Blues From The Attic is a live album by the Climax Blues Band released in 1993.
One of the things that made the Climax Blues band popular in the early to mid seventies was the guitar playing of Peter Haycock. He doesn’t feature on this live album but you can hear his playing on FM Live.
Climax Blues Band Blues From The Attic
- Don’t Start Me Talkin’ – 4:07 (originally on the first The Climax Chicago Blues Band)
- Fool For The Bright Lights – 6:00
- Chasin’ Change – 5:34 (Gold Plated)
- Take Me Back To Georgia – 4:12
- So Many Roads – 11:30 (FM Live)
- The Seventh Son – 4:23 (A Lot Of Bottle)
- Whatcha Feel – 12:17 (Shine On)
- Evil – 4:42
- Towards The Sun – 3:37 (Tightly Knit)
- The Movie Queen – 4:50 (Sample and Hold)
- The Last Chance Saloon – 4:25 (Lucky For Some)
- Sign Of The Times – 5:10 (Sample and Hold)
- Couldn’t Get It Right – 4:57 (Gold Plated)
- You’ve Got To Live For The Good Times – 4:10
- Going To New York / Money – 7:47 (FM Live)
- Let’s Work Together – 7:31 (FM Live)
- Let The Good Times Roll – 3:49
The band for this album were:
Colin Cooper – Vocals, Saxophone, Harmonica
Lester Hunt – Guitar, Backing Vocals
George Glover – Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Neil Simpson – Bass
Roy Adams – Drums
I will be writing a longer review.
What People Say About Blues From The Attic
I haven’t seen this included in any best live albums lists.
There are a few reviews at Amazon.
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Love it or hate it? How well does this compare against the other live albums by the Climax Blues Band?
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Please help me to find the best live albums by voting in the readers polls. I haven’t included Blues From The Attic in the poll to find the best blues rock live albums but Climax Blues Band are represented.
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I don’t expect this Climax Blues Band live album to get many votes because they are nothing like as famous as some of the other contenders but it’s great music.