg Ormont and Jeremy Schon for a Pink Floyd cover to close their set.

  • Pigeons Playing Ping Pong & TAUK Collaborate In Chicago

    Pigeons Playing Ping Pong & TAUK Collaborate In Chicago

    Pigeons Playing Ping Pong and TAUK shared the stage in Chicago on Saturday night.

TAUK — guitarist Matt Jalbert, bassist Charlie Dolan, keyboardist Alric “A.C.” Carter and drummer Isaac Teel — opened up the show with “Carpentino’s Rebirth” off their 2013 album, Homunculus. A paring of “On Guard” and “Time’s Up” followed.

Next came “Dormammu” off TAUK’s latest studio LP Chaos Companion. TAUK continued with “Pitter Patter” ahead of Choas Companion’s “Moon Dub.” Following “Mindshift,” TAUK brought out PPPP’s Jeremy Schon on guitar and Greg Ormont to sing Pink Floyd’s “Sheep.”

The song originally appears on Floyd’s 1977 LP Animals and the cover exists in both the TAUK and Pigeons repertoires. Ormont delivered Roger Waters’ lead vocals well on the galloping rocker which included a dub-tinged jam ahead of Jalbert and Schon shredding out on a wild coda to bring TAUK’s set to a close.

Listen to “Sheep” and more in full-show audio below from Zachary Semcken:


TAUK at Brooklyn Steel

  • Welcome to New York City  
  • Carpentino's Rebirth
  • On Guard  
  • Time's Up
  • Dormammu  
  • Pitter Pattern
  • Moon Dub
  • Mindshift
  • Sheep  

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