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Living Up To Their Name - Live At The Gluepot 1987

Pinenut Records

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Pinenut Records'  new Sneaky Feelings Live Album plus the first ever re-issue (with Collectors' edition) of the 1984 Windsor live tape for its debut release!

Fan and NZ music enthusiast and archivist Donald McLeod has completed his new live album 'Living Up To Their Name' of the band on his label 'Pinenut Records'.  Tracks ranging over all 3 studio albums The 'Dunedin Double', 2 previously unreleased tracks, plus a cover of soul classic 'Dark End Of The Street'. 

The cover of these editions are all hand crafted, hand screen printed and lettered on heavy duty solid art grade board.

His aim was to capture the full dynamic sound of the band, and using the early DIY ethos and live sound feel as found on the early Flying Nun 45s, EPs and mini-albums, of which 'Send You' pioneered in to the studio.
'Living Up To Their Name' - Live At The Gluepot 1987' was recorded live at The Gluepot, Auckland New Zealand on to a Maxwell chrome cassette tape Dolby off, through the mixing desk, on Saturday, 5th September, 1987.

We have lean numbers of the RSD and final issue of this album, out of a total of 300 in a once only pressing. The LP has a plain white hand screen printed and finished cover, full colour 2 sided insert, gig sew on patch, and a voucher for 6 bonus live tracks on bandcamp download. Pressing by United Record Pressing in Nashville, TN, USA, and mastering for LP by Stebbings Recording Centre in Auckland. The album's 11 tracks includes a selection of songs off all four of Sneaky Feelings albums including 'The Dunedin Double' compilation, one cover song 'Dark End Of The Street', and two previously unreleased original tracks."


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