New Riders Of The Purple Sage - Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA Dec 5 1972 album download
|Truck Drivin' Man||3:24|
|Whatcha Gonna Do||3:24|
|Hello Mary Lou||3:18|
|Down In The Boondocks||3:26|
|She's No Angel||3:08|
|Long Black Veil||4:20|
|I Don't Know You||4:39|
|Last Lonely Eagle||5:49|
|Willie And The Hand Jive||13:27|
|I Love To Sing My Ballad, Mama (But They Only Wanna Hear Me Rock N' Roll)||3:10|
|Honky Tonk Women||5:22|
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|KUF0052||New Riders Of The Purple Sage||Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA Dec 5 1972 (2xCDr)||KUFALA Recordings||KUF0052||US||2003|
Small Gathering Summer Road Trip. New Riders of the Purple Sage. Boston Music Hall, December 5, 1972. Instead of listening to chopped-up concerts from the 1972 tour, Grateful Dead and New Riders of the Purple Sage (NRPS) fans can listen to the whole show. Boston Music Hall, December 5, 1972 is the second NRPS release plucked out of the vault by Kufala, and qualifies as another rocking show from the band's classic years. The gig gets a jaunty kickoff with "Truck Drivin' Man," a good-time ode to life on the road, and then delves into the hippy-dippy "Watcha Gonna D.
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For the album, see New Riders of the Purple Sage (album). For the western music group, see Riders of the Purple Sage (band). For the Zane Grey novel, see Riders of the Purple Sage. This article includes a list of references, but its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. July 2009) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). New Riders of the Purple Sage in 2015 . In 1997, the New Riders of the Purple Sage split up. Dawson retired from music and moved to Mexico to become an English teacher. By this time, Nelson had started his own David Nelson Band. Boston Music Hall, 12/5/72. Veneta, Oregon, 8/27/72. Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX, 6/13/75.
Unlike the blue background of the other release these CDs have the silk screened text on a plain silver background. Mastering SID Code (Disc 1): XH368E0658580 80 PG1306. Mastering SID Code (Disc 2): XH368E0627380 80 PG1306.
Powerglide is the second album by the American band the New Riders of the Purple Sage. The music is a psychedelic hybrid of country rock, and includes guest musicians Jerry Garcia and Bill Kreutzmann from the Grateful Dead, along with noted session player Nicky Hopkins. The album contains six original tunes by the band, plus covers such as "I Don't Need No Doctor", "Hello Mary Lou", and "Willie and the Hand Jive".
More albums from New Riders Of The Purple Sage: Marin County Line by New Riders Of The Purple Sage. Vintage NRPS by New Riders Of The Purple Sage. Feelin’ All Right by New Riders Of The Purple Sage. The Adventures Of Panama Red by New Riders Of The Purple Sage. Brujo by New Riders Of The Purple Sage. Keep On Keepin’ On by New Riders Of The Purple Sage. Who Are Those Guys? by New Riders Of The Purple Sage. Home, Home On The Road by New Riders Of The Purple Sage. View all albums . Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA Dec 5 1972. By: New Riders Of The Purple Sage (2003, Rock). 1. Truck Drivin’ Man.
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Album Name Boston Music Hall, 12-05-72. Data wpisu 11 Listopad 2003. Recorded live at the Music Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 05/12/1972. Other productions from New Riders Of The Purple Sage.
Popular albums by this artist. The Adventures of Panama Red. Home, Home on the Road/Brujo. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.
Boston Music Hall, 12/5/72 is an album by the country rock band the New Riders of the Purple Sage. It was recorded live on December 5, 1972, at the Music Hall in Boston, Massachusetts, and released on November 11, 2003 Eric Andersen was the opening act at the Boston show. He sat in with the New Riders for their encore - his own song "I Love to Sing My Ballad, Mama" and the Rolling Stones' "Honky Tonk Women".