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1200 Curfews (Live)


Download links and information about 1200 Curfews (Live). This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 28 tracks with total duration of 02:23:19 minutes.

Release date: 1995
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 28
Duration: 02:23:19
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No. Title Length
1. Joking (Indigo Girls) 4:24
2. Least Complicated (Indigo Girls) 5:18
3. Thin Line (Indigo Girls) 4:22
4. River (Indigo Girls) 3:52
5. Strange Fire (Indigo Girls) 5:13
6. Power of Two (Indigo Girls) 5:17
7. Pushing the Needle Too Far (Indigo Girls) 4:21
8. Virginia Woolf (Indigo Girls) 6:04
9. Jonas and Ezekial (Indigo Girls) 3:53
10. Tangled Up In Blue (Indigo Girls) 8:02
11. World Falls (Indigo Girls) 3:55
12. Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (Indigo Girls) 5:08
13. Ghost (Indigo Girls) 6:03
14. Dead Man's Hill (Indigo Girls) 5:33
15. I Don't Wanna Know (Indigo Girls) 3:46
16. Galileo (Indigo Girls) 5:29
17. Down By the River (Indigo Girls) 9:42
18. Love's Recovery (Indigo Girls) 5:02
19. Land of Canaan (Indigo Girls) 3:52
20. Mystery (Indigo Girls) 4:47
21. This Train Revised (Indigo Girls) 6:39
22. Back Together Again (Indigo Girls) 2:02
23. Language or the Kiss (Indigo Girls) 5:44
24. Chicken Man (Indigo Girls) 7:21
25. Midnight Train to Georgia (Indigo Girls) 5:05
26. Closer to Fine (Indigo Girls) 4:44
27. Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee (Studio Version) (Indigo Girls) 4:57
28. Go Go Go (Indigo Girls) 2:44



The Indigo Girls’ live album, 1200 Curfews, showcases the duo’s grassroots charm. Their voices have always beautifully intertwined, but their appeal has always been more than that simple combination. It’s their earnest love for the simple act of singing and playing, their lack of music star attitude, and that sense that they’d be just as comfortable singing around a campfire as headlining an arena that’s made their fans feel that spiritual bond. There are plenty of rough edges left in here to keep things grounded and real and both the rougher, darker Amy Ray and the sweeter, folkier Emily Saliers assert their very distinctive personalities. The highlights from their own career are on full, spirited display (“Joking,” “Least Complicated,” “Closer to Fine”) alongside the songs of their personal heroes: Joni Mitchell’s “River,” Buffy Sainte-Marie’s “Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee,” Neil Young’s “Down by the River,” and Bob Dylan’s “Tangled Up In Blue” as well as the classic “Midnight Train to Georgia,” a soul tune these Georgian folkies couldn’t pass up.