Happy birthday, Bob.
And here's Phish covering Quinn the Eskimo (Alpine Valley 2012)...
And here's the Grateful Dead in 1990 (with Bruce Hornsby)...
Marvin Gaye stopped performing live, with just a few exceptions, after his singing partner Tammi Terrell collapsed onstage from a brain tumor in October 1967. But with the success of his latest album, Let's Get it On, in 1973, he agreed to go back on the road in early 1974.
His backing musicians, aka The Funk Brothers, are the same Motown heavyweights that played on his and most of the other Motown music from 1959-1972 (when the company moved to Los Angeles) The playing is great and it showcases a nice but speedy melody of his older tunes as well as many cuts from Whats Going On and Let's Get it On, and those songs are the real gems on this recording.
The show was recorded at the Oakland Coliseum January 4, 1974.
FUEGO - Tracklisting:Fuego is the title. Not quite the "Wingsuit" that was presented during Halloween. Missing the cut from the dozen "Wingsuit" tunes: Snow, Pearls of Laughter and You Never Know. They also tweaked the title of Monica and added "Sing" to it. Sing Monica is the lone "pop song" on the album and clocks in at a radio-friendly 3:13.
1. Fuego (9:15)
2. The Line (5:21)
3. Devotion to a Dream (5:47)
4. Halfway to the Moon (6:34)
5. Winterqueen (4:21)
6. Sing Monica (3:13)
7. 555 (5:41)
8. Waiting All Night (4:58)
9. Wombat (3:18)
10. Wingsuit (6:05)
LCD Soundsystem 5/5/10 - Tracklist:
0:00 Drunk Girls
03:45 Pow Pow
11:30 Daft Punk is Playing at My House
16:58 I Can Change
32:14 Yeah Yeah Yeah
43:24 Losing My Edge
52:00 New York I Love You
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