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    1. She Loves You (Lennon/McCartney) John (with Paul and George)
    2. You Can't Do That (Lennon/McCartney) John (with Paul and George)
    1. Twist And Shout (Russell/Medley) John (with Paul and George)
    2. Long Tall Sally (Johnson) Paul
    3. Can't Buy Me Love (Lennon/McCartney) Paul
  • Side One
    1. Sabre Dance ‘69
    2. Wang Dang Doodle
    3. Promised Land
    4. The Inner Light
    5. The Stumble
    6. Brand New Woman
    7. Farandole
    1. Sabre Dance ‘68
    2. (Do I Figure In) Your Life
    3. River To Another Day
    4. Don’t Answer The Door
    5. Sweet Little Rock & Roller
    6. Great Balls Of Fire
    7. Evening
    Personnel   Dave Edmunds – guitar, vocals John Williams – bass Bob ‘Congo’ Jones - drums     Recording Details   Side A: 5, 6, Side B: 2, 3, 5 Top Gear recorded 2.4.68, transmitted 21.4.68 Side A: 2, 3, Side B: 1, 4*, 6 Top Gear recorded 16.9.68, transmitted 6.10.68 (*3.11.68) Side A: 1, 4, 7, Side B: 6, 7 Top Gear recorded 28.1.69, transmitted 9.3.69
  • Eleven tracks of high quality rock’n’roll feature on this LP from The Rolling Stones previously-undocumented tour of Europe 1970. This set was recorded for French radio and features the band playing with a horn section for the first time and no less than three Chuck Berry covers. Also included are Dead Flowers and Brown Sugar from the yet-to-be released Sticky Fingers LP. Comes with full sleeve notes and credits. All tracks recorded live at Palais de Sports, Paris on September 22nd 1970,broadcast on French Radio Europe 1 Personnel Mick Jagger - lead vocals, harmonica Keith Richards- guitar, vocals Mick Taylor - guitar Bill Wyman - bass guitar Charlie Watts - drums Bobby Keys - saxophone Jim Price - trumpet
  • The power and ferocity of the original Crazy Horse was only hinted at by their studio recordings. They really came into their own on stage, as shown by the six electric tracks on this fine new release. Originally an FM broadcast from Radio KUSC this recording is prized by Neil Young fans as it also includes his six-song acoustic set, comprising early solo material and songs written for Buffalo Springfield. The 1970 tour remains an artistic high spot in Neil Young’s long and varied career and this release shows why. Full credits and sleeve notes included. Neil Young – acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, vocals (with Crazy Horse - Side Two & Track 7 Side One) Danny Whitten – rhythm guitar, vocals (Side Two & track 7 Side One) Billy Talbot – bass (tracks 7-12) Ralph Molina – drums, backing vocals (tracks 7-12) Jack Nitzsche – electric piano (tracks 7-12) All tracks recorded live at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, March 28th 1970 and broadcast on Radio KUSC FM
  • Side One
    1. Baby What You Want Me To Do
    2. Willin’
    3. Black Mountain Rag
    4. Buckaroo/Nashville West
    5. You Don’t Miss Your Water
    6. Chestnut Mare
    7. Chimes Of Freedom
    Side Two Medley consisting of
    1. Turn! Turn! Turn!
    2. Mr Tambourine Man
    3. Eight Miles High
    4. Hold It
    1. Rattlesnake Shake
    2. Underway
    3. Stranger Blues
    4. World In Harmony
    5. Tiger
    1. The Green Manalishi
    2. Coming Your Way
    3. Great Balls Of Fire
    4. Twist and Shout
  • SIDE ONE 1. Three Button Hand Me Down 2. Shake, Shudder, Shiver 3. Had Me A Real Good Time 4. Pineapple And The Monkey 5. It's All Over Now   SIDE TWO 1. I Don’t Want To Discuss It 2. Wicked Messenger 3. Devotion 4. I Feel So Good Recording Details 1 recorded for Dave Lee Travis on March 10th, broadcast March 15th 2 - 4 recorded for Top Gear March 9th, broadcast March 28th 5 - 9 recorded for John Peel’s Sunday Concert, Paris Theatre on June 25th, broadcast July 5th
  • By the time the Yardbirds recorded the tracks on this LP they were no longer simply “most blueswailing” but were also recording catchy and successful pop songs. New lead guitarist Jeff Beck is in fine form over 15 live performances, none of which have been previously released. A rare cover image and detailed sleeve notes complete this package. Side One contains recordings from Ready Steady Go. Side Two has tracks from US and European TV networks.    
  • That was the invite we got when we tuned in to the best music show in the UK, nay, in the world every Friday evening from August 9, 1963 to December 23, 1966. The LP you have in your hands contains 13 tracks from the Animals on RSG, from 1965 and 1966, an interview with Eric Burdon and 3 tracks from the Richmond Jazz & Blues Festival in August 1965. For the latter occasion the boys had supplemented their stage presence by brass and horn players – with several being British jazzers of some repute – and had christened the new ensemble, The Animals Big Band. The Big Band “extras” appear again on the opening tracks of this album, “Let The Good Times Roll” and “Talkin’ Bout You” and demonstrate that the experiment worked superbly. No British band has ever sounded this close to an American black jump blues outfit before. R&B64  
  • Side One
    1. Overture
    2. It’s A Boy
    3. 1921
    4. Amazing Journey
    5. Sparks
    6. Eyesight To The Blind
    7. Christmas
    8.The Acid Queen Side Two
    1. Pinball Wizard
    2. Do You Think It’s Alright?
    3. Fiddle About
    4. Tommy Can You Hear Me?
    5. There’s A Doctor
    6. Go To The Mirror
    7. Smash The Mirror
    8. Miracle Cure
    9. Sally Simpson
    10. I’m Free
    11. Tommy’s Holiday Camp
    12. We’re Not Gonna Take It
  • Side One Heaven And Hell I Can't Explain Fortune Teller Tattoo A Quick One While He's Away Side Two Substitute Happy Jack I'm A Boy My Generation
    1. You Ain’t Going Nowhere
    2. Old John Robertson
    3. You Don’t Miss Your Water
    4. Hickory Wind
    5. Feel A Whole Lot Better
    6. Chimes Of Freedom
    1. The Christian Life
    2. Turn! Turn! Turn!
    3. My Back Pages
    4. Baby What You Want Me To Do?
    5. Mr Spaceman
    6. You Ain’t Going Nowhere
    7. This Wheel’s On Fire