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Welcome Home: Live At the Arlington Theatre, Santa Barbara (1992)


Download links and information about Welcome Home: Live At the Arlington Theatre, Santa Barbara (1992) by Toad The Wet Sprocket. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:14:19 minutes.

Artist: Toad The Wet Sprocket
Release date: 2005
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:14:19
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No. Title Length
1. Walk On the Ocean (Live) 3:17
2. One Little Girl (Live) 3:42
3. Scenes from a Vinyl Recliner (Live) 4:26
4. All I Want (Live) 3:06
5. Jam (Live) 3:16
6. Before You Were Born (Live) 3:27
7. Butterflies (Live) 4:49
8. Torn (Live) 3:06
9. Chile (Live) 4:40
10. Nightingale Song (Live) 2:35
11. Brother (Live) 4:10
12. Hold Her Down (Live) 3:12
13. Come Back Down (Live) 3:05
14. Stories I Tell (Live) 5:03
15. Know Me (Live) 6:09
16. Way Away (Live) 3:21
17. Is It for Me (Live) 3:39
18. Fall Down (Live) 3:43
19. I Will Not Take These Things for Granted (Live) 5:33



On September 30, 1992, Toad the Wet Sprocket played the Arlington Theater in their hometown of Santa Barbara, just at the point at which they were breaking through to national stardom. Twelve years later, this archival document of their performance appeared, the four band members augmented on-stage by keyboardist Bruce Winter. It offers what followers of the band would expect: a tight set of 19 tunes, almost all of them drawn from their early albums, signifying their position among the most popular bands treading the interface between R.E.M.-influenced alternative rock and the mainstream. Renditions of all of their early hits are here, including "Walk on the Ocean," "All I Want," "Come Back Down," "One Little Girl," and "Fall Down." It's short, however, on the repertoire oddities that some collectors value in live albums — even "Brother," which was initially buried on the So I Married an Axe Murderer soundtrack, came out on the rarities collection In Light Syrup, though "Fall Down" was a ways off from being released at the time it was played in concert here.