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Live at Billy Bob's Texas

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Me and Billy the Kid
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Take Me Out to a Dancehall
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Southbound 35
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Going Away
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Just Fine
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Here We Go
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Nightmare
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#2
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Bottle
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Down to the River
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Dancehall Dreamer
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Songs About Texas
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1-900 Lover
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If I Had a Million
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George's Bar
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Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 62:51

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Good, not great.

Egman

Pat Green has a good, reedy baritone and his songs are very listenable. But there's nothing new here. For those looking for something realy exceptional, check out James McMurtry.

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Vintage Pat Green

Croixboy

Pat's earlier albums are much better than his recent overproduced stuff. This is one of his best, almost every song worth a download.

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Pat's Best

nelsonmonteith

I agree in saying that Pat Green is an absolute sell out; there was a time that he was my favorite artist, and now I won't bother buying his albums. Howerver, this CD, Live at Billy Bob's, is phenomenal - it stays true to what Texas Country is all about. His lyrics are intriguing and his songs are ecclectic and unique. Me and Billy the Kid, Songs About Texas, Take me out to a Dancehall, Nightmare, and George's Bar are a few of the top songs in this album. If you like Texas Country, you will love this album.

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Pat Green

Moonpie

Having met him personally, I can say he's a genuinely nice guy as well as a great performer. Lots of energy in his concerts! I don't think he's a "sellout" in any sense of the word. I prefer to call him extremely talented and versatile.

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Texas Country

martinez03

Texas Country Music is by far the best counry music there is. All of Pat Greens albums are great and each has its own style. That's what is so great about Texas music. Live at Billy Bob's Texas is no different. It is a must get. Cannonball is also a great cd. I recommend all of his albums. But that is only if you are open minded about music.

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Love it, but...

srf17

This is an incredible album. Only reason I refuse to give it five stars is cause of my feelings below. If you like honkytonk music, this is close to the tops. "Here We Go" "Take me out to the dancehall" and "Going Away" are all cant miss, but just go ahead and get the whole thing. HOWEVER, dont take this album as an indication of the kind of music Pat Green is singing now. He has become UNLISTENABLE. New stuff like the Cannonball is totally lame middle of the road commerical country. What I hate more than anything is artists who early in their careers sing about never selling out, and then sellout big time. I got nothing against people trying to make a buck, but dont first tell me you are gonna never gonna do it.

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Texas Style

jackie_huneycutt

Pat Green is awesome- there is no other artist out there that can make you feel good about being a "Texan" like Pat does!

They Say All Music Guide

While the first batch of Live at Billy Bob’s Texas releases focused primarily on established artists, the series’ greatest potential is as a launching pad for up-and-coming talent; an excellent case in point is singer/songwriter Pat Green, a homegrown talent clearly deserving of an audience outside of the Lone Star State. Rejecting the spit-and-polish of his Nashville contemporaries, Green is a gritty, rootsy performer with a knack for vividly compelling narratives; the opener, a cover of Joe Ely’s “Me and Billy the Kid,” is indicative of the kind of edgy, evocative style his own songs are shooting for. – Hank Small