Top of the World Tour: Live

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Top of the World Tour: Live
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ReleasedNovember 25, 2003
RecordedJune–August 2003
Genre Country
Length96:23
Label Columbia
Producer The Chicks,
Lloyd Maines
Dixie Chicks chronology
Home
(2002)
Top of the World Tour: Live
(2003)
Taking the Long Way
(2006)
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Top of the World Tour: Live is the first live album by American country music band Dixie Chicks, released in November 2003.

Contents

It records their successful Top of the World Tour. A DVD Top of the World Tour: Live was also released with the material of the tour. Both are composites of multiple shows. As of March 2020, Top of the World Tour: Live has sold 1 million copies in the United States and has been certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Track listing

CD 1
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Goodbye Earl" Richard Leigh 4:37
2."Some Days You Gotta Dance"Troy Johnson, Marshall Morgan2:39
3."There's Your Trouble" Mark Selby, Tia Sillers3:21
4."Long Time Gone" Darrell Scott 4:10
5."Tortured, Tangled Hearts"Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines, Marty Stuart 3:44
6."Travelin' Soldier" Bruce Robison 5:56
7."Am I the Only One (Who's Ever Felt This Way)" Maria McKee 3:31
8."Hello Mr. Heartache" Mike Henderson, John Hadley3:59
9."Cold Day in July"Richard Leigh4:51
10."White Trash Wedding"Maguire, Maines, Emily Robison2:33
11."Lil' Jack Slade" Terri Hendrix, Maguire, Lloyd Maines, E. Robison2:40
CD 2
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."A Home" Maia Sharp, Randy Sharp 5:48
2."Truth No. 2" Patty Griffin 5:13
3."If I Fall You're Going Down with Me" Matraca Berg, Annie Roboff3:05
4."Mississippi" Bob Dylan 5:14
5."Cowboy Take Me Away" Martie Seidel, Marcus Hummon 4:58
6."Godspeed (Sweet Dreams)" Radney Foster 4:41
7."Landslide" Stevie Nicks 4:01
8."Ready to Run"Hummon, Seidel4:30
9."Wide Open Spaces" Susan Gibson 5:42
10."Top of the World"Griffin6:25
11."Sin Wagon"Maines, Erwin, Stephony Smith4:34

Personnel

Dixie Chicks
Additional Musicians

Chart performance

Certifications/sales

CountryCertification
(thresholds)
Sales
AustraliaPlatinum70,000 [6]
United StatesPlatinum1,000,000
Worldwide1,000,000+

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