Social Distortion "Reach for the Sky" Acoustic Live & Rare





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Published on Dec 3, 2010

Social Distortion "Reach for the Sky" Acoustic live inside Sanderson Ford Studio X

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I swear that's Tarantino on the backing vocals.
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Brian Gorman
unreal how good this sounds..better than the original fast version..these boys were on that day in az...mike ness one of the most underrated musicians of our time.
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Cody Khaos
I cant believe people actually dis-liked this... This is a fucking masterpiece...
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Christine Bond
I chose to have this song played at my 33 year young sisters funeral last month. She loved social d as much as I do, and it was perfect for her life. I really thought she was invincible with everything she overcame in life and beat, surviving the unthinkable time and time again. She lived for the moment. I wanted her sons to hear this song played to help them realize life can be cut too short and appreciate every moment. 
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Roxanne Santori
Me and my twin thought we were Invinsable.. But we all pay our dues. And tomorrow really never comes when you need it to. She took her life, so I take this moment, but will never forget about the past.
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juliet beneke
This version gives me goosebumps...his voice is perfection :)
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Social Distortion and Dropkick Murphys creating music together would make my life complete,
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J.B. Beverley
Brother Mike can pen a song like nobody's business... And this version of "Reach For The Sky" kicks all kinds of ass.
Mutable by Nature
One of the greatest song i have ever heard.....
Kyle Woodring
I had a father once who may have not been my blood but that old man took me to my first SD concert for my 22nd birthday. He showed me what good real hearted music is about. These guys are gunna lie in my heart as one of my favorite bands of all time. Thanks pops RIP
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