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Dwight Yoakam - "Rock It All Away" captured in The Live Room

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Published on Sep 16, 2012

Dwight Yoakam performs his song "Rock It All Away" in an exclusive recording session live in the legendary Studio One at EASTWEST STUDIOS in Hollywood, CA for The Live Room on The Warner Sound.

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Executive Producer
Phil Botti

Director
Michael Thelin

Recorded & Mixed by
Marc Desisto

Editor
Steven Pierce

Captured live at EASTWEST STUDIOS
Hollywood, CA

The Live Room with Dwight Yoakam was captured exclusively with Nikon D4 HD-SLRs camera and NIKKOR lenses.

The Live Room is an exclusive Warner Sound original series that captures today's most innovative artists performing live recording sessions in the most iconic recording studios across America.

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Comments • 132

Valerie Curtis
Why in God's name, would Eric Church play top billing over Dwight?
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Nancy Gray Barrow
I never really believed in Somethin' said with a word At least I never trusted what I was told or ever heard I never really believed in Somethin' said with a word At least I never trusted what I was told or ever heard I never tried to avoid it If it did come along 'Cause whatever happened next always proved it was wrong But you rocked that all the way You rocked what words can't say You rocked it up and down the front and then back around Every lonely place You rocked it all away You and me both walked alone Down streets where nobody's home You and me we both hung around The kinda places that can't be found You and me we both knew the score but whatever it was ain't adding up anymore Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah But you rocked that all the way You rocked what words can't say You rocked it up and down the front and then back around Every lonely place You rocked it all away I never really believed in something said with a word At least I never trusted what I was told or ever heard But you rocked that all the way You rocked what words can't say You rocked it up and down the front and then back around Every lonely place You rocked it all away
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April Severin
I vowed to myself the next time I see/hear Dwight Live it will be as the headliner! He was Eric Church's special guest on Nov. 14. I left after Dwight was done, because I am not a EC fan. See my DY photos on Twitter or Google+.
Nancy Gray Barrow
Rock On Dwight...Always! Love ya forever <3
April Severin
I think Dwight Yoakam is a sweet thing! He is such a talented musician and entertaining performer.He ranks right up there with Johnny Cash in my mind.
Alex Blum
haha the guitarist did PT's windmilling thing on a song with the same chords as a Who song
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Tim Wollaston
Going to see him next Thursday nite the 15th at the Deadwood Mountain Grand for the 5th time, He's finally comin to South Dakota.... Yay
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Tom Hardenbergh
"Crimson and Clover, Over and Over" at the start, then Dwight grooves it his way, drawing out those syllables like he has been doing here lately.  Yeah, Yeah, Yeah.
VictoriA Murray
This album may be before it's time... But it's a Hit w/ me now! Thanks Dwight, and the entire band. You all sound Great!*~
John Bell
Dwight is country
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