The Mark Lanegan Band - Live In Session On MBE KCRW FM 2012-02-09
KCRW Radio FM Broadcast
Santa Monica, California.
Source: FM Broadcast
Remote Live Broadcast From The Village Studio - West Los Angeles, California
AIRED: Thursday February 9, 2012
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02.The Gravedigger's Song
04.Bleeding Muddy Water
08.Saint Louis Elegy
10.Ode To Sad Disco
14.Quiver Syndrome (incomplete-fadeout)
Mark Lanegan - Vocals,
Jean-Phillipe de Gheest - Drums,
Aldo Struyf - Keys, Guitar,
Steven Janssens - Guitar,
Frederic Jacques - Bass
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Mark Lanegan (born November 25, 1964) is an American alternative rock musician and singer-songwriter.
Born and raised in Ellensburg, Washington, Lanegan began his musical career in 1985, forming the grunge
band Screaming Trees with Gary Lee Conner, Van Conner and Mark Pickerel. During his time in the band,
Lanegan also started a low-key solo career and released his first solo studio album, The Winding Sheet,
in 1990. Since 1990, he has released a further six studio albums and has received moderate commercial
success and critical recognition.
Lanegan has also collaborated with various artists and bands throughout his career. Following the dissolution
of The Screaming Trees in 2000, he became a member of Queens of the Stone Age and is featured on three of the
band's albums—Rated R (2000), Songs for the Deaf (2002) and Lullabies to Paralyze (2005). Lanegan also formed
The Gutter Twins with Greg Dulli in 2003, released three collaboration albums with former Belle and Sebastian
singer Isobel Campbell, and contributed to releases by Melissa Auf der Maur, Martina Topley Bird, Creature with
the Atom Brain Bomb the Bass, Soulsavers and Mad Season.
Lanegan has a distinctive baritone voice that has been desribed "as scratchy as a three-day beard yet as supple
and pliable as moccasin leather" and compared to Tom Waits.
Mark William Lanegan
November 25, 1964 (age 47)
Ellensburg, Washington, United States
Seattle, Washington, United States
Alternative rock, grunge, blues
Singer-songwriter, musician, vocalist
Vocals, guitar, violin
Sub Pop, Beggars Banquet, 4AD
Queens of the Stone Age,
The Gutter Twins,