Something Live: The Cantab Sessions 4

PJ on Jun 5th 2008

Welcome to the fourth Something Live podcast! This show features music recorded and mixed live at The Cantab Lounge, in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

To listen to the show just click on the link or use the handy built-in player:

Something Live: The Cantab Sessions 4

Artist & Song Information:

  1. Larry Unger & Eden MacAdam-SomerThe Ice Storm Music by Larry Unger. Recorded January 28, 2008.

  2. Janet Feld Home Music & Lyrics By Janet Feld. Recorded May 5, 2008.

  3. Lloyd ThayerSee You Tomorrow Blues Music & Lyrics by Lloyd Thayer. Recorded October 29, 2007.

  4. Jen MurdzaGracious Music & Lyrics by Jen Murdza. Did I Ever Tell You? Music & Lyrics by Jen Murdza. Recorded at the Something Live studios April 20, 2008.

  5. Digney FignusNo Worry For the Berry Music & Lyrics by Digney Fignus. Recorded April 7, 2008. Catch a video of Digney playing live on Fox 25 Boston here.

  6. Dana CooperMade of Mud Music & Lyrics By Dana Cooper. Recorded May 5, 2008.

All tracks mixed and recorded live by P.J. Shapiro. Additional mixing and editing by P.J. Shapiro.

This podcast © 2008 Inter Vivos Media, LLC. This podcast contains words and/or content that some people may find objectionable, and is there therefore intended only for listeners over the age of 18. Except as noted, copyright in all compositions and performances belongs to the Artists/Composers listed above. Any use of this podcast is subject to the Something Live Terms of Use.

Filed in Dana Cooper,Digney Fignus,Eden MacAdam-Somer,Janet Feld,Jen Murdza,Larry Unger,live music,Lloyd Thayer,music,Notorious,Podcast | 3 responses so far

3 Responses to “Something Live: The Cantab Sessions 4”

  1. Kay-wrenon 05 Jun 2008 at 3:51 pm

    Another great episode, mr. podcast. These are just getting better and better. And I appreciate how, unlike so many “folk” podcasters and radio hosts, you are both knowledgeable AND funny. Makes such a difference in the enjoyability of the music.

    The whole show was great- the mix of artists way interesting- and I especially loved Lloyd Thayer, of whom I was already a fan, and Jen, whose work was new to me. What a voice that woman has.

    My only gripe? We NEVER get to learn what food item they chose off your shelf. The unfulfilled curiosity is killing me!

  2. mmd1080on 09 Jun 2008 at 4:12 pm

    From my iTunes podcast review:

    “Cantab Lounge hosts one of the best open mikes in the Cambridge/Boston area, and Something Live brings the best of the best talents to the podcast community… don’t miss this!”

    Keep it up, PJ!

  3. Madduaneon 14 Jun 2008 at 5:59 pm

    Wow, pretty much every one of these performances is stellar! Love, Love, Love the Ungar & MacAdam, especially.

    Thanks, PJ!

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