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Number One Cup - Kim Chee Is Cabbage mp3 track

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Performer: Number One Cup
Title: Kim Chee Is Cabbage
Released: 1996
Style: Indie Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.5 ✦
Other format: XM WAV VOX AUD RA MP3 DXD

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Malcolm's X-Ray Picnic
2 Not Quite Reading
3 Caught Sliding
4 The House Is Falling Down
5 Stereo
Songwriter – Trevor Kampmann
6 High Diver
7 As Men Will

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Racked By Lions
  • Printed By – Fireproof Press
  • Recorded At – Idful Music
  • Recorded At – Stroppy Analog Recording
  • Mastered At – Kingsize Soundlabs
  • Glass Mastered At – Nimbus

Credits

  • Artwork – Mark Greenberg
  • Bass, Guitar, Loops, Keyboards [Korg], Keyboards [Casio] – John Przyborowski
  • Drums [Don's Drums], Cymbal – Michael Lenzi
  • Guitar, Drum Machine, Keyboards [Casio] – Patrick O'Connell
  • Guitar, Synthesizer [Moog], Keyboards [Korg], Drum Machine, Drums [Phase Drums] – Seth Cohen
  • Mastered By – John David Hiler
  • Recorded By – Brad Wood (tracks: 1), Jeff Boyd (tracks: 2 to 7)
  • Recorded By [Assistant] – Don Yanek (tracks: 2 to 7), Mark King (tracks: 2 to 7)
  • Songwriter – Number One Cup (tracks: 1 to 4, 6, 7)

Notes

#1 recorded May 1996 at Idful-Chicago.
#2-#7 recorded August 1996 at Stroppy-Chicago.
Mastered at Kingsize Sound Labs-Chicago.

#5 originally recorded by Sea Saw.

Issued in screen-printed card sleeves.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: FLY021 . :MASTERED: .BY NIMBUS.
  • Mastering SID Code (Twice): IFPI L124
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Number One Cup was founded, in a manner of speaking, by Seth Cohen, who had previously played in Eliot. He was interviewed by the alternative weekly magazine New City in 1993, and told the interviewer that he was planning to see a concert featuring Unrest, Gastr Del Sol, and Stereolab in Chicago; after the story was published, guitarist Pat O'Connell and drummer Michael Lenzi both called Cohen, and the three decided to form a band together. The group went through. Possum Trot Plan (Flydaddy Records, 1995). Kim Chee Is Cabbage EP (Flydaddy, 1996). Wrecked by Lions (Flydaddy, 1997). People People, Why Are We Fighting?

Number One Cup was founded, in a manner of speaking, by Seth Cohen, who had previously played in Eliot. He was interviewed by the alternative weekly magazine Newcity in 1993, and told the interviewer that he was planning to see a concert featuring Unrest, Gastr Del Sol, and Stereolab in Chicago; after the story was published, guitarist Pat O'Connell and drummer Michael Lenzi both called Cohen, and the three decided to form a band together. People People, Why Are We Fighting?

Kim Chee is Cabbage" is a CD EP by the Chicago indie rock group Number One Cup and released by Flydaddy in 1996.

This kimchi recipe, made with napa cabbage, is a staple side dish in Korea and is delicious in kimchi stew and stir-fried rice. Pack the mixture tightly into a clean 2-quart or 2-liter glass jar with a tightfitting lid and seal the jar. Let sit in a cool, dark place for 24 hours (the mixture may bubble).

Album: Kim Chee Is Cabbage. About: Label: Flydaddy Records ‎– FLY021 Type: CD, EP Country: US Date of released: 1996 Category: Rock Style: Indie Rock. Songwriter – Number One Cup (tracks: 1 to 4, 6, 7). Notes. recorded May 1996 at Idful-Chicago. recorded August 1996 at Stroppy-Chicago. originally recorded by Sea Saw. Issued in screen-printed card sleeves.

Kimchi making can be a daunting job. But try this authentic cabbage kimchi recipe with step by step photographed instructions.

1 cup. Kim Chee Style Cabbage. Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

2 lbs chinese cabbage 1 whole daikon radish or several red radishes 1 to 2 carrots onions and/or leeks, bunch of scallions, or shallots. as many or few as you like . Koreans, a lot of times store kimchi in an open pot using cabbage leaves as a 'cover'. modern koreans have probably adapted western food safety habits.

amount, in ounces (oz). 1/8 cup. 15 g. oz. 1/4 cup. 25 g. 1/3 cup. 35 g. 3/8 cup. 40 g. 1/2 cup. 50 g. 5/8 cup. 65 g.