Out of print in the U.S.! John Hiatt's first live album was recorded during his 1994 Perfectly Good Guitar winter- spring tour of the U.S. (the Budokan? title is a joke) and gives a fresh overview from his work so far. The SSW is backed by The Guilty Dogs, a guitar-bass-drums trio. These live versions are a perfect mix of staying true to the song but giving just enough difference to put a new spin on an old tune. It contains Hiatt's only official release of "Angel Eyes", which was a top 5 hit in 1989 from the Jeff Healey Band debut album See The Light. The album cruises on with Bring The Family songs "Lipstick Sunset", and his timeless classic "Have A Little Faith In Me" to end with 1988's "Slow Turning".
Out of print in the U.S.! John Hiatt's first live album was recorded during his 1994 Perfectly Good Guitar winter- spring tour of the U.S. (the Budokan? title is a joke) and gives a fresh overview from his work so far. The SSW is backed by The Guilty Dogs, a guitar-bass-drums trio. These live versions are a perfect mix of staying true to the song but giving just enough difference to put a new spin on an old tune. It contains Hiatt's only official release of "Angel Eyes", which was a top 5 hit in 1989 from the Jeff Healey Band debut album See The Light. The album cruises on with Bring The Family songs "Lipstick Sunset", and his timeless classic "Have A Little Faith In Me" to end with 1988's "Slow Turning".
600753710562

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Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 05/25/2018
UPC: 600753710562

Comes Alive At Budokan (Hol)
Artist: John Hiatt
Format: CD
New: Available $13.99
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Through Your Hands
2. Real Fine Love
3. Memphis in the Meantime
4. Icy Blue Heart
5. Paper Thin
6. Angel Eyes
7. Your Dad Did
8. Have a Little Faith in Me
9. Drive South 1
10. Thing Called Love 1
11. Perfectly Good Guitar 1
12. Feels Like Rain 1
13. Tennessee Plates 1
14. Lipstick Sunset 1
15. Slow Turning

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Out of print in the U.S.! John Hiatt's first live album was recorded during his 1994 Perfectly Good Guitar winter- spring tour of the U.S. (the Budokan? title is a joke) and gives a fresh overview from his work so far. The SSW is backed by The Guilty Dogs, a guitar-bass-drums trio. These live versions are a perfect mix of staying true to the song but giving just enough difference to put a new spin on an old tune. It contains Hiatt's only official release of "Angel Eyes", which was a top 5 hit in 1989 from the Jeff Healey Band debut album See The Light. The album cruises on with Bring The Family songs "Lipstick Sunset", and his timeless classic "Have A Little Faith In Me" to end with 1988's "Slow Turning".