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Various Artists - Live at the South Dallas Pop Festival 1970 album mp3
  • Performer:
    Various Artists
  • Title:
    Live at the South Dallas Pop Festival 1970
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  • Date of release:
    July 15, 2003
  • Recording date:
    June 22, 1970
  • Duration:
    01:10:08
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    1304 megabytes
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    1621 megabytes
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Recorded Monday June 22, 1970. 9pm-2am, Central Forest Club, Dallas, Texas. Tracks aren't titled. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All.

Live at the Isle of Wight Festival is a double live album by The Who, recorded at the Isle of Wight Festival on 29 August 1970, and released in 1996. A DVD of the concert was also released for the first time in 1996. The Who were one year and three months into their Tommy tour when they played their second engagement at the Isle of Wight Festival. As in 1969, they played most of their famous rock opera, which by this time was quite familiar to the festival crowd

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Among the artists billed in various promotional materials and programs but who did not perform at the festival were: Captain Beefheart, Ginger Baker's Air Force, Taos, Jethro Tull, Ravi Shankar, Country Joe and the Fish, Judy Collins, Rotary Connection, and Sly and the Family Stone. Not long after the festival, little-known country singer Paul Wilson recorded a song called "Hippie Invasion" about what he considered to be the seamier side of the festival crowds, which was released on a 45 rpm record by Country Town Records. In 1971, Savage Grace, one of the. a b c d e West, Kirk (11 September 2002),Liner notes, Live at the Atlanta International Pop Festival: July 3 & 5, 1970. a b c d e Abram, Malcolm X. (Summer 2000). Byron Pop, 1970 – Woodstock, Middle Georgia Style".

The 1970s unfurled as a paradox of both striking diversity and remarkable coherence: From high-concept prog nerds and high-octane guitar solo to high-heeled glam-rockers and rough-and-ready punks, the decade saw the rise and dominance of the tement. The Idiot presents what is probably Iggy Pop’s darkest release, and rightfully so, given the period of his life during which it was recorded. The live tracks are mostly improvised, which is one reason Bill Bruford renamed the album Braless and Slightly Slack. But the pieces are mostly chafe-free, cropped down to spiky instrumentals that highlight the Robert Fripp-David Cross frontline of sharp guitar and under-the-breath violin and mellotron, all gnashed against Bruford’s clatterwork.

It features their two performances at the 1970 Atlanta Pop Festival in Byron, Georgia. The festival took place nearly a year before the concerts that appear on At Fillmore East. Highlights include a "Mountain Jam" on which Johnny Winter guests. While the album cover and second disc are labeled as being July 5, the second performance did not take place until 3:50 AM on the 6th according to the liner notes. Disc one: "7/3/1970". Disc two: "7/5/1970".

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Credits

Melvin Artis - Bass
Bishop Berry - Sax (Baritone)
Roger Boykin - Guitar, Liner Notes, Producer
Harold Carrol - Trumpet
Finnell Clark - Trombone
Howard Davis - Keyboards
Egon - Producer
Eddie Finley - Primary Artist
Paul Garrett - Guitar
Cleveland Gaye - Trombone
Ronald "Foots" Glover - Drums
Eugene Goff - Guitar
Monica Harris - Primary Artist
Charles Hunt - MC, Trombone
Marchel Ivery - Saxophone
Nick Kennedy - Percussion
Mama Dee - Trumpet
Richard Manson - Photography
Mickey McKinney - Bass
Artulla "Beau" Miller - Trumpet
Wayne Money - Organ, Producer
William Penn - Guitar
Perry - Drums
George Pharmes - Bass
Anthony Phillips - Guitar
Eddie Purrell - Primary Artist
Willie "Maceo 2" Rhodes - Sax (Tenor)
William A. Richardson - Drums
Matt Rowlands - Art Direction
Wendell Sneed - Drums, Producer
Soul 71 - Primary Artist
Emry Thomas - Drums
Harvey VanBolden - Sax (Tenor)
Les Watson - Primary Artist, Vocals
John "Icewater" White - Trumpet
"Sweet" George Williams - Sax (Tenor)
Robert Wilson - Trumpet

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 [Untitled Track] 3:56
2 [Untitled Track] 3:41
3 [Untitled Track] Soul 71 3:07
4 [Untitled Track] Soul 71 4:36
5 [Untitled Track] Soul 71 4:46
6 [Untitled Track] Soul 71 / Eddie Purrell 0:35
7 [Untitled Track] Soul 71 / Eddie Purrell 3:54
8 [Untitled Track] Soul 71 / Monica Harris 0:48
9 [Untitled Track] Soul 71 / Monica Harris 5:06
10 [Untitled Track] 0:28
11 [Untitled Track] 5:17
12 [Untitled Track] 1:51
13 [Untitled Track] 3:40
14 [Untitled Track] 6:42
15 [Untitled Track] 2:30
16 [Untitled Track] 2:49
17 [Untitled Track] 2:26
18 [Untitled Track] Eddie Finley 0:58
19 [Untitled Track] Eddie Finley 2:57
20 [Untitled Track] 2:27
21 [Untitled Track] 5:33
22 [Untitled Track] Les Watson 0:45
23 [Untitled Track] 1:16