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Dec. 31, 1976
Really Rockin Deal! The end of '76 into the magical 77! There some magic at this show. Great setlist selection by the band that night. really smart!
May 14, 1974
Adams Field House, U of Montana
Very clear Keith at the end. Very Smooth!
Sept. 25, 1976
Flawless Scarlet! Must Listen! A+
Sept. 25, 1976
Tasty Sugar Mag. Gets kinda Cajun when they go she can dance a Cajun river..
Not Fade Away
May 6, 1970
Kresge Plaza - MIT
Solid NFA coming out of St. Stephen, Intro Jam has a very St.Stephen feel they kind of blend the 2 songs 1st, great sounds very crunchy Gibson tone!!
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March 28, 1981
OMG! That first solo by Jerry is scorching(the others are red hot too)! Prob my favorite Althea!
Greatest Story Ever Told
March 16, 1973
The transition out of Betha is unreal, Keith sounds soo amazing, love the keys into.
June 6, 1991
Deer Creek Music Center
Right on! this is a must listen even for the not so 90's fans. The band's energy is top notch and Vince Steals the vocals from bob to drive the crowd wild!
Playin' In The Band
Scarlet Begonias -> Fire On The Mountain
Eyes Of The World
Way To Go Home, Boston Garden, Sept. 29, 1993
Brother Esau, Warfield Theatre, March 30, 1983
I Need A Miracle, Hampton Coliseum, May 4, 1979
A truly phenomenal intro ...
Relentless. Nothing but smoke. ...
Goosebumps every single time. ...
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