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Living In Clip Live Live


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  • Audio CD (Dec 12 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Festival Distribution Inc.
  • ASIN: B0000058MX
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (119 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #43,008 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Whatever
2. Wherever
3. Gravel
4. Willing To Fight
5. Shy
6. Joyful Girl
7. Hide And Seek
8. Napoleon
9. I'm No Heroine
10. Amazing Grace
See all 16 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Untouchable Face
2. Shameless
3. Distracted
4. Adam And Eve
5. Firedoor
6. Both Hands
7. Out Of Habit
8. Every State Line
9. Not So Soft
10. Travel Tips
See all 15 tracks on this disc

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By A Customer on June 26 2004
Format: Audio CD
Ani seems to touch every feeling a person can have on this CD. She goes from subtle and soft, to yelling, screaming and laughter. This is the best CD I have ever bought. I suggest it to anyone who likes folk music or has a an open mind towards new things!
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By Erica Anderson on June 17 2004
Format: Audio CD
Ani Difranco is one of the few artists who has made a successful career out of her do-it-yourself ethics. She has bypassed the conventional career path most artists takes by not signing with a major record label and by doing that, she has a greater percentage intake in the profits from her music as opposed to being in debt for years to a major record label. I always have and always will respect Ani for taking the high road and do things her way. I was a big fan of Ani Difranco when I was a college student in Wisconsin nine years ago. I first heard about her in a magazine (I think) and decided to check out her music. "Dilate" was my first Ani Difranco cd. I was hooked. During the next few years, I would buy her latest cds religiously on the day they were release, one of them was "Living in Clip". I rarely buy live cds but in Ani Difranco's case, I was willing to buy a live cd of her music. Besides there were a bunch of songs at the time I hadn't heard before like the gorgeous "Both Hands" (my all-time favorite Ani Difranco song) and "Sorry I Am". "Living in Clip" is definitely one of the best live cds that I have ever heard. Although each song was recorded in different cities, you would have never guessed that they weren't recorded at one performance. The occasional banter with the audience gives the listener an intimate insight of an Ani Difranco performance. One of the most stunning performances on the cd is Ani's rendition of "Amazing Grace" with the Buffalo Philharmonic. It simply took my breath away. That alone makes this cd worth listening to. Although I am not nearly the fan that I am of Ani's music any more, I still enjoy throwing in "Living in Clip" every now and then. This is a good representation of Ani Difranco as an artist as well as a performer.
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By N. Clarke on Dec 17 2003
Format: Audio CD
One album, two discs, hours of immensely quotable Ani. What's not to like?
For anyone new to the Difranco experience, I'd recommend you try either her self-titled debut first (for eloquent, ballsy, politically-aware girl n' guitar folk), or 'Dilate' (for a darker, more emotionally-tortured journey).
Anyone familiar with Ani's music will doubtless know, love and already have most/all of the songs on the tracklisting above. So why get this? Maybe for inspired reworkings of old classics ('Every State Line'). Maybe for the sheer energy and exuberance of Ani onstage, sharing her music with her fans ('In Or Out'). Maybe for the laugh-out-loud-funny between-tracks banter (the chalk outlines of bodies before 'Out of Habit', the Anne Frank story after 'Overlap'). There's so much here... just buy it!
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This album was my first introduction to the Music of Ani Difranco, and after hearing all of her other albums i still think that it is her best to date. on this cd are several of her most beautiful, thought provoking and artful songs, For me the real stand out is the Version of "Both Hands" recorded with the Buffalo Symphony, It adds new definition to an already incredible song. If you are new to the music of Ani, this album is a must have. truly one of the greatest Live albums of the last decade, and the true intimacy of her live shows transfers very well to this medium. Check it out, you'll be glad you did
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By A Customer on Dec 16 2002
Format: Audio CD
This album captures the big and small feeling of everyone. Its filled with so much spirit and passion, very beautiful
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By Lisa on Dec 14 2002
Format: Audio CD
Although I've only heard 4 songs from this cd, I would probably buy it because Ani has such a beautiful voice and her lyrics are great. Very real. Of the four songs I heard, which I downloaded on to a cd, I liked Gravel the best. After listening to Gravel, Untouchable Face, Both Hands, and Letter To A John, I just wanted to write my own songs and sing them.
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By A Customer on Dec 9 2002
Format: Audio CD
Ani has long been a favorite of mine, and through these discs i am constantly reminded why. she bares her soul through her singing, her poetry, and her stage dialogue. it did take me some time to get used to the tone of her music, but once i dipped a toe into the ocean that is ani, i knew i could never look back. of all her albums, this and "little plastic castles" are so far my favorite. try this cd, listen half a dozen times, and if you don't love her by then, i am sorry for you.
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Format: Audio CD
I bought this set on a whim, after a listen to a few songs at the local independant music store...WOW. I had never purchased any of DiFranco's recordings before, much less even heard of her. I was immediately hooked on this album, and couldn't get enough of it. I really identified with her experiences, for example, heart ache, sexism, political injustice, etc. Her guitar playing is fantastic, and the live element is someting wonderful, her studio recordings do not compare. There are only three musicians Living In Clip: Andy Stochansky, Sara Lee, and of course Ani Difranco. Andy and Ani's friendship is evident through their conversations onstage, in fact all of Ani's blurbs and commentary are very effective in bringing you closer to the artist. If you like artists such as Tori Amos, Emmylou Harris, Patty Smith, most likely you will enjoy Ani as well.
*Just a note: I have purchased studio recorded material from Ani DiFranco and haven't found any of it to be half as satisfying as Living in Clip.
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