Live from the Fall

Live From the Fall
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ReleasedJuly 2, 1996
RecordedFall 1995
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Live From the Fall is American jam band Blues Traveler's first full-length live album, released on July 2, 1996 (see 1996 in music). It presents highlights of the band's autumn 1995 tour on two discs.

Track listing[]

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Disc one[]

  1. "Love and Greed" (Chan Kinchla, John Popper) – 5:15
  2. "Mulling It Over" > (Kinchla, Popper) – 8:04
  3. "Closing Down the Park" (Kinchla, Popper) – 12:55
  4. "Regarding Steven" (Popper) – 4:42
  5. "NY Prophesie" (Kinchla, Popper) – 5:14
  6. "100 Years" (Popper) – 4:59
  7. "Crash Burn" (Kinchla, Popper) – 3:24
  8. "Gina" (Popper, Kinchla) – 6:45
  9. "But Anyway" (Kinchla, Popper) – 5:55
  10. "Mountain Cry" (Brendan Hill) – 15:17

Disc two[]

Abbreviated titles (one or two words each) are used in the liner notes to indicate the songs on this disc.

  1. "Alone" (Popper) – 15:43
  2. "Freedom" (Popper) – 4:15
  3. "The Mountains Win Again" (Bobby Sheehan) – 5:42
  4. "What's For Breakfast" (Popper, Sheehan)– 4:02
  5. "Go Outside and Drive" > (Popper) – 9:06
  6. "Low Rider" > (War)
    "Go Outside and Drive" > – 10:48
  7. "Run-Around" (Popper) – 4:35
  8. "Sweet Talking Hippie" (Hill, Kinchla, Popper, Sheehan)
    "Imagine" (John Lennon) – 19:46

Song information[]

"Closing Down the Park" is a song about the Tompkins Square Park Riot. No studio recording of it has ever been released outside of a demo.

A studio version of "Regarding Steven" is included on the CD single for "Run-Around."

The performance of "Alone" contains a previously-unreleased bridge section which later became part of the song "Traveler Suite" from Decisions of the Sky.

The "Go / Low / Go / Run" medley includes snippets from the following non-Blues Traveler songs: "Linus and Lucy," "Tequila," "Loser," "Inchworm," and "La Bamba."

"Sweet Talking Hippie" and "Imagine" are included on the same track, but both are standalone performances without a segue from one to the other.

"Sweet Talking Hippie" includes a snippet from the "Infernal Galop," composed by Jacques Offenbach for the operetta Orpheus in the Underworld.