Amos Lee - Live from Austin, TX DVD

Bottom Of The Barrel
Love In The Lies
Keep It Loose, Keep It Tight
Soul Suckers
Seen It All Before
Black River
Arms Of A Woman
Night Train

Bonus Song:
All My Friends

Named by Rolling Stone as one of 2005's Top Ten Artists to Watch, Amos Lee has opened for Bob Dylan and toured with Norah Jones. Pretty heady stuff for a 27-year-old from south Philadelphia who had just quit his last job teaching elementary school and released his first-ever album. Critics and music buffs alike were so enamored by his quiet, understated but soulful singing style that it seemed he could do no wrong. This performance, recorded on August 10, 2005, captures all the gems from that first album and then some. Possibly nothing sums it up better than the simply beautiful "Arms Of A Woman," which sounds like an instant classic that could have come from the likes of Ray Charles. Unlike Ray, Amos was a late bloomer, more interested in basketball than music, until he majored in English in college and tried his hand at songwriting to fine-tune his poetry. Working in a jazz record store and listening to Miles Davis and Thelonious Monk only deepened his passion to pursue his own musical muse.

Released 11/11/08