Live At Liberty Lunch is a live album by Joe Ely recorded in Austin, Texas in 1990.
This is the same band that recorded Live Chicago 1987 but without saxophonist Bobby Keys or a replacement. There is therefore more of David Grissom’s guitar playing.
Joe Ely Live At Liberty Lunch
Me And Billy The Kid (originally on the studio album Lord Of The Highway)
Are You Listenin’ Lucky? (Lord Of The Highway)
Grandfather Blues (Dig All Night)
B.B.Q. & Foam (Down On The Drag)
Row Of Dominoes (Lord Of The Highway)
Dallas (Musta Notta Gotta Lotta)
Where Is My Love?
She Gotta Get The Gettin’ (Hi Res)
Drivin’ To The Poorhouse In A Limousine (not previously released although it has since appeared on Live Chicago 1987)
Cool Rockin’ Loretta (Hi Res)
Musta Notta Gotta Lotta (Musta Notta Gotta Lotta)
Letter To L.A. (Lord Of The Highway)
If You Were A Bluebird (Joe Ely)
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