Smiths, The - Live At The Electric Ballroom download album
- Performer: Smiths, The
- Title: Live At The Electric Ballroom
- Genre: Other
- Formats: MMF DXD MP2 AIFF FLAC ASF WMA
- MP3 album: 1252 mb
- FLAC album: 1337 mb
- Rating: 4.1/5
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The Electric Ballroom. Confrontational Earnest Earthy Gritty Passionate Self-Conscious Street-Smart Swaggering. Hanging Out Late Night Partying. This Atlanta concert wasn't issued in recorded form for two decades. Archival releases of this sort tend to be for collectors only, but this is a cut above the standard. The sound is very good, the band is pretty tight, and Freddie King solos with fire and sings with conviction, sticking mostly to covers of warhorses like "Dust My Broom," "Key to the Highway," and "Sweet Home Chicago
CFC 11. bug in a breeze 12. hate song 13. lemonade baby Live bootleg live album - recorded exactly 16 years ago today. 2 million sales gold album and single selling over 4 million 2 brit nominations johnny depp played on 2 albums and directed unloveable in b/w on youtube. 2 novels/1 short story. music for films plus pilot of The Abbey starring Russell Brand, Miranda Hart, Reece Shearsmith etc. over 100 releases in the last 4 years. Live show trailer : don't listen to the song watch the video. Black Ghost, Union Jack Ghost taster.
Complete Album stats. Last updated: 29 Dec 2018, 15:22 Etc/UTC. More from this Artist. The Smiths Electric Ballroom, London - Dec 19, 1983 Dec 19 1983. The Smiths Danceteria, New York, NY - Dec 31, 1983 Dec 31 1983.
The Smiths - Live At The Electric Ballroom (19 December 1983) THE SMITHS -Sweet And Tender Hooligan- USA CD Single w "What's The World (Live)".
Tracklist: 01. Introduction - 0:07 02. That's Alright - 2:49 03. Interview - 0:45 04. Dust My Broom - 2:31 05. Interview - 0:16 06.
Live At The Electric Ball. has been added to your Cart. This is a great live blues CD-I call it the 70's counterpart to . King's famously heralded "Live At The Regal" from the 60's. Freddie King sings and plays like a man possessed by a blue devil! The sound quality is pretty good, not great, but good enough to capture the artistry of this short-lived bluesman. The radio studio cuts on acoustic provide a glimpse of another side of Freddie King's guitar talents that are largely unknown-solo acoustic. He modestly claims that he's out of his element playing an acoustic, but he does a great job, of course . Maybe not the first album to purchase as an introduction to King's artistry. 2 people found this helpful.