Dwight Yoakam - Live From Austin Tx
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Dwight Yoakam rocked the house in his 1988 performance on Austin City Limits. Now that performance is available for the first time on DVD and it includes songs that were not included in the original TV broadcast. From the "Streets Of Bakersfield" to "Buenos Noches From A Lonely Room" with some "Guitars, Cadillacs" and more, this DVD is the classic Dwight Yaokam live performance that he has become famous for. Also available on CD.
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Track Listing 1. Guitars, Cadillacs 2. Smoke Along The Track 3. What I Don't Know 4. Home Of The Blues 5. 1,000 Miles 6. Please, Please Baby 7. Little Ways 8. Honky Tonk Man 9. Street Of Bakersfield 10. Buenos Noches From A Lonely Room (She Wore Red Dresses) 11. Always Late With Your Kisses 12. Little Sister 13. I Sang Dixie 14. This Drinkin' Will Kill Me
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Dwight Yoakam - vocals, acoustic guitar
Pete Anderson - lead electric guitar
Jeff Donavan - drums
Taras Prodaniuk - bass
Scott Joss - fiddle
Buck Owens appears on "Streets of Bakersfield", with vocals & guitar.
Flaco Jimenez appears on "Streets of Bakersfield" & "Buenas Noches From a Lonely Room (She wore Red Dresses)". He plays the accordian.
Flaco Jimenez was also a member of the "Texas Super Group", the "Texas Tornados". I highly recommend the Texas Tornado's DVD. Flaco is a fantastic accordian player.
All the songs are fantastic, but a few of my favorites include:
"Guitars, Cadillacs", "What I don't Know", "Home of the Blues" (a Johnny Cash song), & Buenas Noches From a Lonely Room (She Wore Red Dresses),
"Honky Tonk Man", "Streets of Bakersfield",& "Always late with Your Kisses" (a Lefty Frizzell song).
Also, a song that really stood out for me was "I Sang Dixie". Its about a young man dying in Los Angeles, He is missing dixieland, "the land of the cotton, where things are not so rotton". It's a very "touching" song. Is he singing about Gram Parsons who was from the South? Gram had a song called "Hickory Wind", where he talks about missing his home, back down in "dixie".
Anyway, this is a great one, and I highly recommend it. Thanks!!!