Oyster Band (The) - Little Rock To Leipzig (Music CD)

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A playful live album, 1991's FROM LITTLE ROCK TO LEIPZIG finds John Jones, Ian Telfer, and crew in a boisterous mood, attacking songs of their own and others with raucous abandon and seemingly beer-fueled high spirits in front of an equally enthusiastic--and/or tipsy--audience. Interestingly, not too many of the album's 10 songs appear on the group's previous studio albums, and only "The Oxford Girl" and "New York Girls"--which is the fast and furious highlight of the entire set--are popular favourites with Oyster Band fans. This means that in many ways, FROM LITTLE ROCK TO LEIPZIG is like an entirely new album instead of the career retrospective that live albums usually deliver. The strident "Coal Not Dole" and a stomping "I Fought the Law" are powerful performances, but it's Jones's tender rendition of Phil Ochs' "Gonna Do What I Have To Do" that hits the right emotional buttons.

1. Jail Song Two
2. Gonna Do What I Have To Do
3. Galopede
4. I Fought The Law
5. New York Girls
6. Oxford Girl
7. Too Late Now
8. Red Barn Stomp
9. Coal Not Dole
10. Johnny Mickey Barry's

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Catalogue No: COOKCD032