Welcome to the Texas Music International Store. You can now purchase Bob Livingston & Lost Gonzo Band CDs right here with a credit card! It's all done through PayPal.
How to Shop: Just select the CDs you want to purchase by pressing the "Add to Shopping Cart" button. When you're ready to "check out", press the button "View Shopping Cart" at the top or bottom of this page, and you'll be taken to PayPal's site to handle the transaction.
Shipping: $3.00 for first item; $1.00 each additional of the same item.
NEW CDs and tee-shirts coming SOON!
Bob Livingston CD's
NEW! Gypsy Alibi
Chris Maresh - electric and upright bass for Eric Johnson (monster player)
Dave Sanger - drums/percussion (drummer for Asleep at the Wheel)
Lloyd Maines - mando, steel, guitar
Bob Livingston - guitar & harmonica
Bradley Kopp - killer strat & background vocals
Riley Osbourn - B-3 organ (Antone's House band)
Bill Kirchen- Lead on Middle Ages Rock-a-billy Blues (Commander Cody, Hot Rod Lincoln killer lead)
Chris Gage: guitar, piano, accordion, 12 String Guitar.
Booka Allen on Harmonium
BACKGROUND VOCALISTS: Betty Soo, Laurie Turner, Andrea Turner, Bryce Johnson, Lee Ann Atherton, Ryland Angel and me.
- Ruby's Shoes
- Country & Western Swing
- I Can't Sleep Tonight
- Dance Like It's A Holiday
- Android's Lament
- Middle Ages Rockabily Blues
- 'Til Death Do Us Part
- Ghost of Vicksburg
- Blind Love
- Oklahoma Girl
- Gypsy Alibi
- Android Returns
- Not Fade Away (Live in Bangladesh!)
Mahatma Gandhi & Sitting Bull
Chosen "Top Ten of 2003" by the Austin American Statesman.
Liner Notes: Mahatma Gandhi & Sitting Bull were two Indians that searched for Peace with the white man. When asked what he thought about western civilization, Gandhi replied that he thought it would be a good idea. I'm sure Sitting Bull would have agreed... In these heady times, one can only pray that wise men from both West & East will rise to the occasion and make amends with each other and the Earth.
Check out the Austin Chronicle's review
Vireo Records, 2003
CD only, $15.00
- Original Spirit
- Mahatma Ghandi & Sitting Bull
- On a Dream With You
- Take Advantage of Your Chances
- I Believe It!
- Cowboys and Indians
- Love Cannot be Broken
- Raining for So Long
- The Prophet Said
- Wilderness Song
- When the Beat Was Young
- A Slight Breath
- Cowboys & Indians Return
Open The Window - Songs for Kids
Winner in the American Library Booklist Award for noteable children's recordings and featured in Children's Jukebox.
For children age 2 - 102.
"Sprightly songs deal with nature in a playful way...resounds with hearty - sometimes unruly - barks, quacks, moos & rabbits. Great imaginative fun. --American Library Assn Booklist
(A Gentle Wind)
- Open the Window
- Silly Song
- What Do You Want (To Know)
- Whale Dog
- Mr. Michael
- Rule of the Woods
- Mr. Froggy
- Where Do You Go
- Dog Songs
- After the Fuss
Everything is All Right
Everything is All Right benefits the Sri Atmananda Memorial School in Austin, Texas. It features many of the songs Bob wrote while in India. O lot of great players joined in the recording including, Robbie Gjersoe, Tucker Livingston, John Inmon, Richard Bowden, Steve Samuel, Bukka Allen, Oliver Rajamani and Brian Standefer. Learn more about the music, the School and order online.
Lost Gonzo Band CD's
"The great Lost Gonzo band of the 1970's returns in fine and fiery, not just recalling another time in this place, but making its spirit tangible in 1991. Core Gonzos Bob Livingston, Gary P. Nunn, and John Inmon are joined by the likes of Lloyd Maines (who produces), Davis McLarty, Reese Wynans and Tomas Ramirez. That same smooth charm and musicality which made their MCA Records albums of yore so special is even sharper and snappier, giving this special collection that magical ambiance of a sunny, late-spring Texas afternoon. A most welcome return to more than form."
--Rob Patterson, Austin Chronicle
Descended from the Austin Interchangeable Band, so called because it could "perform with any artist in styles ranging from rock to jazz to progressive country to bluegrass with no notice and no rehearsal." The Gonzos are not simply proficient, but innovative and adventurous.
--John Conquest, Music City Texas
(Vireo Records, 1991)
- Silent Dancer Fool for a Tender Touch
- Prairie Madness
- Corona con Lima
- Mr. Michael
- Baby, Baby, Baby
- Geronimo's Cadillac
- Everywhere I Go I See Your Face
- Comanche Highway
- Everywhere I Go I See Your Face
- Terlingua Sky
Hands of Time
(Vireo Records, 1995)
- Free My Spirit
- Take Off Your Shoes and Dance
- Big Ol' White Boys
- Room Full of Strangers
- Sweet Woman
- Caution to the Wind
- Dead Armadillo
- Shifting sands
- Long way To Go
- Same Guy
- Hands of Time
- Sleepy Train
In 1998, Demon Records, out of the UK, issued a compilation CD of the first two MCA records. It's called Dead Armadillos. To listen and purchase: GO HERE!