Blind Melon ‎– Live At The Palace

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Toes Across The Floor
Wilt
Vernie
Soak The Sin
Change
Walk
Tones Of Home
No Rain
Galaxie
Soup
Skinned
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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
09463-41336-2-3 Blind Melon Live At The Palace(CD, Album, Dig) Capitol Records 09463-41336-2-3 US 2006 Sell This Version
09463 70801 2 2 Blind Melon Live At The Palace(CD, Album) Capitol Records 09463 70801 2 2 US 2006 Sell This Version
09463-41336-2-3 Blind Melon Live At The Palace(CD, Album, Club) Capitol Records 09463-41336-2-3 US 2006 Sell This Version
09463 70801 2 2 Blind Melon Live At The Palace(CD, Album, Promo) Capitol Records 09463 70801 2 2 US 2006 Sell This Version

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August 8, 2016
referencing Live At The Palace, CD, Album, Dig, 09463-41336-2-3
From amazon.com:

A message from Rogers Stevens (Blind Melon guitarist)
By Rogers Stevens on April 6, 2006
Format: Audio CD

Dear friends of the Melon,

We are very disappointed with the new "Live at the Palace" release. I have not seen a hard copy of the disc yet, but I was aware several months ago that the track list was scrambled when they made an aborted attempt to put it on Itunes, but did not know that this was off on the disc as well. We've been around the bend with Capitol about this, and they pretty much did what they wanted to anyway. The band does not have a manager now, so we didn't have anyone to run interferece with the label, and were dealing with it ourselves. We hated the cover, nobody who worked on it was credited, and it was put together without any consideration for our wishes. Last year, we worked closely with Capitol to release the "best of" and "live at the metro" releases, but some new people took over and just didn't care for our input. If you go to itunes Australia or England, you'll see the cover that we picked, which fits the theme of the other releases. Brad and Christopher spent a week mixing this thing and got no credit. Lyle Eaves (our live sound engineer) facilitated the recording...and again no credit. We wanted to honor our crew members who stuck with us through some unbelievably difficult touring...again no credit. We stand by the quality of the show and recording, but cannot remain silent about what they did with it. It's a shame, too, because Capitol treated us very well to this point. As always, we appreciate your support......

Rogers Stevens

Blind Melon guitarist