Kris Kristofferson – Live, Hultsfred Fest,Sweden,17 June,2004.
The Hultsfred Festival is an annual music festival held at Lake Hulingen for three days in the middle of June.
Performing on the first day in 2004, with only his guitar and harmonica, KK put on an intimate, low-key, acoustic show that’s passionately forceful, affable and heartfelt (”If you see any of my relatives, tell ‘em I wasn’t as drunk as I was the last time I was here”).
01 - Shipwrecked in the Eighties
02 - Darby's Castle
03 - Me and Bobby McGee
04 - Broken Freedom Song
05 - Best of All Possible Worlds
06 - They Killed Him
07 - Sunday Morning Coming Down
08 - In the News
09 - Here Comes That Rainbow Again
10 - Help Me Make It Through the Night
11 - What About Me
12 - How Do You Feel About Foolin' Around
13 - The Silver Tongued Devil and I
14 - The Pilgrim
15 - Don't Let the Bastards Get You
MP3 @ 128kbps,50:53.
Quality: excellent sbd.
For the Good Times - The Kris Kristofferson Story (Steve Earle)
BBC Radio 2 Feature.
Steve Earle profiles the life and work of one of the most prolific songwriters in music history.
Kris Kristofferson's career is the stuff of legends. His songs have been recorded by over 450 artists, he has had over 17 Top 40 albums and won three Grammy Awards.
He has earned his status as living legend with songs such as Me and Bobby McGee, Help Me Make It Through The Night and For The Good Times.
Kris has also starred in over 90 films, including A Star Is Born alongside Barbra Streisand, for which he was awarded the Golden Globe for Best Actor.
In this special four-part series Steve Earle traces Kris' career from sweeping floors in the Columbia Studios in Nashville to winning the Country Music Association Award and the Academy of Country Music Award for Song of the Year in the same year for different songs.
30 min. x 4 @ 64 kbps. Broadcast Nov.'08 BBC Radio 2.