John Hiatt Comes Alive At Budokan 1994

Hiatt Comes Alive At Budokan is a joke title playing on the success of Frampton Comes Alive and the many live albums recorded at Budokan including Cheap Trick and Bob Dylan.

Sadly, it didn’t bring him that kind of success.

It’s actually recorded on the American tour between February and May 1994 to promote the Perfectly Good Guitars studio album.

John Hiatt Comes Alive At Budokan

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Songs On John Hiatt Comes Alive At Budokan

Through Your Hands – 4:14
Real Fine Love – 4:59
Memphis In The Meantime – 4:38
Icy Blue Heart – 5:42
Paper Thin – 4:29
Angel Eyes – 4:54
Your Dad Did – 5:35
Have A Little Faith In Me – 4:17
Drive South – 5:02
Thing Called Love – 5:49
Perfectly Good Guitar – 5:43
Feels Like Rain – 6:21
Tennessee Plates – 4:06
Lipstick Sunset – 5:31
Slow Turning – 4:51

I will be back to write more. I don’t know much about John Hiatt but this sounds excellent.

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