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Just The Music Records is an independant not-for-profit record label formed for the express purpose of releasing Got Live(if you want it). The creator of Just The Music Records and Got Live(if you want it) is an avid music fan who hosts a free music site, JustTheMusic.Com, to spotlight new bands from around the globe and as a vehicle to expose the world the wonderful Athens/Atlanta, GA. music scene.
Got Live(if you want it) is a compilation two years in the works. A collection of the highlights from the Full Moon Studio sessions recorded with a live audience just outside Athens, Georgia. The net proceeds from the sale of Got Live(if you want it) will be donated to the AIDS Coalition of NE Georgia.
About the Artist
All of the artists that donated their music to Got Live(if you want it) are natives of Athens and Atlanta. This compilation attempts to captures them in the medium that showcase them at their best...Live! Tracks like 5/8's- "Orlando", Nathan Sheppard's-"Dyin' Day", Guadalcanal Diary's-"Ten Minutes", Josh Joplin Band's-"Emptyhead" and Kevn Kinney's-"Mystery Road" are all previously unreleased songs. The other cuts on Got Live are regional favorites from the most promising bands on the local scene, Shawn Mullins, Dayroom, Soul Miner's Daughter, Trinket, Deacon Brody, Kitty Snyder, Memory Dean and Nathan Sheppard. The live version of R.E.M.'s "Country Feedback" was recorded in Athens during a 1992 Greenpeace rally at the 40 Watt Club. The band volunteered the song for the compilation after they were contacted to consider donating art for the cover. Only 5,000 copies of Got Live(if you want it) were released on the first pressing.
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Top Customer Reviews
I know there must be some existing copies out there that are not defective judging by the other reviews on this web site. I'd love to get my hands on a non-defective copy. The music that plays on this CD is great and the money went to a good cause. The only reason I gave it three out of five stars is because a third of the CD won't play.