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While director Francis Coppola's potboiling crime drama set against the gloriously tumultuous backdrop of Harlem's famed Cotton Club nightspot of the '20s and '30s didn't quite come together as a cinematic whole, John Barry's efforts at supervising, scoring, and recreating the energetic jive and wail of the era very nearly carry the day. The opportunity was likely a dream come true for the former jazzman turned film scorer; his adaptations of standards by Ellington and Cab Calloway are reverent yet energetic, infused by original music that weaves it into an accessible and rewarding tapestry of time, place, and art. So-so film, great soundtrack. --Jerry McCulley
1. The Mooche 2. Cotton Club Stomp #2 3. Drop Me Off In Harlem 4. Creole Love Call 5. Ring Dem Bells 6. East St. Louis Toodle-O 7. Truckin' 8. ILL Wind 9. Cotton Club Stomp #1 10. Mood Indigo 11. Minnie The Moocher 12. Copper Colored Gal 13. Dixie Kidnaps Vera 14. The Depression Hits / Best Beats Sandman 15. Daybreak Express Medley
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This release contains a complete Steve Earle live broadcast and includes inter-song chat which is at times hilarious and at others somewhat tragic. The set-list includes seven numbers from Copperhead Road, four from its predecessor Exit 0, two from Guitar Town and a track from the rare 1982 Pink & Black EP. Opening the show was blind blues guitarist Jeff Healey who also joined The Dukes on stage for the final three numbers. Recorded live at the Cotton Club in Atlanta, Georgia on December 17, 1988.
1. Copperhead Road 2. Good Ol' Boy 3. The Rain Came Down 4. San Antonio Girl 5. Even When I'M Blue 6. Someday 7. The Devil'S Right Hand 8. Johnny Come Lately 9. Nothing But A Child 10. The Week Of Living Dangerously 11. Waiting On You 12. You Belong To Me 13. No. 29 14. My Baby Worships Me 15. It'S All Up To You
Steve Earle & The Dukes
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