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Features Song Lyrics for Graham Parker's BBC Live in Concert album.
Tracks 1-2, 17 recorded live 3/17/1977 Tracks 3-9 recorded live 4/3/1979 Tracks 10-14 recorded live 4/21/1982 Track 15 recorded live in session 1/3/1990 Track 16 recorded live in session 1/5/1991.
This compilation of live performances by Graham Parker with and without his backup band, the Rumour, draws from five separate concerts held between March 1977 and May 1991. But that range is slightly deceptive, since 12 of the 17 tracks are derived from just two shows, an April 1979 gig featuring the Rumour and promoting the acclaimed Squeezing Out Sparks LP and an April 1982 "solo" appearance in connection with the release of Another Grey Area.
BBC Live In Concert - One Hundred Punks. Title BBC Live In Concert - One Hundred Punks.
Graham Parker - Howling Wind. Graham Parker - Live In Concert (1996) FLAC/04. Graham Parker - Discovering Japan. Graham Parker - Live In Concert (1996) FLAC/05. Graham Parker - Local Girls. Graham Parker - Live In Concert (1996) FLAC/06. Graham Parker - Don't Get Excited. Graham Parker - Live In Concert (1996) FLAC/07. Graham Parker - Back to School Days. Graham Parker - Live In Concert (1996) FLAC/08. Graham Parker - Passion is No Ordinary Word. Graham Parker - Live In Concert (1996) FLAC/09
Graham Parker and the Rumour appeared on BBC television's Top of the Pops in 1977, performing their version of The Trammps' "Hold Back the Night" from The Pink Parker EP, a Top 30 UK hit in March 1977. At this point, Parker began to change his songwriting style, hoping to break into the American market. The companion live album Live Sparks, was sent to US radio stations as part of a concerted promotional campaign. The end of The Rumour (1980). Bob Andrews left The Rumour in early 1980, and was not officially replaced. Live In San Francisco 1979, 2009. Live Alone At The Freight And Salvage, 2012. Official Bootleg Box, 2014.
Graham Parker recorded at the Hammersmith Odeon in London in 1982, plus BBC sessions from the Phantom Band and Nazareth. Presented by Chris Hawkins. Last on. Fri 27 May 2016 02:30.
At Hammersmith Odeon show, and Live From BBC Sight and Sound in 1977. Discs five and six are ‘Live From The London Forum’, these never before heard recordings are taken from Graham Parker & The Rumour’s last ever live show in 2015, and also feature the legendary Rumour Brass Section for the first time since 1980. A specially recorded live show taken from Graham Parker & The Rumour’s last ever tour, last year at The Brook in Southampton makes up the first 21 tracks, and this is followed by rare archive solo performances in the late 70’s on TV shows including Top of the Pops and The Old Grey Whistle Test. Alongside this, there is a 36-page hardcover book, featuring a new interview with Graham and an overview written by Holly A. Hughes, as well as a poster and 3 postcards.
First of the Big Bands – BBC Live in Concert 1974. First of the Big Bands – BBC Live in Concert 1974 is a live album recorded on September 12, 1974 at the London Palladium by Tony Ashton and Jon Lord and their all-star band featuring Ian Paice, Carmine Appice, Dick Parry and Max Middleton among others. The setlist features mainly songs off the album First of the Big Bands by Ashton & Lord, released in 1974
|1||–Graham Parker And The Rumour||Hold Back The Night|
|2||–Graham Parker And The Rumour||Soul Shoes|
|3||–Graham Parker And The Rumour||Howling Wind|
|4||–Graham Parker And The Rumour||Discovering Japan|
|5||–Graham Parker And The Rumour||Local Girls|
|6||–Graham Parker And The Rumour||Don't Get Excited|
|7||–Graham Parker And The Rumour||Back To Schooldays|
|8||–Graham Parker And The Rumour||Passion Is No Ordinary Word|
|9||–Graham Parker And The Rumour||Mercury Poisoning|
|10||–Graham Parker||Dark Side Of the Bright Lights|
|11||–Graham Parker||Nobody Hurts You|
|12||–Graham Parker||No More Excuses|
|13||–Graham Parker||Hit The Spot|
|14||–Graham Parker||Endless Night|
|15||–Graham Parker||My Love's Strong|
|16||–Graham Parker||They Murdered The Clown|
|17||–Graham Parker And The Rumour||Chain Of Fools|
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NotesTracks 1-2, 17 recorded live 3/17/1977
Tracks 3-9 recorded live 4/3/1979
Tracks 10-14 recorded live 4/21/1982
Track 15 recorded live in session 1/3/1990
Track 16 recorded live in session 1/5/1991
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|CELCD 039 (PM)||Graham Parker||BBC Live In Concert (CD, Comp)||Celebration||CELCD 039 (PM)||Spain||2000|
|PTN 61||Graham Parker||BBC Live In Concert (CD, Album, Promo)||True North||PTN 61||Canada||2000|
|SFRS CD 016||Graham Parker||BBC Live In Concert (CD, Album, Comp)||Strange Fruit||SFRS CD 016||UK||1997|
Performer: Graham Parker
Title: BBC Live In Concert
Date of release: 1996
Style: Pub Rock
Size MP3: 1497 mb
Size FLAC: 1709 mb
Rating: 4.6 / 5
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