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Update: Here is the full show including applause breaks and banter:
Sufjan Stevens – Live at Town Hall [136.7MB]
You probably want to start with this one:
Sufjan Stevens – Majesty Songbird [live – 060929 Town Hall]

What I find most amazing about this new song is that Mr. Stevens can write nearly a hundred tunes in the past three years and still have a melody bouncing around in his head that is ten years old (the melody which this song is built around). Given his prolific output, one would imagine that his song-writting was pure train of thought – notes pop in, notes plop out – but it is impressive that he can allow an idea to gestate for such a long period of time when he obviously has ample need for material (…2 down, 48 to go).

It does feel like the song is ready to end at the 7:30 mark before that weird distorted guitar solo comes in. Sure it’s playing the melody again, but it feels removed from the aesthetic of the song. In the end, I’m glad the song continues because the chords that come in 30 seconds later are my favorite part of the piece. I’m very curious to see what they might do with this in the studio.

Other musical highlights from this show were the string progression at the end of “Predatory Wasp” calming the mood for ‘John Wayne Gacy, Jr.”, “To Be Alone With You” and anytime that the bass pedals were used. I wasn’t positively aware that they existed until Saturday’s show, but their presence was felt. I first thought they were heavily amplifying the low end of the piano to get that ridiculous room-shaking low end, but Shara and the guitarist/bassist were definitely using their feet to play notes on a few songs. Also, “Sister” is officially my favorite song to see him play live.

As you’ll hear, the sound was fabulous (though Saturday night there were some technical issues) and the crowd was incredibly attentive – to the point where I was able to make clean edits of almost every song pre-applause. I know some of you will want the applause and banter that goes along with the live experience so I’ll post the entire show top to bottom in a zip file later this week.

Sufjan Stevens – Live at The Town Hall
New York City – September 29th, 2006

01 Intro
02 Sister
03 The Man of Metropolis Steals Our Hearts
04 He Woke Me Up Again
05 The Transfiguration
06 Detroit, Lift Up Your Weary Head! (Rebuild! Restore! Reconsider!)
07 To Be Alone With You
08 The Predatory Wasp Of The Palisades Is Out To Get Us!
09 John Wayne Gacy, Jr.
10 That Was The Worst Xmas Ever
11 Dear Mr. Supercomputer
12 Jacksonville
13 Abraham
14 A Good Man Is Hard To Find
15 Majesty Snowbird
16 Chicago

17 They Are Night Zombies!! They Are Neighbors!! They Have Come Back From The Dead!! Ahhhh!
18 Casimir Pulaski Day

So it’s 4am, I have work in the morning and homework due for tomorrow’s class. And what am I doing? Photoshopping butterfly wings to my stick figure self. I need a new hobby. If you’re uncertain why I’m metamorphisisizing myself check out bugsinamber’s photos from the Friday night show.

192 Responses to “Sufjan Stevens – The Town Hall, September 29th”

  1. 1 Justin

    Awesome; thanks for posting this…

  2. 2 preston

    thank you. thank you. thank you.

    The sound is indeed great. Wonderful to be able to heaar this again, always nice to get a recording of a show I was at, and even more so when it sounds this good. Well done, and thanks again.

  3. 3 Sam Bowden

    I was at the show! this is awesome!!

  4. 4 jeff

    Thank you so much for the recordings of the concert. I was unable to get tickets to see Sufjan. I was unable to open the encore tracks (Zomblies, Casmir–my favorite). I was wondering if they could be reloaded? However, I am not complaining because I am beyond grateful for a live concert of Sufjan. Much thanks!

  5. 5 Andrew

    The encore tracks don’t work :(

  6. 6 downloadie

    Please fix the links for the last 2 songsI think all they need are .mp3’s at the end

    17 They Are Night Zombies!! They Are Neighbors!! They Have Come Back From The Dead!! Ahhhh!
    18 Casimir Pulaski Day

  7. 7 Ryan


  8. 8 jekylldog

    What’s the laughter for during Man of Metropolis? He didn’t play that song in Atlanta.

  9. 9 Matt

    Thanks for these great recordings. The most beautiful concert I’ve ever experience. And you can def hear when they unleashed the inflatable Santas during “Worst Xmas Ever.” Put a smile on my face.

  10. 10 Ryan

    Initially the laughter was for the inflatable Superman dolls thrown from the stage and raining down from the balcony, but it was also in response to the video they played during the song which showed Sufjan and friends goofing around with Superman cutouts and a mountain of inflatables.

  11. 11 bugsinamber

    ryan, i love you for posting this. please post the entire unedited version soon. and thank you for linking to my photos.

  12. 12 Tlo

    thank you so much!!!!

    i have a bunch of videos on my youtube from the first two nights if anyone is interested.. and the last night should be coming sometime this week or next week.

  13. 13 amy

    thanks ryan! i was crossing my fingers hoping someone was getting all this. i second what bugsinamber said, any chance for the unedited version? i adore all of his stories.

  14. 14 michelle

    thank you so much for going to all the trouble to post this. i am amazingly grateful. you made my week!


  15. 15 kenny

    anyone have a recording of saturday night 9/30?? very excellent. thanks in advance!

  16. 16 François

    A billion of thanks for posting this!
    I can’t believe how beautiful it is !!!

  17. 17 billy

    thank you so much for this, ryan! the mp3 blogs are mad-linking to this! u’re so lucky to have heard majesty snowbird live with the works!

  18. 18 chase

    You are a hero. Thank you.

  19. 19 shira

    I was hoping someone recorded this show, which was quite possibly the best concert I’ve been to yet. amazing. thank you SO much.

  20. 20 John

    Thanks so much! can you tell me what all the laughter was for during Worst Christmas Ever? He neglected to play that song in Indianapolis… I was laughing along while listening even though I didnt know what i was laughing at, haha

  21. 21 jim kelly

    thank you thank you – I was at the Sept 28 show at the Tower in Philadelphia – what a wonderful concert – nice to have this version from the next evening

  22. 22 Trey

    Lovely…I went to his show in Atlanta…Fantastic…He killed when he played “Seven Swans”

  23. 23 Ryan

    The laughter during The Worst Xmas Ever was from the inflatable Santas thrown into the crowd. You can hear them squeaking and if you listen carefully one falls into the aisle to the left of where I was sitting. It actually happened to the right, but my mic was upside down. A girl ran down to the aisle and rescued santa before security cleared him away.

  24. 24 Alayna

    You totally rock for recording/posting this!!! I was at this show sitting not ten feet from Sufjan and even managed to get popped in the back of the head by one of the Supermans. How great to hear this concert again! I’m especially pleased to get a second crack at the Supercomputer Overture. Thanks!!!

  25. 25 teedee

    thanx so much for this post > can’t wait to relive > attended fri & sat shows @ town hall, took my 11 yr old son on sat – we were in total awe – we’ve waited a long time to see sufjan & band, unfortunately missed him at aol/tw building. i’m actually surprised at the lack of postings from this tour – to thee i am eternally grateful – cheers!

  26. 26 chris

    This is just what I am looking for. I flew all the way from Florida with my girlfriend for this show. We originally only had tickets for the firday night show, but during the day on saturday our friend who we were staying with ended up getting tickets at the box office, ones which where apparently just opened up. They were even better seats than the night before, they were front row balcony center (right next to the profector) Anyways, sorry for the rant but I will be sure to share this with all of my friends.

  27. 27 ian

    Thank you so much. i wanted to go to the show in NC but it sold out in minutes.

  28. 28 Sherry

    Many thanks for the excellent recording!

  29. 29 John T.

    Actually, the laughter during “Man of Metropolis” was my fault. One of the inflatable supermen landed in my lap, and this one chose to ascend a few feet and sway back and forth to the music for the beginning of the song. This was apparently humorous. My biggest thrill was that Sufjan could hear the tittering and looked up to see what was going on.

    That video was merely cute, but not laugh-out-loud so.

  30. 30 Erik

    where are other set lists? (specifically the nyc shows)

  31. 31 Kristen

    THIS MAKES ME SO HAPPY! I live too far away from any place the tour was hitting. This is the next best thing because it is so beautifully recorded. You have really blessed me. Thank you so much!

  32. 32 April

    Xmas & birthday rolled into one!!!

  33. 33 Blake Wolf

    Thank you so much. I do believe this is my first time to get a live recording of a show I was at. I appreciate it greatly, and am very excited to listen.

  34. 34 Steve

    Im seeing Sufjan in 20 or so days in Manchester England.

    I’m looking forward to it even more now.

    Fantastic recording.

    Many Thanks


  35. 35 matt

    you are my new favorite person in the world! edmonton (canada) is thankful!

  36. 36 Newelectricmuse

    Excellent! Wish I could see him in London but it’s sold out – I’ve only just found Sufjan in the last couple of months and found out about the tour too late. I’ll have to wait till next time – in the meantime it’s good to hear what he sounds like live. Thanks!

  37. 37 Monet

    you are an amazing person for posting this! thank you so much!

  38. 38 Katie

    Thank you so much for posting this; the sound quality is absolutely incredible for a live performance. This only makes me more determined to see him this year, no matter how far I have to travel or how much it’ll cost. He’s probably one of the most brilliant and prolific musicians of our time.

  39. 39 Jesse

    I went to this show in Chicago at the Riviera on September 26, can’t believe you recorded this! This is sooo amazing

  40. 40 yltfan

    I also recorded a Sufjan show–both soundboard and audience, and posted a pretty amazing matrix of the two sources at dimeadozen. Y’all should check it out!
    might still be available here, too:

  41. 41 Katie

    I posted a response almost a year ago, and I just wanted to let you know that I DID actually get to see him this year…my determination paid off :-) His concert at BAM on November 3rd was the greatest performance I’ve ever seen. Thanks again for posting the bootleg of the Town Hall show. I had loved him dearly before, but hearing these orchestral versions is what really blew my mind.

  42. 42 lauren.

    years later, this still warms my heart. thanks!

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