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Live At The Fillmore Cd

Live At The Fillmore Cd

Artist: Reverend Horton Heat

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1. 1 I'm Mad
2. 2 Big Little Baby
3. 3 400 Bucks
4. 4 The Devil's Chasin' Me
5. 5 Big Sky
6. 6 The Baddest of the Bad
7. 7 It's Martini Time
8. 8 Please Don't Take the Baby to the Liquor Sore
9. 9 Jimbo Wallace Introduction
10. 10 Jimbo Song
11. 11 Spend a Night in the Box
12. 12 Callin' in Twisted
13. 13 Indigo Friends
14. 14 Psychobilly Freakout
15. 15 Where in the Hell Did You Go with My Toothbrush
16. 16 Big Red Rocket of Love

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Yep Roc
Rel. Date: 07/09/2013
UPC: 634457226425

More Info:

In 1985, Jim Heath, a guitar player from Dallas who liked classic blues, rockabilly, and the Cramps, began playing gigs under the stage name the Reverend Horton Heat after a friend decided he needed a new stage persona. More than 25 years later, Heath is still making the most of his alter ego, headlining up to 150 shows a year where he tears up the stage for a loyal fan base.

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