Warts and All: Volume 2

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Warts and All: Volume 2
Warts and All Volume 2.jpg
Live album by
ReleasedSeptember 10, 2002
RecordedFebruary 23, 2002
GenreRock
Length209:47
LabelFatboy Records
Producermoe.
Moe. chronology
Warts and All: Volume 1
(2001)
Warts and All: Volume 2
(2002)
Season's Greetings from moe.
(2002)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic3/5 stars[1]

Warts and All: Volume 2 is the second volume in a collection of commercially released, full-concert live albums by the American jam band moe. It was recorded live on February 23, 2002 at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia.[2]. This set features the first released version of "Kids", predating its release on Wormwood by five months.

This album is one of 10 "live jam releases of this century" according to the August issue of Guitar One magazine.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks by moe. except where noted.

Disc one[edit]

  1. "Intro"* - 1:04
  2. "Okayalright" - 5:04
  3. "She Sends Me" - 4:54
  4. "Spaz Medicine" - 9:58
  5. "Understand" - 7:08
  6. "Letter Home" - 5:34
  7. "Timmy Tucker -> Kids jam ->" - 28:19

Disc two[edit]

  1. "Kids" - 23:32
  2. "Mexico ->" - 22:38
  3. "Happy Hour Hero ->" - 14:38
  4. "Seat of My Pants ->" - 12:03
  5. "Sensory Deprivation Bank" - 6:06

Disc three[edit]

  1. "Four ->" - 13:41
  2. "Rebubula" - 20:28
    Encore
  3. "Bantor"* - 2:05
  4. "Fire" (Jimi Hendrix) - 2:05[3]
    "Spine of a Dog" -> "Buster"** - 28:12
  • * "Intro" and "Bantor" are not songs, but names given to the opening/talking sections.
  • ** hidden track from 2/22/02 at The Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA

Personnel[edit]

moe.[edit]

  • Vinnie Amico – drums
  • Rob Derhak – bass, vocals
  • Chuck Garvey – guitar, vocals, artwork
  • Jim Loughlin – guitar (acoustic), percussion, piccolo bass
  • Al Schnier – guitar, mandolin, vocals, moog synthesizer

Technical[edit]

  • Chris Burrows – production coordination, stage manager
  • Becca Childs Derhak – art direction, photography
  • Fred Kevorkian – mastering
  • Steve Young – mixing

References[edit]

  1. ^ AllMusic review
  2. ^ "allmusic.com". Retrieved 10/4/09. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  3. ^ "moe. Discography". Retrieved 10/4/09. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)