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Live Blood (Live in London, 2011)


Download links and information about Live Blood (Live in London, 2011) by Peter Gabriel. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 02:21:05 minutes.

Artist: Peter Gabriel
Release date: 2012
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 22
Duration: 02:21:05
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No. Title Length
1. Intruder (Live in London, 2011) 6:04
2. Wallflower (Live in London, 2011) 7:26
3. The Boy in the Bubble (Live in London, 2011) 4:33
4. Après Moi (Live in London, 2011) 5:26
5. The Drop (Live in London, 2011) 2:46
6. Washing of the Water (Live in London, 2011) 4:21
7. The Book of Love (Live in London, 2011) 3:55
8. Darkness (Live in London, 2011) 6:33
9. The Power of the Heart (Live in London, 2011) 6:40
10. Biko (Live in London, 2011) 6:52
11. San Jacinto (Live in London, 2011) 7:45
12. Digging in the Dirt (Live in London, 2011) 6:07
13. Signal to Noise (Live in London, 2011) 8:47
14. Downside Up (Live in London, 2011) 6:27
15. Mercy Street (Live in London, 2011) 6:48
16. The Rhythm of the Heat (Live in London, 2011) 6:55
17. Blood of Eden (Live in London, 2011) 6:36
18. Red Rain (Live in London, 2011) 7:05
19. Solsbury Hill (Live in London, 2011) 6:21
20. In Your Eyes (Live in London, 2011) 8:29
21. Don't Give Up (Live in London, 2011) 8:29
22. The Nest That Sailed the Sky (Live in London, 2011) 6:40



Peter Gabriel's third official live album came at a time when hardcore Gabriel fans were hoping for a new studio album of all new material. Yet Gabriel couldn’t be rushed, and his fascination with his reworking his own catalog—along with covering the works of others—spills over from the New Blood album of orchestral reinterpretations that he'd been working on at the time of this concert and Scratch My Back, the collection of covers that appeared in 2010. Recorded at London’s Hammersmith Apollo in March 2011, this live album is Gabriel at his most subtle, with the most jarring moments smoothed over by an orchestra’s mild weave. Fans who consider the original versions of “Intruder,” “Biko,” “Solsbury Hill,” “In Your Eyes," and “Don’t Give Up” to already give them everything they need will take time to warm up to this reinvention of their memories. For this reason, it’s not uncommon to hear fans instead praise the arrangements of Paul Simon’s “The Boy in the Bubble,” The Magnetic Fields’ “The Book of Love,” or Gabriel’s later works “Signal to Noise” and “The Drop.” Once preconceptions are voided, the music comes together beautifully.