- Performer:Medicine Head
- Title:Live in London
- Style:British Blues,Regional Blues
- Date of release:June 1, 2004
- Size FLAC version1320 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1901 megabytes
- Size WMA version1974 megabytes
- Formats:AIFF DMF WMA MOD MMF RA
Formed in Stafford, England in 1968, the British blues duo Medicine Head were comprised of umentalist John Fiddler and Peter Hope-Evans, who played the harmonica and jew's harp. Upo. ead Full Biography. New Bottles Old Medici. edicine Head. Dark Side of the Moon. Best of Medicine Head . ee Full Discography.
Tracklist: 1. There’s Always A Light, 2. Any Day Now, 3. Medicine Pony, 4. Thou Shalt Not Pass, 5. Expectation Blues, 6. To Train Time, 7. Call On Your Saviour (And Sing With The Drum), 8. Have No Fear, 9. You Got Me Rockin’ And Rollin’, 10. Once There Was A Day, 11. (Sometimes) Even The Moon Has No Face. More albums from Medicine Head: One & One Is One by Medicine Head. Thru’ A Five by Medicine Head. Two Man Band by Medicine Head. New Bottles Old Medicine by Medicine Head. Timepeace : Live In London -June 1975 by Medicine Head. View all albums . Heavy On The Drum.
Medicine Head - Heavy on the Drum (2012). London Live Music LP Records. London Live Recording Music CDs. This item doesn't belong on this page.
A slightly remastered version of the tracks can be found on the 2010 2CD release "Live At The BBC". Recording information: Recorded at the Paris Theatre, London, on 6th November 1982. Added by: sauerlandmetal. Modified by: Diamhea. Added on: 2010-07-07 14:19:55. Last modified on: 2016-03-20 12:22:09.
Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (Live). Written-By – B. Dylan. 20. Blue Suede Shoes (Live). Written-By – C. Perkins. 21. To Train Time (Live). Tracks 1 to 14 originally released as LP " New Bottles Old Medicine " in 1970. Tracks 15 & 16 originally released as single A and B-side in 1970. Tracks 17 & 18 originally released as single A and B-side in 1971. Tracks 1 to 16 recorded at CBS Studios, London. Tracks 17 & 18 recorded at Marquee Studios, London. Tracks 1 to 14 and 16 to 21 licensed from Dandelion Records. Track 15 licensed from John Fiddler.
Medicine Head was a British blues rock band – initially a duo – active in the 1970s. Their biggest single success was in 1973, with "One and One Is One, a Number 3-hit on the UK Singles Chart. The group recorded six original albums; the opening trio of which were on John Peel's Dandelion label. For most of its career, the group was a duo comprising: John Fiddler (born 25 September 1947, the Moxley area of Darlaston, Staffordshire, England) – (vocalist, guitarist, pianist and drummer).
Medicine Head - Rising Sun (1973). Medicine Head - Dark Side Of The Moon (1972) UK Heavy Psychedelic Blues Folk. Medicine Head - One and one is one 1973. Medicine Head - One And One Is One. Medicine Head One And One Is One (Full Version No Clapping). Medicine Head - Pictures in the Sky 1971. Medicine Head, The Best of Medicine Head (vinyl record).
CreditsMedicine Head - Primary Artist
|1||How Does It Feel||Medicine Head|
|2||Pictures in the Sky||Medicine Head|
|3||Two Men Now||Medicine Head|
|4||Home's Odyssey||Medicine Head|
|5||Mornin' Light||Medicine Head|
|6||Oh My Heart to Peace||Medicine Head|
|7||His Guiding Hand||Medicine Head|
|8||Walking Blues||Medicine Head|
|9||To Train Time/Rave On||Medicine Head|
|10||Blue Suede Shoes||Medicine Head|
|11||Five Long Years||Medicine Head|
|12||You Got Me Rockin' and Rollin'/Jenny, Jenny||Medicine Head|
|13||One and One Is One||Medicine Head|