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Seventeen (Live Acoustic)


Download links and information about Seventeen (Live Acoustic) by Samples. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:16:05 minutes.

Artist: Samples
Release date: 2003
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:16:05
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No. Title Length
1. Wild River (Colorado) [Live Acoustic] 5:04
2. Seventeen (Live Acoustic) 4:58
3. Seany Boy (Live Acoustic) 3:21
4. Sacred Stones (Live Acoustic) 4:04
5. Indiana (Live Acoustic) 3:46
6. Buffalo Herds and Windmills (Live Acoustic) 4:39
7. Last Summer (Live Acoustic) 5:42
8. Streets in the Rain (Live Acoustic) 3:30
9. Close to the Fires (Live Acoustic) 4:58
10. Losing End of Distance (Live Acoustic) 4:33
11. Little Silver Ring (Live Acoustic) 4:15
12. When the Day Is Done (Live Acoustic) 4:47
13. Blue (Live Acoustic) 3:50
14. Who Am I? (Live Acoustic) 5:57
15. We All Move On (Live Acoustic) 3:24
16. Feel Us Shaking (Live Acoustic) 4:50
17. Taking Us Home (Live Acoustic) 4:27



With Seventeen, the Samples' Sean Kelly and Tom Askin strip down some of their band's most beloved songs and present them intimately to a mindful Quinnipiac College audience. More than just a souvenir of that evening, this compelling live disc — named for both the song and the number of tracks — gives band staples like "Who Am I?" and "Seany Boy" a welcome, relaxed feel. Recorded at the end of a nationwide acoustic trek, Kelly and Askin (along with Vertical Horizon's Ed Toth on percussion) perform their distinctive Sting-meets-the Grateful Dead material, using piano accents to warm these extracts from the Samples' songbook. Some could balk that Seventeen is a stopgap release between the outfit's last studio album, 2001's Return to Earth, and its imminent follow-up, but by breathing new life into aging numbers like "Feel Us Shaking" and "Close to the Fires" (both from their 1989 self-titled debut), these nuggets sound new again. ~ John D. Luerssen, Rovi