Georgie Fame Complete Live Broadcasts I 2CD BBC Radio 64-67 (no jewel case)

Georgie Fame Complete Live Broadcasts I 2CD BBC Radio 64-67 (no jewel case)


Disc One

  1. Introduction & Interview
  2. Saturday Night Fish Fry
  3. Interview on arrangements
  4. Yeh Yeh (1)
  5. Preach And Teach
  6. Interview on being #1
  7. Yeh Yeh (2)
  8. Tell All The World About You
  9. Let The Sunshine In
  10. Interview on success in USA
  11. In The Meantime (1)
  12. Point Of No Return (1)
  13. Telegram
  14. Yeh Yeh (3)
  15. Interview on Johnny Burch
  16. In The Meantime (2)
  17. Get On The Right Track, Baby
  18. Interview on the follow up
  19. Like We Used To Be (1)
  20. Rockin‘ Pneumonia Boogie Woogie Flu
  21. No No
  22. Move It On Over
  23. Interview on dancing
  24. Like We Used To Be (2)
  25. Monkeying Around
  26. Point Of No Return (2)
  27. Interview on John Mayall
  28. Something
  29. Ride Your Pony
  30. The World Is Round
  31. Interview on jazz
  32. My Girl
  33. Boot-leg


Disc Two

  1. Interview on Sweet Thing
  2. Sweet Thing (1)
  3. Funny How Time Slips Away
  4. See-Saw
  5. Uptight
  6. Interview with Lulu
  7. Call Me
  8. You’ll Never Leave Him
  9. Interview on Get Away
  10. Get Away (1)
  11. Last Night
  12. Close The Door
  13. Interview on going to USA
  14. Get Away (2)
  15. Sweet Thing (2)
  16. Sunny (1)
  17. Interview on Sound Venture
  18. Dawn Yawn
  19. Lovey Dovey
  20. Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag
  21. Interview on Harry South
  22. Keep Your Big Mouth Shut
  23. Three Blind Mice
  24. Do The Dog
  25. Interview on end of the Blue Flames
  26. Because I Love You
  27. Point Of No Return (3)
  28. Waiting Time
  29. Interview on New York
  30. El Pussycat
  31. Sunny (2)


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Georgie Fame was different. The bulk of “rhythm and blues” groups followed the Stones image: scruffy urchins who you probably wouldn’t invite around for tea, but his image was totally different. Georgie and the Blues Flames looked more like members of the Stax/Volt Revue than the Downliners Sect. And then there was the music. No harmonica and guitar Chicago blues here, Fame opted for a mix of jump blues mingled with early soul, the sort of music that had been emerging in US cities like Memphis and Detroit. Hammond and horns playing jazz, Latin, Stax and ska. What you have on this CD set is 47 songs and 17 interviews recorded for the BBC between 1964 and 1967 – and all in superb quality sound.

RANDB065-1 2CD

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24-page original printed booklet and inlay included