FM Live is a live album by the Climax Blues Band, recorded in 1973.
The group introduced a lot of new songs into the set rather than drawing heavily on earlier albums.
If you know the Climax Blues Band from their funky hit single Couldn’t Get It Right, you should listen to the mp3 samples before buying this live album. That song isn’t typical and if that’s what you want, you may find World Tour 1976 suits you better.
What you have on FM Live is excellent blues rock powered by the guitar of Peter Haycock.
Climax Blues Band FM Live
- All The Time In The World – 5:50
- I Am Constant – 3:37
- Flight – 11:16
- Seventh Son – 4:46 (A Lot Of Bottle)
- Standing By A River – 5:22 (Rich Man)
- So Many Roads – 11:08
- Mesopomania – 7:05
- Country Hat – 6:23 (A Lot Of Bottle)
- You Make Me Sick – 3:36 (Rich Man)
- Shake Your Love – 3:02 (Rich Man)
- Goin’ To New York – 6:58
- Let’s Work Together – 6:55
The band for this album was:
Colin Cooper – Saxophone, Guitar, Vocals
Pete Haycock – Lead Guitar, Vocals
Peter Filleul – Keyboards, Vocals
Derek Holt – Bass
John Cuffley – Drums
I will be back to write a review.
What Other People Say About FM Live
I haven’t seen this live album on any of the best live album lists.
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