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Murrow 09-21-2018 03:27 PM

Just released online - Live from the KISW FM Show March 10th 1972
 
Streaming on Amazon and (I assume) other platforms, available on a label called Vogon.

Tracks are

1. Tell Me All the Things You Do
2. Future Games
3. Get Like You Used To Be
4. Child of Mine (mistitled Little Child of Mine)
5. Spare Me A Little Of Your Love
6. Homeward Bound
7. Black Magic Woman
8. Oh Well

Nice to have a live souvenir of the Kirwan/Welch period available.

Street_Dreamer 09-21-2018 04:16 PM

Awesome! There's so little bootleg material from this era of the band.

SteveMacD 09-23-2018 06:05 PM

It’s been floating around for at least a decade online. KILLER show. There’s also a bootleg from the Future Games tour with Woman of 1000 Years, Morning Rain, and Trinity.

dino 09-24-2018 10:50 AM

Bootleg/grey area release that can be found for free online. Don't buy it.

jbrownsjr 09-24-2018 12:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SteveMacD (Post 1237552)
It’s been floating around for at least a decade online. KILLER show. There’s also a bootleg from the Future Games tour with Woman of 1000 Years, Morning Rain, and Trinity.

I've heard the Morning Rain. But not Woman or Trinity.

Now, I'm happy I can look for that. :blob1:

FuzzyPlum 09-24-2018 02:28 PM

Now that's pretty cool- Whilst listening to these shows I came across Van Morrison's cover of Spare Me a Little of Your Love.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bMwHM2R4yg

It gives me a warm feeling knowing Van the Man thought highly enough of this song to play it live back in '72. :nod:

Mr Scarrott 09-24-2018 07:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FuzzyPlum (Post 1237599)
Now that's pretty cool- Whilst listening to these shows I came across Van Morrison's cover of Spare Me a Little of Your Love.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bMwHM2R4yg

It gives me a warm feeling knowing Van the Man thought highly enough of this song to play it live back in '72. :nod:

Oh, this is really great, thank you for finding this, Fuzzy. It sounds as if it could have made its way onto Moondance.It's got a lot of those trademark Van tricks and licks, but that's no bad thing and like you, it makes me very happy to hear it. My favourite album of all time is Astral Weeks, sorry, Macsters...

SteveMacD 09-24-2018 08:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jbrownsjr (Post 1237590)
I've heard the Morning Rain. But not Woman or Trinity.

Now, I'm happy I can look for that. :blob1:

It’s on YouTube. Search for “fleetwood mac sindelfingen”

Murrow 09-25-2018 06:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FuzzyPlum (Post 1237599)
Now that's pretty cool- Whilst listening to these shows I came across Van Morrison's cover of Spare Me a Little of Your Love.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bMwHM2R4yg

It gives me a warm feeling knowing Van the Man thought highly enough of this song to play it live back in '72. :nod:

Judging by the video's title, it was a demo for Jackie DeShannon.

Here's her version - apparently recorded for her 1972 album Jackie (thought not included) which doesn't feature Morrison but does have a cover of one of his songs (I Wanna Roo You) and was released on Atlantic and produced by Jerry Wexler, Arif Mardin and Tom Dowd. Wexler in particular was famous for what he brought to Aretha Franklin's sound - the influence of Respect on the original Bare Trees version is unmissable.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkcVKutjVqw

aleuzzi 10-01-2018 03:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jbrownsjr (Post 1237590)
I've heard the Morning Rain. But not Woman or Trinity.

Now, I'm happy I can look for that. :blob1:

Danny's stuff sounds best on this bootleg. Welch's "Future Games" sounds good, too. Christine's vocals are rough here.

SteveMacD 10-04-2018 07:43 PM

Here’s the show.


chiliD 10-09-2018 10:19 PM

There's also a recording of Savoy Brown's set from that night in circulation (Fleetwood Mac was the middle act of a three band billing. I'm still in search of Long John Baldry's set, he opened the show)


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