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Hello Again

Also Known As: New Song #3
Album: Stand Up
Fully Played: 82
Last Played: 6.30.10 (2669 days ago)
Shortest Version: 5:22 (06.17.04)
Longest Version: 11:54 (10.05.04)

Liberated 1 time:
9.10.055.28.10 (after 1721 days)
You know you got what it is I want anyway I'm gonna take it from you
Composer
Beauford / Lessard / Matthews / Moore / Tinsley (2004)
Song History
An uncommon "story" song by the band, Hello Again is an old-fashioned first person tale of past murder and the mental anguish that follows. It debuted as one of the "Summer 2004" songs with Crazy-Easy, Sugar Will and Joyride and was referred to as New Song #3 on the dmband.com websites. It can be assumed that the song was a late addition to the album because the promotional copies sent to Australia to promote the Spring tour there have it added on to the end of the disc with Joyride after the album closer, Hunger For the Great Light. Trouble With You was in its place in track 9 after Out of My Hands and before Louisiana Bayou. When the album was finally released several months later, Trouble With You was removed from the album and added to the bonus disc, while a severely and abruptly truncated version of Hello Again took its place. The first few notes of Louisiana Bayou were eliminated to make the segue even more disjointed.

Live, the song developed throughout the 2004 Summer Tour. Initial chord strummings, which Dave often does before songs, evolved into an intro complete with lyrics, which then evolved (most likely) into the song #27, written before the 2007 Summer Tour. A rare mistake by Carter mid-tour led to an impromptu drum solo in the middle, which was added into all subsequent versions. After being a staple of 2004 and early 2005 shows, Hello Again has become a bit of a rarity, and took the entire 2006 Summer Tour off.


Studio personnel:
Butch Taylor - organ
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