Woody Herman – Woody Herman And His Big Band In Poland (1977)

FrontCover1His most successful band Herman Band was forced to disband in 1946 and this was Herman’s only financially successful band. He left his band to be supportive of his wife and family while his wife, Charlotte Nestle who was struggling with alcoholism and pill addictions. Fans and Critics have said that the big band era ended in December 1946 when Herman’s band and seven other bands disbanded. Herman created in 1947 the Second Herd band and in the 1950s the Third Herd Band. The Third Herd had a successful tour in Europe. By the 1960s he was famous for hiring many young but stellar up incoming musicians for his Herd Bands.

By the end of the 60s his music library was heavily influenced by rock and roll. He featured brass and woodwind instruments that before this time were not associated with jazz music. Into the 1970s Herman began spreading his knowledge of music through jazz education, which eventually leant him the name as “Road Father.” He kept performing into the 1980s and he was awarded the Grammy Lifetime achievement award in 1987. (by battleofthebigbands.com)

And this is a very rare vinly rip of a very rare Woody Herman Lp, released only in Poland and I got this item from a friend in Poland … Thank you very much !

And sou listen to this album and you should liten very carefully … and then you will know why I think Woody Herman was one of best … one of the best  leader from that great Big Band Era … long times ago …

And if you want to know more about this concert … read the liner-notes (in English) on the backcover of this wonderful album !

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Personnel:
Gaty Anderson (saxophone, flute)
Bill Byrne (trumpet)
Charles Davis (trumpet)
Denny Dotson (trumpet)
Nelson Hatt (trumpet)
Woody Herman -(clarinet, saxophome, vocals)
John Hoffman (trumpet)
Steve Houghton (percussion)
Dale Kirkland (trombone)
Lyle Mays (piano)
John Oslawski (saxophone)
Jim Pugh (trombone)
Salvatore Spicola (saxophone, flute, piccolo, bassoon)
Slam Stewart (bass)
Frank Tiberi (saxophone, flute, bassoon)
Vaughn Wiester (trombone)

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Tracklist:
01. Reunion At Newport ’72 (Broadbent) 8.49
02. Where Is The Love (Hathaway) 4.46
03. Jazz Man (King) 4.22
04. Four Brothers (Guiffra) 3.09
05. What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life (Legrand) 6.22
06. La Fiesta (Corea) 5.08
07. Laura (Mercer) 4.24
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Status Quo – Live (1977)

FrontCover1Live! is the first live album by English Rock band Status Quo. It contains 2 discs. It is an amalgam of performances at Glasgow’s Apollo Theatre between 27 and 29 October 1976, recorded using the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio.

Recorded, with perfect timing, just as Status Quo hit their live peak, 1977’s double Live! album is, contrarily, a timeless reminder of just how much power and excitement was bound up in the band through the mid-’70s — and on, in fact, into the early ’80s. It would be several years before Status Quo turned into the faintly embarrassing cabaret singalong that scarred the latter years of their career, a fact that Live! broadcasts via a picture-perfect snapshot of the last calm before that particular storm. Touring to support 1976’s Blue for You (U.S. title Status Quo) album, the band is still reaching back to the dawn of the decade for material. “Junior’s Wailing” and “In My Chair” both date back to the tentative days of 1970, as the band prepared to slide from psych to boogie without knowing whether there was even an audience for such a shock.

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The fact that there was, of course, would be celebrated with some of the most visceral singles of the decade. “Roll Over Lay Down,” “Rain,” “Don’t Waste My Time,” and, most impressively, “Caroline” all slough off well-loved 45s, to be transformed into veritable showstoppers, while the LP epics “Forty-Five Hundred Times” and “Roadhouse Blues” receive marathon workouts that all but defy gravity.

The mid-’70s were a golden age for double live albums, and from Frampton Comes Alive! to Thin Lizzy’s Live and Dangerous, the era is littered with what now rank as classics. Live! effortlessly takes its place alongside those most hallowed of halcyon howlers, and no matter what else Status Quo might have become in later years, this is what they sounded like before that happened. Priceless. (by Dave Thompson)

In other words. A classic live album including a brilliant version of “Roadhouse Blues” original recorded by The Doors !

And it´s fun and fun only !

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Personnel:
John Coghlan (drums)
Alan Lancaster (bass, vocals)
Rick Parfitt (guitar, vocals)
Francis Rossi (guitar, vocals)
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Bob Young (harmonica)

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Tracklist:

CD 1:
01. Junior’s Wailing (White/Pugh) 5.21
02. Backwater/Just Take Me (Parfitt/Lancaster) 8.28
03. Is There A Better Way” (Rossi/Lancaster) 4.17
04. In My Chair (Rossi/Young) 3.36
05. Little Lady/Most of the Time (Parfitt/Rossi/Young) 7.19
06. Rain (Parfitt) 4.53
07. Forty-Five Hundred Times (Rossi/Parfitt) 16.42

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08. Roll Over Lay Down (Rossi/Parfitt/Lancaster/Coghlan/Young) 6.04
09. Big Fat Mama (Rossi/Parfitt) 5.22
10. Don’t Waste My Time (Rossi/Young) 4.05
11. Roadhouse Blues (Morrison/Densmore/Krieger/Manzarek) 14.21
12. Caroline (Rossi/Young) 6.43
13. Bye Bye Johnny (Berry) 6.22

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This entry is dedicated to one of the boys in the band:
Rick Parfitt (12 October 1948 – 24 December 2016)

Mikis Theodorakis – Bouzouki Musik (1976)

FrontCover1Michael “Mikis” Theodorakis (born 29 July 1925) is a Greek songwriter and composer who has written over 1000 songs. He scored for the films Zorba the Greek (1964), Z (1969), and Serpico (1973). He composed the “Mauthausen Trilogy” also known as “The Ballad of Mauthausen”, which has been described as the “most beautiful musical work ever written about the Holocaust” and possibly his best work. He is viewed as Greece’s best-known living composer. He was awarded the Lenin Peace Prize.

Politically, he is associated with the left because of his long-standing ties to the Communist Party of Greece. He was an MP for the KKE from 1981 to 1990. Nevertheless, in 1989 he ran as an independent candidate within the centre-right New Democracy party, in order for the country to emerge from the political crisis that had been created due to the numerous scandals of the government of Andreas Papandreou,[9] and helped establish a large coalition between conservatives, socialists and leftists. In 1990 he was elected to the parliament (as in 1964 and 1981), became a government minister under Constantine Mitsotakis, and fought against drugs and terrorism and for culture, education and better relations between Greece and Turkey. He continues to speak out in favor of left-liberal causes, Greek–Turkish–Cypriot relations, and against the War in Iraq. He has consistently opposed oppressive regimes and was a key voice against the 1967–1974 Greek junta, which imprisoned him.

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In 1960, Theodorakis returned to Greece and his roots in genuine Greek music: With his song cycle Epitaphios he started the third period of his composing and contributed to a cultural revolution in his country. His most significant and influential works are based on Greek and world poetry – Epiphania (Giorgos Seferis), Little Kyklades (Odysseas Elytis), Axion Esti (Odysseas Elytis), Mauthausen (Iakovos Kambanellis), Romiossini (Yannis Ritsos), and Romancero Gitano (Federico García Lorca) – he attempted to give back to Greek music a dignity which in his perception it had lost. He developed his concept of “metasymphonic music” (symphonic compositions that go beyond the “classical” status and mix symphonic elements with popular songs, Western symphonic orchestra and Greek popular instruments).

He founded the Little Orchestra of Athens and the Musical Society of Piraeus, gave many, many concerts all around Greece and abroad… and he naturally became involved in the politics of his home country. After the assassination of Gregoris Lambrakis in May 1963 he founded the Lambrakis Democratic Youth (“Lambrakidès”) and was elected its president. theodorakis01Under Theodorakis’s impetus, it started a vast cultural renaissance movement and became the greatest political organisation in Greece with more than 50.000 members. Following the 1964 elections, Theodorakis became a member of the Greek Parliament, associated with the left-wing party EDA. Because of his political ideas, the composer was black-listed by the cultural establishment; at the time of his biggest artistic glory, a large number of his songs were censored-before-studio or were not allowed on the radio stations.

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During 1964, he wrote the music for the Michael Cacoyiannis film Zorba the Greek, whose main theme, since then, exists as a trademark for Greece. It is also known as ‘Syrtaki dance’; inspired from old Cretan traditional dances.
On 21 April 1967 a right wing junta (the Regime of the Colonels) took power in a putsch. Theodorakis went underground and founded the “Patriotic Front” (PAM). On 1 June, the Colonels published “Army decree No 13”, which banned playing, and even listening to his music. Theodorakis himself was arrested on 21 August, and jailed for five months. Following his release end of January 1968, he was banished in August to Zatouna with his wife Myrto and their two children, Margarita and Yorgos. Later he was interned in the concentration camp of Oropos. An international solidarity movement, headed by such personalities as Dmitri Shostakovich, Leonard Bernstein, Arthur Miller, and Harry Belafonte demanded to get Theodorakis freed. On request of the French politician Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber, Theodorakis was allowed to go into exile to Paris on 13 April 1970. Theodorakis’s flight left very secretly from an Onassis owned private airport outside Athens. Theodorakis arrived at Le Bourget Airport where he met Costa Gavras, Melina Mercouri and Jules Dassin. Theodorakis was immediately hospitalized because he suffered from lung tuberculosis. Myrto Theodorakis, Mikis’s wife and two children joined him a week later in France. They arrived from Greece to France via Italy on a boat.(by wikipedia)

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Mikis Theodorakis with Fidel Castro

Here´s an album from his beautiful music during the Sixties … This album was in Grece in 1976 … unfortunatley I know nothing about the wonderful musicians of this record.
But … what a great sound, what a great music !

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Personnel:
Unknown bouzouki ensemble

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Tracklist:
01. O Choros Tou Zorba 3.42
02. O Kaymos 4.14
03. I Balanta Tou Antrikou 3.49
04. To Feggari Kani Volta 3.18
05. Vrechi Sti Ftochogitonia 4.09
06. Mana Mou Ke Panagia 3.16
07. Strose To Stroma Sou 3.43
08. Vracho-Vracho 2.43
09. O Metanastis 3.58
10. Mirei 3.22
11. Echo Mia Agapi 3.22
12. To Savatovrado 5.10

Music written by Mikis Theodorakis

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The New Order – Same (1977)

FrontCover1The New Order was an American hard rock and protopunk band. The band was based in Los Angeles and existed from early 1975 to October 1976.
After The Stooges imploded in 1974, former Stooges lead guitarist Ron Asheton formed a new band, ultimately acquiring drummer Dennis “Machine Gun” Thompson, bass player Jimmy Recca and keyboardist Scott Thurston. For a while, the new band shared rehearsal space at a house owned by Ray Manzarek, during his collaboration with Stooges’ lead singer Iggy Pop.
When The New Order’s first singer Jeff Spry was forced to quit the band (due to jail time incurred from a drinking/quaalude related DUI coupled with failure to perform community service), The New Order’s first drummer, K.J. Knight, recommended Dave Gilbert as a replacement. K.J. and Gilbert had both been veterans of the 1971/1972 incarnations of Ted Nugent’s Amboy Dukes. After keyboardist Scott Thurston quit, his position was filled by a second guitarist, Ray Gunn, another Detroit veteran who was recommended by Dennis Thompson.

Leading up to the making of The New Order’s first demo tapes, long time Blue Öyster Cult producer, Sandy Pearlman, was approached to produce the band but ultimately this didn’t come together. The back cover of the Declaration Of War album bears the inscription: “This album is dedicated to the CULT”, furthering the links with the Blue Öyster Cult.

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A projected collaboration with ’60s and ’70s Rock impresario, Kim Fowley, was also talked about, but never came to fruition.
The New Order had at least one classic, the song Rock ‘n’ Roll Soldiers, later covered by The Hitmen and more recently covered by The Hellacopters. One of the lyrics from the song, the infamous battle-cry “The War Against The Jive”, is used as the heading to the liner-notes of Radio Birdman’s 2001 release, The Essential Radio Birdman (1974 – 1978). The exact heading is: “Total Victory: Radio Birdman’s War Against The Jive”.
The New Order recorded demos twice in Los Angeles: First in 1975 with Jeff Spry as lead singer and then in 1976 with Dave Gilbert as lead singer. Both recordings were later released with a production by Neil Merryweather in 1977 as a single album “The New Order”, on the Fun Records/Isadora label and distributed by RCA Records. The album’s lo-fi quality was the result of it being produced from Ron Asheton’s inferior cassette copies, instead of the original master tapes.  (by wkipedia)
Really this is just a selection of demos – i love the Stooges and there are some good song ideas on here, however nothing is of a quality that could really be enjoyed of its own merit. I have no doubts that the New Order would have been great, IF they had been produced/recorded properly though. (by Pete)

Okay … rough, loud and dirty ! The New Order … Brothers and sisters !

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Personnel:
Ron Asheton (guitar)
Dave Gilbert (vocals on 05. – 07.)
Ray Gun (guitar)
Jimi Recca (bass)
Jeff Spry (vocals on 01. 04.)
Dennis Thompson (drums)
Scott Thurston (keyboards)

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Tracklist:
01. Lucky Strike 3.52
02. Declaration Of War 2.48
03. Hollywood Holidays 3.53
04. Sidewinder 3.14
05. I Can’t Quit Ya 3.02
06. Rock ‘N’ Roll Soldiers 4.03
07. Of Another World 4.47

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Tracks 01 – 04 (1975):
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Tracks 05 – 07. (1976):
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Felix Pappalardi & Creation – Travelling In The Dark – Live … Denver `76 (2016)

FrontCover1As Cream’s “fourth member,” Felix Pappalardi was already a rock legend by the time he founded Mountain in 1969. Having enjoyed worldwide success with them, in 1973 he departed to collaborate with Japanese rockers Creation. This superb live set at the Ebbets Field club in Denver, Colorado, on July 30, 1976, was broadcast on KCUV-FM shortly after the release of their first album together, and includes contemporary material as well as an epic 20-minute rendition of Mountain’s classic “Nantucket Sleighride.” The complete broadcast is presented here in professionally remastered sound with background notes and rare archival photos.

This is killer album, as I was expecting this live recordings have nothing to do with their uneven studio album, here much heavier and better. The sound quality is nearly perfect, this is a rare and unique testimony, do not miss it.

And their version of “Nantucket Sleighride” is a brilliant version with great duitars and very fine drum playing.

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Personnel:
Masayuki Higuchi (drums)
Yoshiaki Iljima (guitar)
Shigeru Matsumoto (bass)
Felix Papalardi (vocals, bass)
Kazuo Flash Takeda (guitar, vocals)

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Tracklist:
01. Preachers’ Daughters (Pappalardi/Collins/Takeda) 4.31
02. Secret Power (Pappalardi/Collins/Takeda) 6.47
03. Dreams I Dream Of You (Pappalardi/Collins/Takeda) 4.24
04. Travellin’ In The Dark (To EMP) () 3.55
05. Reason To Believe (Hardin) 3.15
06. Dark Eyed Lady Of The Night (Pappalardi/Collins/Takeda) 5.07
07. As The Years Go Passing By (Harris) 7.15
08. Nantucket Sleighride (To Owen Coffin) (Pappalardi/Collins) 21.39
09. High Heeled Sneakers (Higginbotham) 2.14

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Sylvie Vartan – Au Palais Des Congres (1977)

FrontCover1Although actor/pop singer Sylvie Vartan is Bulgarian, she would eventually receive recognition from the French, usually singing entirely in the language of her adopted homeland. Born August 15, 1944, in Iskretz, Bulgaria, Vartan showed great talent for both acting and singing at an early age, resulting in an appearance in the Bulgarian film Under the Yoke in 1950. Two years later (while only ten years old), Vartan and her family relocated to France. 1961 would prove to be an important year for Vartan’s career, as she entered a recording studio for the first time, picked up some TV work, and appeared at the famed Olympia Theater. The early ’60s saw the release of a steady stream of singles, EPs, and albums (such as 1962’s Sylvie), in addition to further appearances in European movies — including A Moonlight in Maubeuge and Just for Fun.
Other impressive accomplishments for Vartan in the early ’60s included recording a pair of songs (“If I Sing” and “Most Beautiful to Go to Dance”) with famed country artists Chet Atkins and Ray Stevens, and playing on the same bill as the Beatles at the Olympia in January of 1964.
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During the mid-’60s, Vartan concentrated on making inroads to the American music market, as she appeared on such TV shows as The Ed Sullivan Show, Hullaballooh, and Shindig, while one of her best singles, “2’35 de Bonheur,” hit the charts in early 1967. Subsequently, Vartan kept on issuing albums and touring at a steady rate right up to the 21st century, as 2001 saw the release of the 14-track career overview L’Essential. (by Greg Prato)
And here´s one of her glamourus Performance from the mid-seventies … and, oh yes … more or less in the disco-style … not really my world … but many fantastic colors, you know.
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Photography by Helmuth Newton
Personnel:
Michel Barrault (trumpet)
Simon van der Cam (guitar)
Marc Chantereau (percussion)
Michel Ciric (violine)
Gilbert Ciuffi (saxophone)
Gérard Daguerre (piano)
Gilbert Dall’Anez (saxophone)
Pierre Defaye (violine)
Daniel Faidherbe (viola)
Christian Guizien (trombone)
André Laidli (trumpet)
Dino Latore (drums)
Pierre Louis (violine)
Alex Perdigon (trombone)
Slim Pezin (guitar)
Tonyo Rubio (bass)
Georges Tapie (piano)
Louis Toesca (trumpet)
Stephan Wiener (viola)
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Catherine Bonnevay – Cora Carnier – Dominique Poulain – Francine Chabot – Martine Latorre

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Tracklist:

01. Ouverture (Kaufman) 3.03
02. C’est Instant Est A Moi (E. Vartan/Mallory) 4.27
03. Petit Rainbow (Summer Love Sensation) (Martin/Coulter/Grillet) 3.41
04. 4  L’Amour C’est Comme Les Bateaux (Popp/Thibaut) 3.32
05. Dieu Merci (Si Sisto) (Covecchio/Chammah/Thibaut) 3.00
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06. Qu’Est-Ce Qui Fait Pleurer Les Blondes (Kongos/Leroy/Delanoé) 1.26
07. Arrete De Rire (Sail On) (Rivat/Warren) 4.31
08. Ne Pars Pas Comme Ca (Don’t Leave Me This Way) (Manilow/Mallory) 4.26
09. Le Temps Du Swing (House Of Swing) (Thibaut/Stonebridge/McGuinness) 5.48
10. Tout Le Bazar (All That Jazz) (Stillman/Carter/Mallory) 7.01
11. Ouverture (Swing) (Kaufman) / Georges (George’s Disco Tango) (Hall/Mallory/Simon´/Billon/Strasser) 5.29
12. La Drole De Fin (Last Tango) (Libert/Rivat/Vincent/Meakin) 3.47
13. 2’35 De Bonheur (Thomas/Renart/Rivat) 2.32
14. Jubilation (Harris/Anka) 3.12
15. Operator (featuring Gary Chapman + Peter Newton) (Spiveri) 4.21
16. Photo (featuring Gary Chapman + Peter Newton) (E.Vartan/Mallory) 5.25
17. Medley (4.13)
17.1. Danse-La, Chante-La (Dibbens/Shepstone/Dessca)
17.2. Irrestistiblement (Aber/Renard)
17.3. Ta Sorcière Bien Aimée (Di Nino/Gouty/Mallory/Billon)
17.4. L’Amour Au Diapason (Renard/Mallory)
17.5. Danse-La, Chante-La (Dibbens/Shepstone/Dessca)
18. Parle-Moi De Ta Vie (Bourtayre/Dessca) 3.28
19. Je Suis Nee Dans Une Valise (E. Vartan/Mallory) 3.15
20. Dancing Star (Vartan/Mallory) 4.58
21. Finale (E. Vartan/Mallory) 2.38

22. Side 1 (uncut) 20.19
23. Side 2 (uncut) 22.10
24. Side 3 (uncut) 20.16
25. Side 4 (uncut) 25.37

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Boston – Cleveland (1976)

FrontCover1John “Sib” Hashian, who played the drums on arena-rock group Boston’s first two albums, has died on March 22, 2017. He was 67, TMZ and The Associated Press reported. His son Adam, who confirmed his death to TMZ, said Hashian was playing a set on a Legends of Rock Cruise when he collapsed Wednesday night.

He did not provide the cause of death. The cruise began on March 19 in Miami and was scheduled to make stops in the Bahamas and Puerto Rico. It’s not clear how his death will impact the rest of the voyage.

Hashian was recruited in 1975 to play drums on Boston’s self-titled debut album, replacing Jim Masdea at the request of their record label. He remained with the band for their second album, Don’t Look Back. Masdea returned for the next record, Third Stage. But that was enough time to become part of rock history, playing on hits like More Than a Feeling, Long Time and Peace of Mind. (by USA Today)

Boston – the band behind “classic rock” – a label that had been thrown at Tom Scholz’s group. And not far behind… the excesses of “corporate rock.” But then, guitar virtuoso Scholz, who has a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from MIT, was fiercely independent, taking his time to get the sound right; and the band was a real garage outfit – Scholz recorded his tracks in his basement studio.

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Boston’s rise was meteoric and this was before MTV. Overnight they had a hit debut album on their hands and vocalist (the late) Brad Delp was recognised as much as guitarist Scholz. To this day, More Than A Feeling remains a radio staple.

Thanks then to Philip Cohen for sharing the excellent sounding lossless tracks, and we are offering them as high quality mp3s (320 kbps). This is what Philip noted: “This unofficial release was taken from a radio broadcast that was aired locally in Cleveland, Ohio… which was a homecoming of sorts for Boston leader Tom Scholz, who was born in Cleveland. This was recorded by the original line-up while they were touring behind their highly successful debut album.”

Darryl Hirschler, reviewing the CD on his Unofficial Boston site adds: “This concert is one of Boston’s earliest concerts. The band had only been on the road for just over a month and it shows. Their performance is raw and unrefined with an occasional mistake. Brad is especially enthusiastic in his vocal performance. The highlight for me was the very early version of A Man I’ll Never Be. It is not to be missed. The chorus is totally different from any other version of this song anywhere. We are so lucky that this concert was recorded if not for anything else but that song. Sib’s drumming is also noteworthy, especially on Peace of Mind.

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“This concert was recorded for broadcast on WMMS in Cleveland, OH back in 1976. Parts of it have been occasionally broadcast to this day. The sound quality is top notch. It rivals that of the King Biscuit CDs and may even be a tad better… The reel to reel masters have survived 20-plus years remarkably well. The odd (but beautiful) thing is that I know that the reel is presently damaged with about 3.5 seconds missing from More Than A Feeling, but source used for this CD must’ve been digitally recorded 10 years earlier – before the damage, and before 10 additional years of degradation (hiss).”

And here´s not only a tribute to John “Sib” Hashian but to the band “Boston”, too …  the perfect masters of the “adult orientad rock” (AOR) of the Seventies … and of course I have to mention Tom Scholz … the mastermind of “Boston” …

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Personnel:
Brad Delp (vocals)
Barry Goudreau (guitar)
Sib Hashian (drums)
Fran Sheehan (bass)
Tom Scholz (guitar, organ)

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Tracklist:
01. Rock & Roll Band (Scholz) 3.44
02. Help Me (Shattered Images) (Scholz) 3.54
03. Peace Of Mind (Scholz) 5.06
04. Something About You (Scholz) 4.32
05. A Man I’ll Never Be (Scholz) 6.39
06. Smokin’ (Scholz/Delp) 8.04
07. Foreplay (Scholz) 2.40
08. Long Time (Scholz) 6.38
09. Don’t Be Afraid Of Love (Scholz) 5.01
10. More Than A Feeling (Scholz) 9.49
11. Television Politician (Scholz) 3.54

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John Thomas “Sib” Hashian
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