Live Coast To Coast is a live album by Teddy Pendergrass, originally the lead singer for Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes.
It collects together live recordings from three sources:
- Tracks 1-1 to 1-6 were recorded at the Philadelphia College of Performing Arts, Shubert Theater in Philadelphia on August 10th, August 11th and August 12th, 1978.
- Tracks 2-1 to 2-5 were recorded live at The Greek Theater in Los Angeleson September 6th and September 8th, 1979.
- Tracks 2-6 to 2-12 were recorded at the Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia for WDAS-FM.
His terrible road accident in 1982 left him paralyzed from the chest down.
Songs On Teddy Pendergrass Live Coast To Coast
There are different versions of this album. Below is the track listing from the 1994 album released on The Right Stuff label. I thionk this is the most complete version although the second side is broken down by interviews with Teddy Prendergrass.
1. Life Is A Song Worth Singing
2. Only You
3. Medley: If You Don’t Know Me By Now/The Love I Lost/Bad Luck/Wake Up Everybody
5. When Somebody Loves You Back
6. Get Up, Get Down, Get Funky, Get Loose
1. L.A. Rap
2. Come Go With Me
3. Close The Door
4. Turn Off The Lights
5. Do Me
6. Live Interview
7. Where Did All The Lovin’ Go
8. Live Interview
9. It’s You I Love
10. Live Interview
11. Shout And Scream
12. Live Interview Concludes
Buying Teddy Pendergrass Live Coast To Coast
It is available from Amazon.com – Amazon.co.uk
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2 thoughts on “Teddy Pendergrass Live Coast To Coast 1978 1979”
You should have posted The Temptations Live at the Copa. And The Temptations Live in London at The Talk of the Town. As selections.
Thanks. I’ve not heard either of these but when I’m in the mood for some classic Motown soul I’ll see if I can take a chance to listen.