Joe Ely - Live At Liberty Lunch album FLAC
Recorded Live at the Liberty Lunch, W. 405 W. 2nd Street, Austin, Texas, on April 21 & 22, 1989. Butch Hancock appears courtesy of Rainlight Records. 코드 및 기타 식별자. Matrix, Runout (Side A): R/S Alsdorf 903 172944-1-A. Matrix, Runout (Side B): R/S Alsdorf 903 172944-1-B. Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM.
Recorded during a two-night stand at the fabled Austin, TX venue, Live at Liberty Lunch lacks the fire and intensity of Ely's superb 1980 concert set Live Shots, but the ten years that separate the two albums isn't all to Live at Liberty Lunch's disadvantage.
Album by Joe Ely. Me and Billy the Kid. Are You Listenin' Lucky? Grandfather Blues. Where Is My Love? She Gotta Get the Gettin'. Drivin' to the Poorhouse in a Limousine. Cool Rockin' Loretta. Musta Notta Gotta Lotta. If You Were a Bluebird.
Joe Ely has always been too intense for the country-rock audience who might otherwise enjoy his clear, catchy melodies. Joe Ely Live at Liberty Lunch finds him more relaxed, but also repetitive and too prone to aimless mid-song guitar riffing. And you know something? He’s really not a very good singer. C. Joe Ely Live at Liberty Lunch.
Joe Ely is the 1977 debut album by Texas singer-songwriter, Joe Ely. The album includes several tracks written by Ely's bandmates from The Flatlanders. Joe Ely and the follow-up album, Honky Tonk Masquerade, helped establish Ely as a solo artist.
Joe Ely - The Definitive Collection Album Lyrics. 1. Fools Fall In Love. 3. Highways and Heartaches. 6. Row of Dominoes (Live at Liberty Lunch). 8. The Road Goes On Forever. 9. Tonight I Think I'm Gonna Go Downtown.
Liberty Lunch was a live-music venue at 405 W. 2nd Street in Austin, Texas. It was rumored to have been called Liberty Lunch in the 1940s as an eatery, perhaps reflecting the World War II Liberty Bonds and patriotic sentiment. It was a former lumberyard in the 20's and 30's owned by the now defunct Calcasieu Lumber Company and had been long abandoned. In the early years of Austin, the space was a wagon yard for the adjacent general store and livery stable. There were no signs that a restaurant had ever been in the tiny building that once served as the lumberyard front office. Liberty Lunch, as a former lumberyard was an unroofed space between a large city owned warehouse on the west and an historic building, The Schneider Store, on the eastern corner of the 400 block of West 2nd Street. As such, The Lunch as locals called it, was a spring and summer only operation whose weather permitting opening each spring was a highly anticipated and attended event. Joe Ely – Live at Liberty Lunch (1990).
Joe Ely. Live at Liberty Lunch. Row of Dominoes Lyrics. Row of Dominoes is found on the album Live at Liberty Lunch. Found on more albums: Lord of the Highway Settle for Love Lord of the Highway. Joe Ely – Row of Dominoes.
|1||Me And Billy The Kid||3:50|
|2||Are You Listening Lucky||3:37|
|4||BBQ And Foam||4:15|
|5||Row Of Dominoes||4:20|
|7||Where Is My Love||5:29|
|8||She Gotta Get The Gettin'||5:06|
|9||Drivin' To The Poorhouse||4:14|
|10||Cool Rockin' Loretta||9:22|
|11||Musta Notta Gotta Lotta||3:23|
|12||Letter To LA||12:04|
|13||If You Were A Bluebird||4:17|
- Manufactured By – Cinram
- Manufactured For – MCA Records Canada
- Distributed By – MCA Records Canada
- Recorded At – Liberty Lunch
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 0881-10095-2 6
|MCAD-10095||Joe Ely||Live At Liberty Lunch (CD, Album)||MCA Records||MCAD-10095||US||1990|
|9031-72944-1||Joe Ely||Live At Liberty Lunch (LP)||MCA Records||9031-72944-1||Germany||1990|
|DMCG6113||Joe Ely||Live At Liberty Lunch (CD, Album)||MCA Records||DMCG6113||UK||1990|
|MCG 6113, MCA 10095||Joe Ely||Live At Liberty Lunch (LP, Album)||MCA Records, MCA Records||MCG 6113, MCA 10095||UK||1990|
|9031-72944-2, MCAD-10095||Joe Ely||Live At Liberty Lunch (CD, Album)||MCA Records, MCA Records||9031-72944-2, MCAD-10095||Germany||1990|