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For the Live at KDHX session, Vetiver – Cabic and company gave “Wonder Why” and “Right Away” from “The Errant Charm,” an intimacy and easy rhythmic roll only hinted at on the lush, precisely crafted album. As a bonus, the band treated us to a boogie-ready cover of “Don’t Ease Me In,” best known as a song by the Grateful Dead. 

The song was originally appeared on the Grateful Dead‘s 1966 debut single, “Don’t Ease Me In/Stealin’” on Scorpio Records.

Vetiver “Don’t Ease Me In” Live at KDHX 9/20/11 by KDHX

Vetiver plays ‘Everyday’ for the in-studio performance on WNYC Soundcheck, June 13th 2011. Stream the show including a cover of the Go-Betweens ‘Streets of your town’, here. ‘Everyday’ is originally appeared on their previous album “Tight Knit” (Sub Pop/2009). The latest release “The Errant Charm” album is available now on Sub Pop. Andy Cabic (vocal, guitar), Otto Hauser (drums), Daniel Hindman (guitar), Bob Parins (bass), Sarah Versprille (tambourine. backing vocal).


Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion make a record
with Vetiver at Dreamland Studio

Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion – Never Too Far From My Heart

Their latest album “Bright Examples” (2011) co-produced by Vetiver’s Andy Cabic and Thom Monahan, recorded with Otto Houser (drums), Daniel Hindman (bass), Kevin Barker (guitar) from Vetiver and special guest artists including Gary Louris (The Jayhawks, vocals), Mark Olson (The Jayhawks, vocals), Neal Casal (guitar) and more, is available now on Ninth St. Opus.

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Vetiver – Wonder Why (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

Vetiver – Wonder Why

from Vetiver‘s fifth full-length “The Errant Charm” via Sub Pop / Bella Union Records, recorded by bandleader Andy Cabic and Thom Monahan.

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Vetiver & Michael Hurley – Be Kind To Me
Mississippi Studios Portland Oregon 2010

VETIVER return in late Spring with their fifth album, “The Errant Charm”, released on June 14th via Sub Pop, June 13th via Bella Union records, recorded by bandleader Andy Cabic and Thom Monahan.

Vetiver – Can’t You Tell
third track from “The Errant Charm”