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.


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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