Live At Orion
The energy from Djam Karet's 1997 release "The Devouring" was focused into a small tour from which "Live At Orion", released in 1999, was recorded. "Live At Orion" contains improvised live versions of music from five of their previous studio albums performed with fire and passion. Digitally recorded and mixed at the now famous Orion Sound Studios, "Live At Orion" was given a glowing review in Billboard magazine and received their "Critic's Choice Award". The Courier Journal Scene stated, "Challenging to listen to and full of surprises... complex, sometimes brooding, sometimes joyous..." while Innerviews had this to say, "Jagged, feral epics with a revitalized edge and spirit that reinforces its status as one of the world's most interesting instrumental rock acts."
|05:16||Technology And Industry||Instrumental|
|08:00||Forbidden By Rule||Instrumental|
|09:30||Reflections From The Firepool||Instrumental|
|08:13||Province 19: The Visage Of War||Instrumental|
|14:13||Jammin At Mike & J's||Instrumental|
|09:24||Run Ceberus Run||Instrumental|
|Gayle Ellett||Electric Guitar, Keyboards, Effects, Mixing, Production|
|Mike Henderson||Electric Guitar, Production|
|Chuck Oken, Jr.||Drums, Keyboards, Effects, Production|
|Henry J. Osborne||Electric Bass, Bottled Bass, Production|
|Mike Potter||Engineering, Mixing|
|Denison Wright||Photography, Photo Manipulation|
|Gary Flick||Cover Photography|
|Digitally recorded on 24 tracks at Orion Sound Studios, Baltimore, Maryland, on the evenings of September 25 & 26, 1998.
Mixed at Orion Sound, December 4, 5 and 6, 1998.
Mastered at SAE Mastering.