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New Mad Season Material

Mike McCready, Duff McKagan, and Barrett Martin are recording new Mad Season material

The three musicians are currently in the studio cutting tracks

Read more on consequenceofsound.net

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Mad Season Reunion (2)

The show took place on Jan 30th, here is some coverage:

TICKETS AND SETLIST

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Sonic Evolution Setlist:

Con Seattle Symphony:
1.- “Ashes” (de Yann Robin, inspirado en Kurt Cobain)
2.- “Beyond Much Difference” (de Angelique Poteat, inspirado en Pearl Jam)
3.- Mike McCready y Matt Cameron – “Walking the Horizon”

– INTERMEDIO –

Seattle Symphony con Mad Season:
4.- Long Gone Day
5.- River of Deceit
6.- I Don’t Know Anything

Mad Season sin Seattle Symphony:
7.- Wake Up (con Matt Cameron y Kim Virant)
8.- Lifeless Dead (con Jeff Angell)
9.- I’m Above (con Jeff Angell y Kim Virant)

Temple Of The Dog:
10.- Call Me A Dog
11.- Reach Down

Mad Season:
12.- All Alone (con Sean Kinney y voz grabada de Layne Staley)

(source: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=383875738403794&id=178971208894249)

PICTURES

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(source: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=383875318403836&id=178971208894249)

mad season 2015 b

(source: https://www.facebook.com/alicinchainsitalia/photos/a.552475098149060.1073741826.328984437164795/858127784250455/?type=1)

mad season 2015 c

 (source: https://www.facebook.com/chriscornell/photos/a.116887764686.94354.5052659686/10153030782924687/?type=1)

For more pictures see https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.791502494259966.1073741951.232077143535840&type=1

PERFORMANCE

Playlist on YouTube

ARTICLES

http://consequenceofsound.net/2015/01/mad-season-reunites-seminal-grunge-outfit-performs-first-show-in-20-years-watch/

http://www.rollingstone.com/music/live-reviews/mad-season-temple-of-the-dog-reunite-at-overwhelming-one-off-show-20150131#ixzz3QPkvJp9K

TOTD reunion

Mad Season Reunion (1)

Mike McCready and Barrett Martin are planning at least one – gig reunion of Mad Season with Chris Cornell and Duff McKagan. Read more about the event here:

http://ultimateclassicrock.com/mad-season-reunion/

 http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/6406402/mad-season-reunion-chris-cornell-seattle

http://www.alternativenation.net/photo-mad-seasons-full-new-lineup-rehearsing/

Why Mark Lanegan isn’t there?!

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Mad Season ‘Long Gone Day’

LONG GONE DAY
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Mad Season Long Gone Day

So much blood I’m starting to drown
Runs from cold to colder
Time to time the sky’s come down
To help me lose my way
Tears and lies for answers
You and open veins, God knows I’m gone
Girl I just want you to
Come on down
Lord it’s a storm and I’m heading to fall
These sins are mine and I’ve done wrong, oh babe
Come on downLong Gone Day
Mmmm, who ever said
We wash away with the rainSee you all from time to time
Isn’t it so strange
How far away we all are now
Am I the only one who remembers that summer
Oh, I remember
Everyday each time the place was saved
The music that we made
The wind has carried all of that awayLong gone day
Mmmm, who ever said
We wash away with the rain

So many tears I’m starting to drown
The rain in heaven’s all come down
Silver spoons affix the crown
The luckless ones are broken
Fears and lies for answers
You and open flames
God knows I’m gone
And I just want you to
Come on down, hmmm

Lord it’s a storm and I’m heading to fall
These sins are mine and I’ve done wrong
I want you to, oh, I just want you to
Come on down

I fear again, like then, I’ve lost my way
And shout to God to bring my sunny day

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Barrett Martin About Layne Staley

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“Layne was an extremely intelligent, humorous, and gracious human being, and he cared about things like politeness and kindness to strangers, qualities that seem to be forgotten in today’s narcissism culture. He laughed easily and talked openly with his fans, and his guest list at shows was always reserved for the young, marginalized people who couldn’t afford to buy a ticket. Those were Layne’s people, the ones without a voice, and through the power of poetic language, Layne gave them a voice. He once told me a story about his first tour in South America, where, after a show in Rio de Janeiro, some of these new friends had taken him to a beautiful, jungle-like park on the outskirts of the city. As they sat on the Earth talking under a canopy of trees, a tiny marmoset only a few inches tall leapt onto Layne’s shoulder and resided there for quite some time, much to the amazement and delight of everyone. Layne said it was one of the greatest experiences he ever had on tour, and years later I saw many of these tiny creatures when I toured Brazil, but they always seemed rather terrified of humans. Apparently however, they loved Layne”
— Barrett Martin

From https://www.facebook.com/frostflake09/photos/a.148053965288038.32791.147383282021773/685697014857061/?type=1