Guitars101 - Guitar Forums banner
1 - 3 of 3 Posts

· Registered
5,061 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·

Todd and the Hello People
The Roxy
May 23rd, 1978

source: FM > ? > CDR > EAC > FLAC

i got this one from frank bubnick of trconnection. his words from that site:

"5/23/78 - Todd and the Hello People - The Roxy...

First nationwide simulcast of a concert transmitted via microwave. This show is the Roxy portion of the Back to the Bars (BTTB) album, unedited. Classic show with Todd pouring his heart out, he's really hitting his stride. Set list: Real Man, It Wouldn't..., Love of the Common Man, Lady Face (rare - only performed live), Love In Action, Never Neverland, You Cried Wolf (with Wolfman Jack), Range War (with Spencer Davis), Bread, Can We Still Be Friends, Black Maria, Don't You Ever Learn, Sometimes I Don't Know What To Fell (with Hall & Oates), Black and White (GREAT version), A Dream Goes On Forever, I'm So Proud Medley, Eastern Intrigue and Initiation (with Kasim Sultan), Couldn't I Just Tell You. Also includes the whole encore which was totally cut out of BTTB - Hello It's Me (which feature Stevie Nicks singing harmony with Todd which was totally cut from BTTB), Hang On Sloopy, She's Gone, and Just One Victory. It's cool to hear wghat happens after Todd says "It's sing along night for the Woodstock generation" at the end of BTTB. Excellent quality. This is the best quality I've heard of this show and was made from a master cassette from FM. Sound quality is fairly clear and features great bass punch, highs are a bit rolled-off but seem to improve as the show moves along. J Hananvan CD."

also included are the wonderful acapella station id's offered by the village people making this a true gem. a big thanks to mr. bubnick for sending this to me!!


Intro from Wolfman Jack
Real Man
It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference
Love of the Common Man
Lady Face
Love In Action
Never, Neverland
You Cried Wolf
Station ID's #1
Range War
Can We Still Be Friends
Black Maria
Don't You Ever Learn
Station ID's #2
Sometime's I Don't Know Wat To Feel


Black and White
A Dream Goes On Forever
Station ID's #3
Motown Medley ending with I Saw The Light
Station ID's #4
Eastern Intrigue
Couldn't I Just Tell You
Hello It's Me
Hang On Sloopy
She's Gone
Just One Victory

anyone creative soul have some artwork for this, i'd appreciate it greatly!


kinlin, october 2004

1 - 3 of 3 Posts