|1. Through Your Hands|| |
|2. Child Of The Wild Blue Yonder|| |
|3. Loving A Hurricane|| |
|4. When You Hold Me Tight|| |
|5. I Donít Even Try|| |
|6. Feels Like Rain|| |
|7. Something Wild|| |
|8. Perfectly Good Guitar|| |
|9. Slow Turning|| |
|10. Lipstick Sunset|| ||
RELEASE DATE: November 3rd 2006
CD Edition limited to 5000 non-numbered limited edition copies.
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Are you ready for the thing called live?
Previously only available as a promotional disc, 1993’s Live At The Hiatt finally sees its first commercial release. The show was recorded on Halloween eve at The Forum in London, England and has been traded between collectors ever since. You see, while the fans already knew that Hiatt was a brilliant songwriter, his work on the road with The Guilty Dogs showed everyone that the songs had bite, too.
Released as promo for Hiatt’s then current release Perfectly Good Guitar, this 10-track document contains versions of 4 originals from that album – including the hit title song. The set list also features a pair of songs each from Slow Turning and Stolen Moments, Bring The Family’s Lipstick Kisses and even a run through Riding With The King’s “I Don’t Even Try.”
1994 would bring Hiatt’s first official concert recording, but it was the previous year’s promo that truly set the mark for live Hiatt. Now that purchasing an audience recording from a bootleg shop is no longer necessary, Live At The Hiatt – part of Hip-O Select’s Performance Classic Series – is definitely essential for any John Hiatt fanatic but also for any fan of great, live music.
Hip-Ocrates says: Did you know, Guilty Dog Davey Faragher is now the bassist in Elvis Costello’s backing band, The Imposters.