Live At Texas Stadium
 : Live At Texas Stadium

by: Jackson/Strait/Buffett

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Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Alan Jackson, George Strait & Jimmy Buffett
EAN: 0602498879313
Item Dimensions: 4749622555
Label: MCA Nashville
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: MCA Nashville
Model: 2073867
MPN: 602498879313
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: April 03, 2007
Publisher: MCA Nashville
Release Date: April 03, 2007
Studio: MCA Nashville

Disc 1:
  1. Honk If You Honky Tonk
  2. Murder On Music Row
  3. Milk Cow Blues
  4. Cowboys Like Us
  5. All My Ex's Live In Texas
  6. Hey Good Lookin'
  7. Sea Of Heartbreak
  8. Northeast Texas Women
  9. Boats To Build
  10. Margaritaville
  11. It's 5 O'Clock Somewhere
  12. Designated Drinker
  13. Texas Women
  14. Seven Bridges Road
  15. Where I Come From
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Mega-stars Alan Jackson, George Strait, and Jimmy Buffett joined together for the first time ever, Saturday, May 29, 2004, at Texas Stadium in Dallas. This must see concert turned into a party that Parrotheads, cowboys and the Lone Star State will never forget. With more than 120 million records sold, over 80 Number One singles and countless awards under their hats (or Hawaiian shirts), the superstars shared equal billing to showcase some of their biggest hits and fan favorites alone and together.The three of us have talked about doing this for some time, admits Strait We've had the pleasure of working with each other before and not only do we enjoy each other's music but we have a lot in common.
Recorded live at Dallas's Texas Stadium in 2004, this long-delayed release is worth the wait. Over 15 tracks, the three superstars sing together, separately, and in pairs for what turns out to be both a musical treat and a long draw of fun. Strait, who normally stands stock still in concert, loosens up and--surprise!--talks between songs ("That's country right there now"), and if my ears heard right, may actually say the word "ass." His is the strongest section musically, as he uses the western-swing classic "Milk Cow Blues" to stretch out with a fine showcase of his Ace in the Hole Band, and brings Jackson out for a masterful version of their hit "Murder on Music Row." But Jackson's set offers a personality-rich rendition of "Where I Come From," as well as a bluegrass version of Steve Young's "Seven Bridges Road" and a sturdy cover of "Texas Women," Hank Williams Jr.'s exercise in Lone Star braggadocio. Buffett gets a little too cute on "Margaritaville," on which over-the-top chorines shout, "Salt! Salt! Salt!" But when Jackson and Strait join him for a rousing romp through "Hey, Good Lookin'," you can almost see the ghost of Hank Sr. dancing in the aisles. --Alanna Nash

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