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Album: Live Dates
# Song Title   Time
1)    King Will Come, The
2)    Warrior
3)    Throw Down the Sword
4)    Rock 'N' Roll Widow
5)    Ballad of the Beacon
6)    Baby, What You Want Me to Do
7)    Pilgrim, The
8)    Blowin' Free
9)    Jail Bait
10)    Lady Whiskey
11)    Phoenix
 

Album: Live Dates
# Song Title   Time
1)    King Will Come, The
2)    Warrior
3)    Throw Down the Sword
4)    Rock 'N' Roll Widow
5)    Ballad of the Beacon
6)    Baby, What You Want Me to Do
7)    Pilgrim, The
8)    Blowin' Free
9)    Jail Bait
10)    Lady Whiskey
11)    Phoenix
 
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Ted Turner (vocals, guitar, 12-string guitar, steel guitar); Andy Powell (vocals, guitar); Martin Turner (vocals); Steve Upton (drums).
  • Audio Remixer: Keith Harwood.
  • Recording information: City Hall, Newcastle, England (06/1973); Fairfield Hall, Croydon, London, England (06/1973); Guilhall, Portsmouth, Rhode Island (06/1973); Memphis, TN (06/1973); University, Reading, England (06/1973).
  • Photographers: Miles Copeland; Pauline Powell; Aubrey Powell; Storm Thorgerson; Jill Furmanovsky; Steve Upton.
  • This concert album by the long-running British institution is, overall, its best early work, featuring as it does most of the best songs from its first few albums in vastly better sounding versions. This is, clearly, the place to marvel at the band's innovative melange of blues, folk, Yes- style riffs, and endearingly cosmic lyrics, not to mention its centerpiece--the tag team dueling guitars of Andy Powell and Ted Turner.
  • The album's main attraction is the epic "Phoenix," expanded by seven minutes from its studio version and included in two different performances. It's precisely the sort of psychedelic jam that used to really wow them at the Fillmore during the Summer Of Love. Other highlights include a heartfelt version of "Rock 'n' Roll Widow," and an impressively arranged take on the Jimmy Reed blues classic "Baby What You Want Me to Do" (misidentified, for some reason, as the Everly Brothers' "You Got Me Runnin'").
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