Costello - live at hollywood high album download
Live at Hollywood High (officially released as Live at Hollywood High/The Costello Show Vol. 2) is a recording by Elvis Costello and the Attractions from a 1978 concert at Hollywood High School in Los Angeles, California. Three songs from the concert were originally included as a bonus 7" vinyl EP that sold with initial pressings of the Armed Forces album in 1979.
Elvis Costello And The Attractions – Live At Hollywood High. Etichetta: Hip-O Records – B001381802. Serie: Elvis Costello - The Costello Show – 2. Formato: CD, Album. Reissue mastered at Digiprep, Los Angeles. Original Hollywood High material courtesy of Jeff Wong. Artwork is with a small logo of the series on front. Codice a barre e altri identificatori. Sello: Hip-O Records – B001381802. Código de Barras y Otros Identificadores.
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Live at Hollywood High originally appeared as a three-song EP accompanying Elvis Costello’s 1979 album Armed Forces. It’s expanded here to include the 20 songs that comprised the full concert, and filled out with a batch of previously unreleased tracks. The resulting album careens from great song to great song, most dereived from Costello’s first two classics My Aim Is True and This Year’s Model. Is it essential? Not quite, particularly if you already own the oft-bootlegged Live At The El Mocambo, a slightly better early concert recording finally released officially last year