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Various - The Continuous History Of Rock And Roll #48 'Greatest Live Albums - Revisited' flac


1No ArtistPete Townshend Interview
Interviewee – Pete Townshend
2No ArtistPeter Frampton Interview
Interviewee – Peter Frampton
3Peter FramptonShow Me The Way (Frampton Comes Alive)
4The Allman Brothers BandStatesboro Blues (Live / Fillmore East)
5 Side 4 - Daily Features
6No ArtistBudweiser Blues Ad
7The WhoSummertime Blues (Live At Leeds)
8No ArtistGinger Baker Interview
Interviewee – Ginger Baker
9No ArtistShow Close
10Cream Crossroads (Live)
11No ArtistSteve Howe Interview
Interviewee – Steve Howe
12The Rolling StonesGoin' To A Go Go (Live / Still Life)
13The KinksLola (Live / One For The Road)
14No ArtistShow Open
15The Rolling StonesJumpin' Jack Flash (Live / Get Your Ya Yas Out)
16YesStarship Trooper (Live / Yessongs)
17No ArtistBudweiser Ad
18No ArtistBill Wyman Interview
Interviewee – Bill Wyman
19No ArtistGregg Allman Interview
Interviewee – Gregg Allman


Labor Day Live 1982


Donny Hathaway, Live 1972. Backed by a combo that included Chicago session vets such as guitarist Philip Upchurch, bassist Willie Weeks and drummer Fred White who later joined Earth, Wind & Fire, Donny Hathaway swings with vividness on this brilliant live set and the audience responds ecstatically. The album originally came packed with Arc, which was a single 35-minute track of various feedback-soaked beginnings and endings of songs. Though already celebrated as one of rock's greatest drummers from a three-year run in Cream and Blind Faith, Ginger Baker's curiosity brought him from England to war-embattled Nigeria to learn more about rhythm. The History of Rock & Roll is an American radio documentary on rock and roll music, originally syndicated in 1969. One of the lengthiest documentaries of any medium 48 hours in the 1969 version, 52 hours each for the 1978 and 1981 versions, The History of Rock & Roll is a definitive history of the Rock and Roll genre, stretching from the early 1950s to its day. Criteria: These Greatest Rock Albums were chosen for their Popularity, Influence, and Musical Impact. This list includes 'Studio', 'Live', and 'Soundtrack' albums. Newly added names are in Red. Last Updated: 2017-04-07. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 1967 - The Beatles 2. Pet Sounds 1966 - The Beach Boys 3. What's Going On 1971 - Marvin Gaye 4. Dark Side Of The Moon 1973 - Pink Floyd 5. Revolver 1966 - The Beatles 6. Live at the Apollo 1963 - James Brown 7. Highway 61 Revisited 1965 - Bob Dylan 8. Thriller 19. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от Cream на маркетплейсе APE MP3 MP2 AIFF WMA MMF. Download links. Various - The Continuous History Of Rock And Roll 48 'Greatest Live Albums - Revisited' MP3 version RAR archive. Various - The Continuous History Of Rock And Roll 48 'Greatest Live Albums - Revisited' FLACAPE version RAR archive. Label: XL Recordings XLCD779 Type: CD, Album, Reissue Country: Europe Date of released: Category: Rock Style: Alternative Rock. Daft Punk - Homework. Performaer: Daft Punk Title: Homework. Four of our greatest musicians at their individual peaks. 11 The Rolling Stones Get Yer Ya-Yas Out. Why its so good: That fact that someones shouting for Paint It Black not on the album ahead of Sympathy For The Devil says it all by this point the Stones had a catalogue most bands would give a testicle for. 10 Kiss Alive. Why its so good: Quite apart from the unusual venue and evocative crowd noises, Cashs comeback album recorded during a morning and an evening session in the clink wins for the sheer power of its confessional country songs. 4 Radiohead I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings. Lola Live, One For The Road. No Artist. Queens Of The Stone Age - Era Vulgaris. Weezer - Africa. The Residents - The W B Album. History of Rock 'N' Roll DVD. Ten titanic hours of the greatest rock extravaganza ever This definitive 10-part documentary covers rock 'n' roll history from its humble beginnings in the '50s to Lollapalooza in the '90s. A must-own for any rock 'n' roll fan . Ranking the greatest albums of all time is a tough task. For this list, we've limited our selections to artists who have been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame much like we did with our Greatest Songs countdown. Some made the cut. Others didn't. We also kept the competition to studio albums - No live albums or compilations. 2pac All Eyez On Me 1996. The Greatest Rock Albums. Subscribe today. REM Automatic For The People 48. My Bloody Valentine Loveless 47. Van Halen Van Halen 46. The best rock album of all, Bob Dylans Highway 61 Revisited , is not even mentioned, just like U2s All That You Cant Leave Behind. And where are the Kinks The two double albums in Top 5 by the Beatles and the Stones are full of boring crap just like many other double albums. Pink Floyds sensational first album is much more interesting than the predictable Dark Side of The Moon -and I could go on

Various - The Continuous History Of Rock And Roll #48 'Greatest Live Albums - Revisited' flac
The Continuous History Of Rock And Roll #48 'Greatest Live Albums - Revisited'
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04 Sep 1982
Rolling Stone Magazine Productions
Catalog №:
RSMP 82-48
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