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solid

pete yorn has a very original voice. he amazing live! and "life on a chain" is still my favorte tune by pete!

Lovely

Finally, Back & Fourth live versions to own. Mixed with a couple older favorites and the amazing New Order cover, Bizarre Love Triangle, I haven't heard of a more sweet acoustic set from PY than this one. Other highlights are Strange Condition (a first for me to hear acoustic) and On Your Side. But the majority from Back & Fourth are what make me giddy.

Another fantastic album

Tracks done live and acoustically offer a whole new spin on the already amazing Pete Yorn songs. I especially love the harmonica solo in 'Life on a Chain'.

Biography

Born: July 27, 1974 in Montville, NJ

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

New Jersey native Pete Yorn took a rather unique route to singer/songwriter acclaim, gaining his first big break by providing the score to a Farrelly Brothers film. Having graduated from Syracuse University several years prior, the 26-year-old pulled up stakes in 2000 and relocated to Los Angeles, California, where he began writing music for film and television. Prospects increased when Yorn was recruited to score Me, Myself, & Irene, a Farrelly Brothers movie starring Jim Carrey. One of his own...
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