Celebrating the reissue of his first solo album, Baby I'm Bored (2003), Evan Dando will stop by New Zealand as part of his World Tour for two shows:
Emerging after The Lemonheads disbanded, Evan Dando returned to music first with a solo tour and ‘Live At The Brattle Theatre’ then came his debut solo album ‘Baby I’m Bored’.
Mature and autobiographical, ‘Baby I’m Bored’ is a stellar record that stripped Dando of his grunge label. At the time of recording, he was without the band which saw him lean more towards an achingly melodic alt-country rock sound. Self-deprecating, these are songs of decline and coming back from that.
The upcoming deluxe reissue of ‘Baby I’m Bored’ on Fire Records via Southbound in NZ) for Record Store Day 2017, will be released as a deluxe two-platter vinyl set — the second disc being unheard unreleased tracks, singles, b-sides and rarities. You can listen to two tracks from the bonus disc — an alternate version of “Shots is Fire” featuring Liv Tyler and an alternate version of Rancho Santa Fe — and check out the full reissue tracklist, below.
Saturday 3rd June: Blue Smoke, Christchurch - Tickets via Under The Radar
Sunday June 4th: The Tuning Fork, Auckland - Tickets via Ticketmaster
Evan Dando – Baby I’m Bored reissue tracklist
A1 Repeat A2 My Idea A3 Rancho Santa Fe A4 Waking Up A5 Hard Drive A6 Shots Is Fired
B1 It Looks Like You B2 The Same Thing You Thought Hard About Is The Same Part I Can Live Without B3 Why Do You Do This To Yourself? B4 All My Life B5 Stop My Head B6 In The Grass All Wine Colored
C1 Shots Is Fired (Alternative Version) C2 I Wanna Be Your Mamma Again (Cover – B-Side from ‘Stop My Head’ Single) C3 Tongue Tied (B-Side from ‘Stop My Head’ Single) C4 Whoops C5 Sucker Punch C6 The Same Thing You Thought Hard About Is The Same Part I Can Live Without (Alternative Version)
D1 Au Bord De La Seine (B-Side From ‘Stop My Head’) D2 Rancho Santa Fe (Alternative Version) D3 A Walk In The Woods With Lionel Richie D4 Rudy With A Flashlight (Evan Dando) D5 Hannah & Gabi (Live Version – B-Side to ‘It Looks Like You’ Single) D6 The Same Thing You Thought Hard About Is The Same Part I Can Live Without (Live Version – B-Side to ‘It Looks Like You’ Single)
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