The commonly available version of David Bowie At The Beeb is a two CD version but there is a limited edition with 3 CDs with a concert from 2000.
This live performance was recorded at BBC Radio Theatre, London on June 27, 2000.
The standard version (CDs 1 & 2) and live in the studio sessions recorded between 1968 and 1972.
Average Amazon Customer Rating %%AVERAGERATING%% Stars Continue reading David Bowie Bowie At The Beeb 3 CD version 1968 to 1972 2000
Bowie At The Beeb is a two CD collection of live in the studio recordings of David Bowie made by the BBC between 1968 and 1972.
There is also a three CD limited edition version available which includes a live concert recording from June 2000.
Average Amazon Customer Rating – %%AVERAGERATING%% Stars From %%REVIEWCOUNT%% Reviews Continue reading David Bowie Bowie At The Beeb 1968 to 1972
Transmission Impossible is a compilation of three live in concert recordings by Lou Reed that were broadcast on the radio.
- Disc1 Ultrasound Studios, New York 1971
- Disc 2 Roxy Theatre LA, 1976
- Disc 3 Regent Theatre, Albury, Australia 1977
It has been issued on the Eat To The Beat label and is not an artist approved release but squeezes through the copyright laws in Europe.
This is one of a series of live collections by different artists called Transmission Impossible. Generally the quality is good and the collections provide very good value for money.
Average Amazon Customer Rating – %%AVERAGERATING%% Stars Continue reading Lou Reed Transmission Impossible New York 1971 Roxy LA 1976 Albury Australia 1977
The Concert For Bangladesh is a live album by George Harrison and Friends.
It was recorded at Madison Square Garden in New York on 1 August 1971. This was a charity event to raise money to help the refugees of the Bangladesh Liberation War between east Pakistan and West Pakistan that eventually created the independent country of Bangladesh.
Harrison used his fame to bring together a group of stars including fellow ex-Beatle Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, Leon Russell, Billy Preston and Ravi Shankar.
Disputes between the record companies delayed the release of the album until December 1971 in the USA and January 1972 in the UK. While the concert and album reflected well on the stars involved, the record companies behaved very badly, even allegedly encouraging the retailers to mark up the album to gain extra profits for themselves.
This is an important album because it proved that rock stars could make a difference and went on to inspire Live Aid and other charity concerts.
Continue reading George Harrison Concert for Bangladesh 1971
Chicago At Carnegie Hall is a live album by Chicago while they were a jazz rock fusion band and before they moved to soft rock.
It was recorded in New York in April 1971 and was released in October 1971. Despite stretching out over four vinyl LPs it became a very good seller.
Continue reading Chicago At Carnegie Hall 1971
Welcome To The Canteen is a live album by Traffic. It was recorded at Fairfield Halls, Croydon and the Oz Benefit Concert, London in July 1971 and released several months later.
The band had released the John Barleycorn Must Die studio album the previous year and a few months later recorded The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys.
In fact, originally it wasn’t recognised as a Traffic album… just the names of the musicians as you can see from the album cover.
Average Amazon Customer Rating – %%AVERAGERATING%% Stars
Continue reading Traffic Welcome To The Canteen 1971
Creedence Clearwater Revival Live In Europe is the first live album released by CCR in 1973. It was recorded on tour in Europe in September 1971.
It is alleged that this isn’t a live album at all but a rehearsal tape with the sounds of an audience dubbed on later. I can well believe it.
This is also Creedence Clearwater Revival performing as a trio as rhythm guitarist Tom Fogerty was no longer with the group and this change also affected their sound.
Creedence Clearwater Revival Live In Europe
Continue reading Creedence Clearwater Revival Live In Europe 1971
The Who concert at the Young Vic Theatre on the 26th April 1971 was recorded and released as a bonus on the deluxe edition of Who’s Next.
The Who Young Vic Theatre London 1971
This is the set list. Continue reading The Who Young Vic Theatre London 1971