Atomic Rooster: Live At The BBC & German TV

Atomic Rooster SKU: 35806882
Atomic Rooster: Live At The BBC & German TV

Atomic Rooster: Live At The BBC & German TV

Atomic Rooster SKU: 35806882

Format: CD

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Title: Live At The BBC & German TV
Artist: Atomic Rooster
Label: Repertoire
UPC: 4009910133620
Genre: Rock

UK three disc (two CDs + NTSC/Region 0 DVD) set featuring live BBC recordings from Paris Theatre London 1972, and Beat Club on German TV 1972. An outstanding keyboard player and composer, Vincent Crane was the founder of Atomic Rooster, one of the finest progressive rock groups of the super-charged Seventies. When he teamed up with soul singer Chris Farlowe, the mighty Rooster became even more exciting. We can enjoy the fruits their dynamic collaboration one more time, thanks to this unmissable collection of historic recordings from the archives. Our package includes an audio CD Live In London 1972 from a BBC radio show that has Chris singing Rooster classics like 'Devil's Answer', backed by Vincent's powerhouse organ. DVD and CD versions of The Lost Broadcasts reveal early 1970s color video footage and audio from German TV's Beat Club. Chris Farlowe sings different takes of 'Black Snake' and 'Breakthrough' and the frantic guitar of the late John Du Cann is included on tracks like 'Sleeping For Years' and 'I Can't Take Anymore'. Extensive CD liner notes by Repertoire's Chris Welch tell the story of the band with contributions from Chris Farlowe recalling his days in Atomic Rooster.

1.1 Breakthrough
1.2 Stand By Me
1.3 People You Can't Trust
1.4 A Spoonful of Bromide Helps the Pulse Rate Go Down
1.5 All in Satan's Name
1.6 Devil's Answer
2.1 Save Me
2.2 Sleeping for Years
2.3 Vug
2.4 Tomorrow Night
2.5 I Can't Take Any More
2.6 Black Snake (Version 1)
2.7 Breakthrough (Version 1)
2.8 Black Snake (Version 2)
2.9 Breakthrough (Version 2)
2.10 Breakthrough (Version 3)
3.1 Save Me
3.2 Sleeping for Years 03 Vug
3.3 Tomorrow Night
3.4 I Can't Take Any More
3.5 Black Snake (Version 1)
3.6 Breakthrough (Version 1)
3.7 Black Snake (Version 2)
3.8 Breakthrough (Version 2)
3.9 Breakthrough (Version 3)
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