Stone, Steel & Bright Lights

Stone, Steel & Bright Lights is a live album by Jay Farrar, backed by Canyon. It was recorded in September and October 2003, and released in 2004 on Farrar's label Transmit Sound, and distributed by Artemis Records. An accompanying DVD Live at Slim's was recorded at Slim's on January 23, 2004.[1]

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Stone, Steel & Bright Lights
Live album by
ReleasedJune 8, 2004
RecordedSeptember–October 2003
GenreAlternative country
LabelTransmit Sound, Artemis Records

Track listing

All tracks written by Jay Farrar, except where noted.

1."Doesn't Have to Be This Way"3:33
2."Greenwich Time"2:30
3."6 String Belief"2:41
4."Feel Free"3:02
5."Make It Alright"4:01
6."No Rolling Back"3:09
7."Damn Shame"2:37
8."All of Your Might"3:34
10."Heart on the Ground"4:44
12."Fool King's Crown"2:42
14."Voodoo Candle"3:50
15."Damaged Son"3:19
16."Feed Kill Chain"3:34
17."Clear Day Thunder"3:28
18."Lucifer Sam" (Syd Barrett)5:36
19."Like a Hurricane" (Neil Young)7:07
Total length:73:45

Live at Slim's DVD

1."Greenwich Time" 
2."6 String Belief" 
4."Feel Free" 
5."Make it Alright" 
6."Damn Shame" 
8."Hanging on to You" 
9."Clear Day Thunder" 
10."Lucifer Sam" (Syd Barrett) 
11."Like a Hurricane" (Neil Young) 


  • Jay Farrar – guitars, harmonica, lead vocals
  • Evan Berodt – bass
  • Dave Bryson – drums, percussion
  • Brandon Butler – guitars, lap steel guitar, maracas
  • Derrick DeBorja – keyboards
  • Joe Winkle – guitars


  1. "Stone, Steel & Bright Lights". Retrieved February 24, 2019.
  2. Deming, Mark. "Stone, Steel & Bright Lights". AllMusic. Retrieved February 24, 2019.
  3. Zwickel, Jonathan. "Jay Farrar: Stone, Steel and Bright Lights". Pitchfork. Retrieved February 24, 2019.
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