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Titles :
Gimme, gimme, gimme / Every man should know (Queenie) / Good morning / Dry county / Rollin' & Tumblin' / Fly away / Road fever / Trouble in mind / Train, train / Highway song / Howay the lads

Musicians :
Rickey Medlocke : guitar, vocals
Charlie Hargrett : guitar
Jakson Spires : drums, vocals
Greg T.Walker : bass, vocals

Considered by many people as one of greatest live albums of southern rock history, it was a great pleasure to learn about the release of this album as a cd after the re-issues of the poor "Siogo" and "Vertical smiles". So, let's enjoy the atmosphere of this 1982 tour in England.
Blackfoot is at the top of its art. The album starts with "Gimme, Gimme, Gimme", one of the greatest rock'n roll from Blackfoot. The albums continues with brutality and sensitivity, the guitars from Rickey Medlocke (now with Lynyrd Skynyrd) and Charlie Hargrett play that typical hard-blues feeling, the rhythm section with Greg T.Walker and Jakson Spires is so great. Of course, all the classics are on this album, "Good morning", "Train, Train", "Road fever", "Fly away", and the mythical "Highway song".
John Molet

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