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Editors’ Notes

Recorded in October 2011 during the tour to support his last album, What Were You Hoping For?, this 19-track collection perfectly captures Van Hunt's exceptional live show, complete with audience noise, in-between song banter, and reinvented versions of his songs. Released via his own label Godless Hotspot, the set shows Van Hunt spreading his sonic wings. Many of the tunes here benefit from a more hard rock–meets–prog rock setting, with plenty of fuzzed-out, change-happy guitar riffs backing up his rugged yet smooth vocals. He runs through several of his hit singles like "Dust" and "Down Here in Hell" but also delivers great updates of lesser-known album cuts. Highlights include "A Time Machine Is My New Girlfriend," "Man of the Year," and "Eyes Like Pearls."

Customer Reviews

Lots to hear!

Fine genre jumping! Been a "Van-Fan" for a while. Wish I could have been at this show…funky, rocky, punk. Yet smoove. (Yeah "smoove") Great live set. Musicianship is solid... Thanks guys.

Bumping + Heady

It's like...well...the audio love child of Curtis Mayfield and Funkadelic, with Prince and Angelo Moore (Fishbone) splitting time as au pair.




Born: March 8, 1977 in Dayton, OH

Genre: R&B/Soul

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

R&B multi-instrumentalist Van Hunt, born and raised in Dayton, Ohio, grew up surrounded by the pimp lifestyle of his father. A soundtrack of classic soul and contemporary R&B was his backdrop and Hunt immersed himself in the tones and moods of it all. A move from the Midwest to Atlanta in his early twenties allowed Hunt to hone his sound. He'd been playing guitar and writing songs since his teens, so naturally a career in music was on the horizon. Capitol inked him a deal in 2003 and his self-titled...
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