Delbert McClinton - Live In Austin 1997

Delbert McClinton honed his craft working in a bar band, The Straitjackets, backing visiting blues giants such as Sonny Boy Williamson II, Howlin' Wolf, Lightnin' Hopkins, and Jimmy Reed. He made his first recordings as a member of the Ron-Dels and was noted for his distinctive harmonica  work on Bruce Channel's 1962 hit "Hey! Baby."   

This is a recording of Delbert McClinton with band in concert as part of the seventh anniversary celebrations for Austin, Texas radio station KGSR.
The event took place on December 5th 1997 and also included sets from Abra Moore, Steve Earle, and special guests Robert Earl Keen and Patty Griffin.

This is an excellent performance with tremendous musicanship along with real blues rock passion. 

Source: FM Broadcast.

Sound Quality: Very good stereo mp3@192kbps.

Genre: Blues-rock, blues, rock, country.

Set: Full Concert

Set List:

01 Take Me to the River
02 Thank You Baby
03 I'm With You
04 Old Weakness
05 Leap of Faith
06 I Just Want to Love You
07 Best of Me
08 Monkey Around
09 B Movie Boxcar Blues
10 You Were Never Mine
11 Lie No Better
12 Two More Bottles of Wine
13 Sending Me Angels
14 Every Time I Roll the Dice

Website: Official HERE.


After relocating to Los Angeles in the early 1970s, Delbert McClinton emerged in a partnership with fellow Texan Glen Clark, performing a combination of country and soul music. They achieved a degree of artistic success, releasing two albums before splitting, with McClinton embarking on a solo career. Emmylou Harris had a No. 1 hit in 1978 with his composition "Two More Bottles of Wine" in 1978, and McClinton's "B Movie Boxcar Blues" was used in the 1980 movie The Blues Brothers. His 1980 album, The Jealous Kind, contained his hit single, "Givin' It Up for Your Love."

After a rest period during much of the '80s, Delbert McClinton made a welcome return in 1989 with the fiery album Live From Austin, taped during an Austin City Limits appearance. He won a 1991 Grammy for his duet with Bonnie Raitt, "Good Man, Good Woman," and reached the Top 5 of the country charts with the Tanya Tucker duet, "Tell Me About It." The fledgling label Rising Tide offered One of the Fortunate Few in 1997, but the label quickly folded. In addition to releasing two new studio albums in the early 2000s, New West Records issued Delbert McClinton Live in 2003, collecting songs from throughout his career.

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Beehive Candy said…

Enjoy - Mike
Anonymous said…
link a dead....
mediafire is misery!
Beehive Candy said…

Enjoy - Mike
Anonymous said…
I'd love to get this one but download buttons in flameupload don't work ...
oldfolkie said…
the first link just worked fine for me.