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Saturday, March 15, 2008

Rockpile BBC A Mess of Blues Live 1977 @ 192 Rescued From Hear Rock City

Tracks 1-9: BBC Paris Theatre
London April 7th, 1977
Tracks 10-13: John Peel Show
BBC February 8th, 1977

Down Down Down
Back to Schooldays
I Knew the Bride
A Mess of the Blues
They Called it Rock
I Hear You Knockin'
Here Comes the Weekend
So Fine
Heart of the City
Ju Ju Man
Heart of the City
I Knew the Bride
Down Down Down
Run Rudolph Run


Britinvdon said...

Nargo, you are once again the man! I was lucky enough to have seen Rockpile five times in their short lifespan including one incredible show at the Palladium (NYC) which was broadcast on WLIR-FM. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

this is fantastic! these bootlegs are amazing! this is a terrific show from a cooking band, one of those musician's bands.. thanks for the free and iron butterfly ... this site is just heaven!! that ufo gig rocks like billy-o.. fabulous show. thanks thank you sooooo much tony.... zenwarrior

slik said...

Great Rockpile. Thanks for this.

oldrocker99 said...

I only saw them once, fronting Elvis in '79, but what a band!