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Live Last Night: Elvis Costello & The Sugarcanes

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No matter how many Will Ferrell flicks or Stephen Colbert Christmas specials Elvis Costello turns up in, the circa 1978 image of him as the logorheic and self-immolating Angry Young Man endures.

But in the latter two-thirds of his wildly eclectic career, he’s evolved into something more like the Martin Scorcese of music, as much a historian and curator as he is an original artist. Continue reading

For the Coal Miner’s Daughter, a Family Affair

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Lucky me, I got to review her 9:30 gig for the Paper of Record.

The Setlist:

Ernie Lynn:
01 I Ain’t as Good as I Once Was
02 Feel Like Jesse James

Patsy Lynn & Peggy Lynn:
03 All I Gotta Say About That
04 Tulsa Time

Loretta:
05 Let Your Love Flow
06 You’re Looking at Country
07 When the Tingle Becomes a Chill
08 I Wanna Be Free
09 Here I Am Again
10 False start of “You’re Looking at Country” / You Ain’t Woman Enough
11 Blue Kentucky Girl
12 Portland, Oregon
13 Fist City
14 Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man (w/ Bart)
15 Feelins (w/ drunken Ernie Lynn)
16 Rated X (by her granddaughter, Tayla Lynn)
17 Coal Dust (In My Veins) (Tayla Lynn)
18 Honky Tonk Girl
19 One’s on the Way
20 The Pill
21 How Long (by the three dudes)
22 Man of Constant Sorrow (by the three dudes)
23 Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven
24 Who Says God Is Dead
25 Where No One Stands Alone
26 Coal Miner’s Daughter