Farewell covers a lot of ground across the span of its 26 songs and two-hour run time.Yet every moment is a reminder of why Minus the Bear were such an experiential live band. They were always pushing forward, evolving their sound, and finding new ways to balance brainy musicianship, pop worship, meditative sentimentality, and adrenalized fervor into their own signature concoction. Further bolstered by the mix of Matt Bayles and master job by Ed Brooks at Resonant Mastering, the album sounds like a fully immersive live experience.

Farewell covers a lot of ground across the span of its 26 songs and two-hour run time.Yet every moment is a reminder of why Minus the Bear were such an experiential live band. They were always pushing forward, evolving their sound, and finding new ways to balance brainy musicianship, pop worship, meditative sentimentality, and adrenalized fervor into their own signature concoction. Further bolstered by the mix of Matt Bayles and master job by Ed Brooks at Resonant Mastering, the album sounds like a fully immersive live experience.

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Farewell [Grey 3LP]
Artist: Minus The Bear
Format: Vinyl
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16. Invisible - Live
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20. Knights - Live
21. Let’s Play Guitar in a Five Guitar Band - Live
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24. Into the Mirror - Live
25. Throwin’ Shapes - Live
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Farewell covers a lot of ground across the span of its 26 songs and two-hour run time.Yet every moment is a reminder of why Minus the Bear were such an experiential live band. They were always pushing forward, evolving their sound, and finding new ways to balance brainy musicianship, pop worship, meditative sentimentality, and adrenalized fervor into their own signature concoction. Further bolstered by the mix of Matt Bayles and master job by Ed Brooks at Resonant Mastering, the album sounds like a fully immersive live experience.

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