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Live at Billy Bob's Texas

Stoney LaRue  Main Performer

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1 Down in Flames LaRue/Jenkins 3:58
2 Solid Gone LaRue/Hubbard 4:45
3 Idabel Blues Clark/Cooper/Peadan 4:22
4 One Chord Song Childers/LaRue 5:55
5 Feet Don't Touch the Ground Jenkins 4:08
6 Oklahoma Breakdown Hosty 4:45
7 Let Me Hold You LaRue/McClure 4:05
8 Texas Moon Wood/LaRue/Wehmeyer 4:03
9 Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad Traditional 6:20
10 Walk Away LaRue/Canada 3:38
11 Forever Young Dylan 6:48
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Live at Billy Bob's Texas

Audio Compact Disc [CD/DVD]

Label: Smith Entertainment

Category: Pop/Rock

Live at Billy Bob's Texas

UPC: 662582504422

Release Date: 10/24/2006

Original Release Date: 10/24/2006

Number of Discs: 1

Tracks: [Down in Flames, Solid Gone, Idabel Blues, One Chord Song, Feet Don't Touch the Ground, Oklahoma Breakdown, Let Me Hold You, Texas Moon, Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad, Walk Away, Forever Young]
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Mark Deming

There's a difference between being a band that plays in a lot of bars and being a bar band, but the distinctions blur a bit on this live set from Oklahoma country-rocker Stoney LaRue. LaRue won some positive press for his debut studio set, 2005's The Red Dirt Album, and he has a strong, emotive voice and some real talent as a songwriter. This live disc was recorded in front of a seemingly well-oiled audience on a Friday night, and he plays for the crowd in a manner that suggests he wanted to make sure the last guy in the back of the room didn't miss anything. LaRue and his band fill their set list with stuff like "Solid Gone" and "One Chord Song," along with a batch of covers that anyone who hangs out in a country or blues club is likely to know by heart. LaRue's bandmembers have solid chops as they stomp through their arrangements, and LaRue swaggers through the show like he's playing in an arena rather than a club. On Live at Billy Bob's Texas, LaRue's blend of blues figures and country-rock arrangements would probably sound best in a crowded bar after you've had four or five beers. [Live at Billy Bob's Texas was also released in a version including a CD with a shorter track listing (11 instead of 15 tracks) and a bonus DVD.] ~ Mark Deming, Rovi