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More Info:A two-disc version of Trace that features newly remastered sound and more than two dozen unreleased bonus tracks. The second disc contains an unreleased live performance recorded at The Bottom Line in New York s Greenwich Village on February 12, 1996. At the show, the band played nearly every song from Trace, covered Del Reeves Looking At The World Through A Windshield, and performed Cemetery Savior, a tune that wouldn t surface until the following year on Son Volt s sophomore release, Straightaways.
The show also features songs originally recorded by Uncle Tupelo, the vastly influential alt-country band that Farrar started with Jeff Tweedy in the Eighties. Among the standouts are: Slate, True to Life and the title track from the band s final album Anodyne (1993).