Live At Rockpalast 2006

Chris Farlowe

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2
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2-5 days
Genre
Blues, Rock
Label
Mig Music
Released
June 14, 2019

Format: Vinyl (LP)

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Description

Many of us have experienced one of our 60s musical heroes croaking dismally through their greatest hits, but anyone disappointed at the decline of one of their favorites should check out a gig by Chris Farlowe. One of the most soulful singers of the era and best known for his classic version of Jagger-Richards? ?Out Of Time?, Farlowe is still performing magnificently as this splendid live set recorded in March 2006 at the Crossroads Festival, Bonn, proves beyond any shadow of a doubt.

These days Farlowe mainly uses The Norman Beaker Band as accompanists, because as well as being a great band and a great laugh they are all, like Farlowe himself, non-smokers. Norman Beaker accompanies Farlowe on guitar throughout on this live set from 2006 that finds both Farlowe and the band John Price (bass), Dave Baldwin (keyboards), Damian Hand (sax), Paul Burgess (drums) and Nikolay Arutyunov (on guest vocals) on blistering form with Farlowe himself displaying all the poise, charm and class that originally built his reputation.

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Key Value
Catalogue number MIG90841
Barcode 0885513908414
Number of items 2
Imported No
Weight 456g
Dimensions (LxWxH) 313mm x 6mm x 313mm

Disc 1

Track Listing — Disc 1, Side 1

Song Title Time
1. Blues As Blues Can Get 07:18
2. I'll Sing The Blues For You 07:13
3. Handbags And Gladrags 05:56

Track Listing — Disc 1, Side 2

Song Title Time
1. Piece Of Mind 05:17
2. Stormy Monday Blues 08:43
3. I Don't Want To Sing The Blues No More 03:50

Disc 2

Track Listing — Disc 2, Side 1

Song Title Time
1. Lovin' Arms 04:08
2. Tough On Me, Tough On You 07:44
3. Out Of Time 04:20

Track Listing — Disc 2, Side 2

Song Title Time
1. Miss You Fever 06:21
2. All Or Nothing 04:07
3. Rock And Roll Soldier 05:54