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John Hiatt - Live From Austin, TX mp3 download

Performer: John Hiatt
Title: Live From Austin, TX
Style: Americana,Roots Rock
Duration: 01:13:48
Released: November 1, 2005
Date of recording: December 14, 1993
Size MP3 version: 1233 mb
Size FLAC version: 1296 mb
Size WMA version: 1596 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 715
Format: WMA MOD VQF ADX DTS AIFF
Genre: Pop Rock

John Hiatt - Live From Austin, TX mp3 download


One could argue that John Hiatt was at a peak in his career when he took the Austin City Limits stage on December 14, 1993. His musical journey began in the 70's with an angry rocker image, which gradually gave way to a mellower, more introspective country-folk-rock style

Live from Austin, TX is a live album by John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers. Texas guitarist David Grissom makes a guest appearance on last track.

Live from Austin, TX is singer-songwriter John Hiatt's nineteenth album and his second live album, released in 2005. It was recorded for the PBS show Austin City Limits in 1993 on the tour supporting Perfectly Good Guitar. A DVD from the show was also released on the same date. All tracks written by John Hiatt except where noted. Icy Blue Heart" – 4:16. Love in a Hurricane" – 4:06. When You Hold Me Tight" – 5:55.

While Hiatt the vocalist has always been something of an acquired taste, here he gives the songs as much blues-charged bellow as he can offer, and the truth of the matter is he sounds like he's having a great time. He also seems willing to stretch out the songs as far as they want to go, and one might argue that "Your Dad Did," "Something Wild," and "Thing Called Love" didn't need to be stretched out to six minutes and change each.

John Hiatt was touring behind his self-described "midlife crisis album," 1993's Perfectly Good Guitar - on which he teamed up with a raucous (and noticeably younger) rock & roll band for backup - when he appeared on PBS' venerable music series Austin City Limits to tape a set with his young guns in tow. Live from Austin, TX documents the full 74-minute show Hiatt and his band played that night, with Hiatt and School of Fish guitarist Michael Ward giving the tunes plenty of six-string firepower, and drummer Michael Urbano and bassist Davey Faragher holding down the ba. .

Live from Austin, TX documents the full 74-minute show Hiatt and his band played that night, with Hiatt and School of Fish guitarist Michael Ward giving the tunes plenty of six-string firepower, and drummer Michael Urbano and bassist Davey Faragher holding down the backbeat with lots of muscle. While Hiatt the vocalist has always been something of an acquired taste, here he gives the songs as much blues-charged bellow as he can offer, and the truth of the matter is he sounds like he's having a great time.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Icy Blue Heart John Hiatt John Hiatt 4:16
2 Loving a Hurricane John Hiatt John Hiatt 4:06
3 When You Hold Me Tight John Hiatt John Hiatt 5:55
4 Your Dad Did John Hiatt John Hiatt 6:05
5 Straight Outta Time John Hiatt John Hiatt 6:17
6 Memphis in the Meantime John Hiatt John Hiatt 4:31
7 Something Wild John Hiatt John Hiatt 6:58
8 Have a Little Faith in Me John Hiatt John Hiatt 4:13
9 Buffalo River Home John Hiatt John Hiatt 5:37
10 Thing Called Love John Hiatt John Hiatt 6:10
11 Angel John Hiatt John Hiatt 3:35
12 Tennessee Plates John Hiatt / Mike Porter John Hiatt 3:58
13 Slow Turning John Hiatt John Hiatt 6:18
14 Perfectly Good Guitar John Hiatt John Hiatt 5:49

Credits

Gary Briggs - Mixing, Producer
Katherine Delaney - Package Design
Davey Faragher - Bass, Guitar (Bass), Main Personnel, Vocals
Steve Gustafson - Associate Producer
John Hiatt - Composer, Guitar, Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Vocals
Chet Himes - Mixing
Mary Jurey - Project Coordinator
Gary Laird - Editing
Terry Lickona - Liner Notes, Producer
Mike Porter - Composer
Cameron Strang - Executive Producer, Producer
Clare Surgeson - Project Coordinator
Jerry Tubb - Audio Master
Michael Urbano - Drums, Main Personnel
Michael Ward - Guitar, Main Personnel, Vocals