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Old 02-17-2017, 04:32 PM
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Default Lost BBC Session tracks??

Okay, the first one isnt, believe this is the BBC version of Got To Move that is on the BBC Sessions 2cd but this version is taken straight from radio with outro from Tommy Vance which i've not heard before.

But this one is new to me. I've never heard this before, never knew it existed. - Fleetwood Mac with Eddie Boyd 'The Stroller' (Top Gear 21.1.68)

Found it via this thread on another site. Posting here just in case its of interest to others. Hope there will be more posted. There's some rare Cream posted here too.
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Old 02-17-2017, 09:16 PM
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How strange (to me, anyway) for that track to “suddenly” show up – (it's what fans live for!)

Two of the songs from the sessions were commercially released in 1995 on the “Live at the BBC” collection.

Two more escaped from the vault seven years later on the “Show-Biz Blues” double CD.

Meanwhile Spencer’s doo-wop parody and most frustratingly (for me), Green’s take on ‘Sweet Little Angel” are still only available on poor quality bootlegs.

Of the three tracks done with Eddie Boyd, the only one I had heard before this posting was ‘Where You Belong’ – is ‘Blue Coat Man’ out there in someone’s collection too?

Let's hope!

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