Arlo Guthrie
July 10, 2009
Vancouver Island MusicFest - Main Stage
Courtenay, British Columbia, Canada
Runtime: 75:44

Broadcast: 'Live in Concert' on CBC Radio One
MPEG II, Layer 1 (256 kb/s, 48 kHz, stereo)
Lineage: L-Band broadcast > DAB receiver > HD @ 44.1 kHz > edit + track > flac(lvl8)

Arlo Guthrie is a folk singer/songwriter and a lifelong political activist who carries on the legacy of his legendary father. Growing up in the early sixties, Arlo spent time with musicians and beat poets, took it all in and developed his style. Arlo Guthrie is a natural-born storyteller, whose tales and anecdotes bring his concerts to life. Arlo's expressive, distinctive voice and message is still ringing clear.

01 Chilling of the Evening 3:44
02 Shade of the Old Apple Tree (traditional) 4:38
03 Darkest Hour 4:30
04 St. James Infirmary (traditional) 4:43
05 Cornbread, Peas and Black Molasses (Brownie McGhee, Sonny Terry) 7:14
06 The Motorcycle Song 3:42
07 Dangerous Friends 7:50
08 Comin' into Los Angeles 3:39
09 Green, Green Rocky Road (traditional) 3:26
10 Evangeline (Hoyt Axton) 3:58
11 My Old Friend 6:42
12 (I'm) Alabama Bound (Huddie Ledbetter) 4:32
13 City of New Orleans (Steve Goodman) 4:45
14 This Land is Your Land 12:15

All songs composed by Arlo Guthrie except as noted.

Arlo Guthrie - vocals, 12-string acoustic guitar, piano

CBC Rasio Production Credits:
Derek Bird - Producer
Gary Morgan - Recording Engineer