In 1986, while Mark Sandman was still touring with his first major label band, Treat Her Right, and before he convened the now-mythical Morphine, he assembled what is often referred to as his â'secret band.â' Hypnosonics remained a favorite side project, and performed for the last time two weeks before Sandmanâ's death in 1999. Playing guitar and organ as well as singing, Mark was joined by members of the large jazz ensemble Either/Orchestra for the funkiest excursions of his diverse career. An edition of the band which included future founding drummer of Morphine, Jerome Deupree, and future bassist/leader of Club dâ'Elf, Mike Rivard, recorded five songs at Q Division Studio in Boston in 1989. These tracks are supplemented by four more from the 1996 edition of the group, by which time Morphineâ's Dana Colley had joined the horn section of trumpeter Tom Halter and saxman Russ Gershon.
In 1986, while Mark Sandman was still touring with his first major label band, Treat Her Right, and before he convened the now-mythical Morphine, he assembled what is often referred to as his â'secret band.â' Hypnosonics remained a favorite side project, and performed for the last time two weeks before Sandmanâ's death in 1999. Playing guitar and organ as well as singing, Mark was joined by members of the large jazz ensemble Either/Orchestra for the funkiest excursions of his diverse career. An edition of the band which included future founding drummer of Morphine, Jerome Deupree, and future bassist/leader of Club dâ'Elf, Mike Rivard, recorded five songs at Q Division Studio in Boston in 1989. These tracks are supplemented by four more from the 1996 edition of the group, by which time Morphineâ's Dana Colley had joined the horn section of trumpeter Tom Halter and saxman Russ Gershon.
090771822925

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Format: CD
Label: MODH
Rel. Date: 04/16/2021
UPC: 090771822925

Someone Stole My Shoes: Beyond The Q Division Sessions
Artist: Hypnosonics
Format: CD
New: Available $15.98
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DISC: 1

1. Rub It In
2. Early Man
3. They Bent Me
4. Insomniac
5. Livin' With You
6. Someone Stole My Shoes
7. Where's the Girl?
8. Rub It In (Fort Apache Version)
9. Early Man (Fort Apache Version)

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In 1986, while Mark Sandman was still touring with his first major label band, Treat Her Right, and before he convened the now-mythical Morphine, he assembled what is often referred to as his â'secret band.â' Hypnosonics remained a favorite side project, and performed for the last time two weeks before Sandmanâ's death in 1999. Playing guitar and organ as well as singing, Mark was joined by members of the large jazz ensemble Either/Orchestra for the funkiest excursions of his diverse career. An edition of the band which included future founding drummer of Morphine, Jerome Deupree, and future bassist/leader of Club dâ'Elf, Mike Rivard, recorded five songs at Q Division Studio in Boston in 1989. These tracks are supplemented by four more from the 1996 edition of the group, by which time Morphineâ's Dana Colley had joined the horn section of trumpeter Tom Halter and saxman Russ Gershon.