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Monday, May 26, 2014
Cargoe 1972 Live In Memphis!
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Size: 110,83 MB
In the middle of all this 1972 hullabaloo with Cargoe and Big Star, the Cargoe guys, well known for their live playing prowess, performed a very special concert. The Memphis rock station of the day, WMC FM-100, had instituted a series of live concerts by many well known artists, to be broadcast over the airwaves directly from Ardent Recording Studios. These were engineered usually by Terry Manning, and sometimes by Richard Rosebrough.The artists included The Groundhogs, The Charlie Daniels Band, Stories, Martin Mull (soon to be released as Lucky Seven CD 9215) and others, including none other than Cargoe! In each case, a live audience of invited guests was brought into the studio.
This CD is the actual recording of that concert back hi 1972! Since the original broadcast, this Cargoe concert has gone "unheard" for these last 31 years! Cargoe were made up of Bill Phillips on keyboards and rhythm guitar, Max Wisley on bass, Tommy Richard on lead and rhythm guitar, and Tim Bent on drums. Bui the magic was that all members were excellent vocalists, as well as songwriters. Good vocal harmony has certainly become a trademark of the "Power Pop" genre, and Cargoe was not to disappoint on that score! So sit back, let your mind drift to 1972, turn on your I'M radio, and enjoy this live broadcast. (Terry Manning)
01 - Come Down 04:28
02 - Things We Dream Today 02:47
03 - Feel Alright 02:36
04 - Horses And Silver Things 03:35
05 - Scenes 04:30
06 - Heal Me 03:16
07 - Intro - This Is Real 01:55
08 - Feelin' Might Poorly 03:17
09 - Thousand Peoples Song 04:14
10 - Leave Today 04:47
11 - Time 04:22
12 - I Love You Anyway 03:46
13 - Tokyo Love 04:54