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by Percy Hill

AMAZING LIVE Performance highlighting this incredible 13 piece ensemble..
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Shining on Creation
8:10 $0.99
2. Ammonium Maze
9:30 $0.99
3. Beneath The Cover
8:05 $0.99
4. Make Believe
10:47 $0.99
5. Color In Bloom
18:49 $0.99
6. Sun Machine
10:13 $0.99
7. The Now
11:24 $0.99
8. After All
7:44 $0.99
9. Lap of Luxury
5:05 $0.99
10. 313
8:06 $0.99
11. Brings You Back Again
6:58 $0.99
12. Wrongside
13:01 $0.99
13. Skyline
7:19 $0.99
14. Chrissy Reid
11:29 $0.99
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Album Notes
Be sure to pick up your copy of the just-released Percy Hill Live. This double-disc set documents the now legendary 13 piece ensemble performing 6 selections from the Jammy Award-winning release Color in Bloom, as well as 8 previously unreleased tracks. Over 2 hours of music recorded live at the Rochester Opera House in Rochester, NH on September 21, 2002



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Shock and Awe!!
This band just can't do anything wrong!! Whether there are 4 or them, 5 or 12! This is a MUST HAVE CD for any hard core jam band fan, those who like Steely Dan, or those who love music that keeps you dancing and singing along! JUST GET IT!


Give them a try!
After Color In Bloom, I had to try this out. It was released in the late fall of 2003, and was taken from a live performance in New Hampshire last year. There are a few cuts from Bloom, but there are a few new songs here, such as "Shining On Creation". This song may sound like a religious tune upon first listen, however, I believe that it is simply an ode to creation in and of itself. The songs here are all enhanced by a backing horn section as well as background singers. One of whom, Anastasia Rene, can belt it out with the best of them. She really lets it loose on "Skyline". "Can I get you to rock with me now?" she says before the tune, and that's exactly what she does. Since this is a live recording, you can hear the band and the crowd having a great time, and it shows in the music and the quality of the band's playing. Guitarist, Joe Farrell's songwriting and singing gets some spotlight here with "Shining On Creation", "After All', and "313". Drummer Aaron Katz does most of the vocal duties here, and Nate Wilson's keyboard expertise is once again on full display. This is a fun band to listen to.

Jackson Goldfarb - Relix Magazine

Percy Hill Live
Shortly after Percy Hill’s 2001 Jammy for ‘Best Studio Album” they went on a nebulous, pseudo-hiatus. They reunited in fall 2002, returning core members Nate Wilson, Aaron Katz, Joe Farrell and John Leccese.
Wilson rearranged their material and bolstered the band nucleus with nine additional players (backup vocals, guitar, horns, and percussions). As testament, this disc hurls the stereo-typical jamband knocks out the window: the vocals of Farrell and Katz are smooth and the band’s classy, compelling songs are polished efforts on par with that of their influences like Gabriel, Simon and Sting. The subtle punchiness of the horns adds a fuller dimension to “Chrissy Reid” and “Shining on Creation,” while Wilson’s nasty clay propels “Sun Machine” and Anastasia Rene’s bad-ass belt-out drives “Skyline.” While the output is extremely tight, it lacks the live-ness and some of the improvisational wizardry that was late ‘90s Percy Hill (remember Geminatrix?)


Great Live Show--What this band is all about
Live Show CDs can be a crapshoot, but this Percy Hill show truly showcases the versatility and musicianship of this band with the bonus of several talented guests. If you listen to a sample of the opening song you'll get a taste of an ensemble cast with flavors not unlike Steeley Dan's NY R&R Revue. No disappointments here