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Live At The Troubadour

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Category: Country
Producer: John Denver Alben anzeigen
Erstellt von: BeefEater
Erstellt am: 31. Januar 2016
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West Hollywood, CA - September 1, 1971. Excellent Pre-FM

As any fan realises, soundboard John Denver are hard to come by, so here’s a nice radio show. It’s interesting that three years later on An Evening With John Denver, John had roughly the same kind of audience response to Saturday Night In Toledo, Ohio. You could even say that by 1971, he had already honed his live show. Looking back, his Take Me Home anecdote is really touching.

Recorded shortly after his first No. 1 hit, this 1971 recording documents the days of John Denver as a folksinger. (At the time) John mostly sings other people’s songs - he only penned four of the songs in this show… John couldn’t stick to the original words on Merle Haggard’s “Okie”, so he adds two verses from Pat Sky’s parody of the song. Hilarious!

The three bonus tracks are all from Bandersnatch Coffeehouse, Granville, OH, March 15, 1969. At the time, The Mitchell Trio had already broken up, but it was before John’s first solo album.

It was a reel to reel tape and the individual listing it had not listened to it. The tape came from a collection of a Los Angeles radio broadcaster, Will Thornbury (now deceased), whose hobby was documenting all kinds of live broadcasts, mostly jazz but some rock and pop. Some were taped at the station and some on his home equipment. I thought it was worth the risk, so I bought it. I don’t have a reel to reel player, so I enlisted the help of John Marlowe and Cindy McArthur and we got it converted to digital. The quality was better than I had hoped.

It was recorded on September 1, 1971 and broadcast the following day on KDAY radio station AM 1580.

It is interesting to listen to the stories, particularly the introduction to Take Me Home, Country Roads as it was the No. 1 song in the US at that time. Also, the tape has the only known recording of John singing Tom Paxton’s I Lost My Heart On a 747.

Datum 01.09.1971
Setlist 01 - Starwood in Aspen
02 - Carolina in My Mind
03 - Readjustment Blues
04 - Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream
05 - Saturday Night In Toledo, Ohio
06 - Leaving On a Jet Plane
07 - I Lost My Heart On A 747
08 - Intro to May We Help You Today
09 - May We Help You Today
10 - Poems, Prayers & Promises
11 - Intro to Okie From Muskogee
12 - Okie from Muskogee-Okie Parody
13 - Intro to Take Me Home, Country Roads
14 - Take Me Home, Country Roads
15 - That's The Way It's Gonna Be
16 - Cindy's Cryin
17 - Civil War Suite
Recording Typ Radio/FM
Source Compact Cassette
Qualität Excellent
Format MP3
Bitrate 256 kbps
Playtime (min:sek) 72:14
Anzahl CD 1
Dateigrösse (MB) 114,41
Cover Front, Back
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Archiv Passwort soundboard.cf

Location

The Troubadour, West Hollywood, United States

Website: johndenver.com

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