Live At Rock The House (04.27.1994)

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Jess Raspe and Glenn Vistica booked alternative bands for the club Rock The House in northern New Jersey (Wallington). The last band they booked was Possum Dixon. Check out this great live soundboard recording. A treat for lovers of bootleg tapes.

BAND:
Rob Zabrecky – vocal, bass
Celso Chavez – guitar
Robert O´Sullivan – guitar, keys
Richard Treul – drums

SETLIST:
She Drives (partial)
In Buildings
We’re All Happy
Nerves
Here She Comes
Invisible
Pharmaceutical Itch
Damn The Rainbow
Regina
Watch The Girl Destroy Me
Executive Slacks/Borderline (Madonna)
For Your Love (Yardbirds)
Elevators
The Days Of Wine And Roses (The Dream Syndicate)

Source: The Adventure Of Jeff & Unkajeff

Promotion Film New Sheets

This promotion footage called New Sheets is from the enhanced CD New Sheets, the bands 3rd full length album released in 1998. The film starts with Rob Zabrecky doing some neat magic tricks, and from 05:30 the song Only In The Summertime starts and Byron, Celso and 2 unidentified persons joins Rob. Filmed by J. Sterns and P. Dixon, camera Paul Horn and lights by Andrew Takeyuchi. The enhanced CD features pictures, music videos and a game called Magic Show.

Pill Module

celso chavez

Source: facebook

Early 2000 I correspond briefly with Celso. We talked about family, guitars and amps, favorite records and what music project we were doing at that moment. We exchanged songs, and he sent me some tracks from his new project Pill Module. Celso and Matt Devine (who played on the original version of Watch The Girl Destroy Me) recorded an EP called Photographs Will Be Taken released on CD-R on Fort Bliss Recordings in 2003. Songs where recorded in Matt’s studio. All songs by Chavez/Devine.

Tracklist:
Sunset Ltd
Wicked Thing
Day Of The Long Breath
(Down At The) Black Lite
Westlake

This is not Possum Dixon, but a Pill Module song (Down At The) Black Lite from the EP  Photographs Will Be Taken.

On youtube there is 3 demo recordings from 2001. Great picture of Celso laying down tracks on a 4-track recorder. On the pictures you can also see his beloved electric guitar:  Fender Telecaster Thinline from 1972. Celso purchased the guitar with his first advance money from Interscope Records. Celso did pawn the guitar, and a close friend, Zack De la Cruz, tried to track it down by hitting up every pawnshop in Southern California. He didn’t succeed before he contacted Fenders corporate headquarters in Corona for serial numbers. Zack eventually found it in Thailand and purchased it.



Source: Wayne Lewis