David Allen Coe — Biketoberfest ’01: Live From The Iron Horse Saloon

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Remastered 20th Anniversary Edition

If there’s ever been a way to describe David Allan Coe, it’s got to be his ability to defy categorization. With over six decades of following his musical muse wherever it’s led, this craggy-voiced outlaw has crossed the panorama of American roots music. As well as being a singer, guitarist and songwriter, Coe is also a magician, ventriloquist, deep-sea treasure hunter and movie star. This album was recorded in 2001 at the Iron Horse Saloon, and has been digitally remastered for this 20th anniversary edition.

Label: The Orchard



  1. Coe recorded his first album <em>Penitentiary Blues</em>, all songs that he had written in prison. In 1973, he recorded <em>The Mysterious Rhinestone Cowboy</em>, several years before Glen Campbell had a hit with the song, “Rhinestone Cowboy.” Coe’s song, “Take This Job And Shove It” has received the multi-million airplays certificate from BMI. His <em>Greatest Hits</em> album is multi-platinum and his <em>First Ten Years</em> album is gold. Coe has had 63 songs on the Billboard Singles Charts — including “Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile,” “The Ride,” “Please Come To Boston,” “Willie, Waylon and Me,” “Jack Daniels If You Please” and “You Never Even Called Me By My Name” — most written for the likes of Johnny Paycheck, Tanya Tucker, George Jones, Willie Nelson, Leon Russell, Charlie Louvin, Del Reeves, Tammy Wynette, Melba Montgomery, Stoney Edwards, The Oak Ridge Boys and Kid Rock.<br><strong>Track Listing:</strong><br><ol><br> <li>I’m An Ohio Boy</li> <li>Son Of The South</li> <li>59 Cadillac, 57 Chevrolet</li> <li>Wreckless</li> <li>Nothing To Lose</li> <li>When I Was A Young Man</li> <li>If That Ain’t Country (Part II)</li> <li>Only God Knows Why</li> <li>Single Father</li> <li>Drank My Wife Away</li> <li>A Harley Someday</li> <li>Panheads Forever</li> <li>Take This Job And Shove It</li> <li>The Ride</li> <li>You Never Even Called Me By My Name</li> <li>Amanda</li></ol>