Adventures of The Felice Brothers Vol. 1 is available directly from The Felice Brothers at live shows. It was recorded on two-track tape in a chicken coop, “People seem to think that’s weird, but it was normal to us,” Felice said. “It was like a little tiny dirty house". This album features "Frankie's Gun!", perhaps their most widely recognized song. Adventures of The Felice Brothers Vol. 1 was listed as number 3 on WDST's Top 25 Albums of 2007, being beat only by Bruce Springsteen and Levon Helm. Adventures also contains their covers of two classic folk songs. A song called Ruby Mae is also based on their grandpa's "old sweetheart" as the brothers say. "Where'd You Get the Liquor" is a version of "Old Dan Tucker" and "Glory Glory" is a rendition of "Since I Laid My Burden Down".