Band of Horses Live album 'Acoustic at the Ryman' to be released Feb 7 2014!

Band of Horses Live album ‘Acoustic at the Ryman’ to be released Feb 7 2014!

Recorded at Nashville’s legendary Ryman Auditorium over two magical nights in April 2013, Band of Horses new album ‘Acoustic at The Ryman’ will be released February 7



Men with cool girlfriends and wives, rejoice! Band of Horses has just armed you with the perfect Valentine’s Day gift: Acoustic at The Ryman, a 10-song virtual greatest hits set of acoustic renditions of songs from across the Band of Horses catalogue. Recorded at Nashville’s legendary Ryman Auditorium over two magical nights in April 2013, Acoustic at The Ryman will be released February 7 on Brown Records via Kobalt Label Services. In addition to standard digital and CD versions, Acoustic at The Ryman will be available on 180 Gram Vinyl as well as a high quality 24-bit 96k WAV version. Standard digital, CD and vinyl versions are available for pre-order with bonus tracks at

Having captured this two-night stand’s worth of singular performances that the NASHVILLE SCENE said “brought to mind the best efforts of Eagles and Crosby, Stills and Nash,” Band of Horses set about translating the energy and electricity of The Ryman document into the closest possible experience to having been there. Using the latest hardware from DSD recorder manufacturers Mytek, Band of Horses mixed the record in the band’s hometown haunt of Charleston Sound. As a result, Band of Horses: Acoustic at the Ryman is one of a mere handful of non-Classical/Jazz albums mixed and mastered in the DSD format, capturing the ragged magic of an unforgettable performance in dangerously pristine quality.

“The game plan was to keep it wild and expressive like the show while capturing it with highest resolution available,” says the band’s Bill Reynolds.  “The electricity in The Ryman was off the charts. If that makes it to the listener, then we’ll consider this a success.”

Band of Horses: Acoustic at the Ryman was mixed down to DSD through Mytek convertors and mastered from DSD to DSD by Bob Ludwig At Gateway using the Mytek 8Z192 ADDA. The recording was transferred from DSD to 180 Gram Vinyl by Doug Sax at The Mastering Lab.


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