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Live at Jerusalem
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Live at Jerusalem.
Live album by Om
Released May 28 2008
Recorded 5th June 2007 in Jerusalem, Israel
Genre Stoner Metal, Experimental
Length 35:27
Label Southern Lord Records
Producer Om, Bob Weston
Om chronology
Pilgrimage
(2007)
Live at Jerusalem
(2008)
Gebel Barkal
(2008)

Live at Jerusalem is the first live album of the experimental metal band Om and the only official live album to feature the original lineup. It was recorded at Club Uganda in Jerusalem on December 5, 2007. This performance is a portion of a five-hour performance and billed as the final release to feature drummer Chris Hakius, who left the band that year. The cover features a photograph of Elder Michael of Valaam.

BackgroundEdit

In late 2007, Om embarked on a short tour of Israel along with a date at All Tomorrow Parties' The Nightmare Before Christmas, billed as Israel Pilgrimage. As indicated from the heading, only a portion of the full recording was released for this single LP, limited to 3100 machine-numbered copies.

Some reviews gave criticism to the release, largely for it's sound quality.

TracklistEdit

Live at Jerusalem
No. Title Length
1. "Flight of The Eagle"   21:50
2. "Bhima's Theme"   13:37
Total length:
35:27

PersonnelEdit

External LinksEdit

ReferencesEdit


V·T·E Om
Current Members Al CisnerosEmil AmosRobert Aiki Aubrey Lowe
Past Members Chris Hakius
Studio Albums Variations on a ThemeConference of the BirdsPilgrimageGod Is GoodAdvaitic Songs
Splits Inerrant Rays of Infallible Sun (Blackship Shrinebuilder)Om / Six Organs of Admittance
Singles Gebel BarkalAddis DubplateGethsemane Dubplate
Live Albums Live at JerusalemLive ConferenceLive
Associated Bands and Artists SleepThe SabiansShrinebuilderGrailsHoly Mountain RecordsBilly AndersonDavid V. D'andrea

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