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Acoustic Citsuoca: Live at the Startime Pavilion

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The Bear
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Sooner
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Bermuda Highway
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Golden
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Hopefully
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Total Tracks: 5   Total Length: 25:33

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anders.breian

Not a bad starting point if you are new to My Morning Jacket. Beautiful versions of all songs, especially Bermuda Highway and Golden are shining.

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