Live from Austin Tx
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Binding: Audio CD
Brand: New West (Record Label)
EAN: 0607396610723
Feature: Shrink-wrapped
Item Dimensions: 2858315535
Label: New West Records
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: New West Records
Model: 2076776
MPN: 6116
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: January 09, 2007
Publisher: New West Records
Release Date: January 09, 2007
Studio: New West Records

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Disc 1:
  1. Outro
  2. Outro with Bees
  3. Behind the House
  4. Ghost Wiring
  5. Deep Red Bells
  6. Knock Loud
  7. Hex
  8. Maybe Sparrow
  9. Wayfaring Stranger
  10. Furnace Room Lullaby
  11. In California
  12. Buckets of Rain
  13. Look for Me (I'll Be Around)
  14. Alone and Forsaken
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
The latest release from the acclaimed Live From Austin, TX Austin City Limits series is the CD version of Neko Case's 2003 appearance. The DVD release was heralded by NOW magazine as ''a career-defining session, signaling the ascendancy of a powerful new voice in American Music.'' Since its inception, the series has shipped almost 1 million units and garnered its first Gold release, with others nearing Gold certification.
What k.d. lang branded "torch and twang" might serve as a starting point for a description of Neko Case's music, but the uniqueness of a style that incorporates country roots, punk attitude, and supper-club sophistication defies classification. Her 2003 debut performance on the Austin City Limits series (also available on DVD) showcases Case's artistry in a stripped-down setting, with stand-up bassist Tom Ray serving as a one-man rhythm section, Jon Rauhouse providing multi-instrumental virtuosity on banjo and a variety of guitars, and Kelly Hogan supplying impeccable harmony support. Case was touring at the time behind her Blacklisted album, though the setlist strays farther. On "Hex," written by Freakwater's Catherine Irwin, Case and Hogan could pass as the Louvin Sisters, while Bob Dylan's "Buckets of Rain" receives a languid reading punctuated by Rauhouse's Hawaiian lap-steel guitar. "Deep Red Bells" emphasizes the western side of country & western, with the more experimental "Maybe Sparrow" combining banjo and edgy atmospherics. Throughout, the bare-bones arrangements let the songs breathe and Case's voice soar. --Don McLeese

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