Freedom Has No Bounds

August 10th, 2011 by

Seam – Khyber 6/25/92

 

Seam bio from Touch & Go site: Seam began as a three-piece in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Although Seam’s “pedigree” included Bitch Magnet and Superchunk, Seam’s reticent melodicism and subtly moving guitar washes occupy a realm quite different than the illustrious pasts of Seam’s members might suggest. Seam released their first single Days of Thunder on Homestead Records in October of 1990, and their second single Granny 9X on Merge Records in early ’92. The band

released their first full-length, Headsparks, on Homestead in 1992. After a move to Chicago, Seam also moved to Touch and Go for the release of an EP and three full-length albums, the last being The Pace Is Glacial in 1998.
This is a live set from the Khyber from June 25th 1992. They were the headliner with CakeKitchen opening up for them. A couple of tracks from Kernal but mostly from Headsparks and the early 7″s. For more on Seam go to the Touch & Go Site. Also, check out Sooyoung Park’s current band Ee at My Space

Audio files

 
01 – Decatur
02 – Grain
03 – Sweet Pea
04 – Sky City
05 – Feather
06 – Atari
07 – Pins & Needles
08 – Kernel
09 – Granny 9x
10 – Days Of Thunder
 
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