Ted Nugent Live at Hammersmith ’79 is a recording made for King Biscuit Flower Hour of a 1979 Ted Nugent concert in London.
This is one of the early gigs with Charlie Huhn as the new lead singer replacing Derek St. Holmes who was with Ted Nugent during his peak years in the late seventies.
Ted Nugent Live at Hammersmith ’79
- Stormtroopin’ – 5:57 (first appeared on Ted Nugent)
- Just What the Doctor Ordered – 4:57 (Ted Nugent)
- Free-for-All – 8:17 (Free-for-All)
- Dog Eat Dog – 5:52 (Free-for-All)
- Cat Scratch Fever – 4:08 (Cat Scratch Fever)
- Need You Bad – 5:17 (Weekend Warrior)
- Paralyzed – 5:03 (State Of Shock)
- It Don’t Matter – 3:19 (State Of Shock)
- Wang Dang Sweet Poontang – 8:05 (Cat Scratch Fever)
- Stranglehold/Smokescreen – 10:29 (Ted Nugent/Weekend Warrior)
- Motor City Madhouse – 10:10 (Ted Nugent)
- Gonzo – 3:57 (first recorded on Double Live Gonzo)
There’s significant crossover between this album and Double Live Gonzo but this has first time live recordings for Free-for-All, Dog Eat Dog, Need You Bad, Paralyzed and It Don’t Matter. It also has a version of Stranglehold that merges into Smokescreen.
The band at this stage was:
Ted Nugent – guitar, percussion, vocals
Charlie Huhn – guitar, vocals
Steve McRay – keyboards
Dave Kiswiney – bass
Cliff Davies – drums, background vocals
Tom Werman – percussion
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