Additional highlights include a couple of supercharged blues numbers ("Rollin' and Tumblin'," "Trouble in Mind") and frontman Rick Medlocke's friendly rapport with the audience.
More albums from Blackfoot: No Reservations by Blackfoot. Rick Medlocke And Blackfoot by Blackfoot. Vertical Smiles by Blackfoot. King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents by Blackfoot. Flyin’ High by Blackfoot. After The Reign by Blackfoot.
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HIGHWAY SONG LIVE is a top-notch live album by Southern hard rockers Blackfoot. It was recorded in front of frenzied English and Scottish crowds, and it shows in the intensity of the band's performance. The crowds over there clearly appreciated Blackfoot's hard-charging Southern rock much more than did the Americans, who'd recently turned to AOR and heavy metal, in 1982. As a result, the band decided initially to only release the album overseas initially. It did get a CD release in the United States in 2002, although this remastered version is far better. There isnt bad song on this cd and if you blackfoot fans out there dont own this gem. make sure you get it.
Highway Song" proved to be another success for them later that year. The group toured frequently during 1979; late during the year they opened for the band The Who at the Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan while developing their next album, Tomcattin, which was released during 1980. They went on to release the album Marauder during 1981 and Highway Song Live during 1982. During the early 1980s, the "Southern rock" genre was considered passe by the pop music press, so the band began attempting to change their style somewhat. For their 1987 album Rick Medlocke and Blackfoot (their final album for Atlantic Records), the new group was attempting a more radio-style 1980s rock music sound. Jeff Stevens played bass guitar for one track. Many of the group's fans were not all that happy with the changes.
Gimme, Gimme, Gimme (Live). Your browser does not support the audio element. Every Man Should Know (Queenie). Rollin' and Tumblin' (Live).
Performer:Blackfoot Genre: Rock Title: Highway Song Live Released: 1982 Style: Southern Rock MP3 version ZIP size: 1456 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1108 mb Rating: 4.2 Votes: 793 Other Formats: AIFF MP2 MP1 ADX FLAC MPC AHX