Stage (Keller Williams album)

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Stage
Live album by Keller Williams
Released June 29, 2004
Recorded March 11-November 15, 2003
Genre Rock, Jam
Label SCI Fidelity
Keller Williams chronology
Home (2003) Stage Grass (2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Stage is a live compilation of Keller Williams's 2003 tour and is divided into 2 CDs. Stage Left, features songs from the west coast shows, and Stage Right containing songs from the east coast leg of the tour.[2] The collection includes a wide range of covers including songs by The Grateful Dead, Buffalo Springfield, David Bowie & Queen, Van Morrison, Sugar Hill Gang and Michael Jackson.

The album ranked 39th on Billboard's Independent Albums listing in 2004 [3] and was declared the Live Album of the Year at the 2005 Jammy Awards.

Track list[edit]

  1. Tubeular 3:28
  2. Rapper's Delight 6:09
  3. Skitso Williams 3:16
  4. Under Pressure 3:32
  5. Skinjuku 3:01
  6. Keep It Simple 4:51
  7. Dance of the Freek 7:44
  8. Blazeabago 2:16
  9. Let's Go Dancing 2:28
  10. Blazeabago 2:50
  11. Moondance 10:35
  12. Stargate 5:02
  13. Hum Diddly Eye 3:21
  14. One Way Johnny 3:28
  15. Novelty Song 5:10
  16. Shapes of M + M's 3:34
  17. Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough 2:08
  18. Dudelywah 4:03
  19. Bird Song 9:30
  20. For What It's Worth 8:35
  21. Prelude to a Cracker 1:37
  22. Cracker Ass Cracker 3:25
  23. Zilla a Trois 4:44
  24. Gate Crashers Suck 3:02
  25. Balcony Baby 6:19
  26. Celebrate Your Youth 6:40
  27. My Sisters and Brothers/Boob Job 12:10

Credits[edit]

  • Mark Berger - Package Design
  • Jeff Covert - Mixing
  • C. Taylor Crothers - Photography
  • Louis Gosain - Engineer
  • Charlie Pilzer - Mastering
  • Keller Williams - Mixing[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Stage CD (Double Live Album), kellerwilliams.net, Retrieved May 15, 2008
  3. ^ Artist Chart History - Keller Williams, billboard.com, Retrieved May 9, 2008.
  4. ^ Stage Overview, allmusic.com, Retrieved May 14, 2008.