Jessi Colter Live From Cain's Ballroom on Limited Edition Colored LP + Download
Shooter Jennings introduces Black Country Rock, a multiple format recording company. When Shooter left Universal South, he first created Black Country Rock, then a vanity label to brand the projects he was involved in and own the music he created. But now, nearly 6 years later, he's rolling out BCR Nashville and BCR Los Angeles. Built over the last year, both satellite entities are working in sync together to create some of the wildest projects to come down the pike in a long time. Constructed for modern efficiency and whiskey bent and hellbound for good music, BCR has itself poised as a front runner on independent record business.
Recorded September 19, 2013 at The Event at Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma, this live album shows that soul never fades. From the first note the first lady of Outlaw Country strikes on her grand piano to the last bombastic chord of her electric band, Jessi Colter shines, overflowing with charm and charisma, and not to mention a few very personal moments. This is the first and only live record Ms. Colter has recorded and such a rare treat wouldn’t be complete without its own twists and turns. Jessi is joined by her son, Shooter, on a few of the tunes, such a humble performance really makes you feel lucky to be able to be there...or simulate being there by listening along.
Because vinyl is limited to around 45 minutes, some of the inner dialogue, as well as the rowdy version of “What’s Happened To Blue Eyes" (featuring David Chernicky) had to be removed. But fear not! Each baby pink colored vinyl LP comes with a download of the full album including the content that was removed from the vinyl due to time limitations!
Jessi Colter Live From Cain's Ballroom Track Listing:
1. Mystery Train
2. Can’t Nobody Do Me Like Jesus
3. Without You
4. You Can Pick ‘Em Baby
5. You Were My Mountain
6. I’m Not Lisa
7. Out of the Rain (with Shooter Jennings)
8. Please Carry Me Home (with Shooter Jennings)
9. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
10. Storms Never Last