LIVE: Project/Object @ Valentine’s Music Hall, 10/26/11

Project Object

Ray White with Project Object

Project/Object gave Albany a fun glimpse into ’70s Frank Zappa music in a club setting. From the instrumentation to the dancability to the voices, one got to hear Zappa’s signature style throughout the show.

Being up front, I was particularly entralled with Ray White’s performance, as he was quite a visual showman. Another Zappa alum Ike Willis also got down on guitar. The song “Hot Rats” was very well sung by Ike and was performed as a duo, which was a treat.

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Atop the keyboards was a new instrument utilizing static electricity that was a cool part of the show. The keyboardist could also play the keys with a harmonica in hand – a nice trick.

It was a fun show, and a big crowd of Frank fans were in attendance for the two-set-long performance.

Review and photographs by Timothy Reidy

PROJECT/OBJECT with Ike Willis & Ray White SET LIST
Trouble Every Day
Florentine Pogen
Mr. Green Genes
A Pound for a Brown
Tell Me You Love Me
Willie the Pimp
Inca Roads
Carolina Hard-Core Ecstasy
In France
Easy Meat
T’Mershi Duween
Little Girl of Mine
Baby Snakes
The Meek Shall Inherit Nothing
Outside Now
Echidna’s Arf
Don’t You Ever Wash That Thing?
Cosmik Debris
Zomby Woof

Project Object

Ike Willis with Project Object

Eric Svalgard plays the theremin

Eric Svalgard plays the theremin

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4 Responses to “LIVE: Project/Object @ Valentine’s Music Hall, 10/26/11”

  1. Roger Noyes says:

    I can’t believe I missed this! Ah!

  2. The Theramin is actually not a new instrument. It was invented in 1928. What is new is that I am using it’s CV (control voltage) for various parameters of the Moog Voyager.

  3. Mr. Reidy says:

    thanks eric, It was new for me.

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