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Natalie Merchant got her start at age 17 as the lead singer of the folk-pop outfit 10,000 Maniacs. Her silken voice and outspoken social awareness wooed music fans and cemented her status as one of the day's most astute and captivating artists. Though 10,000 Maniacs achieved a level of critical success as a major-label act in the mid-80's, Merchant decided to go it alone in 1994. Since then her popularity has bloomed in the wake of Tigerlily, Ophelia, Motherland, Live in Concert: Natalie Merchant and The House Carpenter's Daughter. Featured here are the hits in an intimate, one-of-a-kind setting.
These Are the Days
What's the Matter Here?
Kind and Generous
Break Your Heart
These Are the Days (Bonus Track)
Life is Sweet (Bonus Track)
truly one of the greatest singers of our time. Here, she's intimate. She explains the meanings behind these songs and her writing them.Published 17 months ago by Francis Kelly
Great album.. Some of the 'stories' between songs are pretty boring, but others are pretty insightful.
Acoustic/Live versions of songs are pretty nice.
I've never seen her perform live, so I liked seeing this. Wasn't able to rent it any place. Love her music.Published on April 28, 2013 by Rita Dean
After owning one of her 10,000 Maniacs albums and one of her solo albums, I expected a better performance from this DVD. Read morePublished on March 26, 2013 by Audio Reviewer X
She gives a very nice story and background to each song and she doesn't ramble on more than needed. the songs were a great selection and also well played live. Read morePublished on January 22, 2013 by Duc Pham
Natalie Merchant is one of those artists that stirs up emotion and captures the quadaries of life with ease while her voice rips through your mind. Read morePublished on September 23, 2012 by ajsteele
This is a great performance by a very talented artist. Definitely worth a watch if you've ever enjoyed her music or 10,000 Maniacs music.Published on May 21, 2011 by C. Verrilli
I really like the performance, Natalie sounds great, the stories behind the songs are very nice, the band sounds great. Read morePublished on March 3, 2011 by snow47