Live at Texas Stadium

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Live at Texas Stadium
Live album by Alan Jackson, George Strait & Jimmy Buffett
Released April 3, 2007
Recorded May 29, 2004
Genre Country
Length 59:38
Label Mailboat
Producer Mac McAnally, Keith Stegall, George Strait, Michael Utley
Alan Jackson chronology
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(2006)
Live at Texas Stadium
(2007)
16 Biggest Hits
(2007)
George Strait chronology
Fresh Cut Christmas
(2006)
Live at Texas Stadium
(2007)
22 More Hits
(2007)
Jimmy Buffett chronology
Take the Weather with You
(2006)
Live at Texas Stadium
(2007)
Live in Anguilla
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Live at Texas Stadium is a live album by Alan Jackson, George Strait and Jimmy Buffett. It was recorded during a concert at Texas Stadium that took place on May 29, 2004. The album was released by Mailboat Records on April 3, 2007.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Honk If You Honky Tonk" (Dean Dillon, Ken Mellons, John Northrup) - 2:49B
  2. "Murder on Music Row" (Larry Cordle, Larry Shell) - 4:23A,B
  3. "Milk Cow Blues" (Kokomo Arnold) - 5:20B
  4. "Cowboys Like Us" (Bob DiPiero, Anthony Smith) - 4:02B
  5. "All My Ex's Live in Texas" (Sanger D. Shafer, Lyndia Shafer) - 3:26B,C
  6. "Hey Good Lookin'" (Hank Williams) - 4:11A,B,C
  7. "Sea of Heartbreak" (Hal David, Paul Hampton) - 4:18B,C
  8. "North East Texas Woman" (Willis Alan Ramsey) - 3:57C
  9. "Boats to Build" (Guy Clark, Verlon Thompson) - 3:03A,C
  10. "Margaritaville" (Jimmy Buffett) - 4:37A,B,C
  11. "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" (Jim Brown, Don Rollins) - 3:56A,C
  12. "Designated Drinker" (Alan Jackson) - 4:24A,B
  13. "Texas Women" (Hank Williams, Jr.) - 2:51A
  14. "Seven Bridges Road" (Steve Young) - 2:53A
  15. "Where I Come From" (Alan Jackson) - 5:21A

Notes[edit]

  • APerformed by Alan Jackson
  • BPerformed by George Strait
  • CPerformed by Jimmy Buffett

Chart performance[edit]

Live at Texas Stadium debuted at number 11 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and number 4 on the Top Country Albums.

Charts[edit]

Charts (2007) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard 200[2] 11
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums[2] 4

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