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1. At Folsom Prison
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2. Live: Live Those Songs Again
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3. At San Quentin (The Complete 1969
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4. Reckless Kelly Was Here
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5. Live @ The Fillmore
6. Double Live
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7. Her Story: Scenes from a Lifetime
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8. Live at Irving Plaza 4.18.06
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9. Okie from Muskogee
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10. Live Wherever You Are
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11. Farewell Concert
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12. Live in Texas
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13. Mountain Tracks, Vol. 3
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14. Viva Terlingua
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15. Live by Request
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16. Willie and Family Live
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17. Live 1973
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18. A Tribute to Nicolette Larson:
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19. Live
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20. A Gentle Evening with Townes Van

1. At Folsom Prison
Audio CD (19 October, 1999)
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Asin: B000028U0Y
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Johnny Cash had been breaking new ground for a decade when Read more

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  • Extra tracks
  • Live
  • Original recording remastered

Reviews (161)

5-0 out of 5 stars Johnny Cash at His Best
This is Johnny Cash at his best. With the bio-pic "Walk The Line" making the cable TV circuit (I've watched it on HBO at least three times in the last week), people are going to start searching out Cash's albums. If you're a fan, like I am, please direct them to this honest, insightful album. The music alone is well worth the small price of this CD, but with the additional gems such as the extra photos, liner notes, and Johnny's banter between and during songs, this is by far one of the 20th century's musical classics. June Carter's wit shines through, however briefly, and her voice is as lovely and true as Cash's. Don't mistake this for your run-of-the-mill country album. This is the Man in Black at his darkest, playing prison songs to approximately 2,000 inmates. This is Cash bringing entertainment and inspiration to hardened men who are probably smiling and laughing for the first time in years.
5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best CDs I own
This CD is an absolute blast to listen to. Not only is each and every one of the songs great, this CD also includes some of the onstage interaction between Cash, his band, and his audience that really livens things up. And this CD has very, very good sound that has been digitally remastered for the best quality of this recording to date. Crank up the volume on a good sound system and you can hear the prisoners shout all kinds of funny stuff. All in all, a very good portrait of a great entertainer.

4-0 out of 5 stars Lots of Fun
It is ironic that even though this concert was given at a prison and most of the songs are about being destitute, this recording is fun to listen to. It really helps to have seen the movie, "Walk the Line." When you listen to the CD in the context of Cash's life and the reason he played at Folsom, this CD takes on a whole new dimension. I am not usually a fan of Country music, though I have been striving to care less about style and more about content, but this music has a lot of heart. It is not intricate, nor is it ingenious in its conception, but the passion is there. The only annoying thing is that if you are not careful, these songs get stuck in your head, especially "Folsom Prison Blues."
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Subjects:  1. Country    2. Country & Western    3. Country-Pop    4. Pop    5. Progressive Country    6. Rock & Roll    7. Rockabilly    8. Traditional Country    9. United States of America   


2. Live: Live Those Songs Again
by Bna Entertainment
Audio CD (19 September, 2006)
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Asin: B000HEWGFG
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Live country albums are relatively scarce these days, and that's regrettable.Granted, the studio is a remarkable place, yet there's something about a quality concert recording--the immediacy and raw interaction with the audience--that no studio effort can match. While most concert albums are recorded at one location, Kenny Chesney created this collection from tapes of five years of shows at various locales. The material reflects the past eight years of his career, including "How Forever Feels" from 1998, "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy" from 1999, and "What I Need to Do" from 2000. "When the Sun Goes Down" comes complete with Uncle Kracker, who appeared on the single. There's an edgy version of 2005's "Beer in Mexico" and a remarkable performance of "Anything But Mine" in which a surprised Chesney stands by as the audience takes over the chorus. What's amazing is the blazing-hot consistency of the band throughout. While their backing reflects Chesney's arena-rock influences (no number is shorter than four minutes), his charisma, energetic presence, and ability to connect is pure country. Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Great live CD, BUT.......
there are several songs "missing" on this live CD! For one.....I am sooooo disappointed that Kenny's version of Conway Twitty's "Love to lay you down" did not make it onto the cd. :( Kenny says that they tried to record it, but it never came out "right". WHAT????? The few times I heard it live it was PERFECT!!!! I am sure other concert attendees would agree with me too! Kenny should have done a "double live" cd like Garth did. He has TOO many hits to just do 1 CD of 14 songs!
4-0 out of 5 stars great performance.....recording quality low
Kenny's performance is as good as it gets, however the mixing of this album could have been alot better. The way they did the crowd noise is annoying and the guitars sound like they are background music. When I bought this cd I also bought ac/dc live, I know what your thinking... but it was a disapointment to listen to a good quality live recording then listening to Live those songs again. Overall it is still worth buying.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Album!!
A great feel good, good times CD throughout...
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Subjects:  1. Contemporary Country    2. Country    3. New Traditionalist    4. Pop   


3. At San Quentin (The Complete 1969 Concert)
Audio CD (04 July, 2000)
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Asin: B00004U2GH
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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While Read more

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  • Original recording remastered

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5-0 out of 5 stars I REMEMBER JOHNNY
I am a Johnny Cash fan from the very first time I heard RING OF FIRE played on a juke box.I have looked over and listened to the samples on this recording and all I have to say is WOW!!!! GREAT, GRAND, GLORIOUS.I've Gotta Have THIS CD also.I also have his other CDs.Love them all.

4-0 out of 5 stars A flash from the past
I grew up on Johnny Cash's music, and this CD held great memories!It arrived in perfect condition as well.
5-0 out of 5 stars NOW it makes Sense!!
This was one of the first albums I owned on Vinyl, and I loved it but there were parts that didnt make any sense.Now with the full concert on CD, with no censorship of the dialogue, it all makes sense and is just as enjoyable an album. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Country    2. Country & Western    3. Country-Pop    4. Guitar    5. Pop    6. Progressive Country    7. Rock & Roll    8. Rockabilly    9. Spirituals    10. Traditional Country    11. United States of America    12. Vocals   


4. Reckless Kelly Was Here
by Sugarhill [Country]
Audio CD (08 August, 2006)
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Asin: B000GFLJJK
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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As is true with so many roots-rocking bands based in Austin, Texas, a sweaty club brings out the rambunctious best in Reckless Kelly, giving them a chance to stretch out and let loose on their first live recording. From the pulverizing opener of "Sixgun," which owes as much to AC/DC as the roadhouse, through the new party anthem, "Wiggles & Ritalin," and the reflective, acoustic "Wicked Twisted Road," the band feeds on the call-and-response energy of the hometown crowd and pays it back. The set offers tribute to Lone Star natives Alejandro Escovedo ("Castanets") and the Texas Tornados ("Guacamole"), as well as farther-flung inspirations such as Richard Thompson ("1952 Vincent Black Lightning") and the Beatles (a bluesy "Revolution"). "Baby's Gone Blues" begins as a riff-rocking piledriver and ends as a fiddle-driven breakdown, an encapsulation of the musical progression embodied within the band. On twangier fare such as "Nobody's Girl," frontman Willy Braun could pass as a vocal ringer for Steve Earle. Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Rockin' live album
Like the other reviewers, I LOVE Reckless Kelly and cherish my copy of their original live album, "Live at Stubbs". The vocals on Reckless Kelly Was Here aren't quite as strong as some of their others, but if you're looking to recreate some of their rockin' live show energy in your living room, you can't go wrong with this CD set.

4-0 out of 5 stars Live Reckless Kelly Live!
This disk captures the full throttle experience that is a Reckless Kelly show. Their own material continues to shine, their cover of Thompson's 1952 Vincent Black Lightening almost rates a 5 star just by itself. If you wish to introduce yourself or others to Reckless, this is the album to get. And if you want to reintroduce yourself to how very good they are, this is the album to get.

4-0 out of 5 stars A poor sound mix
Ok, I'm first, I lead off with that I love this band, I don't think they can be beat in todays music market, lots of energy, great song writing ability, masters of their insturments and they seem to really like each other, that's important, I loved the selection of songs and the home town crowd had them fired up, the sound?, well the guitars, fiddles and all came through like a champ! but the vocals, now I think Willy Braun is one of the best, I think he could sing just about anything and do a first class job of it, my gripe is, who mixed the vocal mike?, it sounds like it is at half volume, Willie's voice is drowned out by the band most of the time,If I didn't know the words to some songs already it would have been worse, I made changes to my set up and could only improve it a little, how could this error, that sticks out like a sore thumb, get passed over?, very disapointing. The video came through very strong, my hats off the the camera men, good job! I wish I could give this 5 stars, but I can't, this error ruins it. #2, well the recording of "Revolution" is the best I've ever heard!, man, it drives! it cooks!, Willy is at his best!, but David, man, you must have "blisters on your fingers!", your axe is on fire!, Lennon would have loved this!, why?, because it is real rock and roll!, this band is the tightest of any I've heard since the golden age, the 60's and early 70's, keep it up! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Alternative Country    2. Alternative Country-Rock    3. Americana    4. Country    5. Country-Rock    6. Pop    7. Rock & Roll   


5. Live @ The Fillmore
by Lost Highway
Audio CD (10 May, 2005)
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Asin: B000641A2C
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Few artists take the sort of emotional risks that Lucinda Williams does. Pouring her all into songs of hurt, need, and desire, she turns every live performance into an adventure, as the first concert recording of her career attests. Coproduced by Williams, Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Dark, gritty honky tonk music
I've never really been a big fan of Lucinda but wanted to give this Fillmore release a chance.Glad I did.
3-0 out of 5 stars Not sure what to say
This is a good live recording, but owning better live bootlegs of hers, and having attended better concerts of hers makes me wonder who decided what got put in this release and why?It took me a long time to shell out the bucks for this, and had I read the reviews on Amazon first, I probably would have spent the money on something else.Lucinda still makes me weak in the knees and I'll still buy the studio stuff and certainly keep going to the shows.The Fillmore might be legendary, but her performances in Houston far exceed what transpired on these San Francisco nights.

5-0 out of 5 stars Astonishing...
When I first heard "Change the Locks", I could not believe my ears. This is one of the most thrilling live recordings I've ever heard. Yeah, her singing is raw and yet you can hear every syllable. Just the way she sings "change-the...CAAAARRRRRRR I drive" blows my socks off.
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Subjects:  1. Adult Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Alternative Country-Rock    3. Alternative Folk    4. Americana    5. Heartland Rock    6. Pop    7. Rock    8. Rock/Pop    9. Singer/Songwriter    10. United States of America   


6. Double Live
by Capitol
Audio CD (17 November, 1998)
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Asin: B00000DMJG
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Garth Brooks's obvious inspirations for Read more

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  • Limited Edition
  • Live
  • Box set

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5-0 out of 5 stars Bring me two free albums
Don't I wish they would. Unfortunately, I'm going to have purchase it. My cd player died and ate my original copy of this double album.I think this is one of Garth Brooks' greatest albums which, from me is high praise. I am a fan of Garth Brooks but not a fanatic fan,if you understand my meaning, and I have do not always want to purchase his albums. This album, however,is different. Even if the album I originally purchased had not met its doom in the jaws of a cd eating player, I'd probably want a second copy of it. The selection of songs is fantastic and those special extras, the long versions of The Thunder Rolls and Friends In High Places just add to the enjoyment of this great double ablum. I consider it a must buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Got this cd in Limited Series box & I love it
I got this Double Live Cd in Garth Brooks Walmart Limited series box and it is my favorite. I have never been a big Garth Brooks fan but I did like some of his songs like Friends in Low Places but now I like his more upbeat songs like Papa loved Mama, Callin' Baton Rouge and Tearin' it up. I also like more serious songs like The Thunder Rolls, Unanswered Prayers and Standing Outside The Fire. I don't really like the other Cd's that came in the box other than the dvd with music videos and live performances. The double live sounds great and yes he does let the audience sing like in unanswered prayers but its still good.

5-0 out of 5 stars If you don't know Garth, you're missing out!
I must have been under a rock all my life b/c only recently a friend of mine introduced me to Garth Brooks.I don't know why I was so against opening up to country music all these years, b/c this stuff is truly a pleasure to listen to!
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Subjects:  1. Contemporary Country    2. Country    3. Country & Western    4. Country-Pop    5. New Traditionalist    6. Pop    7. Pop/Rock   


7. Her Story: Scenes from a Lifetime
by Curb Records
Audio CD (27 September, 2005)
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Asin: B000AYEI22
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Recorded live at the Grand Ole Opry House in spring 2005, this double-disc set is in essence the companion to Wynonna's new autobiography, Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Gotta Love It
As an avid country music fan, this cd is now at the top of my list of cds to listen to at home and in the car.

5-0 out of 5 stars Priceless
I believe that if you learn one from a book, it is worth what you paid for it.I have learned several things from this book.so to me, it is priceless.

5-0 out of 5 stars wynonna judd-her story
I was very touched by her concert which is this cd. she puts her soul and her spirit into all of her songs. One song almost had me in tears because she makes you feel her words. She is a must see in concert. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Contemporary Country    2. Country    3. Neo-Traditionalist Country    4. Pop    5. United States of America   


8. Live at Irving Plaza 4.18.06
by Universal South
Audio CD (10 October, 2006)
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Asin: B000ICLSOC
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This is Shooter Jennings's second release of 2006, recorded at a New York concert for Sirius Satellite Radio (where he hosts his own program) two weeks after the release of his second album, Read more

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Subjects:  1. Country    2. Pop   


9. Okie from Muskogee
by EMI Special Markets
Audio CD (23 October, 2001)
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Asin: B00005QD81
Sales Rank: 15269
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars "Mama Tried" worth the price of admission
The highlights of this bargain-priced live album are two-fold: Haggard's outstanding songs and the playing of guitarist Roy Nichols. You can hear almost note for note where Jerry Garcia found some of his licks. It's a bit dated, of course, but still a winner.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great album!
This album is great.
5-0 out of 5 stars A True Legend!
One of country music's most beloved performers is Merle Haggard. Merle is one of best from the classic years of country music that didn't have a famous relative to pave his way to stardom. Or be one of the pretty boys of today that have to rely on their looks not their voices.
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Subjects:  1. Bakersfield Sound    2. Country    3. Country & Western    4. Pop    5. Traditional Country   


10. Live Wherever You Are
by Big Machine Records
Audio CD (10 January, 2006)
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Asin: B000CQQHYA
Sales Rank: 4959
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great CD!
Jack just proves the kind of talent he has with Live Where Ever You Are. The new songs are fun and cool to sing to. I like all of the live cuts it shows more emotion than the studio cuts of these tracks.

1-0 out of 5 stars This is not a new live album
"Live wherever you are" is just a studio single. A 30 second spoken intro "Hello", 2 studio tracks "Wherever you are" & "Love you", a 2005 CMT radio broadcast "Never knocked me down". The 10 other tracks have already been released as part of the 2004 "Live at Gruene Hall", recorded on december 14, 2002. And this isn't mentioned anywhere!

5-0 out of 5 stars This album gets better every time you hear it.

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Subjects:  1. Contemporary Country    2. Country    3. Country-Rock    4. Pop   


11. Farewell Concert
by Yell Records
Audio CD (20 May, 2003)
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Asin: B00009L1SH
Sales Rank: 17239
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Statlers Will Be Eternally Awesome !!
As a child of the 70's, I grew up listening to the Statler Brothers. The catchy songs, the beautiful harmonies, the comedic bits in their shows, these are the ingredients of musical immortality. I talked my wife into seeing them live in 1996, she was leery of going because it was country music, which she is not crazy about, and she was not quite sure that she had ever heard of them. It was mostly an older crowd and the opening act was not good. Another strike was that she was 8 months pregnant and it was June. When they came out on stage, the entire building just absolutely came alive. The look of shock and disbelief that was on her face when she saw how the audience responded to them just walking on stage was priceless. It did not take the Statlers very long to win her over. By the third song, she thought that they were VERY GOOD and VERY FUNNY. Two years later they came back to town and I certainly did not have to convince her to go to their show.
4-0 out of 5 stars Statler brothers
CD ,S of the statler brothers were great.Cases were cracked quite badly but had no effect on cd performance.

5-0 out of 5 stars Unforgettable farewell performance you're sure to enjoy
For my money they were one of the most important acts in American popular music in the 20th century.The Statler Brothers would rank right up there with the Mills Brothers, Ol' Blue Eyes, Elvis and Bing.After all, they were a fixture on the country music charts for more than a quarter century.They hosted a highly successful variety show on the Nashville network for seven years.And audiences flocked to see them perform for nearly four decades.And like the Mills Brothers before them the Statlers had their own inimitable sound.
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Subjects:  1. Country    2. Country Gospel    3. Country-Pop    4. Pop    5. Traditional Country   


12. Live in Texas
Audio CD (29 June, 1999)
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Asin: B00000JFIT
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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One decade's oddity is the next decade's institution. Or at least that's been the case with Lyle Lovett. The Lone Star eccentric emerged in the 1980s ostensibly as a country artist, but it became clear pretty quickly that a Southern accent and a pair of cowboy boots does not a Nashville favorite make. In time, however, Lovett's free-range brand of swing, blues, gospel, folk, and whatever has been embraced by a coterie of fans who have as little interest in genres as their hero. Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars CD t hat makes you smile!
What a great CD.A talented artist with intelligent,funny lyrics at his best LIVE!

5-0 out of 5 stars Captures Great Energy of LIVE Peformance :)
After seeing Lyle in Oshkosh, Wisconsin last month, I find that I have been playing LL's live album in the car over and over remembering what a professional performance I saw at Leach Amphitheatre.It was a warm night,with temps in the high 80's with a half-moon rising over the nearby river, much like a Texas night. Lyle played for two and a-half hours.It was a great and relaxing time for my wife Debbie and I.A perfect evening. WOW!

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Lyle Lovett to date, with most of his signature songs.
If you're unitiated, your first thoughts tend to be to think of Lyle Lovett as primarily a Country Music guy with odd hair and who married Julia Roberts - that's from a random sampling of my younger musician friends. Then, I pop in Lyle Lovett Live in Texas, and let them listen to "Penguins," the opening track. The tight drums, horn section and bass guitar work always gets them frowning, and saying "THAT'S Lyle Lovett???" followed by a series of comparisons of this music to some music they already like.
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Subjects:  1. Alternative Country    2. Contemporary Country    3. Country    4. Country & Western    5. Pop    6. Singer/Songwriter   


13. Mountain Tracks, Vol. 3
by Sci Fidelity Records
Audio CD (14 September, 2004)
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Asin: B0002VGQN2
Sales Rank: 13495
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Must Own It
You might call me a biased jamband fan, but YMSB's music cannot be denied. YMSB is a some sort of offspring of bluegrass, and their hard hitting lyrics and perfect delivery mesh well. They play with so much passion and energy, and they are a just plain fun to listen to. This a four member band headed by a mandolin(Jeff Austin), stand up bass(Ben Kaufman), Banjo(Dave Johnston), and acoustic guitar(Adam Aijala). They also had a special guest David Anger on the fiddle which added a nice touch to the band. This cd is massive and includes 23 tracks, with many of them spanning over 7 minutes. YMSB isn't a band that takes itself too seriously and throughout the cd they joke around and are hilarious. These songs are the best songs on the cd in order of importance.
5-0 out of 5 stars Able to incite a crowd to riotous support of jamgrass music
Playing Time - 55:25 (disc 1); 65:47 (disc 2)-- A large contingent of Yonder Mountain String Band fans were out in full force at Planet Bluegrass in Lyons, Colorado in September 2003 for the live recording of this 23-track album at Kinfolk Celebration 2003. The band's distinctive jamgrass sound is supplemented with the expert fiddling of Darol Anger. Four tracks at the end of the 2-CD album also include Rashad Eggleston and Brittany Haas. Regular band members Jeff Austin (mandolin),Dave Johnston (banjo), Adam Aijala (guitar), and Ben Kaufmann (bass) all contribute original material to the band's spirited repertoire. Besides material from Willie Nelson,John Hartford, and Bill Monroe, the band also covers four songs penned by songwriter Benny "Burl" Galloway. The lyrical messages of their original material are interesting. Their material is well-rehearsed and arranged. Not sticking tostraight three-chord traditional progressions, YMSB punctuates and accentuates their music with a lot of excitement. The fun they have energizes their audiences.
5-0 out of 5 stars listen carefully
Yonder rocks. This album is another of their well-captured live shows and is deffinitely good tunes. Go see them in concert. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Appalachian Folk    2. Bluegrass    3. Contemporary Bluegrass    4. Country    5. Folk    6. Jam Bands    7. Old-Timey    8. Pop    9. Progressive Bluegrass    10. String Bands    11. United States of America   


14. Viva Terlingua
by Mca Nashville
Audio CD (11 April, 1990)
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Asin: B000002NX9
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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It's no accident that among the great albums Jerry Jeff Walker has made, most of them have been recorded in front of a live audience. If you want to get the feel of the rowdy Texas music scene of the early to-mid-'70s, look no further than Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars JJW
Jerry Jeff is actually from New York but who cares.This is a great album and many of these songs are played at his concerts today.
4-0 out of 5 stars Best Jerry Jeff Walker Release
This is a cd I had as an album. When I was 13 years old (back in '75), an AOR station always played "Up against the Wall". I thought it was the coolest song, cuz it was like country and the AOR station played it a lot, so it must be cool if they played it. London Homesick Blues is great too. The cd goes from rocking country to slow songs seemlessly. It is a great mix of tempo. Jerry Jeff was pretty cool back then for being "a country singer".

5-0 out of 5 stars VIVA TERLINGUA-JERRY JEFF WALKER
This was one of the first progressive country albums I owned.I have wore out the album, the 8-track, the cassette, and I purchased the cd when I found it online. It is one of the most wonderful, easy listening, cruising cd's that he has out.I would suggest it to anyone that cares to listen to this kind of music.Thank you Amazon.com for the efficient and timely manner in which you processed the order. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Country    2. Country & Western    3. Outlaw Country    4. Pop    5. Progressive Country    6. Singer/Songwriter   


15. Live by Request
by Warner Bros / Wea
Audio CD (14 August, 2001)
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Asin: B00005N82R
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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k.d. lang has spent her eccentric career pitching between twin poles of desire--torch (jazz/blues) and twang (retro country), and artistry and flamboyance. On Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars knocked my socks off!
Wow, was I impressed.I've heard songs by k d lang before and always appreciated her range and ability to get so deep into the emotions of her songs.I just spent an hour mezmerized by k d lang in her dvd "live by Request".
2-0 out of 5 stars Soulless
She has a great voice, the songs are good songs and the band is very competent but the record just doesn't work.It is just plain boring like kd is phoning it inMaybe an off night for her, I don't know but this CD ain't worth the price of a blank.

5-0 out of 5 stars CANADIAN singer...k.d. LANG...shines on this CD!

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Subjects:  1. Adult Alternative Pop/Rock    2. Alternative Country    3. Pop    4. Pop Vocals    5. Popular Music    6. Rock/Pop   


16. Willie and Family Live
Audio CD (24 June, 2003)
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Asin: B00009VU2E
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Willie Nelson has always enjoyed playing the casino circuit and this two-CD set catches him and his ever-touring entourage at a 1978 Lake Tahoe stopover. Nelson's live shows tend to have more in common with jam-rock-styled events than country-styled concerts--meaning that they are drawn-out experiences with peaks and valleys as opposed to tightly focused, song-oriented sets. Thus, those whose ears are expecting the latter might find the endless jamming a bit tedious and the vocal performances erratic. That, however, is Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Simply One of The Best
What I have found in many cases on Amazon is that people giving reviews are usually people who love the group/person and just fawn and gush about the recording, which is not at all helpful. I am going to rave about this because it is simply one of the best double CDs of all time. I like a huge array of music, if it is good, I like it, so I am not beholden to one style or artist. Willie Nelson is truly one of the gems of American music, as a songwriter and a performer, and this CD captures that very well. Incredible musicians back him up, and Willie can play and pick the guitar as good as anyone. He also has been willing throughout his career to do different styles, to explore new music types and to smash the frame people want him to be in. I don't like everything he has done, but of the thousands of CDs I have, this is easily in the Top 10, plus as a kicker, he signed it in 1999.Buy it.

5-0 out of 5 stars If you like Country...
...just buy this CD.Don't think about it.Don't debate about it.Just buy it.Put it in your cd changer or your iPod and it will stay there forever.Every song is a knockout!This is our Daytona 500 go to cd every single year...I'm surprised I haven't worn mine out!

4-0 out of 5 stars +1/2 -- Country jam band caught live in 1978
This 1978 set captures Nelson and his seven-piece band live at Harrah's casino showroom in Lake Tahoe, California. Those expecting a concise recitation of Nelson's songs - a typical country music show - will be in for something of a shock. In addition to reworking his early hits away from the straightjacket of their original Nashville arrangements, Nelson clearly looks at all of his songs as launching points for a live show, rather than sacrosanct icons.
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Subjects:  1. Country    2. Country & Western    3. Outlaw Country    4. Pop    5. Progressive Country    6. Traditional Country   


17. Live 1973
by Rhino / Wea
Audio CD (04 March, 1997)
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Asin: B0000033ZC
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Because he was gone by age 27, any opportunity to hear Gram Parsons in action is worthwhile. This record was recorded in front of a studio audience and broadcast live on WLIR in New York in March of 1973, a mere six months before Parsons's untimely death. Most of the material comes from his two solo albums (now collected on one CD) and his groundbreaking work with the Byrds and Burritos. Still, there are a few noteworthy additions to the canon, namely an urgent reading of Merle Haggard's "California Cottonfields," a roughshod '50s-rock medley, and the relatively obscure sacred tune "Country Baptizing," which was written by North Carolina fiddler Jim Shumate, a onetime member of both Bill Monroe's Blue Grass Boys and then Flatt & Scruggs's Foggy Mountain Boys. Parsons's touring band, the Fallen Angels, play with fire and looseness, especially Neil Flanz on pedal steel, and, of course, the wonderful Emmylou Harris harmonizes ever so passionately with the lead Fallen Angel. Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars The best way to remember Gram
For those of us who saw Gram on this tour, this is the record.Just a night or two before this was broadcast, Gram played almost the same set at Max's Kansas City--the only difference was his encore of Hank Williams's Jambalaya.What a night!I heard the original broadcast and taped it on a reel to reel and later transferred it to a cassette long before the complete concert was eventually issued.This is Gram.And Emmylou.And the touring band.Great songs and feeling that you don't find every day.Yea, I like the little that Gram left behind, but as far as live shows go, it beats the bootlegs of The Burritos or endless outtakes of the Reprise sessions.When I wish there were one more Gram Parsons album out there somewhere, I put this one on, and Gram lives.

5-0 out of 5 stars Most Listened To CD in my Collection
This is the album that turned me onto Gram Parsons and then the Flying Burrito Brothers. I came across this purely by accident but what a gem it is.A long time fan of Emmylou Harris I'm simply blown away by the energetic yet beautiful duet.About the only thing more I could wish for is this CD to be longer or have a second disc I could buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Live and at their peak
I would personally place this album ahead of GP and slightly behind Grievous Angel in quality of performance. I find the DJ chat interesting in what it reveals about the personalities of the musicians on that fabled tour. The band sounds generally tight and exuberant, and I think this reflects the fact that they had been on tour for several months and had reached a level of comfort with each other. Several of the cuts are superior to their versions on the studio albums, particularly Love Hurts, The New Soft Shoe, and That's All It Took. Gram's voice is smoother here than it often was on GP. As has been mentioned, Glanz' performance on steel guitar is terrific, and I think that tour guitarist Jock Bartley's rock sensibility compares favorably with Jimmy Burton's work on the studio sides.
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Subjects:  1. Country    2. Country-Rock    3. Pop    4. Popular Music    5. Rock    6. Rock/Pop   


18. A Tribute to Nicolette Larson: Lotta Lova Concert
by Rhino / Wea
Audio CD (14 February, 2006)
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Asin: B000C65Z5M
Sales Rank: 16102
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars You'll Get A Lotta Love To Get You Thru This Tribute
Nicolette is known by the vast public for that one song written by Neil Young.But what a cover!It still blasts from the radio as stong as the day it was released.
5-0 out of 5 stars On great form
Everyone on this album is on great form and it's worth buying for Bonnie Raitt doing Love has no Pride which might just break your heart! Another stand out is CSN doing The Beatles In My Life. If you like these kind of artists then buy this album: you can't go wrong!!

4-0 out of 5 stars A LOT TO LOVE AND A LOT LEFT OUT
I attended both nights of concerts honoring the life and music of the late Nicolette Larson at Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in February of 1998. The first night, I'd bought a ticket to the sold-out show from a scalper and enthralled, I watched the show from the tenth row. The second night, a member of the house band gave me a laminated all access pass and, enraptured (not hyperbole), I watched from the wings of the stage. A live release of the event had been long rumored, but after so many years had lapsed, I'd long since given up hope of ever seeing any keepsake of these wonderful performances surface, save for the roll of photos I snapped, the bootleg cassette that some rabid queen from Long Beach mailed to me later on,and the backstage stories I duly diarized when I got home that night. (It's not everyday that Mary Kay Place walks in on me when I'm standing at a urinal.) So at long last - arriving on Valentine's Day, no less - Nicolette is getting her due. This set boasts mainly the big hits - e.g., Ronstadt & Blue Bayou, Browne & Running on Empty, Buffett & Margaritaville (would have thought Come Monday a more appropriate choice, given the circumstances). But take it from one who was there: to pare down to a single disc, hard decisions had to be made and more magical moments somehow ended up on the cutting room floor, such as Ronstadt's spine-tingling take on Jimmy Webb's Adios, which mystifies me not just because it was vocal perfection (despite her onstage disclaimer that it was past her bedtime) but because its sentiment reflected the evening's most fitting tribute to her friend, former roommate, and singing sister. Emmylou Harris, who only appeared on the second of the two evenings, gave a brief dedication to Nicolette explaining why she selected Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, but that too was sadly omitted. Larson is remembered most for her biggest hit, Lotta Love, on which Carole King, Bonnie Raitt, and the astonishingly good Valerie Carter & Rosemary Butler trade off verses.[By the way, don't believe the liner notes: unless they were overdubbed later, Mary Kay Place,Linda Ronstadt & Emmylou Harris do NOT sing on this track; diva-licious Ronstadt arrived at the SaMo Civic exactly at intermission, went onstage to do her three numbers in the second half and grudgingly stuck around for the ensemble finale of You've Got a Friend, after which she immediately BOLTED the premises.Notice that she is the only artist absent in the group photo.] Bonnie Raitt's Love Has No Pride (wow!) contextualizes the live disc, reminding us of the relevance of the two evenings' worth of concerts, as do Jackson Browne's acoustic For a Dancer and Crosby, Stills & Nash's cover of In My Life & Dan Fogelberg's Part of the Plan, a much more profound song than the ditty I remembered. So there is a lot to love, but a lot left out, and a long time to wait
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Subjects:  1. Country-Pop    2. Pop    3. Retro-Rock    4. Rock/Pop Collections    5. Soft Rock    6. V/a Compilations   


19. Live
Audio CD (06 May, 2003)
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Asin: B000093FJD
Sales Rank: 71720
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Representing Texas country with style and attitude!
Charlie Robison has taken a lot of hype for recording this album. I'm wondering why the hell that is. I read all the bad reviews written about it, then went out and bought the album. I'm here, giving it a five-star review, because I absolutely loved it--and I have a feeling you will, too.
1-0 out of 5 stars An Artist In Search Of An Identity
Volume does not equal prowess, and ego does not equal greatness, but if either did, this self-indulgent CD would be topping the Billboard charts and winning Grammies like it's creator once predicted he would.5-0 out of 5 stars This CD Rocks
I just bought Charlie Robison Live and I cant stop listening to this CD. You'll like it, my fav songs are Tonight/You Shook Me All Night Long, and Life OF The Party. BUY THIS CD! ... Read more

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20. A Gentle Evening with Townes Van Zandt
by Dualtone Music Group
Audio CD (23 April, 2002)
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Asin: B0000657WA
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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His studio albums were tricky affairs generally cursed with overproduction, but Townes Van Zandt's solo live recordings (and his influential songwriting) have made him a Texas music legend. Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Lives up to the title...
This CD may not contain Townes Van Zandt's best known material, but taken in the context of when this performance was recorded the song selection makes sense. Townes was 25 when this was recorded at Carnegie Hall and hadn't written many of his most famous songs yet, therefore other reviewer's complaints that he didn't play "Pancho and Lefty" can be dismissed as ludicrous. If Townes hadn't written the songs yet, he couldn't have included them in his set (!). The previously unreleased "Talking KKK Blues" is Townes at his spoken blues best. The sound on this CD is phenomenal and what is striking is the way he projected in a concert hall like Carnegie Hall. I guess this struck me because I'm so used to hearing his live recordings in tiny dives like the Old Quarter in Texas or McCabe's guitar shop in California. Townes' voice was in top form and his guitar skills were also top notch during this time period, and while his song selection for this gig was his more subdued material I don't find this to be negative. This recording was lost in the shuffle between record labels but now that its been released it serves as a valuable document of Townes' early years and his budding genius. Despite the fact that the songs here could be classified as rarities, I would go so far as to say that this would be a good introduction to Townes Van Zandt's music. His humor and personality shine throughout the performance and it is refreshing to hear him at the peak of his powers.

3-0 out of 5 stars An interesting rarity, but not essential for casual fans...
This 1969 half-hour concert in NYC gives the young Townes a showcase for early work. He sings eight of his own compositions, two of them in the "talking blues style." He tells a joke. And he concludes with a movingly performed rendition of Peter LaFarge's "Ballad of Ira Hayes." While Townes' version of this famous story/song is not quite as good as LaFarge's own, or Johnny Cash's hit single, it has a quiet power. In fact, the concert suffers most from the fact that Van Zandt's song choices are all mellow. He probably had not yet written his livelier songs, such as "Two Hands" or "To Live is to Fly" or "No Lonesome Tune" or "If I Needed You" or "Rex's Blues." None of those are rockers, but each is a bit quicker than the material on "A Gentle Evening." As a picture of Townes' early in his career, this is a good product, with good sound quality. As a folk/country listening experience, it's a bit uneven, a bit too gentle, somewhat dated, and yet a bit too short to be worth the price. A better value is "High, Low and Inbetween" which also includes a second LP from the '70's, "Late Great Townes Van Zandt" (He became "late" on New Year's Day, 1997, so the title is satirical.) As to WHEN Van Zandt became "great" opinions differ, but that he WAS a "great" songwriter, most serious singer/songwriter fans are in agreement. On this release, by the way, he is in fine voice, better than on his later records, in my opinion.

5-0 out of 5 stars Entire '69 Carnegie Hall recording from 25-yr-old Townes!
This mellow CD catches Townes in a show he did at Carnegie Hall on Nov. 26, 1969, as part of a Poppy Records showcase. Also on the bill were Dick Gregory and Mandrake Memorial. Poppy Records went belly-up and the recording went to United Artists Records, then later to Capitol Records, which is releasing this on the Dualtone label. Townes was just 25 when this recording was made. If you expect a long show, expect to be disappointed. Remember, this was a "showcase," so he performed just nine songs. Fortunately, unlike many live recordings, the between song dialogue has been left in (maybe to make this CD seem longer!), which is nice. Townes' chatter with the audience is almost as entertaining as the music. He mentions that he'd been playing professionally for just three years, so this short CD captures all of what must have been a magical evening -- hence the title, "A Gentle Evening with Townes Van Zandt." Some of the songs that night came from Townes first two albums, which had already been released, but the real gem is the opener, "Talking KKK Blues," which has never been released. "Talking KKK Blues" is so much fun that it's a shame it took 32 years for it to make it onto a recording. As I said before, this is a fairly short recording of just nine songs, so if you want a 70-minute CD, you might want to pass on this. But if you want quality of music, not quantity, then spend a gentle half hour or so with a very, very young genius-in-the-making. ... Read more

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