Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Steve Earle - Live From Austin TX|
Actor: Steve Earle
Director: Terry Lickona
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Musicals & Performing Arts
When Steve Earle stepped onto the Austin City Limits stage on November 12, 2000, it had been 14 years since his first appearance in 1986. In between it must ve seemed like he had lived several lifetimes. A bout with drug a... more »
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HOLD UP PEOPLE, GOOD REVIEWS, BUT WRONG PRODUCT
M. Barrows | 04/22/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"All the reviews here seem to be dealing with the 2004 Austin City Limits DVD that was shot back in the days of Guitar Town. However, this product, according to the picture above, is of another show shot in 2000 (take a look at the artwork). I'm a fan of Steve and all that, but how all these reviews got tied in with a brand new product that hasn't been released yet, I don't know. I'm sure the performance will be great, most of his are, but I hate to see people get confused by early reviews, especially when they aren't even about the actual product that is being advertised."
Steve Earle in 2000
B. G. Ball | Seattle, WA | 06/19/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Tracks included on Steve Earle's live from Austin, TX in 2000 are as follows: 1. Transcendental Blues, 2. Everyone's In Love With You, 3. Another Town, 4. Taneytown, 5. Hard-Core Troubadour, 6. Someday, 7. Telephone Road, 8. The Devil's Right Hand, 9. More Than I Can Do, 10. I Can Wait, 11. Goodbye, 12. Steve's Last Ramble, 13. Copperhead Road, 14. The Unrepentant, and 15. Christmas In Washington. This 2000 concert presents a striking contrast from Steve Earl's performance in 1986 at the same venue during his "clean cut" days. Steve has grown tremendously over the years as both a singer and a song writer. Damn... Steve on mandolin on Copperhead Road is priceless. Love Copperhead Road! This is a must have DVD for Steve Earle fans, and if you happen to have his 1986 performance you will come close to having complete concert footage spanning most of his career. The sound quality and video are satisfactory."