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The Jayhawks

Tramps (New York, NY)

Apr 8, 1995

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  1. 1 Two Angels 04:47
  2. 2 I'd Run Away 03:38
  3. 3 Ten Little Kids 04:37
  4. 4 Dan Murphy Introduction 00:25
  5. 5 Take Me With You (When You Go) 05:20
  6. 6 Over My Shoulder 03:55
  7. 7 Clouds 06:22
  8. 8 Waiting For The Sun 04:44
  9. 9 Pray For Me 03:45
  10. 10 stage banter / introductions 00:39
  11. 11 Red's Song 04:28
  12. 12 Stage Banter 00:32
  13. 13 Blue 03:37
  14. 14 The Baltimore Sun 03:45
  15. 15 Martin's Song 03:31
  16. 16 Two Hearts 03:51
  17. 17 Stage Banter 00:30
  18. 18 Nothing Left To Borrow 03:44
  19. 19 See Him On The Street 03:18
  20. 20 Stage Banter 00:16
  21. 21 Bad Time 03:49
  22. 22 Miss William's Guitar 03:41
  23. 23 Encore Applause 00:50
  24. 24 Stage Banter 00:47
  25. 25 Sister Cry 06:16
  26. 26 Six Pack On The Dashboard 03:50
  27. 27 Ain't No End 04:16
  28. 28 Real Light 03:42
  29. 29 encore #2 applause 00:50
  30. 30 Stage Banter 00:38
  31. 31 You Ain't Goin' Nowhere 04:19
  32. 32 Song Intro 00:28
  33. 33 If You Really Want Me To, I'll Go 03:16
  34. 34 Stage Banter 00:30
  35. 35 Get The Load Out 05:15
  36. 36 Witchita 06:52
  37. 37 Lights 06:47
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Liner Notes

Mark Olson - vocals, guitar; Gary Louris - vocals, guitar; Marc Perlman - bass; Karen Grotberg - keyboards, vocals; Tim O'Reagan - drums;; Guest:; Dan Murphy - guitar, vocals

Recorded at Tramps in New York City, enjoy The Jayhawks performing live just seven weeks after Tomorrow the Green Grass was released. Arguably the group's finest hour, they perform that album in its entirety save but one song over the course of this lengthy concert. Fleshed out with choice material from their 1992 breakthrough album Hollywood Town Hall and a couple of choice covers (including Dylan's "You Ain't Going Nowhere"), this set is The Jayhawks performing before a very appreciative audience at a key moment in the group's history.


Mark Olson would depart by year's-end to pursue working with Victoria Williams and although the band would continue, they never quite recaptured the vocal harmonies and catchy melodies heard in such abundance here. Also of note is a guest appearance by Soul Asylum's Dan Murphy, who joins in on "Take Me With You (When You Go)," "Over My Shoulder", "Clouds," the hit single "Waiting For The Sun" and "Pray For Me" early on in the show and who returns during the final encores. Indeed, this recording captures a peak moment for The Jayhawks, when the partnership between singer-songwriters Mark Olson and Gary Louris was still strong and their vision of melodic country rock had come to full fruition.

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Mark Olson - vocals, guitar; Gary Louris - vocals, guitar; Marc Perlman - bass; Karen Grotberg - keyboards, vocals; Tim O'Reagan - drums;; Guest:; Dan Murphy - guitar, vocals

Recorded at Tramps in New York City, enjoy The Jayhawks performing live just seven weeks after Tomorrow the Green Grass was released. Arguably the group's finest hour, they perform that album in its entirety save but one song over the course of this lengthy concert. Fleshed out with choice material from their 1992 breakthrough album Hollywood Town Hall and a couple of choice covers (including Dylan's "You Ain't Going Nowhere"), this set is The Jayhawks performing before a very appreciative audience at a key moment in the group's history.


Mark Olson would depart by year's-end to pursue working with Victoria Williams and although the band would continue, they never quite recaptured the vocal harmonies and catchy melodies heard in such abundance here. Also of note is a guest appearance by Soul Asylum's Dan Murphy, who joins in on "Take Me With You (When You Go)," "Over My Shoulder", "Clouds," the hit single "Waiting For The Sun" and "Pray For Me" early on in the show and who returns during the final encores. Indeed, this recording captures a peak moment for The Jayhawks, when the partnership between singer-songwriters Mark Olson and Gary Louris was still strong and their vision of melodic country rock had come to full fruition.