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Pat Green 4/27/1999

Review

While the first batch of Live at Billy Bob's Texas releases focused primarily on established artists, the series' greatest potential is as a launching pad for up-and-coming talent; an excellent case in point is singer/songwriter Pat Green, a homegrown talent clearly deserving of an audience outside of the Lone Star State. Rejecting the spit-and-polish of his Nashville contemporaries, Green is a gritty, rootsy performer with a knack for vividly compelling narratives; the opener, a cover of Joe Ely's "Me and Billy the Kid," is indicative of the kind of edgy, evocative style his own songs are shooting for. ~ Hank Small
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Me and Billy the Kid Pat Green 3:51
  3. 2 Take Me Out to a Dancehall Pat Green 3:48
  4. 3 Southbound 35 Pat Green 5:9
  5. 4 Going Away Pat Green 2:51
  6. 5 Just Fine Pat Green 3:28
  7. 6 Here We Go Pat Green 2:59
  8. 7 Nightmare Pat Green 4:59
  9. 8 #2 Pat Green 4:47
  10. 9 The Bottle Pat Green 3:43
  11. 10 Down to the River Pat Green 3:18
  12. 11 Dancehall Dreamer Pat Green 4:12
  13. 12 Songs About Texas Pat Green 4:2
  14. 13 1-900 Lover Pat Green 4:8
  15. 14 If I Had a Million Pat Green 4:39
  16. 15 George's Bar Pat Green 6:59

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