1970s

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    1. Maybe Tomorrow
    2. Drive My Car
    3. Just One Look
    4. When Will I Be Loved
    5. The Way You Do The Things You Do
    6. Respect
    7. Birthday
    8. Nobody
       
    1. Come And Get It (1)
    2. Come And Get It (2)
    3. Rock Of All Ages (1)
    4. Midnight Sun
    5. I Can't Take It
    6. Believe Me
    7. Come And Get It* (3)
    8. Rock Of All Ages* (2)
  • Side One
    1. Sea Of Madness
    2. 4+20
    3. Down By The River
    4. Get Together
    5. Mobile Line
    6. Red-Eye Express
    Big Sur Folk Festival, California, 13.09.69, broadcast PBS 1971 Side Two
    1. You Don’t Have To Cry
    2. Long Time Gone*
    3. Down By The River
    4. Ohio
    5. Southern Man
    6. On The Way Home
    7. Find The Cost Of Freedom
    Tracks 1 & 2 ABC TV This Is Tom Jones, broadcast 16.10.69 (*Tom Jones vocals). Track 3 ABC TV Music Scene broadcast 22.09.69. Tracks 4-7 Fillmore East, New York 02.06.70; Calvin Samuels & Johnny Barbata replace Greg Reeves & Dallas Taylor on bass & drums.    
  • R&B83 Three of the hottest properties in rock’n’roll as the 70s dawned were David Crosby, Graham Nash and Neil Young and this LP compiles high quality versions of their various 1970 television appearances.  Eight tracks are included from Crosby and Nash's BBC In Concert programme, a combination of well-known songs and then-unreleased material. An acoustic Neil Young plays a similar mix of well-known and obscure tracks in a fine seven song set recorded for TV in San Francisco. Full sleeve notes included.
  • 1971 was very successful for the Faces, and this LP is our first selection of high quality broadcast material recorded that year. Five songs from a John Peel live radio concert are combined with a brace of appearances on the Top Of The Pops TV programme. You can hear the variety in the band’s live set, ranging from a stomping cover of (I Know) I’m Losing You through to Ronnie Lane’s solo acoustic version of Richmond. Comes with full sleeve notes and recording details. R&B91
  • Side One   1. Time Will Show The Wiser (Emmitt Rhodes) 2. I Still Miss Someone (Johnny Cash/Roy Cash Jnr.) 3. Bird On A Wire (Leonard Cohen) 4.If It Feels Good, You Know it Can't Be Wrong (Thompson/ Hutchings) 5. I'll Keep It With Mine (Bob Dylan)     Side Two   1. Sickness And Diseases (Swarbrick/ Thompson) 2. Sloth (Swarbrick/ Thompson) 3. Billy The Orphan Boy's Lonely Xmas (Thompson) 4. She Moves Through The Fair (Traditional)  
  • Side One
    1. Let Me Love You
    2. Like It This Way
    3. Only You
    4. Madison Blues
    5. Baby Please Set A Date
    Side Two 1. Homework
    1. Stranger Blues 3. The Sun Is Shining 4. World In Harmony
    2. Great Balls Of Fire
    Side Three
    1. Rattlesnake Shake
    Side Four 1. Jenny Jenny 2. Teenage Darling 3. I'm Ready
  • Side One
    1. Be My Friend
    2. The Stealer
    3. Woman
    4. Ride On A Pony
    Side Two
    1. Don't Say You Love Me
    2. All Right Now
    3. Fire And Water
    4. Heavy Load
    Side Three
    1. The Highway Song
    2. My Brother Jake
    3. Soon I Will Be Gone
    4. I'm A Mover
    Side Four
    1. Mr. Big
    2. The Hunter
    3. Rock Me Baby
  • Sale!
    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. Astronomy Domine
    2. Fat Old Sun
    Side Two
    1. Cymbaline
    2. Embryo
    Side Three
    1. Green Is The Colour
    2. Careful With That Axe, Eugene
    3. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
    Side Four
    1. A Saucerful Of Secrets
    2. Just Another Twelve Bar
  • Here we have Slade before the hits: raw, hard rocking and high octane. Announced by Brian Matthews in 1969 as “Britain’s first skinhead group”, the Black Country rockers deliver fifteen tracks with great gusto, from the self-penned Know Who You Are, to covers of Traffic, Moody Blues and Beatles. This LP of BBC sessions captures the group described by Matthews as “four guys with short hair, heavy boots and big beat”, in all their howling, stomping glory; here are Slade banging out rockers live, and [a year or so]  before they become the biggest pop phenomenon since Beatlemania. 16 tracks in fabulous sound quality.
  • Side One 1. Into The Mystic 2. I've Been Working 3. Friday's Child 4. Que Sera, Sera/Hound Dog   Side Two 1. Ballerina 2. Tupelo Honey 3. Wild Night 4. Just Like A Woman Side Three 1. Moonshine Whiskey 2. Dead Or Alive 3. You're My Woman 4. These Dreams Of You   Side Four 1. Domino 2. Call Me Up In Dreamland 3. Blue Money 4. Bring it On Home to Me 5. Buona Sera, Signorina