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Looking for it for a very long time.
Lead Vocals, Guitar – Charlie Huhn
Humble Pie - 1990 - Live At The Cleveland Agora Theatre
1 Four Day Creep
2 C'Mon Everybody
3 Stone Cold Fever
4 Fool For A Pretty Face
5 Natural Born Woman
6 Say What You Will
7 All Shook Up
8 We're Rockin'
Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes -
September 13, 1976
WMMS FM Broadcast w/Kid Leo Intro
The Jukes first ever appearance in Cleveland.
1 Intro / Come See About Me
2 Fannie Mae
3 Without Love
5 got to get you off my mind
6 Snatchin' It Back
7 Walking By Myself...
February 4, 1974
FM > Unknown Generation > CDR (received in trade) > Tau Analyzer v1.2 > Flac
01 Don't Get Yourself In Trouble > Little Gandy Dancer
02 Give It Time
03 Welcome Home
04 Hold Back The Water
05 Blue Collar
06 Give Me Your Money Please...
Rory have some fans here (included myself).
I ehanced a classical sdb boot record.
well I saw some folks were hunting this show and I went sleuthing thru the net and lookie! :dancingna I found it Lossless! :biggrin:
another AGORA show to add to the Flock here! :icon_head :clap: :dance:
Bob Marley and the Wailers
Live at the Agora Ballroom
Cleveland, OH June 16, 1975
The Agora - Cleveland, Ohio
November 15, 1972
Soundboard @ 320 kbps
Really good sound on this one, especially since Croce boots are so hard to find, in decent quality no less. Good show with some really great stories.
1- Operator (That's Not The Way It Feels)
2- It Doesn't Have To Be...
Here's another MSB boot I've come across (big thanks to the guy who lead me to it :clap:!), this time from the Cleveland Agora, broadcast on the legendary WMMS on February 17, 1982. Despite being an FM Broadcast, sound quality is a little rough (some kind of crackling throughout), surely a fault...
The Michael Stanley Band never quite hit it big nationally, but they had a few Top 40 hits in the early-80's, and they were the pride of their native Cleveland, Ohio. This is an earlier boot of theirs, as broadcast in 1975 on Cleveland's WMMS. This appears to be a rebroadcast from when WMMS...