Van Ghost Breakdown Acoustic Podcast

To me, Hidden Track features a staff of intelligent well spoken contributors who host the only blog on the web that cover all genres with no rules or regulations. It is the tipping point for a beautiful online community that exists in today’s social networking world with a focus on soulful & meaningful music. Filled with unique content, original contests, well spoken editorials and a readership of like-minded folks, Hidden Track shows great potential to become one the web’s most visited blogs for music into this new decade.

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For these reasons, my favorite blog on the web is Hidden Track. I really wanted to announce the launch of this podcast series exclusively through HT to its community of passionate music lovers. I hope you enjoy it, will share it with others, and are off to a great start for 2010. With mad love for y’all…

– Michael Harrison Berg of Van Ghost

11.21.09 – Kingston, NY – Keegans Ales (*)
11.25.09 – Chicago, IL – Subterranean (**)

1. Do It For You    2:38 (*)
2. Coliseum    3:01 (*)
3. Head Above Water    2:47 (**)
4. Danimal Plays For Keeps    0:23  (**)
5. Wednesday    4:07 (**)
6. Head Full Of Doubt/Road Full of Promise (The Avett Brothers cover)    4:04 (**)
7. Return To Innocence    3:58 (**)
8. Heart Broken On The Wrong Day    3:25 (**)
9. Not Feeling Me    3:28  (**)
10. Domino Effect    3:25 (*)
11. Telling Stories    3:48 (*)
12. Everyday Music    3:22
13. Hurry Up –>    3:16 (*)
14. On The Way Home –>    4:20 (*)
15. Find The Cost Of Freedom (CSNY cover)    2:41 (*)
16. Summer Promise    3:20 (*)

All songs are from November’s “The Breakdown Acoustic” tour.

We were out on the road as an acoustic trio featuring Michael Harrison Berg (vocals/guitar), Jennifer Hartswick (vocals), and Chris Gelbuda (guitar/vocals) supporting our friends Nershi/Law Duo having too much fun. The performances feature material from our debut record, “Melodies For Lovers“, our forthcoming record, (currently titled) “Heartbroken On The Wrong Day” as well as a few covers by The Avett Brothers and CSNY. The track listing above will show you which show each track is from but all cuts are from.

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