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Live @ Lizotte's

Live @ Lizotte's
Live @ Lizotte's by Beccy Cole.jpg
Live album by Beccy Cole
Released 12 October 2007
Recorded Litotes restaurant, NSW, Australia
Genre Country
Label Beccy Cole Music, ABC Country
Producer Rod McCormack
Beccy Cole chronology
Feel This Free
(2005)Feel This Free2005
Live @ Lizotte's
(2007)
Preloved
(2010)Preloved2010
Singles from Live @ Lizotte's
  1. "Lifeboats"
    Released: 2007

Live @ Lizotte's is the first live album by Australian country music singer Beccy Cole. The album was released in October 2007 and peaked at number 63 on the ARIA Charts in January 2008.

A spokesman for her record label said "The album presents Beccy at her finest; on stage at Lizottes, Beccy performed her most loved songs and some new ones and some unforgettable covers." [1]

Contents

BackgroundEdit

Cole says she came up with the concept of recording a live album was to get some of the stories behinds the songs right. [2]

ReceptionEdit

Susan Jarvis from Capital News said; "Beccy has managed to capture the infectious fun, irreverence, slightly risqué humour and warmth of her live performance and "bottle" it — on her first live album. If you’ve never seen Beccy live, this album really does convey what it's about, and Live @ Lizotte's is bound to boost her ticket sales." adding "This is everything a live album should be, and more. It's warm and funny, intimate and moving. And it really does make you feel like you’re part of a dynamic live show."[3]

SinglesEdit

"Lifeboats" was released as a single from the album. The lyrics question feminism and ask in the case of a sinking ship, If women still get to use the lifeboats first.

Track listingEdit

CD
  1. "Men Don't Dance" - 3:03
  2. "Better Woman" - 2:38
  3. "Intro to Blackwood Hill" - 0:52
  4. "Blackwood Hill" - 4:48
  5. "Intro to Lifeboat" - 0:33
  6. "Lifeboat" - 3:50
  7. "Intro to Sorry I Asked" - 0:39
  8. "Sorry I Asked" - 4:38
  9. "Intro to Girls Out Here" - 3:21
  10. "Girls out Here" - 4:44
  11. "Intro to Opposite Prayers" - 0:52
  12. "Opposite Prayers" - 4:02
  13. "Intro to Those Memories of You" - 0:50
  14. "Those Memories of You" (featuring Kasey Chambers) - 4:01
  15. "Intro to Natural Woman" - 1:00
  16. "Natural Woman" - 3:11
  17. "Lazy Bones" - 10:00
  18. "Intro to Galleries of Pink Galahs" - 0:57
  19. "Galleries of Pink Galahs" (featuring Gina Jeffreys and Sara Storer) - 4:12
  20. "Intro to What's Up" - 1:00
  21. "What's Up?" - 5:55
  22. "Say You Love Me" - 4:31
  23. "Poster Girl (Wrong Side of the World)" - 4:08
DVD
  1. "Lifeboat"
  2. "Those Memories of You"
  3. "Galleries of Pink Galahs"
  4. "What's Up"
  5. "Poster Girl (Wrong Side of the World)"
  6. "Say You Love Me"
  7. "Strong Enough to Bend"

ChartsEdit

Weekly chartsEdit

Chart (2007–08) Peak
position
Australian Albums (ARIA)[4] 63
Australian Artist Albums (ARIA)[5] 18
Australian Country Albums (ARIA)[6] 9

Year-end chartsEdit

Chart (2008) Position
ARIA Country Albums Chart[7] 40

MusiciansEdit

  • Rod McCormack, Mal Lancaster - drums
  • Michael Rose - pedal steel and dobro
  • James Gillard - bass
  • Mick Albeck - fiddle.

Release historyEdit

Region Date Format Label Catalogue
Australia 12 October 2007 Beccy Cole Pty Ltd, ABC Country 5144227742

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "BECCY COLE ALBUM "LIVE@LIZOTTES"". Tamworth Country Music. 3 October 2007. Retrieved 16 December 2016. 
  2. ^ Cole, Beccy (2015). Poster Girl. Sydney, Australia: Hachette Australia. p. 242. ISBN 978 0 7336 3258 7. 
  3. ^ "** FEATURE ALBUM ** Live @ Lizotte's". Capital News. November 2007. Retrieved 16 December 2016. 
  4. ^ "ARIA Report Week Commencing 28th January 2008" (PDF). ARIA Charts. Retrieved 14 December 2016. 
  5. ^ "ARIA Report Week Commencing 28th January 2008" (PDF). ARIA Charts. Retrieved 14 December 2016. 
  6. ^ "ARIA Report Week Commencing 28th January 2008" (PDF). ARIA Charts. Retrieved 14 December 2016. 
  7. ^ "ARIA Charts – End Of Year Charts – Top 50 Country Albums 2008". Australian Recording Industry Association. Retrieved 15 December 2016. 
  8. ^ "Beccy Cole Live". Discogs. Retrieved 15 December 2016. 
  9. ^ "Beccy Cole Live @ Lizotte's". iTunes Australia. Retrieved 15 December 2016.