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Album Review

After four studio albums, it seems logical for the Freddy Jones Band to finally come out with a live release that draws upon those previous outings. The band also has developed quite a rep as a live unit around their native Chicago area and this disc goes a long way toward capturing some of that live excitement. Mile High Live draws selections from Waiting for the Night ("In a Daydream"), North Ave. Wake-Up Call and Lucid along with longtime stage favorites. The group's breakthrough smash, "Wonder," is here, along with stellar performances of "One World," "Waitress," "Take the Time" (featuring a nice percussive build-up), "Mystic Buzz," "Better Tomorrow," "The Puppet" and "Texas Skies." Armed with vocals that bear a very eerie resemblance to Marshall Crenshaw, along with enough guitar chops and jamming instincts to keep up on H.O.R.D.E. tours with the likes of Blues Traveler and Big Head Todd & the Monsters, the FJB turns in a live one here that extends their reputation as a real working band.

Biography

Formed: 1992 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The Freddy Jones Band are roots-rock specialists in the tradition of groups like Little Feat, the Dave Matthews Band and the Allman Brothers Band. Having grown up in Chicago, the group has no particular aversion to...
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