Paisley goes live
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
– Brad Paisley's live chops will be on display as performances from the tour plus hit studio favorites will be on "Hits Alive," out Nov. 2. In live or studio versions, the collection includes 15 of Paisley's 17 number 1 songs and four that hit the top 5, plus the instrumental Time Warp
and current single, Anything Like Me.
Featuring 21 individual songs, the 2 disc- set features 24 total tracks, some presented both in live and studio versions. Disc 1 includes 13 studio hits plus a new take on Paisley's Online, blending studio and live renditions. Disc two includes previously unreleased live versions of 10 favorites, plus the closing Online (Reprise).
1. Mud on the Tires
3. Anything Like Me
4. The World
5. Little Moments
6. When I Get Where I'm Going (Featuring Dolly Parton)
8. Then (Piano Mix)
9. I'm Still a Guy
10. He Didn't Have to Be
12. Whiskey Lullaby (Featuring Alison Krauss)
13. We Danced
2. American Saturday Night
3. Waitin' on a Woman
4. I'm Gonna Miss Her
5. Mud on the Tires
6. She's Everything
7. Time Warp
8. Letter to Me
11. Online (Reprise)
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