Forty (album)

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Forty: Live Limited Edition
Live album by Thomas Dolby
Released Dec 2001
Genre Soundscapes
Length 38:00
Label Lost Toy People
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Allmusic 3.5/5 stars [1]

Forty: Live Limited Edition is a live album released by Thomas Dolby in 2001. It was recorded at a gathering at his Half Moon Bay, Northern California, home celebrating his fortieth birthday, and at another private performance. It features backing musicians Brian Salter, Leslie Adams, and Caroline Lavelle. All seven songs originally appeared on previous albums: three from The Flat Earth, two from Aliens Ate My Buick, and one each from The Golden Age of Wireless and Astronauts and Heretics.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Ability to Swing"
  2. "Screen Kiss"
  3. "I Love You Goodbye"
  4. "I Scare Myself"
  5. "One of Our Submarines"
  6. "My Brain Is Like a Sieve"
  7. "Hyperactive"

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