KBCO 97.3 The Best of Sudio C Vol. 3 (CD)
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This intimate performance was Shawn Colvin's third visit to Studio "C". She was in Boulder for a sold out solo concert at the Boulder Theater. The entire radio station came to a stand still as the hall outside Studio "C" cluttered with bodies peering through the window to watch this brilliant performer. King of Trash ~ Gavin Friday (recorded 2/8/1993)
Studio "C" is accustomed to accoustic instruments, but this was a first as Irish singer Gavin Friday was accompanied by the unique sounds of a bass clarinet and an accordian. One Kiss ~ Zachary Richard (recorded 2/20/1993)
Zachary Richard brought his cajun accent to Studio "C" while in Boulder for a show at the Fox Theater. This version of "One Kiss" was offered in a session that Zachary squeezed in before soundcheck one Saturday afternoon. Being Simple ~ Judybats (recorded 4/16/1993)
The Judybats drove all night from Salt Lake City to get here in time for a late morning session. They had to get in and out early because Studio "C" was booked that same afternoon for Sonia Dada. What a great day. Joy ~ Fourth Estate (recorded 5/5/1993)
The Fort Collins based trio had never performed in an acoustic setting before our Studio "C" session brought the best out of this familiar melody. Fourth Estate was taping a KBCO Local Edition segment when we put this song live on the air during the Lunch Blocks. Don't Always Look At The Rain ~ Howard Jones (recorded 4/24/1992)
Howard Jones is one of only a handfull of artists to get a piano in Sutdio "C". He performed while in Boulder for an outdoor concert at the Mary Rippon Theater on the CU campus. Have You Heard ~ Symon-Asher (recorded 4/14/1993)
This trio from Seattle put their electric guitars away for a moving session on Ginger's show one afternoon while they were in Boulder for a free KBCO concert at the Fox Theater. Baby Blues ~ John Gorka (recorded 8/21/1992)
John Gorka found time for a Studio "C" performance on his way to the Rocky Mountain Folks Festival in Estes Park. He debuted songs from his new CD which had not been released yet, which means that this was the first time KBCO listners heard "Baby Blues". Angry Eyes ~ Jim Messina (recorded 4/28/1993)
Jim Messina and band came in from Evergreen where they were playing two nights at the Little Bear and performed five songs live on the air. Doug Clifton asked for this classic favorite and the results surprised the band. The drummer used a snare drum, and empty cardboard box, and and old record jacket for his kit. Tell Me Is It Beautiful ~ Chris & Maggie (recorded 1/28/1993)
Chris & Maggie are a Boulder based duo who caught Scott Arbough's ear at one of the Boulder Music Association's local music showcases at the Boulder Theater. The session was taped for the KBCO Local Edition. Timothy ~ dada (recorded 5/19/1993)
This was the second time that dada graced KBCO Studio "C" with a live perfomance. Shorlty after the session, the band walked out on the stage at Red Rocks for their first time and opened the '93 Summer of Stars season with Sting. FULLMOONBEACHWALK (4 John) ~ Ottmar Liebert (recorded 10/19/1992)
When Ottmar Liebert began perfoming for Richard Ray's show one morning, the entire office staff came running to the studio to watch. This talented guitarist was in town for a show at the Boulder Theater. Long Way Down (Look What The Cat Drug In) ~ Michael Penn (recorded 12/15/1992)
Michael Pen was touring radiostations to promote his new album when he treated us to an afternoon concert. The keyboard sounds were performed by Patrick Warren on a Chamberlin, which is a unique tape driven predecessor to the modern day sampling devices. Midnight Delta ~ Spencer Bohren (recorded 4/15/1993)
Spencer Bohren has called Fort Collins home and has a number of popular releases in Europe. He is heard here performing on his classic National Ste...
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