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Thursday, February 23, 2012

The Dudek, Finnigan, Krueger Band 1978 Live


Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 256 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:47:31
Size: 196,97 MB

United States

This is a WPIX FM Rebroadcast.

Artists:

Les Dudek: Guitar
Mike Finnigan: Keyboards
Max Gronenthal: Keyboards
Michael Hossack: Drums
Jim Krueger: Guitar
Bill Meeker: Drums
Trey Thompson: Bass

Guitarist/vocalist Jim Krueger and keyboardist/vocalist Mike Finnigan, who met in the Dave Mason Band, had built impressive resumés previously on their own. A member of late-'60s band the Serfs and a reunited Big Brother & the Holding Company (without Janis Joplin) in 1969, he recorded with the Jerry Hahn Brotherhood in 1970 and Jerry Wood in 1972 before recording his debut album in 1976. Wisconsin-born Krueger had become an important member of the Dave Mason Band, co-writing the pop hit "We Just Disagree." Working with Finnigan, he recorded a solo album, Sweet Salvation, in 1978. Rhode Island-born guitarist Les Dudek was a highly regarded sideman by the late-'70s, having spent five years in Boz Scaggs' band. (Craig Harris)



Tracklist:


CD1:

01 - WPIX Intro 00:27

02 - Don't Call Me Chief 04:49

03 - City Magic 06:32

04 - That's Wrong 05:13

05 - We Just Disagree 02:56

06 - Gonna Move 06:54

07 - Just One Minute More 05:09

08 - How Long Has It Been 04:19

09 - Does Anybody Care 05:20

10 - Expressway To Your Heart 05:44

11 - Run For Cover 05:19


CD2:

01 - Ghost Town Parade 05:39

02 - How Wrong Can You Be 04:37

03 - Trinidad 05:54

04 - Sailfish 04:13

05 - Old Judge Jones 06:39

06 - Falling Out 03:36

07 - Friend Of Mine 16:44

08 - Central Park 07:19

09 - WPIX Outro 00:08





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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this!
Jim Krueger was a good friend of mine. I have the DFK studio CD, but wasn't aware of this FM broadcast.

Cheers,
Bob...

KDNYfm said...

Cant wait to hear this...I have most of the studio work by all 3 of these artists as well as the DFK studio album. The biggest surprise for me is not including a live take of What a Sacrifice. With 3 great vocalists, some great songwriting, and a superlative guitarist, I'm not sure how these guys didnt become huge!
Thanx for sharing!
Al

SouthernBluesRock said...

KDNYfm I think you will like it and hope you will find more interesting music here ...

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