KCRW Presents: Vetiver With a focus on upbeat folk and memorable melodies, the California band's songs come alive in this set recorded at Village Studios for KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic.
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KCRW Presents: Vetiver

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KCRW Presents: Vetiver

KCRW Presents: Vetiver

KCRW Presents: Vetiver

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Set List

  • "Rolling Sea"
  • "Worse For Wear"
  • "Right Away"
  • "You May Be Blue"
  • "Can't You Tell"
  • "Wonder Why"
  • "Wishing Well"

Vetiver's latest album, Errant Charm, was born — musically speaking — in a Los Angeles studio and raised on the streets of San Francisco, where singer Andy Cabic wrote most of the lyrics. The result, not surprisingly, sounds like a Southern California album, with a focus on upbeat folk and memorable melodies. Its songs come alive in this full-band set recorded at Village Studios — it's the sound of a band really hitting its stride.