Electro-Shock Blues Show


Electro-Shock Blues Show

Infobox Album |
Name = Electro-Shock Blues Show
Type = Live Album
Artist = EELS


Released = 2002
Recorded =
Genre = Rock
Length = 72:55
Label =
Producer =
Reviews =
Last album = "Souljacker "
(2001)
This album = "Electro-Shock Blues Show"
(2002)
Next album = "Shootenanny!"
(2003)

"Electro-Shock Blues Show" is a live album by Eels. It was released in 2002.

Recording

The fifteen tracks on this album were recorded at six different venues. According to the album's liner notes, the first ten tracks were recorded "somewhere in England" during December 1998 while the Eels were a support act for the band Pulp. The other five tracks are brought in from selected performances from around Europe and the United States:
*11 - Gronigen, the Netherlands, 1998-09-30
*12 - Stockholm, Sweden, 1998-10-05
*13-14 - Paris, France, 1998-09-21
*15 - Indianapolis, Indiana, United States, 1998-10-29

Track listing

#"Cancer for the Cure" – 5:16
#"Fingertips Part III" – 1:20
#"Going to Your Funeral Part I" – 3:14
#"Efil's God" – 3:10
#"Souljacker Part I" – 4:30
#"My Beloved Monster" – 2:32
#"Novocaine for the Soul" – 4:22
#"Not Ready Yet" – 12:58
#"" – 2:52
#"Everything's Gonna Be Cool This Christmas" – 3:00
#"Flower" – 3:26
#"Dead of Winter" – 3:21
#"Electro-Shock Blues" – 3:35
#"The Medication Is Wearing Off" – 4:14
#"Climbing to the Moon" / "My Girl" / "My Beloved Monster" – 15:05

The last track features a hidden bonus song, another version of "My Beloved Monster", which follows a long silence after the end of "Climbing to the Moon"; the track then segues into The Temptations' classic soul hit "My Girl". However, during the chorus, E replaces the words "My Girl" with "My Beloved Monster".

Personnel

*Mark Oliver Everett - guitar, organ, vocals
*Jonathan Norton - drums, backing vocals, lead vocals on "Efil's God"
*Adam Siegel - bass, backing vocals
*Emma, a fan chosen from the crowd - sleigh bells on "Everything's Gonna Be Cool This Christmas"


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