Here is some rare footage from our farmhouse/studio. The video is glitchy and the audio gets messed up at one point. I plugged my headphone mix feed into the camcorder so the audio is hi-fi anyway. This is Gene ween getting in touch with his feminine side singing “Slow Down Boy” from our “Friends e.p.”
This is one of my favorite tv clips of us. “Pure guava” was still a new record and we had just written this song. I think this is one of our last performances as a duo. This was filmed early in the morning and we were very stoned.
Aaron and I filmed this one ourselves and played the song live. Probably the only good video we ever made.
Ween - Quebec (2003)
From the cover of the Thorns table game.
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I found this at a flea market and knew instantly that this was gonna be our album cover. I handed it to the art director and told him to draw our faces over these folks. We fell in love with the color scheme. -Mickey
Freedom of 78: Pure Guava IPA
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Freedom of the body, freedom of the mind, this bitter nectar does it all ABV 6.9%
Z-Rock Hawaii was Gene Ween, Dean Ween, Andrew Weiss, Claude Coleman Jr. of the band Ween, and the Japanese artists Yamantaka Eye, Yamamoto, Yoshimi and Yoshikawa of Boredoms.
Gene Ween No More: Aaron Freeman's New Life as a Solo Artist
The singer-guitarist talks upcoming album and how Ween had been over for years before the band ended
Ween - Nan - Las Vegas 1994
"Nan" live at The Huntridge Theater in Las Vegas on November 14th 1994. Featuring Andrew Weiss on bass and Claude Coleman on drums. This song has always been my personal favorite, and as always the guys were killing it in Vegas for a group of their most loyal fans.
Filmed by Brian Rohan w/ synced SBD audio source from a tape compiled by Kirk Miller. — with Ween at The Huntridge Theater - Las Vegas.
Q&A: Dean Ween talks new band, summer show at Stone Pony
Rocker and fisherman is hitting the road with the Dean Ween Group
Ween - You Fucked Up - Mick’s Bedroom 1987
Dean and Gene rehearsing “You Fucked Up” in Deaner’s room in the summer of 1987. Filmed by usual suspect Mr. Tom Nichols.
Aaron wrote the lyrics a few years earlier around 1985, inspired by the conflicts he was having with his stepmother.
They sure have come a long way. — with Ween in New Hope, PA.