Waylon Jennings & The Crickets
March 16, 1979
Freedom Hall Civic Center
Johnson City, TN
Soundboard->Cassette of unknown lineage-> Nakamichi CR-2A->Audacity->X-Act for flac etc
03-Rock Around With Ollie Vee
05-Everyday_Think It Over Medley
06-Love Is All Around
07-I Fought The Law
08-Walk Right Back
10-Keep A-Knockin' (But You Can't Come In)
11-That'll Be The Day
12-Well...All Right_It's So Easy_Peggy Sue Medley
14-Are You Ready For The Country?
17-A Long Time Ago
18-There Ain't No Good Chain Gang
01-The Bottle Let Me Down
02-A Couple More Years
04-Slow Rollin' Low
05-Till I Gain Control Again
06-I've Always Been Crazy
07-Bob Wills Is Still The King
08-Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys
09-Good Hearted Woman
10-Luckenbach, Texas (Back To The Basics Of Love)
11-Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way?
I have no idea if this recording or any other recording of this performance has been circulated.
No eq'ing or altering.
There is a hum mainly notable in-between songs. It doesn't detract too much from the music so I made no attempt to eliminate it.
The two discs represent the two sides of the cassette respectively.
I believe The Crickets were at this performance and although I cannot find anything online to confirm this I am billing it as such. The first 12 songs are all Holly/Cricket tunes except 3 & 4 which are Holly-related and at the end of the "Well...All Right_It's So Easy_Peggy Sue" medley he says "The Crickets" as if prompting them to take a bow and there are no more Holly/Crickets songs after that. This performance is less than a year from the release of "The Buddy Holly Story" movie which is mentioned in this performance. The Untitled track is a song "we wrote" (Jennings & The Crickets?) about that movie and what they got wrong. It is not "Old Friend" nor could I find any reference to it searching its lyrics.
The music comes right in on the cassette so I can't confirm there aren't missing songs. But I don't know what other Holly/Cricket song they could have played.