18 Songs, 1 Hour 16 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Rateliff and company's organic, nu-soul sound gains even more gusto in a concert setting on their first live album. The legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater takes on the ambience of a small, sweaty club when Rateliff starts belting and the brass begins blasting. Whether blending his '60s R&B influences with a dash of Van Morrison on "I've Been Failing," or delivering a straight-up tribute to his roots with the closing, easy-rolling cover of Sam Cooke's "Having a Party," the soul underlying it all comes through loud and clear.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Rateliff and company's organic, nu-soul sound gains even more gusto in a concert setting on their first live album. The legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater takes on the ambience of a small, sweaty club when Rateliff starts belting and the brass begins blasting. Whether blending his '60s R&B influences with a dash of Van Morrison on "I've Been Failing," or delivering a straight-up tribute to his roots with the closing, easy-rolling cover of Sam Cooke's "Having a Party," the soul underlying it all comes through loud and clear.

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