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Eels Live at the Town Hall

PUBLISHED: 12:08 16 February 2006 | UPDATED: 14:35 12 May 2010

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Available from Monday February 20 LOTS of bands play it safe once they've released a few albums, sticking to their money-earning tried and tested formula. But the Eels like to take risks when it comes to their music style. And with their latest release t

Available from Monday February 20 LOTS of bands play it safe once they've released a few albums, sticking to their money-earning tried and tested formula. But the Eels like to take risks when it comes to their music style. And with their latest release they've chosen to try something slightly different. The magic of this live performance, at the town hall in New York City, has been captured perfectly. The show was part of a tour last year, involving seven musicians juggling 20 instruments and frontman Mark 'E' Everett admitted the band learned how to read sheet music for the first time. But that didn't stop them getting great reviews for their efforts.

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