All Points Bulletin (album)

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All Points Bulletin
Live album by Dispatch
Released 2004
Recorded July 29 - July 31, 2004
Genre Rock
Label Universal
Producer Dispatch
Dispatch chronology
Under the Radar
(2002)
All Points Bulletin
(2004)
Zimbabwe
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

All Points Bulletin is a 2004 live album by American indie/roots folk band Dispatch. Much like their previous live album Gut the Van, the album was released onto two discs. The first is entitled "Somerville" and captures the band's intimate "warm-up" gig prior to their free performance to approximately 110,000 fans on the second disc, entitled "Hatch Shell." The purchase of the double album also includes a DVD recording of both performances.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Dispatch, except "Out Loud", which contains a portion of Bob Marley's and Peter Tosh's "Stir It Up". All songs recorded live in concert, 2004.

Disc 1: Somerville[edit]

  1. "Open Up"
  2. "Time Served"
  3. "Here We Go"
  4. "Cover This"
  5. "Riddle"
  6. "Bang Bang"
  7. "Ride a Tear"
  8. "Lightning"
  9. "Mayday"
  10. "Even"
  11. "Passerby"
  12. "Prince of Spades"

Disc 2: Hatch Shell[edit]

  1. "Past the Falls"
  2. "Bullet Holes"
  3. "Fallin'"
  4. "Two Coins"
  5. "Bridges"
  6. "Elias"
  7. "Carry You"
  8. "Bats in the Belfry"
  9. "Out Loud"
  10. "The General"

DVD[edit]

Live at Somerville Theater (July 28, 2004)

  1. "Open Up"
  2. "Time Served"
  3. "Here We Go" @
  4. "Bang Bang"
  5. "Ride a Tear (Pete Francis)" @
  6. "Mayday" $
  7. "Even"
  8. 'Mission"

Live at the Hatch Shell (July 31, 2004)

  1. "Past The Falls" $
  2. "Two Coins" ~
  3. "Passerby" +
  4. "Riddle (State Radio)"
  5. "Fallin' (Braddigan)"$ ^
  6. "Bridges" +
  7. "Prince of Spades" +
  8. "Headlights"
  9. "Elias"
  10. "Carry You" + ~
  11. "Bats in the Belfry"
  12. "Outloud"
  13. "The General"
  14. "Ending Credits - Dem Shoes"


@Feat Craig Dreyer [Saxophone]
$Feat Brian Sayers [Drums]
+Feat Phil Keaggy [Guitar]
^Feat Reinaldo de Jesus [Percussion]
~Feat Paul Tillotson [Keyboards]

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