Solo (Don McLean album)
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|Live album by Don McLean|
|Don McLean chronology|
Solo is a Don McLean double live album. It was recorded live in Manchester, Bristol, London and Oxford, England.
- "Magdalene Lane"
- "Masters of War" (Bob Dylan)
- "Wonderful Baby"
- "Where Were You, Baby?" (Josh White)
- "Empty Chairs"
- "Geordie's Lost His Penker" (arr. & adapted by Don McLean)
- "And I Love You So"
- "Mactavish Is Dead" (arr. & adapted by Don McLean)
- "Cripple Creek/Muleskinner Blues" (arr. & adapted by Don McLean / George Vaughn & Jimmie Rodgers)
- "Great Big Man"
- "Bronco Bill's Lament"
- "Happy Trails" (Dale Evans)
- "Circus Song"
- "Birthday Song"
- "On the Amazon" (Vivian Ellis, Clifford Grey)
- "American Pie"
- "Over the Waterfall/Arkansas Traveller" (arr. & adapted by Don McLean)
- "Homeless Brother"
- "Castles in the Air"
- Three Flights Up"
- "Lovesick Blues" (Irving Mills, Cliff Friend)
- "Winter Has Me in Its Grip"
- "The Legend of Andrew McCrew"
- "Till Tomorrow"
- Herb Gart - producer
- John Peters - producer, mixing
- Don McLean - acoustic guitar, banjo, vocals
- Greg Calbi - mastering
- Jesse Henderson - engineer
- Vic Maile - engineer
- Gil Markle - engineer
Recorded live at Manchester, Bristol and Oxford, England.
- "Don McLean - Solo (Vinyl, LP)". Discogs. Retrieved 15 February 2017.
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