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David Frizzell & Shelly West

Exit Inn (Nashville, TN)

Mar 4, 1982 - Early

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  1. 1 Introduction 00:53
  2. 2 I've Just Seen A Face 02:30
  3. 3 A Texas State Of Mind 04:01
  4. 4 Country Sunshine 03:22
  5. 5 I Love You A Thousand Ways / I Want To Be With You Always 03:18
  6. 6 Always Late (With Your Kisses) 01:41
  7. 7 For The Love Of Country 01:54
  8. 8 Husbands And Wives 03:53
  9. 9 Silver Threads & Golden Needles 03:08
  10. 10 Help Me Make It Through The Night 04:58
  11. 11 Good Hearted Woman 04:32
  12. 12 Lovin' On Borrowed Time / Band Introductions 08:23
  13. 13 Ramblin' Fever 04:27
  14. 14 Yesterday Just Passed My Way Again / Another Honky Tonk On Broadway 07:58
  15. 15 Instrumental 02:41
  16. 16 Wayfaring Stranger 03:44
  17. 17 Weed Is A Weed 03:31
  18. 18 Highway 31 04:37
  19. 19 You're The Reason God Made Oklahoma 05:56
  20. 20 Darling Will You Marry Me Again 03:39
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Liner Notes

David Frizzell - vocals, guitar; Shelly West - vocals, bass; Flip Anderson - keyboards; Michael Blasucci - vocals, guitar; Jimmy Clay Frizzell - bass, fiddle; Bobby Gallardo - drums; Allen Frizzell - guest vocals, guitar; Sylvia - guest vocalist, tracks 9 & 10

David Frizzell and Shelly West were one of the most successful country duos of the 1980s, and at this Silver Eagle-recorded show, they can be heard at the height of their success. The performance, which was part of the grand opening of Nashville's renowned Exit Inn venue, shows the group fresh off of a Grammy nomination for Frizzell's 1982 solo single, "I'm Gonna Hire a Wino (to Decorate Our Home)," as well as awards for "Vocal Duo of the Year" from the Academy of Country Music and "Vocal Duet of the Year" from the Country Music Association.

Frizzell began his recording career in the late 1950s, but it was in the 1980s that he first saw major commercial success. As is mentioned in the introduction from a WJRB on-air personality, this show was a benefit for the national chapter of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, and sounds like it was a major Nashville occasion.

It's a family event in every sense—several members of the Frizzell family make an appearance (extending beyond the band to Aaron Frizzell on monitors and sound), and tribute is paid throughout to Lefty Frizzell, David's older brother and a honky-tonk legend who passed away almost seven years before with the medley of "I Love You a Thousand Ways" and "I Want to Be With You Always," which feature David's youngest brother (and West's husband) Allen Frizzell on vocals. Early in the set, the group also takes the time to cover "Country Sunshine" by Dottie West, Shelly's mother and renowned country musician in her own right, and, later on, takes the time to introduce Shelly's father sitting out in the crowd.

The core duo would go on to collaborate together through 1986, and although his greatest career successes were in the 1980s, David Frizzell continues to record to the present day.

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David Frizzell - vocals, guitar; Shelly West - vocals, bass; Flip Anderson - keyboards; Michael Blasucci - vocals, guitar; Jimmy Clay Frizzell - bass, fiddle; Bobby Gallardo - drums; Allen Frizzell - guest vocals, guitar; Sylvia - guest vocalist, tracks 9 & 10

David Frizzell and Shelly West were one of the most successful country duos of the 1980s, and at this Silver Eagle-recorded show, they can be heard at the height of their success. The performance, which was part of the grand opening of Nashville's renowned Exit Inn venue, shows the group fresh off of a Grammy nomination for Frizzell's 1982 solo single, "I'm Gonna Hire a Wino (to Decorate Our Home)," as well as awards for "Vocal Duo of the Year" from the Academy of Country Music and "Vocal Duet of the Year" from the Country Music Association.

Frizzell began his recording career in the late 1950s, but it was in the 1980s that he first saw major commercial success. As is mentioned in the introduction from a WJRB on-air personality, this show was a benefit for the national chapter of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, and sounds like it was a major Nashville occasion.

It's a family event in every sense—several members of the Frizzell family make an appearance (extending beyond the band to Aaron Frizzell on monitors and sound), and tribute is paid throughout to Lefty Frizzell, David's older brother and a honky-tonk legend who passed away almost seven years before with the medley of "I Love You a Thousand Ways" and "I Want to Be With You Always," which feature David's youngest brother (and West's husband) Allen Frizzell on vocals. Early in the set, the group also takes the time to cover "Country Sunshine" by Dottie West, Shelly's mother and renowned country musician in her own right, and, later on, takes the time to introduce Shelly's father sitting out in the crowd.

The core duo would go on to collaborate together through 1986, and although his greatest career successes were in the 1980s, David Frizzell continues to record to the present day.