Blaze Foley "Live at the Austin Outhouse" LP + 7"
LP and 7" - $19.99
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Originally intended for Record Store Day release, we decided to release it early to help celebrate our 15th year anniversary. We opened in May 2005.
The package includes a reproduction of Blaze’s rare Zephyr Records 45 RPM. Recorded in Houston on a label that quickly disappeared, the Zephyr 45 never received commercial distribution. It includes an unreleased studio version of If I Could Only Fly and an early version of Let Me Ride in Your Big Cadillac.
Live at the Austin Outhouse captures Blaze Foley, Austin's legendary singer songwriter, at his final appearance at the iconic Austin Outhouse venue. Recorded over two nights in 1989 just days before his tragic murder, these twelve tracks are available on vinyl for the first time. Recorded by John Casner, these now classic Blaze tracks were for years only shared on hand-made cassettes among a small network of friends and fans. The vinyl LP release marks the twenty-year
anniversary of the CD release by Lost Art Records.
The tracks here include many Blaze classics; Clay Pigeons (covered by John Prine), If I Could Only Fly (covered by Merle Haggard), Election Day (covered by Lyle Lovett) and nine others. Blaze is joined by several of Austin’s most beloved musicians including Champ Hood and Sarah Elizabeth Campbell. Live at the Austin Outhouse reveals Blaze to be as talented and soulful as his friends and running buddies Townes Van Zandt and Lucinda Williams.