Arlo Guthrie | Alice's Restaurant - The Massacree Revisited

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Alice's Restaurant - The Massacree Revisited

by Arlo Guthrie

The classic, updated.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Alice's Restauran (The Massacree Revisited)
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22:26 album only
2. Chilling Of The Evening
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3:51 album only
3. Ring-Around-A-Rosy Rag
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2:35 album only
4. Now And Then
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2:21 album only
5. I'm Going Home
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3:49 album only
6. The Motorcycle Song
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2:53 album only
7. Highway In The Wind
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4:15 album only
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WHAT CAME AROUND - COMES AROUND AGAIN! TALK ABOUT TIMING!!!

"... a re-make of the original album released in 1967. Word for word and song for song it ends up being more than just a re-make. It is a re-statement of what was right to begin with. The record still feels good. I still like it. I think you'll love hearing the old songs done again."

- Arlo Guthrie -

Though all the other songs on this album were rerecorded in the studo, in 1995 Arlo returned to the church near Stockbridge, Massachusetts where he originally wrote Alice's Restaurant. On the 30th anniversary of the massacree, on Thanksgiving, before a live audience, in the place where it all began, he does "Alice" again with some historic footnotes added to the original, creating a return to the scene of the crime in ways that make this version of the famous record the one to stand for all time.


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