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Live At Antone's
 : Live At Antone's



by: Joe Ely


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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0011661317123
Format: Live
Item Dimensions: 2555022475
Label: Rounder
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Rounder
Model: 1974071
MPN: 613171
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: June 06, 2000
Publisher: Rounder
Release Date: June 06, 2000
Studio: Rounder




Disc 1:
  1. The Road Goes On Forever
  2. All Just To Get To You
  3. Gallo Del Cielo
  4. Ranches And Rivers
  5. Workin' For The Man
  6. Me And Billy The Kid
  7. Up On The Ridge
  8. Rock Salt And Nails
  9. Nacho Mama
  10. Dallas
  11. Thousand Miles From Home
  12. Road Hawg
  13. Everybody Got Hammered
  14. My Eyes Got Lucky
  15. Oh Boy!
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Amazon.com:
Joe Ely's self-titled (and currently out-of-print) 1977 solo debut, imbued with his stark, West Texas flatlands milieu, hit many like a Southwest tornado. Since then, Joe Ely has become an admired cult figure who epitomized alt country and Americana years before those terms existed. Each decade, he's been captured onstage, beginning with 1980's Live Shots and 1990's Live at Liberty Lunch, making 2000 the right time for number three. These muscular performances, recorded at Austin's famous roots-music club, show Ely's dauntless energy undiminished by time. Roaring performances of "Me and Billy the Kid," "Everybody Got Hammered," "All Just to Get to You," and his ebullient, gender-bent satire "Nacho Mama" make these old favorites seem new and fresh. Jimmie Dale Gilmore's "Dallas" revisits Ely's days in the Flatlanders with Gilmore and Butch Hancock, and his comparable good taste extends to his masterful interpretations of Tom Russell's cockfight epic "Gallo del Cielo" and Robert Earl Keen's "The Road Goes On Forever." Few artists with similar mileage can maintain their edge in the studio, much less onstage. It's no surprise Ely is one of that select group. --Rich Kienzle



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