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Rockin' At the Universal (Live)


Download links and information about Rockin' At the Universal (Live) by Rick Nelson. This album was released in 1986 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 54:47 minutes.

Artist: Rick Nelson
Release date: 1986
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop
Tracks: 18
Duration: 54:47
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No. Title Length
1. Stood Up / Waitin' In School (Live) (featuring Ricky Nelson) 3:40
2. I Got a Feeling (Live) (featuring Ricky Nelson) 2:07
3. Travelin' Man (Live) (featuring Ricky Nelson) 2:19
4. Hello Mary Lou (Live) (featuring Ricky Nelson) 2:21
5. Garden Party (Live) (featuring Ricky Nelson) 3:45
6. You Know What I Mean (Live) (featuring Ricky Nelson) 2:15
7. That's All Right (Live) (featuring Ricky Nelson) 4:06
8. Believe What You Say (Live) (featuring Ricky Nelson) 3:23
9. Milk Cow Blues Boogie (Live) (featuring Ricky Nelson) 3:25
10. Never Be Anyone Else But You (Live) (featuring Ricky Nelson) 2:35
11. Fools Rush In (Live) (featuring Ricky Nelson) 2:49
12. Poor Little Fool (Live) (featuring Ricky Nelson) 2:19
13. It's Late (Live) (featuring Ricky Nelson) 3:31
14. Honky Tonk Women (Live) (featuring Ricky Nelson) 3:53
15. My Bucket's Got a Hole In It (Live) (featuring Ricky Nelson) 3:00
16. Boppin' the Blues (Live) (featuring Ricky Nelson) 3:20
17. Lonesome Town (Live) (featuring Ricky Nelson) 2:29
18. I'm Walkin' (Duet With Fats Domino) [Live] (featuring Fats Domino, Ricky Nelson) 3:30



Recorded at an August 22, 1985 concert at the Universal Amphitheater in Los Angeles (some of the performances are actually from another show in Chicago from 1983 but aren’t credited as such) less than four months before his death on New Year’s Eve, this set catches Rick Nelson at a point where he had reconciled his teen idol pop beginnings with his later country-rock direction. Originally issued as an LP by Silver Eagle Records in 1986, this conglomerate live set is pretty well recorded and features Nelson doing lightly rearranged out versions of several of his hits, including “Travelin’ Man,” “Hello Mary Lou,” “Poor Little Fool,” “Lonesome Town,” and the sly, resigned “Garden Party,” as well as a fond, pleasant duet with Fats Domino on “I’m Walkin’.” It won’t change anyone’s opinion of Nelson or his body of work, but fans will undoubtedly enjoy it.