Sit in on a rare and intimate solo performance with the "gypsy songman".
This DVD was recorded live at 501 Post in Austin, Texas in 2004. It includes the following JJW greats:
- Gypsy Songman (Jerry Jeff Walker)
- Stoney (Jerry Jeff Walker)
- Morning Song to Sally (Jerry Jeff Walker)
- Mr. Bojangles (Jerry Jeff Walker)
- Mountains of Mexico (Phil Peterson)
- The Dare of an Angel (Charlie John Quarto, Shake Russell)
- The Cape (Guy Clark, Susanna Clark, Jim Janosky)
- Pass It On (Billy Callery)
- Viva Luckenbach (Jerry Jeff Walker)
- Woman in Texas (Jerry Jeff Walker)
- I Promise to Love You (Jerry Jeff Walker)
- Candles and Cut Flowers (Jerry Jeff Walker)
- Navajo Rug (Ian Tyson, Thomas Russell)
- Loving Makes Living Worthwhile (Jerry Jeff Walker)
- Charlie Dunn (Jerry Jeff Walker)
- Redneck Mother (Ray Wylie Hubbard)
- Quiet Faith of Man (Bill Staines)
- Cowboy Boots and Bathin' Suits (Jerry Jeff Walker)
- Trashy Women (Chris Wall)
- Hill Country Rain (Jerry Jeff Walker)
- Old Road (Jerry Jeff Walker)
- My Old Man (Jerry Jeff Walker)
- Blue Mood (Jerry Jeff Walker)
Posted by pete on 1st Aug 2017
he is still the gonzo musician he was when I first saw him in 1973
Have not been able to see in conert
Posted by jon on 26th Sep 2016
The next best thing If you wish to see JJW and can't buy it ( plus you can watch over & over )
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on 1st Mar 2016
This DVD gives everything and more. Jerry tells stories and plays his songs like you are one of his old dear friends. The guitar playing and singing are brilliant and it is great hearing the songs with nothing more than Jerry and his guitar. This truly is a special DVD made like his songs with a lot of care.
Posted by Doug. S. on 12th Jan 2016
The DVD is appropriately titled. Jerry Jeff is the One and Only. We just saw him at the 1894 Opera House in Galveston and he is still going strong.
Posted by Cindy M on 9th Dec 2015
This is a great DVD, I first bought one years ago for myself when the DVD came out and then have bought many more over the years. They are great "stocking stuffers" for friends and relatives!
The One and Only is still the Best
Posted by Michael Sermon (Mick) on 25th Aug 2015
I truly enjoyed the experience of having the One and Only JJW in my music den once again. Sitting back, Jamming away, not knowing what I'm doing but enjoying it all the same.