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Nov. 9th


Country of origin:

U.S.

Type of music generally:

Fierce dramatic pop/rock

Status:

Only known release, Waiting Like Witch Doctors, 1992

See also:

The Ectophiles' Guide entry for Kristeen Young and WaterWorks

Comparisons:

Kristeen Young's solo work and her work with WaterWorks

Covers/own material:

Own

General comments:

This is one of Kristeen Young's early bands, and her first recording on cd, and it's clear that even this early on her talent is a force to be reckoned with as she dominates the band's sound in a wonderful way. The sound hints strong at the power and drive her future music will have. (Neile)

Comments about live performance:

I originally heard Nov. 9th open up for a free Disappear Fear concert here years and years ago. I was suitably impressed with the music and Kristeen's voice, to buy the CD. The CD though did not showcase Kristeen Young's range or power. (iflin@speakeasy.net)

Recommended first album:

Waiting Like Witch Doctors only known release

Recordings:

Waiting Like Witch Doctors

Waiting Like Witch Doctors

Release info:

1992--independant release--N9CD1

Availability:

St. Louis distribution only--out of print

Ecto priority:

Highly recommended for Kristeen Young fans

Group members:

Patrick Conway--guitars, vocals
Danny Kathriner--drums
Scott Roever--guitars
Chris Sauer--bass
Kristine Young [Kristeen Young]--vocals, piano

Produced by:

Steve Higdon and Nov. 9th

Comments:

from what i remember of the Nov. 9th album (i haven't listened to it in a while) the songs are pretty much power pop songs, in the same vein as say Belly. The CD though did not showcase Kristeen Young's range or power. (iflin@speakeasy.net)

I would agree with this, though I think this is a little more odd than Belly ever was. And though the album isn't as good as any of Kristeen Young's later recordings (she's been getter clearly better, more powerful and more interesting as time goes on) it still has a spark that I find makes it well worth tracking down, especially for fans of Kristeen Young's later work. (Neile)


Thanks to Bob Kollmeyer for his work on this entry.

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