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ITEM — cassette: C 37628 Identifier: C 37346 - C 37816

Post-Moderns, 2/9/1983. Digital

Scope and Contents

Post-Moderns was an all-instrumental band that performed in the Boston area and elsewhere in New England from 1982-1984, with additional performances from 1986-2008.

Live performance at the Rat in Kenmore Square in Boston.

Andrew Joslin - bass

David Drucker - guitar

Laurie Ramona Herboldsheimer - drums

Sev Coursen - alto sax

*Note: All songs written by Andrew Joslin, David Drucker, Laurie R. Herboldsheimer, Sev Coursen. For set lists, click "Expand All" below.

Dates

  • 2/9/1983.

Conditions Governing Access

The Freedman audio collection is largely inaccessible due to ongoing preservation work. However, digital access copies of some tapes are available; please contact the Loeb Music Library for questions about access.

Extent

1 audiocassettes

General note

Side 1 (First set):

00:18 - Tryout #6 (sound check)

03:41 - start of first set

04:05 - #6

06:52 - Funk #1

10:12 - DA DA DA

12:32 - In the Hammock

16:38 - 1001 Fires

19:26 - Domino Theory

22:36 - Wall to Wall

25:28 - YMG

General note

Side 2 (Second set):

01:10 - Breath Mark

04:00 - In the Hammock

07:46 - New One

11:15 - Tryout #6

14:18 - Domino Theory

17:24 - PM Tango

20:38 - YMG

24:50 - UH-OH MAGICIAN

27:18 - AJ5

31:12 - #6

33:50 - Funk #1

Repository Details

Part of the Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library Repository

The Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library is the primary repository of musical materials at Harvard. The Music Library’s collecting mission is to serve music teaching and research programs in the Music Department and throughout the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. In addition, it supports the musical needs of the broader Harvard community as well as an international scholarly constituency. We collect books, musical scores, serial titles, sound recordings and video formats, microforms, and rare and archival materials that support research in a wide variety of musical disciplines including historical musicology, music theory, ethnomusicology, composition, and historically informed performance practice, as well as interdisciplinary areas related to music. The special collections include archival collections from the 19th, 20th and 21st century.

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