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Queen – A Day At The Court (Wardour-021)

Queen – A Day At The Court (Wardour-021)

A Day At The Court(Wardour-021) Earls Court, London, England – June 6th, 1977 Disc 1 (63:13):  Procession, Tie Your Mother Down, Ogre Battle, White Queen, Somebody To Love, Killer Queen, Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy, The Millionaire Waltz, You’re My Best Friend, Bring Back That Leroy Bro... Read On

The Who – Chicago 1979 Definitive Version (Wardour DVD Series 001)

The Who – Chicago 1979 Definitive Version (Wardour DVD Series 001)

  Chicago 1979 Definitive Version (Wardour DVD Series 001) International Amphitheater, Chicago, IL – December 8th, 1979 Intro, Substitute, I Can’t Explain, Baba O’ Riley, The Punk And The Godfather, My Wife, Sister Disco, Behind Blue Eyes, Music Must Change, Drowned, Who Are You, 5... Read On

Jeff Beck, Santana, Steve Lukather – Sound Market ’86 (Wardour-083)

Jeff Beck, Santana, Steve Lukather – Sound Market ’86 (Wardour-083)

Sound Market ’86(Wardour-083) After participating in the 1983 ARMS tour with Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page and a multitude of others Jeff Beck went silent in terms of live performance.  He played a handful of shows with Rod Stewart in 1984 and worked on his LP Flash.  His return to the stage includ... Read On

Jeff Beck – Thank The Lord (Wardour-082)

Jeff Beck – Thank The Lord (Wardour-082)

Thank The Lord (Wardour-082) The 1980s were a period where the big rock acts flirted with a manufactured pop style then popular.  There were a heavy reliance upon keyboard arrangements, sultry saxophones and attempts at hooks with every song to the exclusion of individual expression and experimentat... Read On

Jeff Beck – The Moving Finger (Wardour-080)

Jeff Beck – The Moving Finger (Wardour-080)

The Moving Finger (Wardour-080) Furitsu-Taiikukan, Osaka, Japan – December 5th, 1980 Disc 1 (39:42):  Opening, Star Cycle, El Becko, Too Much To Lose, The Pump, Cause We’ve Ended As Lovers, Space Boogie, Led Boots Disc 2 (57:12):  Freeway Jam, Diamond Dust, Scatterbrain, drum solo / Scat... Read On

Jeff Beck Group – Rough, Ready, Go! (Wardour-035)

Jeff Beck Group – Rough, Ready, Go! (Wardour-035)

Rough, Ready, Go! (Wardour-035) Aerie Crown Theater, Chicago, IL – May 13, 1972 (77:16):  Ice Cream Cakes, Morning Dew, Keyboards Solo – Going Down, Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You, Glad All Over, Jeff’s Boogie, Definitely Maybe, Situation, New Ways – Train Train,... Read On

Queen – The Pleasure Chest (Wardour-081)

Queen – The Pleasure Chest (Wardour-081)

The Pleasure Chest (Wardour-081) International Exhibition Hall, Nagoya, Japan – April 28th, 1979 Disc 1 (70:39):  We Will Rock You (slow), We Will Rock You (fast), Let Me Entertain You, Somebody To Love, If You Can’t Beat Them, Death On Two Legs, Killer Queen, Bicycle Race, I’m In ... Read On

Jeff Beck – Heavy Blow (Wardour-079)

Jeff Beck – Heavy Blow (Wardour-079)

Heavy Blow (Wardour-079) Music Hall, Boston, MA – May 3rd, 1975 (64:17):  Jeff’s Boogie / Constipated Duck, drum intro / She’s A Woman, Freeway Jam, Definitely Maybe, Superstition, keyboard solo, Cause We’ve Ended As Lovers, Power, Got The Feeling, You Know What I Mean Heavy ... Read On

Queen – Last Concert In Japan (Wardour-031)

Queen – Last Concert In Japan (Wardour-031)

Last Concert In Japan (Wardour-031) Jo Hall, Osaka, Japan – May 15th, 1985 Disc 1:  Machines intro., Tear It Up, Tie Your Mother Down, Under Pressure, Somebody To Love, piano improv., Killer Queen, Seven Seas Of Rhye, Keep Yourself Alive, Liar, impromptu, It’s A Hard Life, Day-O, Dragon ... Read On

Queen – Prime Jive (Wardour-030)

Queen – Prime Jive (Wardour-030)

  Prime Jive (Wardour-030) Queen’s little visit to Japan in February 1981 was unusual for several reasons.  They gave five concerts, all in the capital Tokyo with no visits to the provincial cities.  There is also confusion about what exactly they were promoting on this tour.  Their latest LP ... Read On

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