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Invisible Jet

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Location:Bloomington, Indiana
Categorized as:Alt-Rock
Total Request:4383 (3990 downloads, 393 plays)
Total Request:4383 (3990 downloads, 393 plays)
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Picture (Left to Right): Chris, Tim, Courtney, Scott, Brian.

Courtney Kaiser on Vocals
Brian Leonard on Bass (on the Lodge Recording) and Guitar in the Right channel
Scott Thaxton on Drums
Tim Treacy Guitar Left (only on the Lodge Recording)
Also, Chris Crawford played Live Bass - joined after we recorded at The Lodge.

When we started half of us were in Indy and the other half in Bloomington.   We all ended up in Bloomington after Tim left.


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With support from: Arts Council and the City of IndianapolisIndiana Arts CommissionNational Endowment for the Arts

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Recorded by Ryan Downey in Studio B at the Lodge, Indianapolis, IN.
Songs recorded live (minus vocals and bass) to analog tape.  It was @1995-96

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    Delusion
     
     
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    Inconvenience
     
     
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    Think
     
     
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    Bottomless Cup
     
     

 
 
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Remastered/Remesstered by Brian Leonard in 2011.  3 of which are never before released tracks.  Some things have yet to be fixed but whatev.  If you want a 320 mp3 or a CD of any of B's Bands send a comment with email. (especially the Bentframe Orange CD - it's a real CD)

Scott Edwards recorded us for a school project at the Musical Arts Center in Bloomington, Indiana. Tim Had left the band and Brian tried his best to play his missing parts. Crawford on Bass.

Another analog recording to 2" tape. This is taken from a MiniDisc copy.

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    Fade Away
     
     
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    Black Silence
     
     
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    Seven
     
     
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    Big Rig
     
     

 
 
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Corrected speed and what not...

Paul Mahern helped us with a few pieces of equipment and with getting setup for recording this Tascam analog 8 track recording (Thanks, again).

Crawford on Bass.

This was transferred from a cassette mix - we didn't have access to anything digital at that time.  The drums were recorded with a 58 beta blue and a 57 on a brick on the floor using a dbx compressor that only had one slider per channel.  The bridge of I Can has an Acoustic head with tremolo.  We also had an Alesis microverb for vocals.


It is a weird slightly warped copy from cassette mixdown.  Some noise removal and tweaking (hopefully more fixed than broken).  From now on mp3's will be normal stereo mode with no low frequency filtering and an embedded pic when replaced or new.  Only 150 or so downloaded the original v1.  Useless information overload?

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    I Can Stand v2
     
     
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    Lullaby (I Can't) v2
     
     

 
 
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Scott Edwards recorded us for a school project at the Musical Arts Center in Bloomington, Indiana.  Tim Had left the band and Brian tried his best to play his missing parts. Crawford on Bass.

Another analog recording to 2" tape.  This is taken from a MiniDisc copy.

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    Fade Away
     
     
 
 
  • Howdy!

    April forwarded your note to me, so I came by here to check out the tunes. Like the Lodge recordings lots! There are bits that remind me of another favorite band of mine:Shuddermto Think. Seems like Arson Garden and Invisible Jet just missed crossing paths, seems unfortunate. We definitely shared similar sensibilities.

    Cheers - Joby
    by Joby Barnett on Nov 10, 2012
  • That's awesome, luv it!
    by Lori on Jun 02, 2011
  • Thanks for the kind words!

    I am / we are still very happy with the Lodge Recording. If you would like a CD, please send another message with your email.

    Also, I realized the Breakup songs are slowed down. That might be another reason why Jeb likes the Drums... I will update them at the "correct" speed.
    by Brian on Mar 28, 2010
  • It's great to see these tracks still available... Bottomless Cup and Think are great songs... should have been top 10's. I've had these songs in my mix for a decade now.
    by Sean on Mar 27, 2010
  • Glad you like them. It is kind of a Geoff Emerick thing with the 58 in front of the drums about chest level and the brick mic is farther away and to the side picking up alot of the bottom snare. The brick thing Paul was into, which he said he got from Albini - a boundry mic with an extra reflective stone brick below it.
    by Brian on Feb 14, 2010
  • those drums sound really cool on the Breakup recordings. Thanks for the nerdy details.
    by Jeb on Feb 13, 2010

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