Swear I'm not Paul: Download: Justin Townes Earle - Atlantic City

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Thursday, March 11, 2010

Download: Justin Townes Earle - Atlantic City

Justin Townes Earle brought out a special guest to perform during the encore at his gig at the Arts Center in Carrboro, North Carolina on Tuesday night. Joe Pug came out to duet on a fantastic cover of Bruce Springsteen's 'Atlantic City'. You can download the song, as well as the full show below.

Disc 1 - (48:50)

1. Poor Fool
2. They Killed John Henry
3. Halfway To Jackson
4. I Don't Care
5. What Do You Do When You're Lonesome
6. Mamas Eyes
7. Boy Keep Movin'
8. What I Mean To You
9. Someday I'll Be Forgiven For This
10. Ain't Waitin'
11. A Wanderin'
12. chatter - Mance Lipscomb
13. So Different Blues (Mance Lipscomb)
14. chatter - Lightning Hopkins
15. Starter Won't Start (Lightning Hopkins)

Disc 2 - (46:46)

1. chatter - The Door Had Healthcare
2. Hard Livin'
3. Ain't Glad I'm Leavin'
4. Lone Pine Hill
5. Workin' For The MTA
6. Mama I'm Coming Home
7. Can't Hardly Wait (For Chris Feinstein) (Replacements)
8. Midnight At The Movies
9. encore
10. Yuma
11. chatter - Joe Pug intro
12. Atlantic City* (Bruce Springsteen)
13. Close Up The Honky Tonks (Buck Owens)

*=with Joe Pug

Justin Townes Earle - 'Atlantic City' (ft. Joe Pug)

Full Show


David said...

Downloaded the full show. If you listen to just before Atlantic City he says that he's going back to the studio to record a new album.

Ronan said...

Yeah, he says he's going back in to the studio in May. We should expect the album near the end of 2010, all going well.

Luke said...

Thanks for this. Love the sound with Bryn on the bass.

Ronan said...

Luke: Yeah, it's a fantastic cover. Have you heard Jason Isbell's? That's even better.

Anonymous said...

This was a damn fine show and thank you for sharing my recording. I'm happy you're promoting the recordings from archive.org. The live music archive has some great artists on board and a host of tapers bringing these shows to the masses. Spread the word....


Ronan said...

NCHell: Thanks for your post. There are tonnes of great recordings on archive.org. It's definitely one of the best sites for music anywhere.

That is a great bootleg btw, good work!