Fiery Furnaces Playing East River Park, New Live Record in August

It’s been sort of under the radar, but The Fiery Furnaces are playing a free show at the East River Park on July 17. They are also releasing a 2 CD/triple LP live album on August 19 called Remember.

Remember - The Fiery Furnaces 

This double CD/triple LP live album features 51 tracks spanning the band’s entire catalog and was recorded over the past three years of constant touring. CD is limited to 9,000 copies and comes in a deluxe 6-panel digipack with coupon to download an exclusive bonus track. Vinyl is limited to 2,000 copies and is housed in a custom-made old style tip-on gatefold jacket with a pasted-in flap that holds the third LP. Also includes download coupon. [Insound]

Remember tracklisting after the jump.

Remember Tracklisting
Disk 1
1 Intro
2 Blueberry Boat
3 Single Again
4 Two Fat Feet
5 Don’t Dance Her Down
6 Single Again (Reprise)
7 Wicker Whatnots
8 Little thatched Hut
9 I’m In No Mood
10 Black-Hearted Boy
11 Bitter Tea
12 Waiting To Know You
13 Vietnamese Telephone
14 Oh Sweet Woods
15 Borneo
16 Benton Harbor Blues
17 Japanese Slippers
18 Benton Harbor Blues (Reprise)
19 Whistle Rhapsody
20 Crystal Clear
21 Whistle Rhapsody (Reprise)
22 Teach Me Sweetheart
23 Evergreen
24 Bitter Tea (Reprise)

Disk 2
1 Chris Michaels
2 Quay Cur
3 My Dog Was Lost But Now He’s Found
4 Spaniolated
5 Name Game
6 Birdie Brain
7 1917
8 Slavin’ Away
9 Tropical Ice-land
10 Asthma Attack
11 Tropical Ice-land (reprise)
12 The Wayward Granddaugther
13 The Garfield El
14 A Candymaker’s Knife In My Handbag
15 Forty-Eight Twenty-Three Twenty-Second St
16 Slavin’ Away
17 Seven Silver Curses
18 Clear Signal From Cairo
19 I’m Gonna Run
20 Here Comes The Summer
21 Chief Inspector Blancheflower
22 Automatic Husband
23 Ex-Guru
24 Clear Signal From Cairo
25 Philadelphia Grand Jury
26 Navy Nurse
27 Uncle Charlie

One Comment

  1. Pat says:

    Probably because I’m leaving for Chicago that day so no one will rock in New York without me around! Or maybe because Ted Leo’s playing that night at Castle Clinton. Who knows the reasons for things like this anyway!

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