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Thursday, June 28, 2007

Cheap Trick 1977 Oct. 31 Rockford, Illinois @ 192

Hello There
Come On Come On
Elo Kiddies
Taxman Mr. Thief
Your'e All Talk
Southern Girls
Radio Announcer
Ain't That A Shame
Please Mrs. Henry
I Want You To Want Me
Down By The Bay
Goodnight Now



Anonymous said...

Thanks for the Cheap Trick posts!

Would you happen to have Cheap Trick at the L.A. Forum from
31 December 1979?

slik said...

Thanks for this.
I've been looking for a good sounding performance of "Please Mrs Henry" Great stuff.

Anonymous said...

Hi, great blog, thanks very much for all the time you put into it. You have great taste! Just a quick note, this Trick concert is always listed as being a Halloween show, but that's wrong. I'd guess the original bootlegger (Excitable Recordworks) fudged the date just so they could give their boot the clever title "Trick Or Treat." The show actually took place on Oct. 8, '77, at the Rockford Armory. It was rebroadcast in recent years by a Chicago radio station, which is where we get the correct date. No biggie, just thought I'd let everyone know. Thanks again for the music!

Art said...

Ahh, the WXRT concert series. I have a ton of great stuff from them. Every Sunday night they broadcast a different show.

Thanks a bunch for this show!