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The Decemberists to Release Live Album

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The Decemberists
announced the upcoming release of their first live album, We All Raise Our Voices To The Air (Live Songs 04.11-08.11). This 20-song live double-album (and corresponding triple-vinyl release) will be out March 13th. We All Raise Our Voices To The Air will feature performances from The Decemberists' Popes of Pendarvia World Tour last year.

Although The Decemberists have visited Madison plenty of times, we were unfortunately left out of this tour (and album). You can still expect to hear some intriguing live renditions of their songs from great venues like the Ryman in Nashville and Stubb's in Austin. To keep up on pre-order info, check out The Decemberists' website.






Tracklist

Disc 1
1.      The Infanta
2.      Calamity Song
3.      Rise To Me
4.      The Soldiering Life
5.      We Both Go Down Together
6.      The Bagman’s Gambit
7.      Down By The Water
8.      Leslie Ann Levine
9.      The Rake’s Song
10.    The Crane Wife 1, 2, and 3
Disc 2
1.      Oceanside
2.      Billy Liar
3.      Grace Cathedral Hill
4.      All Arise!
5.      Rox In The Box
6.      June Hymn
7.      Dracula’s Daughter > O Valencia!
8.      This Is Why We Fight
9.      The Mariner’s Revenge Song
10.    I Was Meant For The Stage



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