Mumford and Sons on the final gig of the Railroad Revival Tour, at Woldenberg Park; New Orleans, on the 27th April 2011.
The band consists of Marcus Mumford (vocals, guitar, drums, mandolin), Ben Lovett (vocals, keyboards, accordion, drums), "Country" Winston Marshall (vocals, banjo, dobro), and Ted Dwane (vocals, string bass, drums, guitar). The band formed in October 2007, rising out of what some in the media labelled the "West London folk scene" with other artists such as Laura Marling, Johnny Flynn and Noah and the Whale.
Quoting from the tour website - 'This April, Mumford & Sons, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, and Old Crow Medicine Show will embark on a tour unlike any in recent memory. Traveling exclusively in vintage railcars, the three bands will journey across the American Southwest over the course of a week. The aptly titled Railroad Revival Tour will feature the three bands playing concerts at six unique outdoor locations along the route, beginning April 21st in Oakland, California'.
'The Railroad Revival train is 1,500 feet long and consists of 15 vintage railcars from the 1950s and 60s, pulled by two locomotives. The bands will eat, sleep, and record on the train as they travel across the American Southwest, bringing their collaborative vision to fans from California to New Orleans. The bands will have equal billing and equal time on stage, in an environment that encourages creativity and cross-pollination. The entire tour will be the focus of a documentary that captures the spirit of the journey and gives intimate insights into the creative process.
Source: Satellite radio broadcast.
Sound Quality: Very good stereo mp3@320kbps
Genre: Folk rock, indie folk.
Set: Full set.
01 - Sigh No More
02 - Roll Away Your Stone
03 - Winter Winds
04 - Timshel
05 - Little Lion Man
06 - Lover Of The Light
07 - Lover's Eyes (Walk Slow)
08 - Awake My Soul
09 - The Cave
10 - This Train Is Bound For Glory (with Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros & Old Crow Medicine Show)
Website: Official HERE.
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