Over the Rhine’s New Live Album

Changes Come, a new live album from Over the Rhine, WAS available for a few fleeting moments at Paste.

But now the page appears only through a Google cache link.

I hope this means it’s just momentarily delayed. The tour during which this was recorded was, for this longtime fan, the pinnacle of the band’s live performances so far. I can’t wait to hear this.

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  • Joel

    Cut me some slack — Sixpence is my favorite band, OTR isn’t; that’s all.

  • Martin

    Ouch — you need somebody from Sixpence to lend authenticity to Over the Rhine? There’s a figure-ground reversal. OTR were playing intelligent, passionate music before Matt Slocum had a driver’s license.

  • Joel

    Is that the tour on which Matt Slocum of Sixpence was on guitar? If so, that could be the extra nudge I need to finally listen to OTR…


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