Mickey Newbury | Live in England

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Live in England

by Mickey Newbury

A recording of Mickey Newbury, Live, on-tour in England.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Angeline
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2. Cortelia Clark
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3. Song of Sorrow
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4. His Eye Is On the Sparrow
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5. Sailor Sailor
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6. Ramblin' Blues
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7. Danny Boy
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8. Easy Street
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9. 'Frisco Depot
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10. Shenandoah
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11. San Francisco Mabel Joy
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12. American Trilogy
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Live in England was recorded in concert in 1993. The release includes Newbury classics (American Trilogy, San Francisco Mabel Joy, 'Frisco Depot, and others), some traditional songs given Mickey's unique interpretation (Danny Boy, Shenandoah, and His Eye Is On The Sparrow), and some Newbury classics of the future (Sailor, Sailor and Ramblin' Blues).

These are powerful solo performances before enthusiastic audiences in some of the world's finest music halls. This is an essential album for Newbury fans and a great introduction for those just discovering this living musical legend.


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