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Pravada

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Location:Indianapolis, Indiana
Categorized as:Indie Rock, Pop, New Wave, Metal, Rock
Members:Jesse Lee
Casey Tennis
Hubert Glover
Website:pravada.bandcamp.com/
Label:Liquor InThe Boom Box
Total Request:10320 (7782 downloads, 2538 plays)
Total Request:10320 (7782 downloads, 2538 plays)
About:

Jesse Lee: sings, cello and guitars.

Casey Tennis: drums, keyboards, percussion, guitar. 

Hubert Glover: Bass


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by Taylor Peters
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357 requests

 2014

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    01 Campfire Song
     
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    02 Flatbush
     
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    03 Junky's Life
     
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    04 Teacher
     
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    05 Someone Else
     
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    06 Touch Too Much
     
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    07 Straight Guys
     
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    08 Molly
     
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    09 Pauline
     
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    10 You're Fun
     

 
138 requests

 MFT,

 Pravada's debut album. Recorded by Lon Paul Ellrich. Manus Plere may have never made it out of Queensize Studio's, but we played some fortunate shows around the time we were recording. These shows happened to be judged by music people...it was called a 'band of the battle' or something. In the end, Pravada earned second place. Tipping our hat to the first place outfit, . . We were still ecstatic; (we had no money, no car, furniture, food, or tender touches. So, it was really great.)
With our prizes, Jesse and I headed down to Echo Park Studios with Lon Paul Ellrich and Mr. Andy Fry to mix and master Manus Plere. We were graciously assisted by Kevin Loyal and the aloof Michael Stucker. One of the prizes was 50 burned copies (blue bottoms)((ugh)) with artwork! So Pravada was ready for a release show. The future was brightening. Some time later Jeb Banner released Manus Plere on his label MFT Records. 


We love this album, raw, live (ish) fare share of improv. I get a very natural woody- dry- spacious- analog feeling when I listen to it. Enjoy!

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    01 One Foot in Front of the Other
     
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    02 Judi
     
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    03 Atlas
     
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    04 Jan Says
     
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    05 Best Friends
     
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    06 Tiny Miracles
     
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    07 I Started to Live
     
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    08 End Ever
     
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    09 Holding Hands
     
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    10 Alone in the Afternoon
     
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    11 River Shouzou
     

 
 
762 requests

 Board recording by Jeb of Jonee Quest mix

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    1 I Started To Live
     
     
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    2 Disbelief
     
     
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    3 Atlas
     
     
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    4 90s
     
     
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    5 Molly
     
     
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    6 Holding Hands
     
     
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    7 Straight Guys
     
     
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    8 Judi
     
     
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    9 Inside My Heart
     
     
 
 
  • So glad this band is picking up momentum again.....so glad.
    by sara c on Dec 16, 2013
  • Atlas is still one of the best songs i've ever heard
    by dave carter on Aug 12, 2013
  • Best friends.
    by Andrew J Gustin on Dec 13, 2011

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Recent Blog Posts

3/28/17
by Taylor Peters
Playlist: Foggy Memories of Bloomington
"Survival" - The Impossible Shapes "Dearest Duchess" - The Delicious "This...
3/17/17
by Eric Alexander
Guest Playlist: Sir Deja Doog, "Creamy Moonlight Calling"
Welcome, lycanthropes. Come chew a little wolfsbane and lap the sweet beams of creamy moonlightrefle...
3/9/17
by Natty Morrison
Obtuse: A New Breed of Indy Dance Party
Close your eyes and picture a DJ and tell me, what do you see? Maybe it starts with the scene of an ...