I'm posting this in part to balance the review by one-star guy. His review reminds me of an old friend of mine who once panned a movie because the theater was too cold. These are all great tunes and a good introduction to Ely. There's plenty more where they came from. The one truly inexcusable (and inexplicable) omission is the version of "Boxcars" from "Live Shots." I would also have included "West Texas Waltz," "If You Were a Bluebird," "Wishin' for You," "Are You Listening, Lucky" and "Gambler's Bride" just off the top of my head, and surely this CD would have had room for them.
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