Posted by 2000 Man on July 21, 2000 at 17:27:06:
In Reply to: I Got the Blues Now! posted by Steve Cronen Child of the Blues on July 21, 2000 at 16:49:09:
Some of that's my fault, cuz I forgot to send Maxmeister a note that said where some of the songs came from. Sorry 'bout that!
Key To The Highway is the B-side to Keith's single, Eileen. The piano is none other than Johnnie Johnson and it was recorded in New York in (I think) 1991.
Sweet Virginia is from Brixton 95 and comes from the Stripped promotional video. The guy at the beginning is too funny when you see him.
Black Limousine is a B side from Like A Rolling Stone. I think it's from Brixton, too but I didn't look it up so I might be wrong with the location.
Love In Vain is Ft. Worth 1978. I just think Ronnie did a fine job on this one, even though Mick the quitter's versions from 72 are breathtaking.
Prodigal Son is from Keith's CNIB benefit concert in 1979.
Hey Crawdaddy is from the Paris Olympia 1965.
It really is a great cd, isn't it?
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