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May 7, 2014 Listen to all 2 tracks:
Cloud Cult live at the Fitz - acoustic set
Cloud Cult live at the Fitz - electric set
In early April, Cloud Cult sold out two nights at the Fitzgerald Theater where they performed two sets one acoustic and one electric. In this program, you'll hear selections from both of those sets, featuring songs new and old.
We start with Cloud Cult's acoustic set, performed in celebration of the release of their new album, Unplug, and finish with their energetic, electric set that has the audience on their feet.
It's an Evening with Cloud Cult on 89.3 The Current.
Run Time 25:10
- You Were Born (Light Chasers)
- Meet Me Where You're Going (Love)
- Ghost Inside Our House (Feel Good Ghosts (Tea-Partying Through Tornadoes))
- Running With The Wolves (Light Chasers)
- Pretty Voice (The Meaning of 8)
- Current Plug
- Transistor Radio (Advice from the Happy Hippopotamus)
- Chemicals Collide (The Meaning of 8)
Run Time: 40:47
- All The Things We Couldn't See (Love)
- Everybody Here Is A Cloud (Feel Good Ghosts (Tea-Partying Through Tornadoes)
- Blessings (Invocation Part 2) (Light Chasers)
- Car Crash (Advice from the Happy Hippopotamus)
- Sleepwalker (Love)
- The Calling (Love)
- Love and the First Law of Thermodynamics (Love)
- Good Friend (Love)
- There's So Much Energy In Us (Light Chasers)
Hosted and Produced by Lindsay Kimball
Engineered by Jeff D. Johnson
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