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Live at Billy Bob's Texas (Willie Nelson album)

Live at Billy Bob's Texas
Live album by
ReleasedMay 4, 2004
RecordedOctober 11, 2003
VenueBilly Bob's
GenreCountry
Length53:28
LabelSmith Music Group
ProducerRick Smith
Willie Nelson chronology
Live and Kickin'
(2003)
Live at Billy Bob's Texas
(2004)
Outlaws and Angels
(2004)

Live at Billy Bob's Texas is a 2004 album by country singer Willie Nelson. It was recorded at Billy Bob's, a popular country music nightclub in Fort Worth, Texas, United States.

Content

On October 11, 2003, Nelson performed at Billy Bob's in Fort Worth, Texas.[1] The concert was recorded and later released by the Smith Music Group label as their 25th Live at Billy Bob's album. The label first published a 20-track CD, and later an extended 28-track DVD version of Nelson's appearance. The DVD also included interviews with the band and behind-the-scenes footage.[2]

The album reached number 27 on Billboard's Top Country Albums, number 12 on the Independent Albums chart, and it appeared on the Billboard 200.[3] The Fort Worth Star-Telegram defined the album as "vintage Willie". The review remarked the strength of Nelson's voice, and the tendency of the singer to resort to the improvisation of the music and the lyrics of his songs. Reviewer Stefan Stevenson felt that Nelson "takes too many liberties", but that his guitar playing "never gets much ink" except on his performances of "Blue Skies" and "Under the Double Eagle".[4] The Salt Lake Tribune graded the album with an "A".[2] Meanwhile, AllMusic criticized the release as "substandard" and "poorly recorded", as critic Thom Jurek deplored Nelson's performance as "uninspired and cynical", while he felt that the volume of the lead guitar "dwarfed" the rest of the band.[5]

Track listing

Personnel

Chart performance

Sales chart performance of Willie Nelson Live at Billy Bob's
Chart (2004) Peak
position
US Top Country Albums (Billboard)[6] 27
US Billboard 200[7] 168
US Independent Albums (Billboard)[8] 12

References

  1. ^ Star-Telegram staff (October 9, 2003). "Sneak Peek". Fort Worth Star-Telegram. p. 9-E. Retrieved April 28, 2022 – via Newspapers.com.Open access icon
  2. ^ a b Nailen, Dan (May 11, 2004). "'Lingo' Legend". The Salt Lake Tribune. p. E-8. Retrieved April 28, 2022 – via Newspapers.com.Open access icon
  3. ^ "Billboard Top Country Albums". Billboard. Vol. 116, no. 21. May 22, 2004. pp. 30, 51, 53. Retrieved April 29, 2022 – via Google Books.Open access icon
  4. ^ Stevenson, Stefan (April 23, 2004). "Lone Star Legend". Fort Worth Star-Telegram. p. S21. Retrieved April 28, 2022 – via Newspapers.com. Open access icon
  5. ^ Jurek, Thom. "Willie Nelson - Live at Billy Bob's Texas". Allmusic. Retrieved April 28, 2022.
  6. ^ "Willie Nelson Chart History (Top Country Albums)". Billboard.
  7. ^ "Willie Nelson Chart History (Billboard 200)". Billboard.
  8. ^ "Willie Nelson Chart History (Independent Albums)". Billboard.


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