Steve Earle - Live At The BBC finds the roots rocker at one of his favorite U.K. venues, the Town & Country Club in London, on November 29, 1988. In front of an enthusiastic audience, Earle performed several tracks from Copperhead Road a month before the album's release, including the title track, "Snake Oil," "Even When I'm Blue," "Devil's Right Hand" and "Johnny Come Lately," about an American soldier in wartime London. From his first two albums are "San Antonio Girl," "My Old Friend The Blues," "Someday," "Down The Road" and "Little Rock N Roller." Along with a cover of the Rolling Stones' "Dead Flowers," rarities are the traditional Brit-folk "When Will We Be Married?" and Earle's own "My Baby Worships Me," both previously unrecorded by him at the time. The concert was originally issued only in the U.K. as Steve Earle - BBC Radio 1 Live In Concert in 1992. Steve Earle - Live At The BBC adds four bonus tracks recorded live for the Beeb in Manchester, England on April 16, 1987: "Fearless Heart," "Good Ole Boy (Getting Tough)" and "Hillbilly Highway" from his Guitar Town debut and "I Love You Too Much" from the follow-up, Exit 0.