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Monday, December 27, 2010

Pacific Gas & Electric 1970 Live 'n' Kicking At Lexington



Genre: Blues-Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:02:18
Size: 142,45 MB

United States

Well, been waiting a while to be able to spring this news on you. "Live and Kicking at Lexington" Has Been Released by Wounded Bird Records (a company that specializes in reissuing classic rock albums on CD).

Now for the back story. August 8th and 9th of 1970, PG&E did 2 shows at the federal drug rehab center in Lexington, KY. The filmmaker Lawrence Schiller was there to make a documentary of the band, the facility and it's inmates. Columbia (now owned by Sony) was also there, recording the shows for a planned live album. When Schillers film didn't go into national release (it was only shown twice in California before being shelved by a judge) Columbia chose to stop work on the record.

Recent research has uncovered that Sony still has the tapes... about 9 unmixed multi-tracks and 4 stereo masters. These stereo masters are now available on CD thanks to Wounded Bird. This is a once in a lifetime chance to hear the band in their natural element, on stage. No other full live album has ever been released by PG&E. (http://www.pacific-gas-electric.com)



Tracklist:

01 - Old Slop In 'A' 11:21

02 - Are You Ready 06:26

03 - Next Time You See Me 02:38

04 - Elvira 03:17

05 - 32-20 Blues 06:10

06 - One More River To Cross 03:13

07 - Motor City Is Burning 12:41

08 - Jelly Jelly 16:32


Highly recommend!


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Enjoy the music!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kilgore Trout here - any chance of a re-up? It appears the links are kaput, thanks

Anonymous said...

apparantly Zshare is working.

SouthernBluesRock said...

links renewed

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