Elbow - Live At The Ritz (An Acoustic Performance)
The short tour included two sold out, hometown shows at Manchester’s Ritz, a place that looms large in the band’s history, being the site of a legendary headline show on the release of their debut album ‘Asleep in the Back’ in 2001 that had the Manchester Evening News display their fortune telling skills when they suggested ‘elbow are on the verge of something big’.
The Ritz set reminded fans of that history with versions of both ‘Newborn’ and ‘Scattered Black and Whites’ from that debut album alongside versions of ‘Grounds for Divorce’ from ‘The Seldom Seen Kid’, ‘Magnificent (She Says)’ from ‘Little Fictions’ and ‘Great Expectations’ from ‘Leaders of the Free World’. As befits an album from a band so intrinsically intertwined with their hometown, the show also saw Guy Garvey quote John Cooper Clarke and pay tribute to various Manchester luminaries lost along the way.
180g Black Vinyl
- Puttin’ on the Ritz
- Magnificent (She Says)
- Salome Maloney
- Great Expectations (Intro)
- Great Expectations
- A Choice of Three Drinks
- Seven Veils
- Scattered Black and Whites
- Weightless (Intro)
- Grounds for Divorce (Intro)
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Perfect, going out of the way to deliver records in lockdown, can’t complain!
Wonderful, does what it says on the tin
This is a brilliant album, the fact it’s live makes it even more flawless and I’m jealous I wasn’t at the Ritz to see it live now.