Robert Cray releases ‘Live From Across The Pond,’ his first live album recorded at Royal Albert Hall in London (2006)

Robert Cray’s ‘Live From Across The Pond’ is his first live album released on September 12, 2006 by Vanguard Records.

Track listing : 1.Phone Booth (Richard Cousins, Robert Cray, Dennis Walker) – 04:38 . 2.Poor Johnny (Robert Cray) – 06:22 . 3.Our Last Time (Jim Pugh) – 08:23 . 4.Right Next Door (Because of Me) (Dennis Walker) – 06:01 . 5.12 Year Old Boy (Robert Cray Band, Robert Cray) – 00:00 . 6.I Guess I Showed Her (Dennis Walker) – 04:40 . 7.The Things You Do to Me (Robert Cray) – 07:02 . 8.I Was Warned (Robert Cray, Dennis Walker) – 08:36 . 9.Twenty (Robert Cray) – 07:34 . 10.Bad Influence (Robert Cray) – 03:58 . 11.The One in the Middle (Jim Pugh) – 08:19 . 12.Back Door Slam (Bonnie Hayes, Kevin Hayes) – 05:26 . 13.Time Makes Two (Robert Cray) – 06:18 . 14.I’m Walkin’ (Chris Hayes, Kevin Hayes) – 05:23 .

Musicians : Robert Cray – Guitar, Vocals . Jim Pugh – Keyboard . Kevin Hayes – Drums . Karl Sevareid – Bass .

Production Produced by Robert Cray . June Murakawa – Assistant Engineer . Don Smith – Mixing .

Package : Amy L. VonHolzhausen – Creative Director .

Recorded at Royal Albert Hall Westminster, London, England .

Released on September 12, 2006 by Vanguard Records.

(Source Official Website)


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