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A large reason that Dead Can Dance tours and performances were so praised by hardcore fans lay in the band's welcome preference for unknown and otherwise unheard material, rather than simply rehashing expected numbers. Bootlegging of these tracks and performances was understandable and widespread, so involved and passionate was the band's following. Recorded at a Los Angeles performance from the Into the Labyrinth tour, the astounding Toward the Within shows that the band's magic was clearly not simply something created in studio. Both lead performers are simply in excelsis, their vocal abilities hardly diminished by the rigors of the road -- if anything, they sound even more inspired as a result. The range of instruments tackled is testimony to the group's breadth, from the yang ch'in, a Chinese equivalent to hammered dulcimer, to a wide range of drums. As for the songs, only four of the fifteen had been officially released before, including fine takes on "Cantara," "Song of the Sibyl" and "Yulunga (Spirit Dance)." As for the numerous new delights, Perry has a number of solo or near-solo tracks he performs with acoustic guitar. These include the lovely "American Dreaming" and the mystical set-closing "Don't Fade Away," calling to mind Tim Buckley's sense of scope and vision. Gerrard's unquestioned highlight is the combination of "Tristan" and "Sanvean," the latter of which is an awesome, widescreen number that became an undisputed highlight on her solo debut The Mirror Pool. Perhaps the most astonishing numbers are "Rakim," featuring a striking intertwining of Perry and Gerrard's singing, and a version of Sinead O'Connor's "I Am Stretched on Your Grave" that redefines passionate drama. ~ Ned Raggett

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1
Rakim (Live Remastered) 00:06:25

Dead Can Dance, Artist, MainArtist - Lisa Gerrard, Composer - Brendan Perry, Composer - Universal / Momentum 3 Music Ltd, MusicPublisher

2007 4AD Ltd 2007 4AD Ltd

2
Persian Love Song (Live Remastered) 00:02:56

Dead Can Dance, Artist, MainArtist - Traditional, Composer - Universal / Momentum 3 Music Ltd, MusicPublisher

2007 4AD Ltd 2007 4AD Ltd

3
Desert Song (Live Remastered) 00:04:21

Dead Can Dance, Artist, MainArtist - Lisa Gerrard, Composer - Brendan Perry, Composer - Universal / Momentum 3 Music Ltd, MusicPublisher

2007 4AD Ltd 2007 4AD Ltd

4
Yulunga (Spirit Dance) [Live Remastered] 00:07:11

Dead Can Dance, Artist, MainArtist - Lisa Gerrard, Composer - Brendan Perry, Composer - Universal / Momentum 3 Music Ltd, MusicPublisher

2007 4AD Ltd 2007 4AD Ltd

5
Piece For Solo Flute (Live Remastered) 00:03:34

Dead Can Dance, Artist, MainArtist - Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Robert Perry, Composer

2007 4AD Ltd 2007 4AD Ltd

6
The Wind That Shakes The Barley (Live Remastered) 00:03:11

Dead Can Dance, Artist, MainArtist - Universal / Momentum 3 Music Ltd, MusicPublisher - Dr. Dwyer Joyce, Composer

2007 4AD Ltd 2007 4AD Ltd

7
I Am Stretched On Your Grave (Live Remastered) 00:04:38

Dead Can Dance, Artist, MainArtist - Michael O'Donovan, Composer - EMI Virgin Music Ltd., MusicPublisher - Mulligan Music, MusicPublisher

2007 4AD Ltd 2007 4AD Ltd

8
I Can See Now (Live Remastered) 00:02:57

Dead Can Dance, Artist, MainArtist - Brendan Perry, Composer - Universal / Momentum 3 Music Ltd, MusicPublisher

2007 4AD Ltd 2007 4AD Ltd

9
American Dreaming (Live Remastered) 00:04:54

Dead Can Dance, Artist, MainArtist - Brendan Perry, Composer - Universal / Momentum 3 Music Ltd, MusicPublisher

2007 4AD Ltd 2007 4AD Ltd

10
Cantara (Live Remastered) 00:05:16

Dead Can Dance, Artist, MainArtist - Lisa Gerrard, Composer - Brendan Perry, Composer - Universal / Momentum 3 Music Ltd, MusicPublisher

2007 4AD Ltd 2007 4AD Ltd

11
Oman (Live Remastered) 00:05:49

Dead Can Dance, Artist, MainArtist - Lisa Gerrard, Composer - Brendan Perry, Composer - Universal / Momentum 3 Music Ltd, MusicPublisher

2007 4AD Ltd 2007 4AD Ltd

12
The Song Of The Sibyl (Live Remastered) 00:04:31

Dead Can Dance, Artist, MainArtist - Lisa Gerrard, Composer - Brendan Perry, Composer - Universal / Momentum 3 Music Ltd, MusicPublisher

2007 4AD Ltd 2007 4AD Ltd

13
Tristan (Live Remastered) 00:01:48

Dead Can Dance, Artist, MainArtist - PUBLIC DOMAIN, MusicPublisher - Gottfried Von Straßburg, Composer

2007 4AD Ltd 2007 4AD Ltd

14
Sanvean (Live Remastered) 00:04:05

Dead Can Dance, Artist, MainArtist - Lisa Gerrard, Composer - Andrew Claxton, Composer - Universal / Momentum 3 Music Ltd, MusicPublisher

2007 4AD Ltd 2007 4AD Ltd

15
Don't Fade Away (Live Remastered) 00:06:15

Dead Can Dance, Artist, MainArtist - Brendan Perry, Composer - Universal / Momentum 3 Music Ltd, MusicPublisher

2007 4AD Ltd 2007 4AD Ltd

Album Description

A large reason that Dead Can Dance tours and performances were so praised by hardcore fans lay in the band's welcome preference for unknown and otherwise unheard material, rather than simply rehashing expected numbers. Bootlegging of these tracks and performances was understandable and widespread, so involved and passionate was the band's following. Recorded at a Los Angeles performance from the Into the Labyrinth tour, the astounding Toward the Within shows that the band's magic was clearly not simply something created in studio. Both lead performers are simply in excelsis, their vocal abilities hardly diminished by the rigors of the road -- if anything, they sound even more inspired as a result. The range of instruments tackled is testimony to the group's breadth, from the yang ch'in, a Chinese equivalent to hammered dulcimer, to a wide range of drums. As for the songs, only four of the fifteen had been officially released before, including fine takes on "Cantara," "Song of the Sibyl" and "Yulunga (Spirit Dance)." As for the numerous new delights, Perry has a number of solo or near-solo tracks he performs with acoustic guitar. These include the lovely "American Dreaming" and the mystical set-closing "Don't Fade Away," calling to mind Tim Buckley's sense of scope and vision. Gerrard's unquestioned highlight is the combination of "Tristan" and "Sanvean," the latter of which is an awesome, widescreen number that became an undisputed highlight on her solo debut The Mirror Pool. Perhaps the most astonishing numbers are "Rakim," featuring a striking intertwining of Perry and Gerrard's singing, and a version of Sinead O'Connor's "I Am Stretched on Your Grave" that redefines passionate drama. ~ Ned Raggett

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