Live On The King Biscuit Flower Hour (CD, Album). Celebration (3). CELCD 029.
King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents: Deep Purple in Concert is a live album taken from a Deep Purple performance originally broadcast on the King Biscuit Flower Hour, released in July 1995. It contains concert material recorded on 27 February 1976 at Long Beach Arena, Los Angeles, CA featuring the Mark IV line-up with Tommy Bolin.
King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents in Concert. King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents in Concert is a live solo album by John Entwistle, Who was the bassist for English rock band The Who. In March 1975, John Entwistle embarked on a five-week tour of the United States, opening for Humble Pie. They recorded one of the shows for broadcast on the King Biscuit Flower Hour.
Considering the sheer popularity of the original four-piece 10cc, surprisingly little extracurricular material has crept out of the vaults. The BBC still sits on a pair of 1974 radio sessions, while VHS and DVD collections routinely ignore the band's many television performances (including a brilliant 1974 In Concert performance). The earliest non-studio recording to have actually made it onto the shelves, then, was their November 1975 King Biscuit Flour Hour performance, a set that has since been reissued under a bewildering variety of titles, including this strikingly misdated effort.
With its Massive American radio audience, the King Biscuit Flower Hour gave Lake's fans in the states a chance to hear him with this powerful guitar driven band, before they started their American leg of the tour. Now, gladly, it's out on ., a concert to be cherished. It was imperative for Lake to have a solo band as good as the one he was able to assemble for the tour this album comes from. All five had worked on Lake's solo album along with members of Toto, ex King Crimson drummer Mike Giles, and Bruce Springsteen sidekick Clarence Clemmons on sax. First as a founding member, lead vocalist, writer and bassist for King Crimson, and then, as a superstar for a decade in . Greg Lake was among the pioneers of the Progressive Rock Movement.
|4||Old Wild Men||5:02|
|6||Somewhere In Hollywood||7:06|
|8||Ships Don't Disappear In The Night, Do They?||5:15|
|9||The Worst Band In The World||3:37|
|10||The Wall Street Shuffle||3:58|
NotesRecorded Live at Santa Monica Civic Center 11/11/1975
|70710-88003-2||10cc||King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents 10cc In Concert (CD, Album)||King Biscuit Flower Hour Records||70710-88003-2||US||1995|
|SRCS 8124||10cc||King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents 10cc In Concert (CD, Album)||King Biscuit Flower Hour Records||SRCS 8124||Japan||1996|
|TCCCD 02010104||10cc||In Concert (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Not On Label (10cc)||TCCCD 02010104||Russia||2000|
|6007014-2||10cc||King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents 10cc In Concert (CD)||Abril Music||6007014-2||Brazil||1999|
|72435 24595 2 0||10cc||Live (CD, Album, Comp)||EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets||72435 24595 2 0||US||2000|