Concord Craft Recordings
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Travis celebrate 20 years with live album release!
Long sought-after recording by Travis fans
Includes favorites such as first U.K. Top-20 single "More Than Us," "Driftwood," "Happy" and "Turn"
Craft Recordings are set to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Travis' breakthrough year with two simultaneous releases: Live at Glastonbury '99, plus expanded editions of The Man Who — both of which are due out on June 21, 2019.
Available for the very first time, Live at Glastonbury '99 has been a long-sought-after recording by fans of Travis. The 16-song set includes such favorites as the band's first U.K. Top-20 single, "More Than Us," "Driftwood," "Happy," and "Turn." Live at Glastonbury '99 will be available on CD, as a two-disc vinyl set, and digitally.
1999 marked a momentous year for the Scottish quartet. Singer/songwriter Fran Healy, guitarist Andy Dunlop, drummer Neil Primrose, and bassist Dougie Payne had been together since the beginning of the decade, and were gearing up for the release of their sophomore album, The Man Who, after the release of their 1997 debut, Good Feeling.
With The Man Who having only been in the record shops for a month, Travis played the Other Stage at the Glastonbury Festival. It had been glorious weather, but, as they played their soon-to-be-released single "Why Does It Always Rain on Me?," the heavens opened. The soggy crowd went wild, and the performance went down as one of the all-time great shows in the festival's 50-year history. By the time "Why Does It Always Rain on Me?" was released as a single five weeks later, Travis and The Man Who were on the precipice of international stardom, and would go on to headline Glastonbury a year later.
|Blue Flashing Light|
|Writing To Reach You|
|As You Are|
|Why Does It Always Rain On Me?|
|All I Want To Do Is Rock|
|Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah|
|Good Day To Die|
|More Than Us|