Jeff Beck With The Jan Hammer Group Live was the first live album released by Jeff Beck apart from Beck Bogert & Appice Live In Japan.
It was recorded on the US tour in the Summer and Fall of 1976.
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Hoggin’ The Stage Plus is an extension of the original Hoggin’ The Stage album by the Groundhogs with songs from Leeds and London (1971) and Stockholm (1976).
The Plus version has a track recorded in the USA, Music Is The Food Of Thought (1972?) and four extra songs from the Stockholm concert in 1976.
The original album is still available but I think it makes sense to opt for the extended version. Alternatively, if you don’t want Stockholm, the famous support performance for the Rolling Stones, Live At Leeds is now available as a separate album.
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Angel From Montgomery Radio Broadcast February 28, 1976 is a live album by Bonnie Raitt.
It has been released on the Laser Media label, ASIN B00WFHU08I.
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King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents Elvin Bishop in Concert is a live recording by Elvin Bishop.
It was recorded at the Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, California on April 3, 1976.
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Live UK Tour 76 is a live album by The Groundhogs.
It was recorded at The Kings Hall in Derby on 24th March 1976.
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Raisin’ Hell is a live album by Elvin Bishop.
It was recorded in 1976 and 1977.
It not clear which songs come from which of these concerts:
- Alex Cooley’s Electric Ballroom, Atlanta, Georgia on March 1, 2, & 3, 1976
- Civic Theatre, San Diego, California on May 14, 1976
- Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, California on May 15, 1976
- The Roxy, Los Angeles, California on October 28, 29, & 30, 1976
- Old Waldorf, San Francisco, California on February 14 & 15, 1977
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Live In Holland is a live album and DVD by Little Feat.
It was recorded at a Dutch festival called Pinkpop on June 7th, 1976.
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Certified Live is a live album by former Traffic guitarist Dave Mason.
It was recorded and released in 1976.
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Live, Rare and Raw is a collection of live recordings by the Climax Blues Band in the 1970s. It was released in October or November 2014 depending on the format and region.
What we have are:
- Marquee Club London 1973
- Live in New Jersey 1974
- Live in Guildford 1976
- Live from Miami 1979
These are all on separate CDs. When I get it on mp3 I’m planning to store it as four separate concerts.
I’m not exactly sure of the band make-up at these different concerts because CBB made frequent changes. However the main band consisted of:
Colin Cooper – vocals, saxophone, harmonica, guitar
Pete Haycock – vocals, guitar, bass
Derek Holt – bass, guitar, keyboards
John Cuffley – drums
Peter Filleul played keyboard for much of the time but he left in 1973 and returned in 1975. In between Richard Jones, one of the original band members returned to play keyboards and bass. If the recording at the Marquee was very early in 1973, George Newsome may have been the drummer.
Climax Blues Band Live, Rare & Raw 1973 – 1979
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World Tour 1976 is a live recording of the Climax Blues Band in 1976 while they were promoting the Gold Plated album with their hit single Couldn’t Get It Right.
The Climax Blues band were popular in America in the 1970s but never really received the success they deserved in their home country, England.
Whilst the album has a global title, all the references within the recording are to a concert in Nottingham, England.
Like many blues rock bands, they had a star guitarist. In this case it is Pete Haycock who played with the band between 1968 and 1985. he rejoined the latest incarnation of the Climax Blues Band in 2013 but he died on 30 October 2013.
Climax Blues Band World Tour 1976
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