1. Baby Took a Limo to Memphis (Guy Clark)
  2. My Old Friend the Blues (Steve Earle)
  3. Katie Belle (Townes Van Zandt)
  4. The Cape (Guy Clark)
  5. Valentine's Day (Steve Earle)
  6. Ain't Leavin' Your Love (Townes Van Zandt)
  7. Randall Knife (Guy Clark)
  8. Tom Ames' Prayer (Steve Earle)
  9. A Song For (Townes Van Zandt)
  10. Dublin Blues (Guy Clark)
  11. I Ain't Ever Satisfied (Steve Earle)
  12. Pancho and Lefty (Townes Van Zandt)
  13. Immigrant Eyes (Guy Clark)
  14. Mercenary Song (Steve Earle)
  15. Tecumseh Valley (Townes Van Zandt)
  16. Copperhead Road (Steve Earle)

Label : Catfish Records

Release Year : 2001

Length : 69:13

Recording Date : September 13, 1995

Venue : Bluebird Café, Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Review (AllMusic) : Steve Earle, Townes Van Zandt and Guy Clark had a lot in common as revered Nashville singer/songwriters on the fringes of the country music industry, which made this gig at the famed Bluebird Café in Nashville, a benefit for the Interfaith Dental Clinic, an impressive lineup. Recorded September 13, 1995, it was an old-fashioned guitar pull, with each performer alternating as his fellows pitched in with a little guitar playing and encouragement. That's as much as they got together, however; there are no actual duos or trios on the disc. It does seem that Clark is singing along a little bit on Earle's "Mercenary Song," though, and an unidentified voice that sounds a lot like Emmylou Harris applies some harmony on Clark's "Immigrant Song" and Earle's "Copperhead Road." The performances are off the cuff to the point of being more like a casual get-together than an actual concert. Van Zandt, whose songs are the most depressing (and that's saying a lot), is the funniest, especially discussing his own dental needs in the light of losing a tooth in a dice game. He also goes up on the lyrics to "Pancho and Lefty," which doesn't keep it from being as amazing a song as ever. In fact, the songs just seem to get better and better as these three rough-hewn craftsmen demonstrate their remarkable abilities. Those who know their work will delight in hearing favorite songs in an intimate live setting; those who do not may be introduced to a world of great songwriting.