Recorded Live at the BBC in spring 1971, the same year of "In the land of Grey and Pink" release, This is the classic Caravan line up playing music from the same iconic studio album, a true masterpiece in the 70's Rock history. A quintessential combination between Richard Sinclair's beautiful and timeless melodies and David Sinclair's fuzz-organ improvisations. A full immersion in deep Canterbury sound featuring, among others, a 15 minutes epic version of "Nine Feet Underground".
The Man in Black as captured live in Belmond Park, New York City, in May 1981. Essential tracklist with some of his major hits. The country hero had just released the album The Baron on Columbia and was touring all over the US in front of his longtime fans and brand new supporters. A new decade brought a classic live set from a reinvigorated country music legend.Track list Side A 1 A Thing Called Love 2 Sunday Morning Coming Down 3 Folsom Prison Blues 4 Without Love Side B 1 The Baron 2 Doin' My Time 3 I Walk The Line 4 Big River 5 Ring Of Fire
Sacramento's own, The Cramps, performing live at the legendary punk club Keystone in Palo Alto, a year prior to the release of their debut album, are in top form. Ripping through tracks from that debut, as well as early singles and the classic 1978 EP, Gravest Hits, this is an epic set from the punk group that literally invented the genre of "psychobilly". Intense, rocking, and glorious, The Cramps were one of the greatest live bands of their era and this set does not disappoint.Track list Side A1. THE WAY I WALK 2. EVERYBODY-S MOVING 3. DOMINO 4. ROCKET IN MY POCKETSide B 1. HUMAN FLY 2. ROCKIN- BONES 3. TEENAGE WERE... + INFO
The year 1967 is when The Jimi Hendrix Experience took the world by storm releasing their first two albums to universal acclaim. Though the group would release their swansong, and perhaps masterstroke, Electric Ladyland, in October of 1968, Jimi was already prone to jamming with all sorts of other musicians and this classic set at Caf├ę Au Go Go on Bleecker St. is arguably the most legendary jam session of his all to brief career. Featuring such stalwarts as Buddy Miles, Elvin Bishop, and Paul Butterfield, this set features bluesy, raw, and stone cold brilliant playing from all involved, but it is Jimi that shines bri... + INFO
The University of London Union show took place on February 8, 1980, just a few months before Ian Curtis's death. The 12 song set list was mostly based on songs that would end up on Closer (the band's second and final studio album) but also on classic singles such as "Love Will Tear Us Apart" and "Digital". The band was in fine form with Curtis leading the charge into their own gloomy, psychotic, atmospheres. A quintessential live album and a real treat for any Joy Division fan.TracklsitSide ADead SoulsGlassA Means To An EndTwenty Four HoursPassoverInsightSide BColonyThese DaysLove Will Tear Us ApartIsolationThe Eterna... + INFO