December 12, 2011 – 4:37 am

You can count down the last hours of 2011 with this excellent show.

Click on the panels for a better view or to download artwork.

Live From Zone C [no label, 1CD]

Live in New York for Living Room Concert, November 2, 2011. Excellent FM stereo broadcast November 25, 2011.

Fans were invited to choose from 36 songs on her The Essential Rosanne Cash release. She would then perform the songs that had the most votes. September When It Comes got the most votes but so did Cash originals like Seven Year Ache and Western Wall.

Western Wall is a song about faith:

I don’t know if God was ever a man
But if she was I think I understand
Why he found a place to break his fall
Near the Western Wall

That’s an interesting thought to carry us to the end of the year. Along the way, Cash and husband John Leventhal played an emotional version of 500 Miles that aches as many as the miles ahead to be travelled.

Since 1990’s Interiors set the tone, Rosanne Cash has excelled in quiet intimate shows. This one is no exception. Enjoy. Thanks to tamlyn for sharing this show at dime.
- Professor Red

Artwork pictures posted at, thanks.

Click on the highlighted tracks to download the MP3s (sample rate of 192 kbps). As far as we can ascertain, these tracks have never been officially released on CD.

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Track 01. Intro by Rosanne Cash and John Leventhal [0:55] (1.2MB)
Track 02. Sea Of Heartbreak [3:54] (5.3MB)
Track 03. September When It Comes [4:19] (5.9MB)
Track 04. Seven Year Ache [3:34] (4.8MB)
Track 05. 500 Miles [4:58] (6.8MB)
Track 06. Never Be You [4:05] (5.6MB)
Track 07. The Good Intent [4:00] (5.5MB)
Track 08. Runaway Train [4:55] (6.7MB)
Track 09. Western Wall [3:17] (4.5MB)
Track 10. The Way We Make A Broken Heart [3:47] (5.2MB)
Track 11. Blue Moon With Heartache [4:55] (6.7MB)
Track 12. Black Cadillac [3:32] (4.8MB)
Track 13. House On The Lake [3:29] DJ announcements over the music (4.7MB)
Track 14. Sleeping In Paris [4:59] (6.8MB)
(TT 54:31m)

The show was to promote her latest compilation, The Essential Rosanne Cash. Buy the 2CD set here.

  1. 6 Responses to “LAST NIGHT OF THE YEAR”

  2. thanks guys!

    By sluggo on Dec 12, 2011

  3. For me it would be “Brave New World” by Iron Maiden.

    Let’s hope we can do away with the bad things that we can control – it’ll take a brave person to initiate the steps we need to help our world to ‘get better’. Apart from natural disasters, we cause most of our problems – greed, consumerism, politics, etc.
    A new world is what we need, but it won’t happen overnight, let’s make a start on the 31st eh?

    By Daij on Dec 12, 2011

  4. I agree with you Daij, but the real problem is: how do you save humanity from it’s inherent inhumanity?

    By lowendbill on Dec 12, 2011

  5. How do we save humanity? We pray to God, and continue to believe that He will sort out the tough stuff. Thanks, for another great one. Have a nice Christmas

    By Jim G on Dec 12, 2011

  6. Thanks for this. About five years ago she did an excellent interview and concert on NPR’s World Cafe about her album for her father.

    By Steve C on Dec 13, 2011

  7. “… that’s why I love mankind…” (RN)

    By lowendbill on Dec 13, 2011

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