May 16, 2006

Superb acoustic Richard Ashcroft show

Here is an excellent acoustic set from Richard Ashcroft (former frontman of the Verve, whose new solo album Keys To The World is getting very solid reviews, and is a frequent listen ’round these parts). Recorded March 7 of this year at a sold-out show at the Paradiso in Amsterdam. The setlist has excellent flow, and the stripped-down accompaniment really allows his voice to shine. Those who were there say it was an incredible, intimate night.

01. Intro
02. Check the Meaning
03. Break The Night With Colour
04. Music is Power
05. Sweet Brother Malcolm
06. Lucky Man
07. Words Just Get In The Way
08. Keys To The World
09. Encore Break
10. History
11. Why Not Nothing
12. Bittersweet Symphony

DOWNLOAD RICHARD ASHCROFT ACOUSTIC AS A ZIP

Ashcroft returns to the same venue in a few weeks (June 7), this time with his full band. He is currently on tour in the UK & Europe.

Thanks to Jason for sharing!

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  • Can you please make this file available for download again?

    john — July 5, 2009 @ 10:31 am

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