Evening Fires

Evening Fires - Live Spirits

"Live Spirits" by Evening Fires Evening Fires’ (lucky) 13th release is their first recorded live in concert, featuring three extended pieces from various times & lineups channeled into a single ideal/typical show. Which might, for instance, start out on a spiritual vibration in electric mountain drone, then take off to some sort of electro-spectral space excursion, and close with a healthy slug of the good old psychedelic barn rock, all arranged for both trance induction possibility and opening-set conciseness. Evening Fires live appearances being about as elusive as sasquatch sightings, this is likely the only way you’d have an opportunity to experience one, were you to be interested in such a thing. Three tracks, 36 minutes, one set.
$11.00

Evening Fires - Live Spirits US

"Live Spirits" by Evening Fires Evening Fires’ (lucky) 13th release is their first recorded live in concert, featuring three extended pieces from various times & lineups channeled into one single ideal/typical set. Which might for instance stir into action with a rustic tribal drone invocation to wake the spirits, then lift off into some sort of electro-spectral celestial space prog excursion, before sailing back down to earth on a hefty slug of good old patented electric barn rock, all arranged and extended for collective trance induction possibility. Evening Fires live appearances being about as elusive as sasquatch sightings, this is likely the only way you’d have the opportunity to experience one, were you to be interested in such a thing. Three tracks, 36 minutes, one set.
$11.00

Evening Fires - Light from on High

"Light from on High" by Evening Fires In which Evening Fires see the light, and, through the use of secret backwoods sonic distillation techniques, transmute it into psychedelic musical experiences. The refining process is key: Original recordings were gathered in root cellars, churches, and all-wooden rooms around central PA, then reverently transformed via the magical mystery machines of BW’s migrating studio. The results? Well, you got some sanctified rural acid rock, jubilant space-synth testifying, interplanetary ritual ethno-foraging (Mars bass), and a solid helping of hellfire’n’brimstone. At one point the album’s working title was Stoned on Jesus Love; what more do you need to know? Five tracks, 54 minutes.
$11.00

Evening Fires - Light from on High International

"Light from on High" by Evening Fires In which Evening Fires see the light, and, through the use of secret backwoods sonic distillation techniques, transmute it into psychedelic musical experiences. The refining process is key: Original recordings were gathered in root cellars, churches, and all-wooden rooms around central PA, then reverently transformed via the magical mystery machines of BW’s migrating studio. The results? Well, you got some sanctified rural acid rock, jubilant space-synth testifying, interplanetary ritual ethno-foraging (Mars bass), and a solid helping of hellfire’n’brimstone. At one point the album’s working title was Stoned on Jesus Love; what more do you need to know? Five tracks, 54 minutes.
$16.00

Evening Fires – Flora and Fauna US

"Flora and Fauna" by Evening Fires Flora and Fauna, the eleventh album from Evening Fires, takes you on an amble through a warm garden of big buzzy late summer psychedelic rock music. Basic tracks were recorded live to 4-track at the Ramblewood branch (plenty of Fender Rhodes, yeah man) and elaborated upon thereafter at the Hoy St. studios, thus combining the improvisational live side of the group – at times here almost, I dunno, groovy or something – with the augmented sonic freakout possibilities of the studio. Flowing, scrappy jams that unfold to the sun in their own joyful organic shapes. Three tracks, 40 minutes.
$11.00

Evening Fires - Live Spirits International

"Live Spirits" by Evening Fires Evening Fires’ (lucky) 13th release is their first recorded live in concert, featuring three extended pieces from various times & lineups channeled into one single ideal/typical set. Which might for instance stir into action with a rustic tribal drone invocation to wake the spirits, then lift off into some sort of electro-spectral celestial space prog excursion, before sailing back down to earth on a hefty slug of good old patented electric barn rock, all arranged and extended for collective trance induction possibility. Evening Fires live appearances being about as elusive as sasquatch sightings, this is likely the only way you’d have the opportunity to experience one, were you to be interested in such a thing. Three tracks, 36 minutes, one set.
$16.00

Evening Fires - Light from on High US

"Light from on High" by Evening Fires In which Evening Fires see the light, and, through the use of secret backwoods sonic distillation techniques, transmute it into psychedelic musical experiences. The refining process is key: Original recordings were gathered in root cellars, churches, and all-wooden rooms around central PA, then reverently transformed via the magical mystery machines of BW’s migrating studio. The results? Well, you got some sanctified rural acid rock, jubilant space-synth testifying, interplanetary ritual ethno-foraging (Mars bass), and a solid helping of hellfire’n’brimstone. At one point the album’s working title was Stoned on Jesus Love; what more do you need to know? Five tracks, 54 minutes.
$11.00

Evening Fires – Flora and Fauna

"Flora and Fauna" by Evening Fires Flora and Fauna, the eleventh album from Evening Fires, takes you on an amble through a warm garden of big buzzy late summer psychedelic rock music. Basic tracks were recorded live to 4-track at the Ramblewood branch (plenty of Fender Rhodes, yeah man) and elaborated upon thereafter at the Hoy St. studios, thus combining the improvisational live side of the group – at times here almost, I dunno, groovy or something – with the augmented sonic freakout possibilities of the studio. Flowing, scrappy jams that unfold to the sun in their own joyful organic shapes. Three tracks, 40 minutes.
$11.00

Evening Fires – Flora and Fauna International

"Flora and Fauna" by Evening Fires Flora and Fauna, the eleventh album from Evening Fires, takes you on an amble through a warm garden of big buzzy late summer psychedelic rock music. Basic tracks were recorded live to 4-track at the Ramblewood branch (plenty of Fender Rhodes, yeah man) and elaborated upon thereafter at the Hoy St. studios, thus combining the improvisational live side of the group – at times here almost, I dunno, groovy or something – with the augmented sonic freakout possibilities of the studio. Flowing, scrappy jams that unfold to the sun in their own joyful organic shapes. Three tracks, 40 minutes.
$16.00

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