MARGO PRICE - RANDALL’S ISLAND 2018

September 23, 2019 – 5:32 am

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MARGO PRICE
Randall’s Island 2018 [no label, 1CD]

Governors Ball Music Festival. Bacardi Stage, Island Park, Randall’s Island, New York; June 3, 2018. Very good audio (ripped from HDTV webcast).

Patrick Doyle, rollingstone.com:

Having just played three sold out nights at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, Margo Price is a rare country music phenomenon. And although she played a significantly smaller show at Brooklyn Bowl Saturday night, as part of the Governors Ball After Dark series, Price’s set was nothing short of a honky-tonk barnburner. She riled up the crowd from the beginning with “Don’t Say It” – from 2017’s excellent All American Made.. During stomper “Hurtin’ on the Bottle,” she even worked in verses from “Whiskey River,” and Merle Haggard’s “I Think I’ll Just Stay Here and Drink.” But the highlight of the set was Price’s own “Cocaine Cowboys,” a gem off her new album about guys she wishes she could stay away from. [On Paper Cowboy] Price eventually put down her guitar and got behind a second drum kit, pounding away through an intrepid, psychedelic rock excursion. Perhaps it was a hint of where she might take her sound next.

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Thanks to indykid for sharing the HDTV webcast at Dime.

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Track 01. Tennessee Song 5:26
Track 02. Weakness 2:52
Track 03. Don’t Say It/Do Right By Me 6:28
Track 04. A Little Pain 3:20
Track 05. Wild Women 3:14
Track 06. Cocaine Cowboys 3:20
Track 07. Four Years of Chances 8:46
Track 08. Mary Jane’s Last Dance (Tom Petty cover) 4:22
Track 09. This Town 3:45
Track 10. Hurtin’ (On the Bottle)/I Think I’ll Just Stay Here and Drink (Merle Haggard cover)/Whiskey River (Willie Nelson cover) 5:30
Track 11. Paper Cowboy 11:23
59 mins

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  1. 7 Responses to “MARGO PRICE - RANDALL’S ISLAND 2018”

  2. Thanks for this BigO, refreshing bit of new country. The Petty cover is particularly interesting considering a bigger country star, Kenny Chesney, rewrote the song as Pirate Flag and Petty did not ask for a writing credit.

    By Tony Pizza on Sep 23, 2019

  3. She’s a size queen ‘ also Jewish.

    By T J on Sep 23, 2019

  4. Last name is Pricerwitz

    By T J on Sep 23, 2019

  5. Rumor has it this young lady prefers Big Uns

    By U L E on Sep 23, 2019

  6. Finally…..This is COUNTRY! Not the crap that currently is being played on radio stations that call themselves”country” and are actually 2nd rate bar band rock ‘n roll…and THAT’S a compliment!

    By Tjarley on Sep 23, 2019

  7. What about those authentic country legends ‘ Taylor Swift ‘ Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley Tjarley ?

    By T J on Sep 23, 2019

  8. Tom Petty RIP once called modern country bad pop music with a fiddle .

    By T J on Sep 23, 2019

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