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DAVID ALLAN COE - Live At Billy Bob's Texas (2003)

David Allan Coe is an American outlaw country music singer who achieved popularity in the 1970s and 1980s. Say whatever the hell you want about David Allan Coe, but he's one of a kind as a singer, songwriter, and performer. In his early sixties, Coe hasn't slowed a bit and is experiencing another of his periodic renaissances as an artist and live act. Live at Billy Bob's Texas is R-rated Coe - unlike the "Mature Audiences Only" tag on Live at the Iron Horse - and the performance is tight, full-on badass country-rock with a band that rivals any but the Allman Brothers (including his pal Kid Rock's). Who knows how long this show really was, as most of the audience monologues have been omitted, but who gives a damn when it's as fine as this? There are 20 tracks here, from virtually every period in his career, performed with white-hot intensity, grease, profanity, and a burning, brokenhearted passion.

01. Ain't That The Way (Love's Supposed To Be) 02. Talkin' The Blues 03. Son Of The South 04. '59 Cadillac '57 Chevy 05. Heaven Only Knows 06. Storms Never Last 07. Wreckless 08. Nothin' To Lose - Part 2 09. Time Off For Bad Behavior 10. When I Was A Young Man 11. If That Ain't Country - Part 2 12. Lay My Money Down 13. Will You Remember Me 14. Long Haired Redneck 2001 15. Take This Job And Shove It 16. Drank My Wife Away 17. The Ride 18. Free My Mind 19. Fallow Me 20. You Never Even Call Me By My Name



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