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Various Artists – Mighty Fine: an Austin City Limits Tribute to Walter Hyatt (2021) [Official Digital Download 24bit/48kHz]

Various Artists – Mighty Fine: an Austin City Limits Tribute to Walter Hyatt (2021)
FLAC (tracks) 24bit/48kHz | Time – 01:10:52 minutes | 806 MB | Genre: Country, Folk
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Front Cover | © Omnivore Recordings

First CD and Digital release of material from the star-studded 1997 PBS broadcast, includes six previously unissued tracks recorded at the show and four Hyatt solo recordings.

Uncle Walt’s Band (David Ball, Champ Hood, and Walter Hyatt) were one of the most popular acts in Austin, Texas, even though they were originally from South Carolina. Their excellent songwriting, playing, and singing garnered them local fans, but also Texas luminaries like Willis Alan Ramsey (in a very rare appearance), Jimmie Dale Gilmore, and (then Texas A&M student) Lyle Lovett. After a few self-released albums and cassettes (all available again via Omnivore Recordings), the band went their separate ways, with Hyatt going to Nashville with his wife, Heidi.

In 1990, Lovett produced Hyatt’s major label debut, King Tears, and went on the road with Walter as his opening act. Three years later, Hyatt released Music Town. Then, sadly, he died in the 1996 ValueJet plane crash that took the lives of all passengers and crew. Lovett helped organize tribute concerts to benefit Hyatt’s wife and children. In 1997, Austin City Limits broadcast one of those tributes featuring friends and fans including Lovett, Ramsey, Gilmore, Junior Brown, Marcia Ball, Allison Moorer, David Halley, Shawn Colvin, and his Uncle Walt’s Band partners, Ball and Hood.

Now, nearly 25 years later, the eleven songs from that original broadcast are available on CD and Digital for the first time as Mighty Fine: An Austin City Limits Tribute To Walter Hyatt. They are joined by six tracks recorded for, but not shown on Austin City Limits. To make this collection even more special, four previously unissued Hyatt recordings make their debut. The packaging features photos and a new essay from North Carolina author and musician Thomas Goldsmith. It truly is Mighty Fine.

Tracklist:
1. Willis Alan Ramsey – As the Crow Flies (Live) (02:32)
2. David Ball – Houston Town (Live) (03:04)
3. Jimmie Dale Gilmore – Georgia Rose (Live) (04:36)
4. Marcia Ball – Are We There yet Momma (Live) (03:27)
5. Willis Alan Ramsey – Lonely in Love (Live) (02:51)
6. David Halley – Motor City Man (Live) (03:55)
7. Allison Moorer – Tell Me Baby (Live) (04:18)
8. Junior Brown – Diggeroo (Live) (03:03)
9. Lyle Lovett with Shawn Colvin – Babes in the Wood (Live) (02:59)
10. Lyle Lovett – I’ll Come Knockin’ (Live) (03:47)
11. Ensemble – Aloha (Live) (02:57)
12. Champ Hood – Rollin’ My Blues (Bonus Track) [Live] (02:55)
13. Lyle Lovett – Teach Me About Love (Bonus Track) [Live] (03:44)
14. Champ Hood – Going to New Orleans (Bonus Track) [Live] (03:42)
15. David Ball – Message in a Bottle (Bonus Track) [Live] (03:28)
16. Lyle Lovett – I’m Calling (Bonus Track) [Live] (02:54)
17. Champ Hood – River Road (Bonus Track) [Live] (04:31)
18. Walter Hyatt – Jungle Flower (Bonus Track) (03:33)
19. Walter Hyatt – In a Christmas Dream (Bonus Track) (02:22)
20. Walter Hyatt – Early Days (Bonus Track) (03:02)
21. Walter Hyatt – Shouldn’t Have Told Me That (Bonus Track) (03:12)

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