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KCRW Presents: Alabama Shakes, Live In ConcertKCRW

The Alabama Shakes performed a First Listen Live of the band's new album, Sound & Color, on the eve of the album's release at Apogee Studio in Los Angeles, and you can watch the entire concert in HD thanks to our partner KCRW and its flagship show, Morning Becomes Eclectic.

Brittany Howard and her crew played 10 of the 12 songs on Sound & Color, and threw in a few hits from their 2012 LP, Boys & Girls.

Set List
  • "Miss You"
  • "Rise To The Sun"
  • "Dunes"
  • "Future People"
  • "Guess Who"
  • "Heartbreaker"
  • "The Greatest"
  • "This Feeling"
  • "Gimme All Your Love"
  • "On Your Way"
  • "Gemini"
  • "Don't Wanna Fight"
  • "You Ain't Alone"
  • "Over My Head"
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