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Joe Ely - 2014-03-01 - Dallas, TX (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Joe Ely
with Joel Guzman
Poor David's Pub
Dallas, Texas USA
March 1, 2014

Quality: Excellent audience
Lineage: Core Sound Binaurals (w/bass rolloff)>Sony MZ-NF810>
Total Recorder>Audio Cleaning Lab 3.0>WAV>FLAC 8
Taper: Mike Rowefoen
Transfer/encoding: joeyjay
Artwork: Chee-Zee
File size: 514 MB

Joe Ely - vocals, guitar
Joel Guzman - accordion, backing vocals

DISC ONE (44:02)
1. Intro
2. All That Your Need (Sow The Seed)
3. Treat Me Like A Saturday Night
4. All Just To Get To You
5. A Thousand Miles From Home >
6. I Ain't Been Here Long
7. Row Of Dominoes
8. Tonight I Think I'm Gonna Go Downtown
9. Banter
10. West Texas Waltz
11. Banter
12. Because Of The Wind

DISC TWO (60:22)
1. Me And Billy The Kid
2. Dallas
3. Banter
4. Mockingbird Hill
5. Banter
6. Gimme A Ride To Heaven, Boy
7. White Freightliner Blues
8. Banter
9. Live Forever
10. Encore applause
11. The Highway Is My Home
12. Ranches And Rivers
13. I'm Gonna Strangle You, Shorty
14. Streets Of Sin
15. Banter
16. Cool Rockin' Loretta

Notes: Here's a really good show worthy of your collection, for a couple of reasons. One, Joe brought old friend Joel along for this "duo" gig ... it was good to see/hear them together again in Big D. Secondly, Joe was coming off "a rough couple of weeks" that Ol' Mike has understood to include personal loss. Live music, the great healer. The setlist leaned heavily on West Texas touchstones. Though we've heard these tunes scores of times, some seemed to carry more weight this night. Ol' Mike would even say Joe's spirit was rallied by the cathartic edge inherent in some songs and by the enthusiastic love from the crowd. Give a close listen as he sings "Live Forever" ... Joe's voice occasionally catching, or trailing off as he turns his head away from the mic (and crowd). Well, imagined or not, that gave Ol' Mike the chills - that's his story and he's sticking to it. Sound is great, especially through headphones. Of course, thanks go to Joe (and Joel) for all those golden nights of music and memories for us. Also kudos to Dallas live music icon Poor David for bringing in all the quality artists for lo these many decades, including Joe every year since 1984, in an intimate venue. Continued thanks to The Coin for the now-retired surrogate mics and to D. Ortiz (working forwardly to see his way off the DL) for the current loaners.

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