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On September 20, 2013, Kansas City’s 96.5 The Buzz live-streamed Mumford & Sons’ last pre-break concert. This collection contains the band’s full set as broadcast during that stream, including all banter between songs:
- Lovers’ Eyes
- Little Lion Man
- Banter 1
- Below My Feet
- Banter 2
- White Blank Page
- Banter 3 (If you ask Winnie nicely…)
- For Those Below
- Banter 4 (Shall we have a little dance together?)
- I Will Wait
- Lover of the Light
- Thistle and Weeds
- Banter 5 (So many roads…)
- Ghosts That We Knew
- Banter 6 (A Pair of Thumbs)
- Banjo Solo/Angeline the Baker/Winston is Not A Drummer
- Roll Away Your Stone
- Awake My Soul, feat. Matt Park
- Holland Road
- Dust Bowl Dance
- Encore Banter 1
- Encore Banter 2 (This one’s even quieter…)
- Taking Care of Business (Instrumental)
- Atlantic City (orig. Bruce Springsteen), feat. Mystery Jets and Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit
- Encore Banter 3
- Winter Winds
- Encore Banter 4 (Goodbye)
- The Cave
This collection is divided into two downloads: Tracks 1-21 and a separate file for the encore (tracks 22-31).
PLEASE NOTE: The collection is available to download ONLY in RAR format, so you will need a simple RAR converter to open the files once you’ve downloaded them. SimplyRAR and Stuffit Expander are good (and free!) options.
The cover art photo is © Mumford & Sons Blog.
Special thanks to Marina Rigby and Amanda Eckert for recording the stream.
Click the title of this post to download, and enjoy!
Mumford & Sons stopped in for a session with Jo Whiley at the BBC’s famed Maida Vale Studios on 15th April, 2013. This download collection includes the full session as broadcast on 18th April by BBC Radio 2:
- Babel [audio post here]
- Whispers in the Dark
PLEASE NOTE: The collection is in RAR format, so you will need a simple RAR converter to open the file once you’ve downloaded it. SimplyRAR and Stuffit Expander are good (and free!) options.
The album cover art photo is courtesy of the BBC Radio 2 Facebook Page.
Click above to download. Enjoy!