Paper Thin: The 1989 Canadian Broadcast is a live recording by John Hiatt.
It was recorded at Barrymore’s Music Hall in Ottawa on January 19th 1989 and broadcast by CKQB-109.4 FM.
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Songs On John Hiatt Paper Thin
Drive South – 4:50 (Slow Turning)
Thank You Girl – 5:21 (Bring the Family)
Tip Of My Tongue – 6:17 (Bring the Family)
Tennessee Plates – 4:09 (Slow Turning)
Alone In The Dark – 5:45 (Bring the Family)
Ride Along – 3:58 (Slow Turning)
Is Anybody There? – 5:57 (Slow Turning)
Paper Thin – 4:54 (Slow Turning)
Thing Called Love – 6:39 (Bring the Family)
Have A Little Faith In Me – 3:49
Ice Blue Heart – 4:27 (Slow Turning)
It’ll Come To You – 5:11
Your Dad Did – 8:25 (Bring the Family)
Hiatt Comes Alive At Budokan from 1994 is probably the first choice live album to get and, this has many of the same tracks. However Thank You Girl, Tip Of My Tongue, Alone In The Dark, Ride Along, Is Anybody There? and It’ll Come To You are not on that album but here on Paper Thin.
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