Wednesday, March 11, 2020

10,000 Maniacs - MTV Unplugged Live (1993)

10,000 Maniacs - MTV Unplugged Live - Released Year 1993

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10,000 Maniacs - MTV Unplugged Live
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Cassette and Compact Disc

"These Are Days" (Rob Buck and Natalie Merchant) – 4:22
"Eat for Two" (Merchant) – 4:12
"Candy Everybody Wants" (Dennis Drew and Merchant) – 3:19
"I'm Not the Man" (Merchant) – 3:46
"Don't Talk" (Drew and Merchant) – 5:22
"Hey Jack Kerouac" (Buck and Merchant) – 3:29
"What's the Matter Here?" (Buck and Merchant) – 4:50
"Gold Rush Brides" (Buck and Merchant) – 4:12
"Like the Weather" (Merchant) – 4:15
"Trouble Me" (Drew and Merchant) – 3:40
"Jezebel" (Merchant) – 4:20
"Because the Night" (Patti Smith and Bruce Springsteen) – 3:44
"Stockton Gala Days" (Jerome Augustyniak, Buck, Drew, Steve Gustafson, and Merchant) – 5:25
"Noah's Dove" (Merchant) – 5:07

LaserDisc and VHS

"Noah's Dove" (Merchant) – 5:07
"These Are Days" (Buck and Merchant) – 4:22
"Eat for Two" (Merchant) – 4:12
"Candy Everybody Wants" (Drew and Merchant) – 3:19
"I'm Not the Man" (Merchant) – 3:46
"Don't Talk" (Drew and Merchant) – 5:22
"Hey Jack Kerouac" (Buck and Merchant) – 3:29
"What's the Matter Here?" (Buck and Merchant) – 4:50
"Gold Rush Brides" (Buck and Merchant) – 4:12
"Like the Weather" (Merchant) – 4:15
"Trouble Me" (Drew and Merchant) – 3:40
"Jezebel" (Merchant) – 4:20
"Stockton Gala Days" (Jerome Augustyniak, Buck, Drew, Steve Gustafson, and Merchant) – 5:25
"Because the Night" (Smith and Springsteen) – 3:44
"Let the Mystery Be" (Iris DeMent)
"Jolene" (Dolly Parton)

"Dallas" (Jimmie Dale Gilmore)

Between the recording and release of the album, vocalist Natalie Merchant left the band to pursue a solo career.

In addition to the songs released on the album, the following other songs were recorded: Four takes of "How You've Grown"; second takes of "Gold Rush Brides" and Bruce Springsteen and Patti Smith's "Because the Night", respectively; a brief take of "Puff the Magic Dragon"; and three other songs with David Byrne as a guest singer (two takes of "Let the Mystery Be", one of which was released as a B-side to "Few and Far Between" and on Campfire Songs: The Popular, Obscure and Unknown Recordings of 10,000 Maniacs; Dolly Parton's "Jolene"; and "Dallas").

The album debuted at its #13 peak and spent 45 weeks on the charts. It was certified 3× Platinum by the RIAA.

The single release "Because the Night" reached #11, two positions higher than Patti Smith's original version in 1978. It remains the band's biggest hit.

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