ARC ANGELS - Living In A Dream (2009)
Arc Angels were a blues rock band formed in Austin, Texas in the early 1990s. The band was composed of guitarist and singers Doyle Bramhall II and Charlie Sexton and two former members of Stevie Ray Vaughan's band Double Trouble, drummer Chris Layton and bassist Tommy Shannon. The 'Arc' in the band's name came from the Austin Rehearsal Complex where the band first started jamming.
"Living in a Dream" is the first live album and DVD by the Texas blues rock band Arc Angels, their second album over all. The first disk of the album contains the majority of a show recorded March 26, 2005 at Stubb's Bar-B-Q in Austin, Texas. The show proved to be historic for the band, playing the entirety of their debut album, a then unreleased song, "Crave and Wonder" and a cover of Muddy Waters' "She's Alright." This show also proved to be the Arc Angels' final with original bass guitarist Tommy Shannon. The second disk contains 3 studio tracks recorded for specifically for this album in 2009 and the remainder of the 2005 show, the song "Spanish Moon." The DVD contains the Stubb's show and interview footage, directed by Kyle Ellison and produced by Mark Proct and Charlie Boswell.
DISC 1 - Live At Stubb's: 01. Paradise Café 02. Carry Me On 03. The Famous Jane 04. Good Time 05. She's Alright 06. Always Believed In You 07. Sent By Angels 08. Crave And Wonder 09. Nadine 10. See What Tomorrow Brings 11. Shape I'm In 12. Living In A Dream 13. Too Many Ways To Fall
DISC 2 - New Studio Tracks: 01. Crave And Wonder 02. What I'm Looking For 03. Too Many People 04. Spanish Moon