3 disc DVD

Red Willow Band

REUNION!    3 disc DVD

A Concert for South Dakota Public Broadcasting  September 18,  2006 Sioux Falls' Washington Pavilion

Music produced by Red Willow Band
Recorded live by Boyd Bristow at
The Washington Pavilion’s Belbas Theatre; Sioux Falls, SD - September 18, 2006
DVD audio mixed, edited and mastered by Chris Gage at MoonHouse Studio; Austin, TX
Art & Design by Kenny Putnam – Image up Creative Services; Rapid City, SD
House sound by Audio Visions; Omaha, NE
(engineers Dan Picht and Jasper "Mongo" Goforth)
Red Willow stage manager Rod “Rowdy” Walterman

Chris Gage - vocals, guitar  and piano
Hank Harris - vocals and guitar
Kenny Putnam - fiddle
Marley Forman - bass and vocals
Barry Carpenter - drums and vocals

MHSDPB     cp2007 MoonHouse Records
PO Box 41021 Austin, Texas 78704.
All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

wwwtheredwillowband.com      www.albertandgage.com       www.moonhousestudio.com

Concert on Disc One:
1.   Tyin' The Knot
2.   Sure Beats Me / Well You Needn’t   (3:10)
3.   Finally Hit Bottom   (3:49)
4.   I Wish I Had Your Arms Around Me   (2:34)
5.   Stage Fright   (6:51)
6.   Wake Me When The Sun Goes Down   (3:04)
7.   Beautiful Lie   (3:54)
8.   Magic Bird   (3:05)
9.   Battle The Bottle   (3:34)
10. Leftover Blues   (2:42)
11. Old Photos   (5:28)
12. You're All I Need To Get By   (3:39)
13. Long Way To Hollywood   (9:28)
14. Orange Blossom Special   (6:06)

Bonus Tracks on Disc One:
1. You Can't Get There From Here
2. Roly Poly
3. Snow On Bald Mountain
4. 2 O' Clock Shuffle   (4:20)
5. Bottom Of The Band   (2:14)
6. Hell or High Water   (4:19)

Disc 2:  
Interviews with the band members and others who reminisce about the band's performances.  Photo Montage of Red Willow posters and band photos.  2007 segment from SDPB's "Dakota Life"

Disc 3: 
Concert footage from SDPB's "Nemo '79" concert.  Red Willow Band's 1980 performance on SDPB's "No Cover, No Minimum".


It's late Saturday night
in the youth of your mind
you're parked in a blue '59 boredom
when down the strip
your best girl and six full moons
come motoring for the setting sea
the radio's on playing their tunes
everybody's dancing in their sleep
they're opening red willow wings
laughing throats and crying strings
running smooth gaining speed
the left rear door is open
the invitation's unspoken
the ride's guaranteed

Jack Kreitzer-Bald Mountain