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Live Acoustic


Download links and information about Live Acoustic by Guster. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:02:28 minutes.

Artist: Guster
Release date: 2013
Genre: Rock, Alternative Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:02:28
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No. Title Length
1. Backyard (Live) 2:58
2. Do You Love Me (Live) 3:36
3. Long Way Down (Live) 4:33
4. That's No Way to Get to Heaven (Live) 2:19
5. What You Call Love (Live) 3:43
6. Beginning of the End (Live) 3:09
7. Diane (Live) 3:57
8. Rocketship (Live) 4:16
9. Empire State (Live) 4:41
10. Rise and Shine (Live) 3:13
11. Two Points for Honesty (Live) 3:41
12. Either Way (Live) 4:29
13. Satellite (Live) 4:29
14. Rainy Day (Live) 4:52
15. Hang On (Live) 4:18
16. This Could All Be Yours (Live) 4:14



For longtime Guster fans, the Boston band's 2013 album Live Acoustic is kind of a big deal—especially when you consider that Guster was formed as a live acoustic trio but it took the group 22 years to release a proper live acoustic set. From the opening version of “Backyard,” a rich resonance is immediately noticeable. That’s because these songs were recorded inside a Presbyterian church in Austin, Texas—which makes this stripped-down version of “That’s No Way to Get to Heaven” just that much more special. Accompanied by The Guster String Players, songs like the normally peppy “Do You Love Me” play with a dimension of pop sophistication that at times recall Phil Spector’s famed recording techniques. Not even an eerie-sounding theremin or the beautiful string arrangements can upstage the soaring vocal harmonies that echo through the church in an exceptionally lush rendition of “Long Way Down.” The large, roomy sound and dramatic string tones are especially conducive to Guster’s more melancholic musings, like the lovelorn “Rocketship” and “Rainy Day.”