Cleveland International Records (CIR) has announced that it will be releasing live concert material from one of country music’s outlaws, David Allan Coe.
This spring, CIR, Coe’s former label, will drop a special vinyl edition of Biketoberfest 01: Live from the Iron Horse Saloon to celebrate the performance’s 20th anniversary. The digitally remastered album was originally recorded live during Biketoberfest 2001 in Daytona Beach and will be available for purchase beginning May 21.
Produced by Coe and executive produced by Steve Popovich, Jr., the album includes his greatest hits such as “Take This Job And Shove It,” “You Never Even Called Me By My Name,” “If That Ain’t Country Part II,” “Nothing to Lose,” and the only recorded version of “I’m an Ohio Boy,” plus ten additional live songs.
Biketoberfest 01: Live from the Iron Horse Saloon Vinyl Track Listing:
1. I’m an Ohio Boy
2. Son Of the South
3. 59 Cadillac, 57 Chevrolet
5. Nothing To Lose
6. When I Was A Young Man
7. If That Ain’t Country Part II
8. Only God Knows Why
9. Single Father
10. Drank My Wife Away
11. A Harley Someday
12. Take This Job And Shove It
13. The Ride
14. You Never Even Called Me By My Name
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