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Live reflections from Tegan and Sara

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By Marc Hirsh
Globe Correspondent / November 29, 2011
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Tegan And Sara’s first live album doesn’t quite return to the duo’s formative days as an acoustic-slinging sister act, but with some songs featuring just the twins singing and strumming, it comes close at times. That might be intentional: ”Get Along” has a definite sense of reflecting on where they’ve come from and a more nebulous hint of closing the door on one chapter of their career.

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