Download: Austin, TX .. May 15 2016

This download is a rare treat – actually, several of them.

1996-Stubbs-AustinStander on the Mountain and The Wild Frontier are two early songs from Bruce’s catalogue which we haven’t heard much of lately.

There are several Happy Birthday teases throughout the show, for Bruce’s bass player JV Collier, who doesn’t look a day over 17. 🙂

A couple of new songs (three if you count a tease of Rehab Reunion) and the “new” Rainbow’s Cadillac make for a great download. Katie Shore joins for Big River, out of King of the Hill.

Thanks to Larry Pillman for the great recording, which you can download in FLAC format from etree.

“Rehab Reunion” is coming on June 17, and you can order it here. In the meantime, please  enjoy these downloads!

  01. Resting Place
» 9.6 MiB - 352 downloads

  02. Stander on the Mountain
» 10.0 MiB - 339 downloads

  03. What a Time
» 8.3 MiB - 258 downloads

  04. Mandolin Rain
» 8.8 MiB - 281 downloads

  05. (Rehab Reunion) > MIA in M.I.A.M.I.
» 5.2 MiB - 311 downloads

  06. (Happy Birthday song)
» 752.2 KiB - 249 downloads

  07. Tipping
» 4.1 MiB - 285 downloads

  08. Every Little Kiss
» 7.2 MiB - 339 downloads

  09. Valley Road
» 8.0 MiB - 273 downloads

  10. The Wild Frontier
» 4.5 MiB - 292 downloads

  11. King of the Hill > Big River (w/Katie Shore)
» 10.2 MiB - 283 downloads

  12. Rainbow's Cadillac
» 5.5 MiB - 320 downloads

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