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|Live album by |
Tim Berne's Bloodcount
|Recorded||1994 (DVD) and 1997|
The Middle of Somewhere (Disc 1), Paris, France (Disc 2: DVD) and the Children of the Corn Festival (Disc 3)
|Tim Berne chronology|
Seconds is a live 2-CD set by saxophonist Tim Berne's Bloodcount which was recorded in 1997 and packaged along with a documentary DVD which was recorded in 1994 and released on Berne's Screwgun label.
|All About Jazz|||
Writing for All About Jazz, John Kelman stated "With two CDs of largely unheard Bloodcount material and a DVD that's as engaging as it is enlightening, Seconds is a valuable addition to the Bloodcount discography, further proof of just how important that group was for everyone involved". On the same site Sean Patrick Fitzell observed "Hardly leftovers, the package boasts previously unavailable original compositions and the type of bristling performances that forged the band's reputation".
All compositions by Tim Berne
Disc One: Live in the Middle of Somewhere
- "Scrap Metal" - 11:48
- "Yes, Dear" - 21:13
- "Mr. Johnson" - 25:42
Disc Two (DVD): Eyenoises... The Paris Movie 1994
- "Eyecontact" - 51:20
Disc Three: Live At The Children Of The Corn Festival 1997
- "Sense and Sinsemilla" - 13:41
- "Screwgun" - 11:25
- "Byram's World" - 15:51
- "Yes, Dear" - 19:49
- "Howmuch Longer" - 12:05
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