The Lot 13 Show is an excerpt of the Maravines' performance at the Lot 13 Long Bar and Grill, in Bayonne, New Jersey, on Friday night, July 17th, 2015. The price for entry is 7 dollars. They went onto the stage at 8: 30 P. m. The other bands that played that night were the experimental rock band Japanda, the alternative pop rock group S. H. R. B., and the psychedelic rock band Chimes. There were approximately sixty people in the audience, during the performance.
On Lot 13 Show, Chris Lee plays the electric guitar, and he sings. Evan Pope plays the drums. There are two songs, which are on their up and coming studio album, Sloan, and one cover version of a Nirvana song. The three tracks run for 7 minutes, and 18 seconds. The File's size, for the album in M. P. E. G. 1, Audio Layer III, at 320, 000 bytes per second, and in Stereophonic sound is 17, 567, 744 bytes. The writers, the musicians, and the database identification numbers are in the song list.
The first song in the set list, and the first track is Turcoa, on Sloan. The lyrics, and the song writing are by Chris Lee, who plays the electric guitar, and he sings. Evan Pope plays the drums. The length of the track is 2 minutes, and 56 seconds. The identification numbers are AcoustID 4258ff7e-e10a-48cb-ab19-a1ffbbb012f4.
The second track is Fast Lane Geisha, on Sloan. The lyrics, and the song writing are by Chris Lee, who plays the electric guitar, and he sings. Evan Pope plays the drums. The length of the track is 2 minutes, and 57 seconds. The AcoustID is 18ac0287-a128-4033-8106-1ff16de2d1aa.
The third track is an excerpt of the All Apologies, from In Utero, by Nirvana. The electric guitar is by Chris Lee, who also sings. Evan Pope plays the drums. The length of the track 1 minute, and 25 seconds. The AcoustID is c4075d84-dd15-461e-8051-3e9697fbdf6b.
The electric guitar is a Fender Stratocaster, and the cymbals, and the hi hat are Zildjian. The recording is made by the Maravines, at the Lot 13 Long Bar and Grill, at 179 Avenue E., in Bayonne, New Jersey, 07002. The mastering is by Chris Lee, with Acoustica Mixcraft Version 8, on an L. G. Gram computer.
The Front Cover is made from the show poster, which is by Nicholas Maratta. The design is by Chris Lee. 2015, and 2022 The Maravines. The album is free, and public domain.