Steve Marriott & The Packet Of Three – Dingwalls 6.7.84 (1991)

FrontCover1If you don’t mind hearing more rock than blues, pick up Steve Marriott – Dingwalls 6.7.84. It’s an outstanding Packet of Three set with much better recording and performances from around the same time. If you’re like me, you’ll love the entire CD. The blues tracks here are “Five Long Years”, the Ashford-Simpson-penned Ray Charles song “I Don’t Need No Doctor” and “Walkin’ the Dog” but Stevie’s rockers are great as well. (by William Sout)

This 1984 show at the North London club Dingwalls was originally broadcast live on the radio, featuring Marriott backed by his band Packet of Three; this performance has also been released under the titles of Dingwalls and Packet of Three: Live. This version has the advantage of liner notes detailing Marriott’s career. (Steve Huey)

Just like many nights at the Half Moon in Putney, this recording really captures the feel of Steve Marriott live. Although there is no Jerry Shirley on drums (as in some Packet of Three performances), this CD has a great R&B feel (soulful vocals and crunchy chords). Only regret is that there is no version of Afterglow, a highlight of most shows. (by an Amazon customer)

Listen to another album by one of my favorite musician of all time !

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Personnel:
Fallon (drums)
Jim Leverton (bass, vocals on 03., background vocals)

Steve Marriott (guitar, vocals, harmonica)

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Tracklist:
01. What’cha Gonna Do About It? (Potter/Samwell) 4.17
02. Fool For A Pretty Face (Marriott/Shirley) 5.50
03. Shame On You (Cooley) 4.06
04. Bad Moon Rising (Fogerty) 6.32
05. The Cockney Rhyme (Traditional) 0.48
06. All Shook Up (Blackwell/Presley) 3.17
07. The Fixer (Marriott/Ridley/Shirley) 7.25
08. All Or Nothing (Marriott/Lane) 5.49
09. Five Long Years (Boyd) 7.43
10.  Thirty Days In The Hole (Marriott) 10.57
11. I Don’t Need No Doctor (Armstead/Ashford/Simpson) 12.47
12.  Big Train Stop At Memphis (Traditional) 5.25
13. Walkin’ the Dog (Thomas) 4.04
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3 thoughts on “Steve Marriott & The Packet Of Three – Dingwalls 6.7.84 (1991)

  1. Steht hier im Regal, unverständlicherweise lange nicht gehört. Steve Marriott hatte so eine power uind die kommt hier voll raus!!

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