Finger Lake Five - Live At Town Hall: 9/9/1960 album
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Album · 1958 · 12 Songs. Classic Sinatra: His Great Performances 1953-1960. The Essential Johnny Mathis.
By placing the location and dates, "New York City, September 19-20, 2001," on the stark cover of this concert album, Laurie Anderson evokes the context in which the shows from which it was drawn occurred: They took place less than two weeks after the September 11 terrorist attacks in the city that was one of the principal targets.
Live at the Royal Albert Hall is a live album by Emerson, Lake & Palmer. It was recorded at a show at the Royal Albert Hall during the Black Moon tour in October 1992. Highlights of the album include a 9-minute version of "Tarkus," the song "Black Moon," and "Finale," which is a medley of "Fanfare for the Common Man," "America," and "Rondo. Karn Evil 9: 1st Impression, Pt. 2" (Keith Emerson, Greg Lake) – 1:50. Stones of Years" (Emerson, Lake).
Album · 1973 · 14 Songs. On a rainy New York City night in 1972, Bill Withers transformed Carnegie Hall into a soul revival meeting. It’s not just his warm, gritty vocals on the sweetly aching Ain’t No Sunshine or his fervent take on the gospel-infused Lean on Me. It’s the palpable connection you can hear between performer and audience in his warm patter and reminiscences. By the time he closes the evening with the 13-minute soul-stirrer Harlem, Cold Baloney, everyone in the room is a believer. Live At Carnegie Hall Bill Withers.
|1-1||Royal Garden Blues|
|1-2||Band Introduction With Al Jazzbo Collins|
|1-5||Way Down Yonder In New Orleans|
|1-6||You I Love|
|1-7||Struttin' With Some Barbeque|
|1-8||Beale Street Blues|
|1-10||Tin Roof Blues/Intermission|
|2-1||History Of Jazz With All Jazzbo Collins|
|2-2||Commentary On Al Jazzbo Collins, Billie Holiday, Etc.|
|2-3||At The Jazz Band Ball|
|2-4||Home Come You Do Me Like You Do Do Do|
|2-5||Just A Closer Walk With Thee|
|2-6||Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey|
|2-7||You Are My Sunshine|
|2-8||Commentary On Recording|
|2-9||Back Home Again In Indiana|
|2-11||Sweet Georgia Brown|
|2-12||St. James Infirmary Blues|
|2-13||When The Saints Go Marching In|
|2-14||Tin Roof Blues/Outro|
- Banjo – Charlie Nuccio
- Bass – Bill Beyea, Lester Bardack
- Clarinet – Bill Beyea
- Cornet – Jack Duffy
- Drums – Jim Beck
- Hosted By – Al Jazzbo Collins
- Piano – Russ Bowman
- Soprano Saxophone – Bill Beyea
- Trombone – Jack (John) Kelly, Lester Bardack
NotesLimited edition CD release
|FL5-05||Finger Lake Five||Live At Town Hall: 9/9/1960 (3xReel, Mono)||Not On Label (Finger Lake Five - Self Released)||FL5-05||US||1960|