Live at Ebbets Field 1974 is the first live album by guitar great Tommy Bolin.
He’s probably most famous to rock fans for replacing Ritchie Blackmore in Deep Purple in 1975 and recording Come Taste The Band and the live albums This Time Around and On The Wings Of A Russian Foxbat.
Before then he replaced Joe Walsh in The James Gang and this live album catches Tommy Bolin while he was thinking about leaving that group in June 1974 but before he joined Deep Purple.
Tommy Bolin Live at Ebbets Field 1974
- You Know, You Know
- San Francisco River
- Shakin’ All Night
- Whiskey Headed Woman
- Walkin’ My Shadow
- Born Under A Bad Sign/Ain’t No Sunshine
- Crazed Fandango
- Ain’t Nobody’s Fool
- Homeward Strut
- Honey Man
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Other Tommy Bolin Live Albums
- 1975 – Deep Purple This Time Around
- 1976 – Deep Purple On The Wings Of A Russian Foxbat
- 1976 – Tommy Bolin First Time Live
- 1976 – Tommy Bolin Live In Albany NY – this is the page you are on.
If you want to know more about the man and his music, watch the Tommy Bolin documentary.