Boston, 1991. Three guys, two guitars, a set of drums. Guster’s brand of portable, stripped down acoustic songwriting proved to be just that: something shared, something that would become part of nineties dorm culture, and spread beyond it, too.
Six albums later, and we’re still listening. You should too. In this edition of Staff Picks: Guster, Live With the Redacted Symphony. It’s a ten-song concert album that puts a new lens on old favorites, including “Satellite”, “Come Downstairs and Say Hello”, and “Fa Fa”. And it is awesome.