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  1. Williams later included McCue on an 'Artist's Choice' compilation alongside Paul Westerberg and Leonard Cohen. McCue's success on the Lucinda Williams tour prompted the release of a live album, Live: Ballad of an Outlaw Woman, recorded at The Fillmore in San Francisco, California, and her first Messenger Records release, Roll.
  2. Mar 17,  · Image: Anne McCue Sydney-born, Nashville-based singer/songwriter/guitarist Anne McCue 's new album is all pre-rock - a selection of her original, .
  3. The opener "Ballad of an Outlaw Woman" haunts, "To keep yourself alive, Got to hide what you feel inside." "My One & Only" twists with an ache and longing, just Anne & guitar, "I said goodbye to Joey & James." The track also appears on her CD Amazing Ordinary Things/5(5).
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  5. McCue's success on the Lucinda Williams tour prompted the release of a live album, Live: Ballad of an Outlaw Woman, recorded at The Fillmore in San Francisco, California, and .
  6. Find album release information for Live: Ballad of an Outlaw Woman - Anne McCue on AllMusic.
  7. Former Girl Monstar guitarist Anne McCue comes across as a cooly smooth rock chick on Roll, a guitary, country-inspired rock album with poise and attitude, driven by (not drowned out by) some great guitaring. It's lazy, laid-back and schmoozy for the opening 4 or 5 tracks, all very enjoyable rock ballads and/or country-rock, Stevie Nicks or Sheryl Crow-like in parts.
  8. Find out at which radio station you can hear Anne McCue - Ballad of an Outlaw Woman This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this website, you agree to our policies regarding the use of cookies. Ballad of an Outlaw Woman Artist: Anne McCue Album: Roll, copyright Anne McCue Show more Has been played on. United States 1. The.

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