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Going Home - The Blues Band - Live At The BBC (CD, Album)

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  1. BBC Sessions is a blues rock album by Rory Gallagher, released in The album was compiled from live recordings made at the BBC by Gallagher's brother Dónal and released posthumously Background. From the earliest stages of Gallagher's career, the BBC played an important part in shaping his musicianship. Starting with his first band.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Comin' Home To The Blues on Discogs.
  3. Live at the BBC peaked at number 3 on the US Billboard album chart and reached number 1 on the UK Albums Chart. The album sold an estimated 8 million copies worldwide during its first year of release. A reviewer for Time said that the collection contained "few buried treasures", but "as a time capsule, the set is invaluable".
  4. Dec 18,  · TEMAS: I'm Going Home Don't Want You Woman Love Until I Die I May Be Wrong, But I Won't Be Wrong Always Love Until I Die Spoonful Portable People Rock Your Mama
  5. Disc one consists of material from four different BBC sessions. Disc two contains most of the 1 April concert from the Paris Theatre in London. Disc three was only included in a limited run of album releases and features rare interviews from , /, and
  6. Secondly, the title of this double CD, "Live at the BBC" is somewhat misleading, as only several tracks on disc #2 are actually performed "in concert", have an audience applauding at the beginning and end of a song, and they were duplicated on the Moodies previously released live album "Caught Live /5(68).
  7. May 19,  · How Can A Poor Man Stand These Times And Live I Am The Doctor I Am Going Down The River Dust My Blues Suddenly I Like It Going Home You Gotta Move Heading For A.
  8. Somewhere in the BBC archive there is a terrific mid 80s recording of the band live at the Dominion theatre, with the Tower of Power horn section. I would love to hear it again, and wish the BBC would release it. Before becoming the News, most of the band were called Clover, and backed Elvis Costello on his debut CD.

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