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Out There (Live)

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Download links and information about Out There (Live) by Dar Williams. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:10:45 minutes.

Artist: Dar Williams
Release date: 2001
Genre: Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:10:45
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. As Cool As I Am 3:47
2. If I Wrote You 4:05
3. Spring Street 5:00
4. I Won't Be Your Yoko Ono (Intro) 2:13
5. I Won't Be Your Yoko Ono 3:37
6. February 3:57
7. The Ocean 5:20
8. Better Things 3:02
9. Iowa 5:32
10. End of the Summer 4:26
11. We Learned the Sea 2:47
12. Are You Out There (Intro) 0:21
13. Are You Out There 3:02
14. When I Was a Boy 5:06
15. What Do You Hear In These Sounds 4:10
16. After All 4:48
17. The Babysitter's Here (Intro) 1:43
18. The Babysitter's Here 4:18
19. The Christians and the Pagans 3:31

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There are a number of reasons to like the music of Dar Williams, including good lyrics, a contemporary sensibility, and an ability to craft memorable tunes. There are also a couple of good reasons to like Out There Live. First, it offers a nice overview of her musical career, selecting 16 tunes from four albums, from The Honesty Room in 1993 to The Green World in 2000. Next, it's an energetic live set, at times quiet and intimate, at other times rocking and rolling with a full band. "As Cool as I Am" proves a lively set opener, complete with drums, organ, and screaming fans, while a sparkling urgency fills "Spring Street." A quiet sadness lends itself to personal pieces like "If I Wrote You" and "End of Summer," leaving the audience in a hushed trance. Williams' amusing introduction to "I Won't Be Your Yoko Ono" also offers a feminist twist on John Lennon and Ono's relationship, while she jokingly extols the virtues of free-speech radio on the minds of teenagers in "Are You out There." Great pieces like "The Christians and the Pagans," a family snapshot taken during Christmas/solstice, and "The Babysitter's Here," a wry look at the '60s, also make appearances. Out There Live will please Williams' fans and inspire everyone else to go out and buy her first four albums. ~ Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr., Rovi