Tag: Live

Friday 12/2/22 1am ET: Feature Live LP: Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers – Live At The Fillmore 1997 (2022)

Live at the Fillmore 1997 is a 2022 live album compiling Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers 20-concert residency at The Fillmore in San Francisco in January and February 1997. The album includes fifty-eight tracks pulled primarily from the last six concerts performed in the residency. Those six shows were professionally recorded and tracks from the setlists in those shows have seen previously release on The Live Anthology and the 2020 expanded reissue of Petty’s 1994 album Wildflowers.

Tom Petty considered the residency by the Heartbreakers at the Fillmore “a highlight of his career” and guitarist Mike Campbell labeled the concerts “some of my favorite gigs ever.” During the final concert at the Fillmore, Petty remarked to the audience that, “We all feel this might be the highpoint of our time together as a group… It’s going to be hard to get us off this stage tonight.”

In addition to a selection of the Heartbreakers and Tom Petty’s solo tracks from their career by 1997, the residency and the album documented the band’s music interests and featured performances by guests such as Roger McGuinn and John Lee Hooker. Out of the fifty-eight songs included in the collection, thirty-five are covers of songs by those that influenced, inspired, or performed with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. The first two singles released from the set in September and October 2022 highlighted performances of “Listen to Her Heart” and “I Won’t Back Down”, while the third single released in early November 2022, “Call Me the Breeze,” showcased one of two tracks originally by J. J. Cale covered by the band during the Fillmore residency.

  1. “Pre-Show” (spoken interlude) 0:41
  2. “Around and Around” 2:26
  3. “Jammin’ Me” 4:21
  4. “Runnin’ Down a Dream” 4:53
  5. “Good Evening” (spoken interlude) 0:44
  6. “Lucille” 2:31
  7. “Call Me the Breeze” 5:58
  8. “Cabin Down Below” 2:53
  9. “The Internet, Whatever That Is” 0:16
  10. “Time Is on My Side” 3:06
  11. “Listen to Her Heart” 3:19
  12. “Waitin’ in School” 2:01
  13. “Let’s Hear It for Mike” 0:18
  14. “Slaughter on Tenth Avenue” 2:27
  15. “Homecoming Queen Intro” 0:12
  16. “The Date I Had with That Ugly Old Homecoming Queen” 5:09
  17. “I Won’t Back Down” 3:42
  18. “You Are My Sunshine” 1:45
  19. “Ain’t No Sunshine” Bill Withers 3:28
  20. “It’s Good to Be King” 11:52
  21. “Rip It Up” 1:47
  22. “You Don’t Know How It Feels” 6:39
  23. “I’d Like To Love You Baby” 4:14
  24. “Diddy Wah Diddy” 3:00
  25. “We Got a Long Way to Go” (spoken interlude) 0:31
  26. “Guitar Boogie Shuffle” 2:55
  27. “I Want You Back Again” 3:05
  28. “On the Street Intro” (spoken interlude) 0:14
  29. “On the Street” 2:21
  30. “California” 2:48
  31. “Let’s hear It for Scott and Howie” (spoken interlude) 0:31
  32. “Little Maggie” 2:38
  33. “Walls” 3:28
  34. “Hip Hugger” 2:56
  35. “Friend of the Devil” 5:52
  36. “Did Someone Say Heartbreakers Beach Party?” (spoken interlude) 0:38
  37. “Heartbreakers Beach Party” 3:46
  38. “Angel Dream” 2:59
  39. “The Wild One, Forever” 3:12
  40. “Even the Losers” 3:14
  41. “American Girl” 2:32
  42. “You Really Got Me” 2:33
  43. “Goldfinger” 4:14
  44. “Mr. Roger McGuinn” (spoken interlude) 0:32
  45. “It Won’t Be Wrong” 1:58
  46. “You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere” 3:14
  47. “Drug Store Truck Drivin’ Man” 2:43
  48. “Eight Miles High” 5:25
  49. “Crazy Mama” 4:34
  50. “Everyone Loves Benmont” (spoken interlude) 0:12
  51. “Green Onions” 4:28
  52. “High Heel Sneakers” 3:28
  53. “John Lee Hooker, Ladies And Gentlemen” (spoken interlude) 0:19
  54. “Find My Baby (Locked Up In Love Again)” 4:08
  55. “Serves You Right To Suffer” 4:10
  56. “Boogie Chillen” 7:50
  57. “I Got a Woman” 2:52
  58. “Sorry, I’ve Just Broken My Amplifier” (spoken interlude) 0:56
  59. “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” 5:04
  60. “Honey Bee” 5:09
  61. “County Farm” 7:47
  62. “You Wreck Me” 4:13
  63. “Shakin’ All Over” 2:45
  64. “Free Fallin'” 4:59
  65. “Mary Jane’s Last Dance” 10:25
  66. “Johnny B. Goode” 3:48
  67. “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” 2:57
  68. “It’s All Over Now” 4:23
  69. “Louie Louie” 3:52
  70. “Gloria” 10:09
  71. “Alright for Now” 2:22
  72. “Goodnight” (spoken interlude) 1:17

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Tom Petty – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, lead guitar, harmonica
Mike Campbell – lead guitar, mandolin
Benmont Tench – backing vocals, keyboards, piano, organ
Howie Epstein – backing vocals, bass guitar
Scott Thurston – backing vocals, rhythm guitar, harmonica, lead vocals on “Little Maggie”
Steve Ferrone – drums, percussion

Wednesday 11/30/22 12am ET: Feature Live LP: Paul McCartney and Wings – Wings Over America (1976)

Wings over America is a triple live album by the British–American rock band Wings, released in December 1976. The album was recorded during the American leg of the band’s 1975–76 Wings Over the World tour. It peaked at number 8 on the UK Albums Chart and reached number 1 on the US Billboard Top LPs & Tape chart.

In addition to including several of McCartney’s hits with Wings, the album features performances of five Beatles songs: “Yesterday”, “Lady Madonna”, “I’ve Just Seen a Face”, “Blackbird” and “The Long and Winding Road”. The album cover was designed by Hipgnosis – who were nominated in 1978, together with McCartney’s production company MPL, for a Grammy Award for Best Album Package for this album – and depicts an airliner about to open its cabin door. Wings over America was remastered and reissued in May 2013.

1. “Venus and Mars/Rock Show/Jet” 9:56
2. “Let Me Roll It” 3:51
3. “Spirits of Ancient Egypt” 4:04
4. “Medicine Jar” 4:02

1. “Maybe I’m Amazed” 5:10
2. “Call Me Back Again” 5:04
3. “Lady Madonna” 2:19
4. “The Long and Winding Road” 4:13
5. “Live and Let Die” 3:07

1. “Picasso’s Last Words (Drink to Me)” 1:55
2. “Richard Cory” 2:50
3. “Bluebird” 3:37
4. “I’ve Just Seen a Face” 1:49
5. “Blackbird” 2:23
6. “Yesterday” 1:43

1. “You Gave Me the Answer” 1:47
2. “Magneto and Titanium Man” 3:11
3. “Go Now” Banks, Bennett 3:27
4. “My Love” 4:07
5. “Listen to What the Man Said” 3:18

1. “Let ’Em In” 4:02
2. “Time to Hide” 4:46
3. “Silly Love Songs” 5:46
4. “Beware My Love” 4:49

1. “Letting Go” 4:25
2. “Band on the Run” 5:03
3. “Hi, Hi, Hi” 2:57
4. “Soily” 5:10

Friday 11/25/22 1am ET: Feature Live LP: Deep Purple – Made In Japan (1972)

Made in Japan is a double live album by English rock band Deep Purple, recorded during their first tour of Japan in August 1972. It was originally released December 8, 1972, with a US release in April 1973, and became a commercial and critical success.

The band were well known for their strong stage act, and had privately recorded several shows, or broadcast them on radio, but were unenthusiastic about recording a live album until their Japanese record company decided it would be good for publicity. They insisted on supervising the live production, including using Martin Birch, who had previously collaborated with the band, as engineer, and were not particularly interested in the album’s release, even after recording. The tour was successful, with strong media interest and a positive response from fans.

The album was an immediate commercial success, particularly in the US, where it was accompanied by the top five hit “Smoke on the Water”, and became a steady seller throughout the 1970s.

  1. “Highway Star” 6:52
  2. “Child in Time” 12:25
  3. “Smoke on the Water” 7:32
  4. “The Mule” 9:50
  5. “Strange Kind of Woman” 9:36
  6. “Lazy” 10:51
  7. “Space Truckin'” 19:42

Ritchie Blackmore – lead guitar
Ian Gillan – vocals, harmonica (uncredited), percussion (uncredited)
Roger Glover – bass guitar
Jon Lord – organ, piano
Ian Paice – drums

Wednesday 11/23/22 12am ET: Feature Live LP: Billy Joel – Live At Yankee Stadium (2022)

Live At Yankee Stadium, Released November 4, 2022 from June 22 and 23, 1990

1 Storm Front
2 Allentown
3 Prelude / Angry Young Man
4 I Go to Extremes
5 New York State of Mind
6 The Downeaster ‘Alexa’
7 My Life
8 Shameless
9 Scenes From an Italian Restaurant
10 Pressure
11 Miami 2017 (Seen the Lights Go Out On Broadway)
12 Uptown Girl
13 We Didn’t Start the Fire
14 A Matter of Trust
15 Only the Good Die Young
16 That’s Not Her Style
17 Big Shot
18 Goodnight Saigon
19 It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me
20 An Innocent Man
21 You May Be Right
22 Piano Man

Friday 11/18/22 1am ET: Feature Live LP: Elton John – Solo Concert at Madison Square Garden (1999)

Your Song
Skyline Pigeon
The Greatest Discovery
Border Song
Honky Cat
Rocket Man (I Think It’s Going to Be a Long, Long Time)
Tiny Dancer
Better Off Dead
Philadelphia Freedom
Elton’s Song
Sweet Painted Lady
I Guess That’s Why They Call It the Blues
Burn Down the Mission
The One
Blue Eyes
Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny)
Take Me to the Pilot
Crocodile Rock
Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me
Circle of Life
Bennie and the Jets

Wednesday 11/16/22 12am ET: Feature Live LP: Leon Russell and The New Grass Revival – Live and Pickling Fast (2016)

Leon Russell And The New Grass Revival* – Live And Pickling Fast, released July 14, 2016

  1. Over The Rainbow 3:19
  2. I’ve Just Seen A Face 1:39
  3. One More Love Song 3:43
  4. I Am A Pilgrim/Columbus Stockade 4:34
  5. Jesus Will Take Me Home 3:25
  6. Stranger In A Strange Land 3:08
  7. I Want To Be At The Meeting 3:00
  8. I Believe In My Soul 3:36
  9. Prince Of Peace 2:49
  10. Rollin’ In My Sweet Baby’s Arms 2:23
  11. Wild Horses 4:29
  12. Of Thee I Sing 3:17
  13. Amazing Grace 4:28
  14. Jambalaya 2:03
  15. Jumpin’ Jack Flash 1:57
  16. Truck Drivin’ Man 1:44
  17. Caribbean 1:58
  18. A Song For You 4:13
  19. La La 1:04

Friday 11/11/22 1am ET: Feature Live LP: Bee Gees – Here At Last Live

Here at Last… Bee Gees… Live is the first live album by the Bee Gees. It was recorded on December 20, 1976 at the LA Forum and was released in May 1977 by RSO Records. It reached No. 8 in the US, No. 8 in Australia, No. 1 in New Zealand and No. 2 in Spain.

“I’ve Gotta Get a Message to You” 4:02
“Love So Right” 4:47
“Edge of the Universe” 5:15
“Come on Over” 3:25
“Can’t Keep a Good Man Down” 4:47
“New York Mining Disaster 1941” 2:16
Medley (“Run to Me” / “World”) 2:33
Medley (“Holiday” / “I Can’t See Nobody” / “I Started a Joke” / “Massachusetts”) 7:14
“How Can You Mend a Broken Heart” 3:45
“To Love Somebody” 4:08
“You Should Be Dancing” 9:22
“Boogie Child” 5:02
“Down the Road” 4:32
“Words” 4:19
“Wind of Change” 4:42
“Nights on Broadway” 4:41
“Jive Talkin'” 5:03
“Lonely Days” 4:12

Barry Gibb – lead, harmony and backing vocals, rhythm guitar
Robin Gibb – lead, harmony and backing vocals
Maurice Gibb – bass guitar, harmony vocals
Alan Kendall – lead guitar
Dennis Bryon – drums
Blue Weaver – keyboards, synthesiser
Geoff Westley – keyboards
Joey Murcia – lead or rhythm guitar
Joe Lala – percussion

Wednesday 11/9/2022 12am ET: Feature Live LP: Supertramp – Live In Paris ’79

Paris is a live album by the English rock band Supertramp, released September 1, 1980. It was recorded on Supertramp’s Breakfast in America tour in Paris, France, with most of the tracks taken from a November 29, 1979 show at the Pavillon de Paris, a venue which was once a slaughterhouse. The album was originally going to be called Roadworks. Paris reached number 8 on the Billboard 200 in late 1980 and went Gold immediately, while the live version of “Dreamer” hit the US Top 20.

  1. “School” 5:41
  2. “Ain’t Nobody But Me” 5:24
  3. “The Logical Song” 3:56
  4. “Bloody Well Right” 3:42
  5. “Breakfast in America” 2:57
  6. “You Started Laughing” 4:02
  7. “Hide in Your Shell” 6:54
  8. “From Now On” 7:06
  9. “Dreamer” 3:44
  10. “Rudy” 7:08
  11. “A Soapbox Opera” 4:51
  12. “Asylum” 6:51
  13. “Take the Long Way Home” 4:57
  14. “Fool’s Overture” 10:57
  15. “Two of Us” 1:25
  16. “Crime of the Century” 6:32

Rick Davies – lead and backing vocals, acoustic and Wurlitzer pianos, Hammond Organ, ARP Omni 2 Elka and Oberheim synthesizers, Hohner Clavinet, harmonica, tambourine;
Roger Hodgson – lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, pianos, synthesizers, bells;
John Helliwell – saxophones, clarinet, synthesizers, organ on “Ain’t Nobody But Me” and “Goodbye Stranger”, percussion, backing vocals, spoken intros;
Dougie Thomson – bass guitars, backing vocals on “Bloody Well Right”, “Fool’s Overture” and “Two of Us”, organ on “School”, additional synthesizer on “Fools Overture”;
Bob Siebenberg (as Bob C. Benberg) – drums, percussion, backing vocals on “Two of Us”.

Friday 11/4/22 1am ET: Feature Live LP: Donna Summer – Live and More (1978)

Live and More is the first live album recorded by American singer-songwriter Donna Summer, and it was her second double album, released on August 28, 1978 by Casablanca Records. The live concert featured on the first three sides of this double album was recorded in the Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles, California in 1978.

  1. “Once Upon a Time” 3:03
  2. “Fairy Tale High” 2:20
  3. “Faster and Faster to Nowhere” 2:09
  4. “Spring Affair” 2:34
  5. “Rumour Has It” 2:34
  6. “I Love You” 3:38
  7. “Only One Man” 2:06
  8. “I Remember Yesterday” 3:52
  9. “Love’s Unkind” 2:37
  10. “The Man I Love”/”I Got It Bad (And That Ain’t Good)”/”Some of These Days” 6:25
  11. “The Way We Were” 3:23
  12. “Mimi’s Song” 4:28
  13. “Try Me, I Know We Can Make It” 4:14
  14. “Love to Love You Baby” 3:34
  15. “I Feel Love” 6:56
  16. “Last Dance” 5:32
  17. “MacArthur Park”/”One of a Kind”/”Heaven Knows”/”MacArthur Park (Reprise)” (MacArthur Park Suite) 17:47

Donna Summer – vocals
Keith Forsey – drums
Richard Adelman – drums
Sal Guglielmi – bass
Ken Park – percussion
Bob Conti – percussion
Peter Woodford – rhythm guitar
Mike Warren – lead guitar
Doug Livingston – keyboards
Virgil Weber – synthesizer
Greg Mathieson – Moog synthesizer, clavinet
Bobby Shew – trumpet
Rich Cooper – trumpet
Dalton Smith – trumpet
Bruce Paulson – trombone
Bob Payne – trombone
Dick “Slide” Hyde – bass trombone
Dick Spencer – alto saxophone
Don Menza – tenor saxophone
Joe Romano – baritone saxophone
John Santulis – concertmaster, violins
Pauel Farkas – violins
Mari Tsumura – violins
Teri Schoebrua – violins
Jay Rosen – violins
Lya Stern – violins
Leonard Selic – viola
Alfred Barr – viola
Victor Sazer – cello
Robert Adcock – cello

Wednesday 11/2/22 12am ET: Feature Live LP: Rolling Stones – Love You Live (1977)

Love You Live is a double live album by The Rolling Stones, released in 1977. It is drawn from Tour of the Americas shows in the US in the summer of 1975, Tour of Europe shows in 1976 and performances from the El Mocambo nightclub concert venue in Toronto in 1977. It is the band’s third official full-length live release and is dedicated to the memory of audio engineer Keith Harwood, who died in a drug-induced car accident shortly before the album’s release.

“Intro: Excerpt from Fanfare for the Common Man” – 1:24
“Honky Tonk Women” – 3:19
“If You Can’t Rock Me”/”Get Off of My Cloud” – 5:00
“Happy” – 2:55
“Hot Stuff” – 4:35
“Star Star” – 4:10
“Tumbling Dice” – 4:00
“Fingerprint File” – 5:17
“You Gotta Move” – 4:19
“You Can’t Always Get What You Want” – 7:42
“Mannish Boy” – 6:28
“Crackin’ Up” – 5:40
“Little Red Rooster” – 4:39
“Around and Around” – 4:09
“It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It)” – 4:31
“Brown Sugar” – 3:11
“Jumpin’ Jack Flash” – 4:03
“Sympathy for the Devil” – 7:51

Friday 10/28/22 1am ET: Feature Live LP: Natalie Merchant – Live In Concert (1999)

Live in Concert is a 1999 live album released November 9, 1999 and DVD by Natalie Merchant. The album and DVD were recorded at the Neil Simon Theatre in New York City. The setlist includes a rare cover of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity”. The U.S. release is HDCD encoded, but without “peak extension”

“San Andreas Fault”
“Beloved Wife”
“Space Oddity”
“Dust Bowl”
“After the Gold Rush”
“Gun Shy”
“The Gulf of Araby”
“Seven Years”

Natalie Merchant – vocals, piano
Erik Della Penna – guitars
Gabriel Gordon – guitars, backing vocals
Peter Yanowitz – drums
Graham Maby – bass
Elizabeth Steen – keyboards
Doug Stringer – percussion
Susan McKeown – guest vocals

Wednesday 10/26/22 12am ET: Feature LP: Elton John – Here and There (1976)

Here and There, released in 1976, is a live album by British singer-songwriter Elton John; it is his fourteenth official album release. The title refers to the two concerts represented on the album: “Here” is a concert recorded at the Royal Festival Hall in London during the summer of 1974; “There” is a concert recorded at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on November 28, 1974.

1. “Skyline Pigeon” 5:41
2. “Border Song” 3:27
3. “Take Me to the Pilot” 4:33
4. “Country Comfort” 6:44
5. “Love Song” (with Lesley Duncan) 5:03
6. “Bad Side of the Moon” 7:54
7. “Burn Down the Mission” 8:25
8. “Honky Cat” 7:04
9. “Crocodile Rock” 4:08
10. “Candle in the Wind” 3:57
11. “Your Song” 3:56
12. “Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting” 7:09

1. “Funeral for a Friend/Love Lies Bleeding” 11:53
2. “Rocket Man (I Think It’s Going to Be a Long, Long Time)” 5:03
3. “Take Me to the Pilot” 6:00
4. “Bennie and the Jets” 5:59
5. “Grey Seal” 5:27
6. “Daniel” 4:06
7. “You’re So Static” 4:32
8. “Whatever Gets You thru the Night” (with John Lennon) 4:40
9. “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” (with John Lennon) 6:15
10. “I Saw Her Standing There” (with John Lennon) 3:17
11. “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me” 5:57
12. “Your Song” 3:58
13. “The Bitch Is Back” 4:23

Elton John – Piano, Vocals
Ray Cooper – Tambourine (CD No. 1 tracks 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12; CD No. 2 tracks 1, 2, 4, 7, 9–13), Congas (CD No. 1 tracks 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 12; CD No. 2 tracks 3, 5, 6, 8), Bells (CD No. 1 track 6; CD No. 2 track 9), Vibes (CD No. 1 track 7; CD No. 2 track 2), Duck Call on “Honky Cat”, Organ on “Crocodile Rock”
Lesley Duncan – Vocals (“Love Song” only)
Davey Johnstone – Guitars (except CD No. 1 tracks 1, 2, 11), Background vocals (except : CD No. 1 tracks 1, 2, 5, 8, 9, 11; CD No. 2 tracks 5–8, 9, 12–13), Mandolin on “Honky Cat”
John Lennon – Guitar, Vocals (CD No. 2, tracks 8–10 only)
Dee Murray – Bass (except CD No. 1 tracks 1, 11), Background vocals (except: CD No. 1 tracks 1, 2, 5, 8, 9, 11; CD No. 2 tracks 5–8, 9, 12–13)
Nigel Olsson – Drums (except CD No. 1 tracks 1, 11), Background vocals (except: CD No. 1 tracks 1, 2, 5, 8, 9, 11; CD No. 2 tracks 5–8, 9, 12–13)

Friday 10/21/22 1am ET: Feature Live LP: Allman Brothers Band – Eat A Peach (1972)

Eat a Peach is the third studio album by American rock band the Allman Brothers Band. Produced by Tom Dowd, the album was released on February 12, 1972, in the United States by Capricorn Records. Following their artistic and commercial breakthrough with the release of the live album At Fillmore East (1971), the Allman Brothers Band got to work on their third studio album. Many in the band were struggling, however, with heroin addictions, and checked into rehab to confront these problems. On October 29, 1971, group leader and founder Duane Allman was killed in a motorcycle accident in the band’s hometown of Macon, Georgia, making it the final album to feature the guitarist.

Eat a Peach was a mix of studio recordings—both with and without Duane Allman—and recordings from the band’s famed 1971 Fillmore East performances. The album contains the extended half-hour-long “Mountain Jam”, which was long enough to take up two full sides of the original double-LP. Other highlights include vocalist Gregg Allman’s performance of his brother’s favorite song, “Melissa”, plus Dickey Betts’ “Blue Sky”, which went on to become a classic rock radio staple.

The album artwork was created by W. David Powell and J. F. Holmes at Wonder Graphics, and depicts the band’s name on a peach truck, in addition to a large gatefold mural of mushrooms and fairies. The album’s title came from a quote by Duane Allman: “You can’t help the revolution, because there’s just evolution … Every time I’m in Georgia, I eat a peach for peace”.

Issued as a double album in February 1972, Eat a Peach was an immediate commercial success and peaked at number four on Billboard’s Top 200 Pop Albums chart. The album was later certified platinum and remains a top seller in the band’s discography.

  1. “Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More” 3:40
  2. “Les Brers in A Minor” 9:03
  3. “Melissa” 3:05
  4. “Mountain Jam” (live) 33:38
  5. “One Way Out” (live) 4:58
  6. “Trouble No More” (live) 3:28
  7. “Stand Back” 3:25
  8. “Blue Sky” 5:10
  9. “Little Martha” 2:08

Duane Allman – slide guitar, lead guitar, acoustic guitar on all tracks except “Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More”, “Les Brers in A Minor” and “Melissa”
Dickey Betts – lead guitar, lead vocals on “Blue Sky”
Gregg Allman – lead vocals, Hammond organ, piano, Fender Rhodes electric piano, acoustic guitar
Berry Oakley – bass guitar
Jai Johanny Johanson – drums, congas
Butch Trucks – drums, percussion, timpani, gong, vibes, tambourine

Wednesday 10/18/22 12am ET: Feature Live LP: Peter Frampton – Frampton Comes Alive! (1976)

Frampton Comes Alive! is a double live album by the English rock musician Peter Frampton released January 6, 1976. It is one of the best-selling live albums in the United States. “Show Me the Way”, “Baby, I Love Your Way”, and “Do You Feel Like We Do” were released as singles; all three reached the Top 15 on the Billboard Hot 100, and frequently receive airplay on classic rock radio stations. Following four solo albums with little commercial success, Frampton Comes Alive! was a breakthrough for Frampton.

Frampton Comes Alive! was voted “Album Of The Year” in the 1976 Rolling Stone readers poll. It stayed on the chart for 97 weeks and was still No. 14 on Billboard’s 1977 year-end album chart. It was ranked No. 41 on Rolling Stone’s “50 Greatest Live Albums of All Time” list. Readers of Rolling Stone ranked it No. 3 in a 2012 poll of all-time favorite live albums.

“Introduction/Something’s Happening” 5:56
“Doobie Wah” 5:43
“Lines on My Face” 6:59
“Show Me the Way” 4:32
“It’s a Plain Shame” 4:03
“Wind of Change” 2:57
“Just the Time of Year” 4:21
“Penny for Your Thoughts” 1:34
“All I Want to Be (Is By Your Side)” 3:08
“Baby, I Love Your Way” 4:41
“I Want to Go to the Sun” 7:15
“Nowhere’s Too Far (For My Baby)” 4:49
“(I’ll Give You) Money” 5:46
“Do You Feel Like We Do” 13:46
“Shine On” 3:29
“White Sugar” 4:43
“Jumpin’ Jack Flash 7:40
“Day’s Dawning/Closing” 3:34

Peter Frampton – lead vocals, lead guitar, talk box on “Do You Feel Like We Do” and “Show Me The Way”
Bob Mayo – rhythm guitar, piano, Fender Rhodes electric piano, Hammond organ, vocals
Stanley Sheldon – bass guitar, vocals
John Siomos – drums

Friday 10/14/22 1am ET: Feature Live LP: Grateful Dead – Europe ’72 (1972)

Europe ’72 is a live triple album by the Grateful Dead, released November 5, 1972. It covers the band’s tour of Western Europe in April and May that year, and showcases live favourites, extended improvisations and several new songs including “Jack Straw” and “Brown Eyed Women”. The album was the first to include pianist Keith Godchaux and his wife, vocalist Donna Jean Godchaux, and the last to feature founding member Ron “Pigpen” McKernan, who died shortly after its release.

The European tour was expensive and logistically complicated, and the band’s record company hoped that a live album would recoup its costs. Consequently, the entire tour was recorded, with highlights making it onto the final release. Europe ’72 is one of the most commercially successful and critically acclaimed albums by the Dead. It was one of the first triple-record rock albums to be certified gold by RIAA; the album has since been certified double platinum. A second volume was released in 2011, in conjunction with the release of the entire 22-date tour as Europe ’72: The Complete Recordings.

  1. “Cumberland Blues” 5:41
  2. “He’s Gone” 6:57
  3. “One More Saturday Night” 4:47
  4. “Jack Straw” 4:48
  5. “You Win Again” 4:00
  6. “China Cat Sunflower” 5:33
  7. “I Know You Rider” 5:03
  8. “Brown Eyed Women” 4:37
  9. “Hurts Me Too” 7:18
  10. “Ramble On Rose” 6:01
  11. “Sugar Magnolia” 7:10
  12. “Mr. Charlie” 3:37
  13. “Tennessee Jed” 7:10
  14. “The Stranger (Two Souls in Communion)” 6:50
  15. “Truckin” 13:06
  16. “Epilog” 5:06
  17. “Prologue” 7:38
  18. “Morning Dew” 11:41
  19. “Looks Like Rain” 7:37
  20. “Good Lovin'” 18:30
  21. “Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)” 4:39
  22. “Who Do You Love?” 0:23
  23. “Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)” 1:44
  24. “Good Lovin'” 3:04
  25. “The Yellow Dog Story” 3:09

Jerry Garcia – lead guitar, vocals
Bob Weir – rhythm guitar, vocals
Phil Lesh – bass guitar, vocals
Ron “Pigpen” McKernan – organ, harmonica, vocals
Keith Godchaux – piano
Bill Kreutzmann – drums
Donna Godchaux – backing vocals
Robert Hunter – songwriter