Saturday, February 21, 2009

Firefall - Royal Oak 1979

FIREFALL

Royal Oak Theater, Royal Oak, Michigan

April 18, 1979

Rick Roberts (vocals, guitar)
Larry Burnett (vocals, guitar)
Jock Bartley (lead guitar, vocals)
Mark Andes (bass)
Michael Clarke (drums)
David Muse (keyboards, saxophone, percussion, flute, harmonica)


01. CINDERELLA
02. MEXICO
03. GOODBYE I LOVE YOU
04. GET YOU BACK
05. JUST REMEMBER I LOVE YOU
06. SWEET AND SOUR
07. NO WAY OUT
08. WRONG SIDE OF TOWN
09. LIPS
10. ANYMORE
11. STRANGE WAY
12. LIVIN' AIN'T LIVIN'


7 comments:

sydbarrett said...

many thanks again Rockin-Byrd.
Best wishes
Paul

david said...

Any chance of a re-up on this, RB ? Thanks ! Surprisingly little available for this band who were pretty popular for a while.

Rocking--Byrd said...

David, it all depends on what you call "little available". There must be more than 10 "unofficial" recordings by them on this blog only.

Reup coming soon.

Rocking--Byrd said...

New link 2017-03-05

http://www7.zippyshare.com/v/it76WRIo/file.html

david said...

RB, Thanks for the new link. I guess I should have qualified. I didn't mean on your site in particular. For a band that was around during that time, one would expect to see a lot more shows that were taped, seeing as they did hundreds of gigs. Some of their contemporaries have a lot more live shows floating around, so to speak. I haven't seen any others in many years of trading, or on other sites
, only the ones you have on your blog and the ones I taped myself. One can understand no Original Byrds, or 60's stuff in general that pre-dates casstte recorders and FM broadcasts,, but Firefall was around latter. Maybe there's more out there somewhere....Thanks again for the new link, and for all the other great shows.

Rocking--Byrd said...

David,

The big mystery is that there's no concert available by the original Byrds 1965-1966. There are lots of officially released or floating around live recordings by other bands of the same era.

david said...

That is surprising, and unfortunate. To have but one show from Ciros ! They did a lot of gigs during that time, so one would think some tapes must have been made. They played a lot at the Fillmore 66-67 ( the 4 piece Byrds). There's tapes of other bands from that same era around, but no Byrds. Someone must have those tapes somewhere. If they haven't surfaced by now, it's doubtful they ever will.