Friday, September 23, 2022

Jeffrey Foucault & Erik Koskinen-The Parkway Theater, Minneapolis, MN- 4/1/22

Jeffrey Foucault & Erik Koskinen
The Parkway Theater
Minneapolis, MN

This is a "Midwest Sounds" recording (MWS136)

Lineage: Audience Recording using Zoom H2 internal mics > SD Card > PC > Mastered in Adobe Audition > Track splitting using CD Wave Editor > Compressed to FLAC Level 8 using dBpoweramp > Tagged with MP3 Tag

-Feel free to re-master, share freely anywhere else, convert to MP3, just never ever sell it. Also, if you like this show, please support the artist by buying/streaming their music, buying a ticket to a show or buying merch.

More pictures here: Link

Jeffrey Foucault

1. ?
2. Des Moines
3. Rico
4. Solo Modelo
5. Dishes
6. Wood Smoke
7. Slow Talker
8. Blown
9. Everybody’s Famous
10. ?
11. Blood Brothers
12. Left This Town

Jeffrey Foucault- Vocals & Acoustic Guitar
Erik Koskinen- Electric Guitar
Eric Heywood- Pedal Steel, Electric Guitar
Jeremy Moses Curtis- Electric Bass Guitar

Considered one of the most distinctive voices in American music, Jeffrey Foucault's craft is instantly recognizable for its simplicity and emotional power, a decidedly Midwestern amalgam of blues, country, rock’n’roll, and folk. He’s built a brick-and-mortar international touring career on multiple studio albums, countless miles, and general critical acclaim.

Erik Koskinen

1. Devil's Blues
2. Will You Feel My Love
3. Pocket Full Of Money
4. Gun
5. Pony To Ride
6. Blood And Money
7. Broke Down
8. First Time In Years
9. Boomtown
10. Six Pack Of Beer & A Pack Of Cigarettes (w/ Jeffrey Foucault & band)
11. Sleeper (Greg Brown cover) (Jeffrey Foucault on vocals)
12. I Love You Maybe (w/ Jeffrey Foucault & band)

Rob Morgan- Bass Guitar
Richard Medek- Drums
Paul Bergen- Electric Guitar

Acclaimed Minnesotan Erik Koskinen is renowned in his own right, deftly mixing American folk, country, rock-n-roll, and blues — showcasing his master guitar skills and gift for storytelling songwriting.

Tapers notes: I walked in late to Jeffrey's set, so you'll hear music getting louder as I get to my seat, only the first 30ish seconds are affected by this. I was also battling a cold this night, so you may hear the effects of that at certain points, I tried to minimize it as much as possible. Otherwise, a great night from two great artists, the sound was amazing in this theater. My seat was basically dead middle of the theater from front to back, as well as side to side, so prime position for recording.

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