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Road to Red Rocks [Super Deluxe Edition] [DVD] [BOX]

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Track Listing

    Track Title

    Time

  1. Babel 3:28
  2. Whispers In the Dark 3:15
  3. I Will Wait 4:36
  4. Holland Road 4:13
  5. Ghosts That We Knew 5:39
  6. Lover of the Light 5:14
  7. Lovers' Eyes 5:21
  8. Reminder 2:04
  9. Hopeless Wanderer 5:07
  10. Broken Grown 4:16
  11. Below My Feet 4:52
  12. Not With Haste 4:09
  13. For Those Below [*] 3:35
  14. The Boxer [*] 4:05
  15. Where Are You Now [*] 3:39
  16. Lovers' Eyes [Live]
  17. Little Lion Man [Live]
  18. Below My Feet [Live]
  19. Roll Away Your Stone [Live]
  20. Lover of the Light [Live]
  21. Thistle & Weeds [Live]
  22. Ghosts That We Knew [Live]
  23. Awake My Soul [Live]
  24. Whispers In the Dark [Live]
  25. Dust Bowl Dance [Live]
  26. I Will Wait [Live]
  27. The Cave [Live]
  28. Lovers Eyes [Live]
  29. Lovers' Eyes [Live]
  30. Little Lion Man [Live]
  31. Below My Feet [Live]
  32. Roll Away Your Stone [Live]
  33. Lover of the Light [Live]
  34. Ghosts That We Knew [Live]
  35. Awake My Soul [Live]
  36. Whispers In the Dark [Live]
  37. Dust Bowl Dance [Live]
  38. I Will Wait [Live]
  39. The Cave [Live]

Review

With just two studio albums under their belts, it’s an awfully impressive feat that Mumford Sons can command an audience as big as the one that showed up at their 2012 stop at Colorado’s legendary Red Rocks amphitheater, but as evidenced by their 2011 Grammy awards performance, they manage to bring the same amount of energy to the stage as they do to the studio. They’ve been going at a steady clip since the release of their sophomore outing, Babel, which divided critics, yet managed to debut at the number one spot on both the U.K. and U.S. album charts. That a group specializing in a English folk could turn the heads of so many Yanks would be more surprising if their music wasn't also steeped in American bluegrass (almost every one of their songs eventually descends into an easy-to-clap-to hoedown) and this handsome little souvenir offers up a nice snapshot of their unexpected international dominion. Recorded live over two nights in 2012 during the folk-rockers' highly successful Gentlemen of the Road tour, this special collectors box, which is really more of a fancy, hardcover CD book, includes both the audio version and the DVD of the Road to Red Rocks film/documentary, the deluxe edition of the Markus Dravs-produced Babel, a classy collection of photographs that chronicles both the Red Rock show and the more intimate Gentlemen of the Road stopovers, the usual liner notes, and various other Mumford-inspired snacks, resulting in a truly "Deluxe" version of one of 2012's most financially successful releases. ~ James Christopher Monger, Rovi

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