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Customer Reviews

See The Slip live

I've been to twenty or so Slip concerts and was lucky enough to see them play an acoustic show right after this album was released. All of their albums and concerts have blown me away. This might be The Slip's most personal record and shows a different depth than any of their others. No Slip song has ever been played the same twice and they never disappoint when it comes to bringing something new. If you like Jam/Jazz I would suggest any of their albums.


Not much else to say about this band, i've already reviewed all of the other albums. but Some songs that stand out form this album to me are "Poor Boy", overall a really good song. "Song", has a kind of egyptian feel to it that just puts you in a trance almost, love it. And, "Hunny", a uppity old time style song, most likely a cover its fun and different.


Formed: Boston, MA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Slip began their career firmly entrenched in the jam band scene, but as time passed, members changed, and tastes within the group shifted, they evolved into a guitar-heavy indie rock band. Founded in the early '90s at the Tabor Academy, a New England boarding school, the Slip originated as a classic rock cover band featuring the Barr brothers: Brad Barr on guitar and vocals and Andrew Barr on drums and percussion, as well as guitarist Jon Myers. After Brad's graduation in 1995, Andrew met up...
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