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"In-your-face hip-hop beats with a solid funk attitude
layered with turntable screeches and punk jazz"
— XLR8R

This live recording is taken from Live Human's Great American Music Hall, San Francisco concert on July 14, 2001 just after the trio arrived back in their hometown off their summer European tour: a successful Euro-trek that culminated in their sold out performance at the Montreaux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. DJ Quest, Albert Mathias (percussion), and Andrew Kushin (bass) were clearly delighted to be back home and it shows in this amazing live recording. Unlike Live Human's previous studio albums (1997's "Live Human Featuring DJ Quest," 1999's "Monostereosis," and 2000 "Elephish Jellyphant") "Live Human Live" captures Live Human in their most natural element: live. "A mind-bending dollop of deftly executed improv beat magic," is how Bay Guardian writer Dave Pehling described one Live Human show. And this live recording is no different

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released June 1, 2001

dj quest: turntables
albert mathias: drums
andrew kushin: bass

Recording courtesy of John Karr
@Ear Relevant Recording SF/CA

Edited and mastered at Studio Quality by Nick Ngobility
and William K. Rudolph

cover art by Andrew Kushin
Layout/Design by Paul Datvidson
Liner notes: Billy Jam

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livehuman San Francisco, California

LiveHuman has always been many things to many people: A real-time meeting of technolog and analog, a kick-ass rhythm section with one of the baddest turntablists in the game, a free-improvising collective that channels bebop freedom with the audacity of hip-hop, and a pocket orchestra comprised of DJ Quest, drummer Albert Mathias, and upright bassist Andrew Ross Kushin. ... more

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