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Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Captain Beefheart I'm Going To Do What I Want To @ 192

Sorry. No date or location on this one. I think this sat around for awhile. When I unpacked there was no location or date in the title. For the life of me I can't remember where it came from to go check the site for the info. Very nice sounding show.

Tropical Hot Dog Night
Nowadays A Woman's Gotta Hit A
Owed T' Alex
Dropout Boogie
Harry Irene
Abba Zaba
Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Mi
Old Fart At Play
Ice Rose
Moonlight On Vermont
The Floppy Boot Stomp
You Know You're A Man
Bat Chain Puller
When I See Mommy I Feel Like A
Veteran's Day Poppy
Safe As Milk
Suction Prints



slik said...

Thanks for the Capt Beefheart. Date dosent really matter, its all good.

Anonymous said...

On Saturday 18 November 1978 Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band performed at My Father's Place in Roslyn, Long Island, New York City. My Father's Place was located under a motorway bridge, held about 200 people and the patrons sat at long tables and could dine whilst listening if they wished. This astounding show was recorded and mixed directly to two-track tape.
mick d

Haag said...

It's live at My Father's Place, Roslyn, NY - 19 November 1978

Anonymous said...

thanx a lot i love mid 70s beefheart

beefheart fan said...

thank you this is wonderful stuff

Anonymous said...

My older brother is a longtime Beefheart fanatic. This excellent recording will make a great Xmas present for him. Thanks!:)