Sunday, October 19, 2008

UFO - Live (1972) @flac

LIVE captures the original line-up in-concert, and it's interesting to hear the band in their formative stages. Half of the six songs are amped up covers ... Full Description of classics, such as Eddie Cochran's "C'mon Everybody," Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love," and Paul Butterfield's "Loving Cup."

Reissue of 1972 Decca release that featured Mick Bolton on guitar. Six tracks, including 'Who Do You Love', 'LovingCup' and 'C'mon Everybody'. Also features the original coverart. 1998 Repertoire release.

Before guitarist Michael Schenker joined UFO in 1974, the band was a hard rocking blues band, taking their cue from such established artists as Led Zeppelin and Johnny Winter. On early albums like their self-titled debut and FLYING, the group featured original guitarist Mick Bolton, whose blues feel was the exact opposite of his replacement's highly technical speed runs.

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Anonymous said...

First I want to say, thanks a lot for all the great music you are posting here. Much appreciated! By any chance do you have the new Mott the Hoople / Ian Hunter anthology - Old Records never Die? Thanks again.

. said...

Sorry, do not have that...