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22 Jul 2017

James Gang “Live Carnegie Hall, NYC 5/15/71” (bootleg) Unreleased material + “Live In Concert 71″ complete album US Southern Blues Hard Rock




James Gang "Live Carnegie Hall, NYC 5/15/71" (bootleg) US Southern Blues Hard Rock 

Unreleased material from same show as "Live In Concert" 

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James Gang ‎ "Live In Concert 71" Probe Label US
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Amazing that only three musicians could make music that sounds this good and this full. Honestly, where were they hiding that fourth member?! Actually, that's the amazing Joe Walsh doubling up on guitar AND keyboards. Man, he's even more talented than I had thought. Plus, you have those distinctive vocals of his. The total package. I have to admit that I've been a fan of Joe Walsh and The James Gang for many, many years, but until earlier this year I had never thought to listen to this outstanding live album. Why didn't anyone tell me!? Needless to say, I'm very happy that I belatedly took the plunge and ordered this CD. This rocks and rolls and kicks and wails from start to finish. As another reviewer asked; where is the expanded version of this concert? There certainly HAS to be more in vaults where this splendid set came from.....ByDonald E. Gilliland............ 

My first introduction to the James Gang was courtesy of some friends of mine in a hometown band who played "Walk Away" at a teen function one Friday night. The first time I heard a recording of the James Gang was this album, and the first two songs were "Stop/You're Gonna Need Me". I have never been so captivated and riveted by a recording of any kind of music as I was by this. It started a love affair with hard blues/rock played with Les Paul guitars through Marshal stacks that continues to this day. The sound is so unique. The music presented on this live album is very different from their studio versions and, though I like both, I prefer these versions of the previously mentioned songs. "Lost Woman" does drag on a bit, but that was how concerts were in the early to mid seventies: everybody had a spotlight solo which extended certain songs...This album/CD is an absolute classic, and is for anyone who loves cranked up, crunchy hard rock played with the best guitar ever made, through the best amps (STACKS of 'em) ever made, by the best late 60's/early 70's rock band America ever made!...By jpgr862..................... 

Live in Concert is a live album by the James Gang, released in September 1971. It contains highlights of performances at Carnegie Hall, New York City. This album is the last James Gang release to feature Joe Walsh as guitarist and vocalist and Bill Szymczyk as producer and engineer. 

lewine wrote the album “Live in Concert captures much of the energy of their live performances, with Joe Walsh’s guitar solos catching fire on nearly every song. However, the record also makes it clear that he was beginning to outgrow the confines of the James Gang…” (by wikipedia) 
Amazing that only three musicians could make music that sounds this good and this full. Honestly, where were they hiding that fourth member?! Actually, that’s the amazing Joe Walsh doubling up on guitar AND keyboards. Man, he’s even more talented than I had thought. Plus, you have those distinctive vocals of his. The total package. I have to admit that I’ve been a fan of Joe Walsh and The James Gang for many, many years, but until earlier this year I had never thought to listen to this outstanding live album. Why didn’t anyone tell me!? This rocks and rolls and kicks and wails from start to finish. As another reviewer asked; where is the expanded version of this concert? There certainly HAS to be more in vaults where this splendid set came from. (Donald E. Gilliland)...... 

Personnel: 
Jim Fox (drums, vocals, percussion, guitar) 
Dale Peters (bass, vocals, percussion) 
Joe Walsh (vocals, guitar, organ) 

James Gang "Live Carnegie Hall, NYC 5/15/71" (bootleg) Tracklist 

1. Funk #49 
2. Ashtonpark 
3. Stop 
4. You're Gonna Need Me 
5. Take A Look Around 
6. Tend My Garden 
7. White Man, Black Man 
8. Thanks 
9. Garden Gate 
10. Again 
Disc Two - 46:30 
1. The Ashes, The Rain, And I 
2. Walk Away 
3. Woman 
4. Lost Woman 
5. Johnny B. Goode 
6. The Bomber 

James Gang "Live In Concert 71" 

Tracklist 
A1 Stop 4:05 
A2 You're Gonna Need Me 7:30 
A3 Take A Look Around 3:50 
A4 Tend My Garden 3:45 
A5 Ashes, The Rain & I 2:40 
B1 Walk Away 3:30 
B2 Lost Woman 18:20 

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