Live At Rockpalast is a live album on three CDs and a DVD by Frankie Miller.
There is also a vinyl double album with fewer songs.
The CD box set features three performances:
CD 1 at WDR Studio L in Cologne on 3 July 1976
CD 2 at Maifestspiele Wiesbaden on 6 May 1979
CD 3 at Loreley on 28 August 1982
Songs On Frankie Miller Live At Rockpalast
Disc: 1 – 1976
1. Drunken Nights In The City (The Rock)
2. Brickyard Blues (High Life)
3. The Devil’s Gun
4. It Takes A Lot To Laugh
5. Takes A Train To Cry
6. Sail Away
7. The Rock (The Rock)
8. Down The Honky Tonk (Full House)
9. If You Need Me
10. A Fool In Love (The Rock)
11. Hand On The Lever
12. Ain’t Got No Money (The Rock)
13. I’m Old Enough (The Rock)
Disc: 2 – 1979
1. Rockpalast Capture
2. A Fool In Love (The Rock)
3. Brickyard Blues (High Life)
4. Papa Don’t Know (Falling In Love)
5. When I’m Away From You (Falling In Love)
6. A Woman To Love (Falling In Love)
7. Cold Turkey (cover of the John Lennon song)
8. Ann Eliza Jane (Once In A Blue Moon)
9. Fallin’ In Love (Falling In Love)
10. When Something Is Wrong With My Baby
11. Be Good To Yourself (Full House)
12. Is This Love (Falling In Love)
13. Ain’t Got No Money/The Fire Down Below (The Rock/ Bob Seger cover)
14. Down The Honky Tonk (Full House)
15. Little Queenie (cover of the Chuck Berry song)
16. Let’s Spend The Night Together (cover of The Rolling Stones song)
Disc: 3 – 1982
1. Ain’t Got No Money (The Rock)
2. ZAP ZAP (Standing On The Edge)
3. Be Good To Yourself (Full House)
4. A Fool In Love (The Rock)
5. It’s All Coming Down Tonight
6. Angels With Dirty Faces (Standing On The Edge)
7. To Dream The Dream (Standing On The Edge)
8. Danger Danger (Standing On The Edge)
9. Standing On The Edge (Standing On The Edge)
10. The Jealous Kind
11. A Woman To Love (Falling In Love)
12. Down The Honky Tonk (Full House)
13. Bad Case Of Loving You
14. Don’t Stop (Standing On The Edge)
15. Let’s Spend The Night Together (cover of The Rolling Stones song)
Thankfully Frankie Miller focuses on the bluesy, rocking, soulful songs rather than the soft pop of his big hit Darlin’. There is some duplication. For example there are three versions of Down The Honky Tonk but, as it’s one of my favourite songs, I don’t mind.
Buying Frankie Miller Live At Rockpalast
These links will help you get to the albums quickly and easily but I recommend that you still search for the best deal.
What Do You Think?
Is this a great live album?
Is it the best live album by Frankie Miller? Which do you recommend?
The Best Live Albums Of All Time
This is another of those albums that doesn’t fit neatly into a category. It’s too rocky to be soul but it’s not blues rock and it isn’t successful enough to be included in the classic rock category.
It’s an album that reminds me of Joe Cocker but without the big band accompaniment.
Please vote in the poll to find the best early R&B and rock & roll live albums.
You can see the complete list of readers polls at Live Album Polls