British folk quartet Waking the Witch brews up a potent live show in this concert from their "Boys from the Abattoir" tour, filmed at Leeds's City Varieties. Accompanied by bassist Jon Short and drummer Mick Bedford, the ladies perform "Only Human," "Spring Song," "Through and Through," "Horse to Water," among other tracks. Jon Burr (harmonica) and Fluff (strings) make guest appearances. The program also includes an interview with the band.
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Have you watched Waking the Witch: Live yet? What did you think about it?