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Cherry Tree is an EP by the indie rock band The National, released in July 2004. "Murder Me Rachael" is a live version taken from a Black Sessions recording, while "Reasonable Man (I Don't Mind)" is a song featuring Padma Newsome. In addition to CD, Cherry Tree was also released on limited edition red-colored 10" vinyl. The song "About Today" was featured in the 2011 movie "Warrior", directed by Gavin O'Connor, and "Cherry Tree" was featured during the credits of the documentary If A Tree Falls. The song "All the Wine" was included on The National's follow-up album, Alligator.
All songs written and composed by The National, except where noted.
|2.||"All the Wine"||3:20|
|3.||"All Dolled-Up in Straps"||4:11|
|6.||"Murder Me Rachael" (Live)||3:37|
|7.||"Reasonable Man (I Don't Mind)"||Padma Newsome||5:22|
- Recorded by Peter Katis at Tarquin Studios, Nick Lloyd at Gretchen's Kitchen, Padma Newsome in Australia, and The National in Brooklyn.
- Mixed by Nick Lloyd at Gretchen's Kitchen.
- "Murder Me Rachael" is an extract from Black Session #200, broadcast by France Inter, Paris, on November 17, 2003, Studio 105.
- "Murder Me Rachael" sound engineered by George Sautour.
- Photography by Pope Rathman.
- Design by Distant Station Ltd.
- Additional musicians
- Padma Newsome – viola, violin, vocals (on tracks 3 and 7), guitar (on track 7)
- Nate Martinez – electric guitars (on track 1)
- Nick Lloyd – piano and organ