Sunday, January 24, 2010

The Blackstone Valley Sinners, Denver CO May 3rd 2003

The Blackstone Valley Sinners were a band that Slim Cessna played in after he moved away from Denver way back in the day.  Rich Gilbert was in the band along with Judithann.  I believe that they were backed by a drum machine.  I don't see a drummer in my pictures.  Anybody remember for sure?


Anyway I recall being psyched to hear some of the older lineup SCAC songs during this show.
Especially Lethal Injection.  I hope you enjoy it.  Link to MP3s at the bottom.


 

 


Blackstone Valley Sinners

Climax Lounge
Denver, CO 2003-05-03

Taped and Transfered by James Freeman
Source: Coresound CSB's > Sharp 722 minidisc
Transfer: Sharp 722 (Analog) > SBLive > Cooledit > CDWave > FLAC > MP3s
Time: (72:31.26)

01. - intro -
02. Angel
03. Limon
04. This Is How My Sister's Husband Died
05. Fraulein
06. - instrumental -
07. It's A Sin
08. Knightsville
09. Cranston Sinner
10. Lethal Injection
11. Rainbows Are Back In Style
12. - instrumental -
13. Saturday Satan, Sunday Saint
14. Pawtucket Pickup
15. - band intro -
16. Fairy Tales
17. - instrumental -
18. Still The One
19. Goddamn Blue Yodel #7
20. Last Song About Satan



Yousendit link to a ZIP file containing MP3s

5 comments:

  1. I am so happy you posted this, the band was based out of Providence RI, where slim was living at the time. There was no drummer, just a drum machine...which was pretty awesome.
    Rich was also the man guitarist for Frank Black & the Catholics...Rich's wife judith Ann was in the Auto Club for a very short time toward the end of BVS when Slim was moving again.
    I think I had seen nearly every BVS show in the RI area at the time...and loved every one!!!
    Cant wait to listen to this!

    Thanks so much, you really made my Day!

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  2. Track #4 is called "Slater Mill". I live in New London, CT and saw them many times here in town and also in Providence. They used an Alesis HR16 drum machine, never a live drummer. Their Christmas show (right after "The Cold Hard Truth About Christmas" came out) was wonderful.

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  3. Oh, yeahh! Thank you! A long ago will searched this wonderful album, but there where I live it is not on sale... Thank to this band - and all good people!

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  4. I saw many of their shows around Boston and surrounding areas.. For my birthday, Slim autographed my cd. I still have it, over a decade later. My favorite part about the drum machine is when it didnt work and Slim had to kick it to "fix" it... which was just about every show. Brilliant!

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