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Carnegie Hall [Import]

Ani DiFranco Audio CD

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Listen13. Serpentine 9:59Album Only
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ANI DIFRANCO Carnegie Hall 4.6.02 (2006 US factory sealed Righteous Babe 14-track CD album recorded in New Yorks Carnegie Hall digipak picture sleeve - this copy is still factory sealed and therefore unplayed RBR051-D)

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Must-Have for any Avid Ani Fan... 12 April 2006
By W. Winebarger - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I just recently received the entire lot of ani's 'official bootleg' series (yes, there are seven others that you gave purchase via her site), and I have to say that Carnegie Hall is, by far, one of the best.

While there are only a few songs from way back in the day, it's a fine compilation of some of her best work. After years of being an Ani fan, I still find myself astounded by her brilliance and talent as an artist and musician.

Carnegie Hall is a solo album...just Ani with her guitar. Though many of the songs are new, it is very reminescent of a lot of her earlier work.

For new Ani fans, get this CD and listen to: The first three tracks, Gratitude, and, of coursre, Out of Range.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Live Album! 3 Nov 2006
By J. Stevenson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I really like this one. Not as good as Living in Clip, but probably my second favorite of her live albums. Her storytelling in between songs can get very kooky and great, i love them. This is a must have for any Ani fan.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Remarkable for early versions of "Serpentine" and "Self Evident" 7 Oct 2006
By Paul Allaer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Ani DiFranco, famously independent within the music industry, continues to self-release all of her output on her own "Righteous Babe" label. Ani has released a couple of live albums over her 17 year career to date, including the definitive and all-encompassing 2002 release "So Much Shouting, So Much Laughing", which is basically a "greatest hits live" release.

"Carnegie Hall 4.6.02" (15 tracks, 68 min.) was recorded on the same tour that would give us the "So Much Shouting" release, but this recoding is very different: for one, this is just Ani solo, no backing band. For another, this recording includes early versions of 2 epic songs within the Ani DiFranco catalogue: the 10 min. "Serpentine", in which Ani assails anything and everything that represents "authority", including Democrats and Republicans alike, but of course also "big business". (The fleshed out version of this song was eventually released on the 2003 album "Evolve".) The other piece is the 9+ min. "Self Evident": not a song, but a spoken piece in which Ani resets the 9/11 tragedy in her own words and world ("On the day that America fell onto its knees"). While I don't see the connection, Ani has no trouble linking 9/11 to her beliefs that there is no freedom of the press here and that America is not a democracy. Does it not strike anyone as ironic that Ani is not bothered by anyone saying these things and makes a living, and a very nice one at it, performing all over this country and proclaiming these "truths"?

I saw Ani and her band in concert on that Spring, 2002 tour, and when she brought "Self Evident" (which was a new piece at that time), the entire theater was just bowled over by the performance. I don't necessarily agree with her view of things, but one cannot help but admire the "art" and the "artist" in such a performance. The "Carnegy Hall" album is not essential as such in Ani's catalogue (if you don't have it yet, check out the "So Much Shouting" live album), but this album does bring a fascinating "snapshot of a moment", as Ani puts it herself in the excellent liner notes.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Really Good 8 April 2010
By G. Ratcheson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I've been getting into Ani's music the last few months (I'm a bit of a late comer here!) & I've found a huge variance in quality (or at least in what I like) from album to album.

This is one of the really good ones. The version of Self Evident made me cry.

Great show, nuff said!
5.0 out of 5 stars Gave as gift some details unknown 4 Jan 2014
By colorado74 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I know who I gave this gift to liked it a lot. She was/is an avid fan and did not have this album/CD so I picked it out for her and she seemed very pleased with it. I, myself, am unfamiliar with the artist, but if I were her rating this, this is the rating I would give.
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