Original Formula | Live at the Rex Theater

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Live at the Rex Theater

by Original Formula

Live acoustic music with a touch of nostalgia from the 1920's-1940's,close harmonies in that staunch,stoic style popularized by everyone from the Stanleys to the Everlys.
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. intoduction by Debbie Robinson
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2. Choo Choo Coming
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3. Imitation of the Blues
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4. Blue Room Blues
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5. 8 Miles to Louisville
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6. Last Great Day
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7. They Sleep Together, Now at Rest
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8. Pickin' the Guitar
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9. Two Glasses Joe
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10. Don't Step Over An Old Love
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11. Wait a Litte Longer
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12. Losing Kind
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13. I Just Told Mama Goodbye
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14. You are my Flower
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15. That old book of mine
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16. Nobody Has Time for Mama
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17. Late Last Night
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18. Closing Comments
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19. Back in Yonder's World
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20. I Need Attention Bad
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
ORIGINAL FORMULA-Live At The Rex Theater-Discus Thrower DT-2. Original Formula is a duo consisting of Alton Elliott (guitar and vocals) and Robert Perkins (lead guitar and vocals) with a style that is reminiscent of the brother groups who graced the formative years of country music. This particular compact disc is a live performance that took place January 3, 2003 at the Rex Theater in Galax, Va., and was simultaneously aired over a local radio station.

ORIGINAL FORMULA: Live at the Rex Theater
UPC: 659057738529
Catalog number: DT-2
Label Name: Discus Thrower
Type: Stereo
Recorded: Live
Release Date: March, 2003
Production Year: 2003


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T. Bassett

CLASSIC !
Got my copy of this disc from a concert they did in Saluda, NC. I love it and consider it a classic.

Kerry Knight

Fine live versions of these old songs.
Original Formula does fine versions of these old songs in a delightful and informal way. I really like the energy they have as a duet. They are very spontaneous and impromptu on the vocals and guitars and that’s what makes them a good team. Original Formula really makes it sound easy, and that’s a plus!

Gary Prince

An inspiration to the Art
Original Formula that name says it all about Mr. Alton Elliot ans Mr. Rob Perkins, there music is the most originali have listened to in a very long time.Take note of not only the skill but the heart they but into there music.My collection will include all of there cd's i can find they have given me the inspiration to dust off my guitar and play again.Thanks guy's and keep the music coming.
Gary Prince

Paul W. Dennis

A Great Live Performance
Once again ,I absolutely loved this album from start to finish whether it be covers such as Ernest Tubb's "I Need Attention Bad" (also found on their prior album - the only overlap) and Grandpa Jones' "Six More Miles To Louisville", traditional numbers such as "You Are My Flower" or self-penned numbers such as "Losing Kind"

I particularly liked their version of "Two Glasses Joe"
- anybody that puts two ET numbers on an album is alright by me. I look forward to their next release

Chida

Great old-fashioned country music
If you like it old-fashioned, you'll love this!

Hank Prince

The BEST
Good work The BEST said it all Hank. I like 16 the best But you know Y