Steve Young | Live in Holland

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Live in Holland

by Steve Young

Americana, Singer-songwriter
Genre: Country: Country Blues
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1. Ragtime Blue Guitar (Live)
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2. Lonesome, On'ry and Mean (Live)
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3. The White Trash Song (Live)
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4. Tobacco Road (Live)
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5. Seven Bridges Road (Live)
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6. Don't Miss Your Water (Live)
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7. Don't Think Twice, It's Alright (Live)
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8. Corrina, Corrina (Live)
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9. The Ballad of William Sycamore (Live)
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10. We've Been Together on This Earth Before (Live)
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11. My Oklahoma (Live)
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12. Montgomery in the Rain (Live)
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13. Going Back to California (Live)
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14. Silverlake (Live)
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15. Angel of Lyon (Live)
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16. Hoboin' (Live)
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Steve Young (July 12, 1942 – March 17, 2016[1]) was an American country music singer, songwriter and guitarist, known for his song "Seven Bridges Road" . He was a pioneer of the country rock, Americana, and alternative country sounds, and also a vital force behind the "outlaw movement" that gave support to the careers of Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams, Jr. and more. Young was also featured in the 1975 Outlaw Country documentary Heartworn Highways. He was the subject of the song "The All Golden" by Van Dyke Parks. Young's first album, Rock Salt & Nails, on A&M, featured Gram Parsons, Gene Clark, and other musicians from the 1969 musical community in Southern California.

From David Olney's liner notes:

"Steve Young recorded a song of mine, “Contender”. This was my first significant cut. To tell the truth, it meant the world to me. Later he would record “If My Eyes Were Blind”. His version of that song remains – to my mind – the best rendition.
In 1993, we played in Lichtenvoorde, Holland for a concert series. Listening to these recordings after all these years reminds me of just how important that concert was to me. Steve was the real deal to say the least — prickly, saintly, enigmatic, son of the South and citizen of the world."

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