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5.0 out of 5 stars Live bonus tracks, 20 May 2013
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I always like the idea of a bonus DVD with extra tracks, interviews, scenes in the studio etc. In this case there's the making of the album, a video clip, the making of the videoclip en all studiotracks in a high resolution analog audio mix.
However whatever I do I can't seem to find the extra 4 livetracks from Austin Tx live as I was reading about in other reviews. As a great admirer of Steve Earle's work (and this album is of an exeptionally high quality) I'ld like to have his oeuvre complete. Is it possible that the bonus DVD is released in two forms one with the bonus live tracks and one without? Who can fill me in?
Because it isn't mentioned at the back sleeve.
As a last remark. Steve Earle is along with Springsteen one of the few artists who keep writing about people who in this neo-liberal world are considered losers but are simply victims of politicians and policies only interested in money and glamour. Let both of them keep making music with heart in it.
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Initial post: 2 Jul 2013 20:21:53 BDT
A Scot says:
Like you, I've been searching for the elusive "4 tracks from Live in Austin", but they're not there.

I guess the original limited edition really was limited, and has sold out, as the current version now includes the brief "making of the Invisible video" documentary, instead. Interesting, but not quite adequate compensation.....but as I'll likely buy the 2000 Austin dvd soon, I guess it's no big deal.

It is, of course, also possible that Amazon are simply sourcing this from stock designed for another European country & haven't updated the product description (& not for the first time!).

Otherwise, I'd agree it's a great album, some marvellous lyrics, and having listened to it immediately after watching the dvd of the "Woody Guthrie at 100" concert, there's a definite lyrical/spiritual connection, which I'd not anticipated.
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