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PETE YORN
Live from New Jersey [Live “Bootleg” Version] (November 23, 2004)

PETE YORN — Live from New Jersey [Live “Bootleg” Version] (November 23, 2004)

 PETE YORN — Live from New Jersey [Live “Bootleg” Version] (November 23, 2004)
•♦•   A Lively, Bristling, Organic Set. Acclaimed roots rock and folk–influenced singer/songwriter.

Birth name: Peter Joseph Yorn
Born: July 27, 1974, Montville, New Jersey, United States
Location: New Jersey
Album release: January 2004 / November 23, 2004
Recording date: October 29, 2003
Record Label: Columbia / Sbme Special Mkts.
Duration:     89:50
Tracks:
CD 1
01 I Feel Good Again (Junior Kimbrough)     5:08 
02 Pass Me By (Pete Yorn)     3:43 
03 Black (Pete Yorn)     5:12 
04 Carlos (Don’t Let It Go to Your Head) (Pete Yorn)     3:57 
05 Turn of the Century (Pete Yorn)     4:01 
06 Do You Wanna Dance/Closet (Bobby Freeman / Pete Yorn)     3:34 
07 Long Way Down (Pete Yorn)     4:47 
08 Lose You (Pete Yorn)     4:34 
09 Just Another (Pete Yorn)     3:07 
10 Strange Condition (Pete Yorn)     4:40
CD 2
01 Life on a Chain (Pete Yorn)     4:19 
02 Bandstand in the Sky (Pete Yorn)     2:13 
03 Suspicious Minds (Mark James)     3:58 
04 On You Side (Pete Yorn)     5:56 
05 June (Pete Yorn)     4:32 
06 Crystal Village (Pete Yorn)     5:26 
07 For Nancy (‘Cos It Already Is) (Pete Yorn)     3:35 
08 Burrito (Pete Yorn)     4:52 
09 All at Once (Pete Yorn)     6:06 
10 Atlantic City/Murray (Bruce Springsteen / Pete Yorn)     6:23
Credits:
•♦•   Luke Adams Drums
•♦•   Stephen Albanese Photography
•♦•   Evan Frankfort Mixing
•♦•   Bobby Freeman Composer
•♦•   John Harris Engineer
•♦•   Mark James Composer
•♦•   Jason Johnson Guitar
•♦•   Joe Kennedy, Jr. Guitar, Harmonica, Piano, Vocals (Background)
•♦•   Junior Kimbrough Composer
•♦•   Bruce Springsteen Composer
•♦•   Bradley Vance Mastering
•♦•   R. Walt Vincent Bass
•♦•   Pete Yorn Composer, Guitar, Harmonica, VocalsAllMusic Review by MacKenzie Wilson;  Score: ****
•♦•   Since making an impressive debut in spring 2001 with the country–rock–flavored Musicforthemorningafter, singer/songwriter Pete Yorn has gained a loyal fan base. The double–disc set Live From New Jersey highlights Yorn’s undeniable star power both as a lyricist and as a performer. So what if his second album, 2003’s Day I Forgot, didn’t fare well with the critics. Yorn has already established himself to be a real artist. His live shows capture the grit and soul that’s not as obvious on a studio–produced album, much like Ryan Adams and sometimes Eddie Vedder. His honesty and earnestness is apparent, but Yorn is so much more convincing when he’s performing these songs on–stage. A cover of bluesman Junior Kimbrough’s “I Feed Good Again” kicks things off, a textured acoustic number that sets a confident tone for the evening. He rummages through the bulk of his only two albums, and songs such as “Black,” “Long Way Down,” and “Strange Condition” are evenly spread throughout, capturing the simplicity of disc one. His biggest hit, the feel–good rush of “Life on a Chain,” maintains the momentum of Yorn’s infectious live show for disc two. His backing band — guitarist Jason Johnson, drummer Luke Adams, pianist Joe Kennedy, and bass player R. Walt Vincent — have never sounded tighter. Live From New Jersey sweats with their and Yorn’s excitement for putting on a solid live show. “For Nancy (‘Cos It Already Is)” and cover version of Elvis Presley’s “Suspicious Minds” prove that furthermore. “Bandstand in the Sky,” which was written on the day Jeff Buckley died and is a tribute to him, is even revamped for bittersweet country–rock romp compared to its original somber flow. Yorn is personable in concert, too. He laughs and jokes with the crowd. His most charming moment comes prior to delivering “Crystal Village,” where he explains that someone accused him of mimicking Cat Stevens. Yorn insists that such an opinion is ridiculous, for he ripped off Wilco on “She’s a Jar” instead. The only similarity that Yorn shares with Wilco is that they’re both talented musical acts. Yorn and Jeff Tweedy wear their hearts on their sleeves, in turn seducing the pants off anyone who pays attention. Live From New Jersey will surely do the same. If not, Yorn doing a cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “Atlantic City,” let alone performing the song in the Boss’ home state, should do it. [Live From New Jersey was originally available as an exclusive release on Yorn’s official website.]
Awards:
Billboard Albums
•♦•   2004 Live From New Jersey Top Internet Albums
Review
By Rich, November 6, 2005;  Score: *****
•♦•   I almost didn’t bother with this one. I loved Pete Yorn’s studio albums, but played them to death. Another 2–disc set just seemed too “Been there, done that.”
•♦•   I couldn’t have been more wrong. This is a tight, outstanding concert, bristling with energy, & Yorn is backed by a first–rate band that give these familiar songs an unexpected freshness. Top that off with outstanding production qualities. By the end of what could so easily have been an overlong, artist's vanity project, I found myself pushing the “Repeat” button!
•♦•   He had already proven he could write, that he was a solid musician — He played most of the instruments on the “...MorningAfter” album — Now add “solid concert performer” to an already impressive resume.
•♦•   BTW — Nice to hear Elvis’ “Suspicious Minds” minus the schlock that stripped the rock–‘n’–roll out of “The King’s” rendition!
Twitter: https://twitter.com/peteyorn
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/peteyorn
Press: Sandee Fenton — Fresh and Clean Media Sandee@freshcleanmedia.com
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/PeteYornVEVO
Website: http://www.peteyorn.com/
Discography:
•♦•   2001 musicforthemorningafter  US #111 FR — CH — RIAA Certification: Gold
•♦•   2003 Day I Forgot      US #18 FR — CH — RIAA  —
•♦•   2006 Nightcrawler US #50 FR — CH — RIAA  —
•♦•   2009 Back and Fourth      US #32 FR — CH — RIAA  —
•♦•   2009 Break Up (with Scarlett Johansson)      US #41 FR #18 CH #58 RIAA Certification: Platinum (France)
•♦•   2010 Pete Yorn US #66 FR — CH — RIAA —
Live albums:
•♦•   Live at the Roxy (2001) #131 US
•♦•   Live from New Jersey (2004)
EPs:
•♦•   Sunset EP (2000)
•♦•   Westerns EP (2006)
•♦•   You & Me Acoustic: Live from Electric Fetus, 5/6/06 EP
•♦•   and 33x other
•♦•   Live from SoHo iTunes–exclusive EP (2007)
•♦•   The Demos EP: Garage Sessions Vol. 1 (2009)<
•♦•   Paradise Cove EP (2009)
Singles:
•♦•   10x
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PETE YORN
Live from New Jersey [Live “Bootleg” Version] (November 23, 2004)

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