Live At The Fillmore is a live album by Lucinda Williams.
It was recorded at the Fillmore West in San Francisco on the 20, 21 and 22 November 2003 but not released until May 2005.
Lucinda Williams Live At The Fillmore
The son choice, mainly from the two preceding albums, suggests that she’s not in a happy, good place.
Ventura – 5:06
Reason to Cry – 4:22
Fruits of My Labor – 5:04
Out of Touch – 7:21
Sweet Side – 4:45
Lonely Girls – 4:28
Overtime – 4:16
Blue – 4:22
Changed the Locks – 4:07
Atonement – 5:58
I Lost It – 3:27
Pineola – 4:04
Righteously – 4:55
Joy – 8:19
Essence – 7:16
Real Live Bleeding Fingers and Broken Guitar Strings – 4:57
Are You Down – 6:29
Those Three Days – 5:02
American Dream – 5:23
World Without Tears – 4:42
Bus to Baton Rouge – 6:26
Words Fell – 4:34
iTunes offers a Live @the Fillmore EP with four extra songs.
Passionate Kisses – 2:53
I Just Wanted To See You So Bad – 2:19
Still I Long For Your Kiss – 4:57
Metal Firecracker – 3:41
The band at this stage was:
Lucinda Williams – vocals, guitars
Doug Pettibone – guitars, mandolin, harmonica, background vocals
Taras Prodaniuk – bass, background vocals
Jim Christie – drums, percussion
This is a raw, emotional trip through her songs of painful emotions and it’s delivered in a thrilling, high intensity way that almost forces you to listen to every word and to join her in the feelings.
While you may think of Lucinda Willams as a fairly gentle country rock singer, this album will force you to abandon those thoughts. She and her band rock in a very compelling way.
What Other People Say
This has featured in several of the critics best live albums lists.
Q – 2006 18
It’s also very much appreciated at Amazon.
Buying Live At The Fillmore
To help you to find the album quickly and easily, I’ve given you the following links:
- Amazon.com as a CD or mp3
- Amazon.co.uk as a CD or mp3
- iTunes as a digital download and the EP with the four extra songs
- eBay as a CD
It’s still worth checking around on the websites to make sure that there isn’t a more up-to-date or less expensive option.
What Do You Think?
Do you think that this album is the best Lucinda Williams live album?
What do you like or dislike about it?
The Best Live Albums Ever
This album is included in two polls – the best singer songwriter live albums and the best country rock live albums.
Because there are so many good live albums by singer-songwriters, I have a second division poll where your votes will promote an album.
My aim is to help you to find the best live albums through readers polls, my own reviews and from bringing in Amazon reviews.
You can see the complete list of readers polls at Live Album Polls.