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200 More Miles - Live Performances 1985-1994


Download links and information about 200 More Miles - Live Performances 1985-1994 by Cowboy Junkies. This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Alternative genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:50:43 minutes.

Artist: Cowboy Junkies
Release date: 1995
Genre: Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Alternative
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:50:43
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No. Title Length
1. Blue Moon Revisited - A Song for Elvis (Live) 6:45
2. 200 More Miles (Live) 6:04
3. Me and the Devil (Live) 5:17
4. State Trooper (Live) 4:10
5. Sun Comes Up, It's Tuesday Morning (Live) 4:08
6. Oregon Hill (Live) 4:54
7. Where Are You Tonight? (Live) 5:23
8. Spoken Intro (Live) 2:38
9. 'Cause Cheap Is How I Feel (Live) 4:04
10. Floorboard Blues (Live) 4:23
11. Murder, Tonight, In the Trailer Park (Live) 7:38
12. Sweet Jane (Live) 3:50
13. If You Were the Woman, And I Was the Man (Live) 3:59
14. Pale Sun (Live) 4:36
15. Hunted (Live) 4:07
16. Lost My Driving Wheel (Live) 6:33
17. Forgive Me (Live) 7:16
18. Misguided Angel (Live) 5:06
19. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (Live) 5:56
20. Walking After Midnight (Live) 7:33
21. Bad Boy (Live) 6:23



Subtitled, "Live Performances 1985-1994" (though the earliest track comes from Halloween 1986), 200 More Miles, which concluded the Cowboy Junkies' contract with RCA, was a 17-track compilation of concert recordings. Its five and a half cover songs spanned the group's influences: "Blue Moon Revisited (A Song for Elvis)" drew upon the Rodgers & Hart song (that's the half) as interpreted by the King of Rock 'n' Roll; "Me and the Devil Blues" came from the King of the Delta Blues Singers, Robert Johnson; "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" was by the King of Country Music, Hank Williams, "Walking After Midnight" by the Queen, Patsy Cline, and "State Trooper" and "Sweet Jane" came from a couple of Rock's Crown Princes, Bruce Springsteen and Lou Reed. Of course, this was for the most part downbeat material, and the Cowboy Junkies rendered it in their usual transfixing, if soporific style. They did the same on a set of Michael Timmins originals such as "Sun Comes Up, It's Tuesday Morning" and "Murder, Tonight, in the Trailer Park." (John Prine guests on "If You Were the Woman and I Was the Man.") "Before I do some rock & roll I always like to sit down," Margo Timmins noted at the outset, and she wasn't kidding.