Sunday, May 6, 2012

The Flying Burrito Brothers - Postaula, Bremen, Germany - October 4, 1976

The Flying Burrito Brothers – Postaula, Bremen 1976

Postaula, Bremen, Germany – October 4, 1976

Joel Scott-Hill (Guitar, Vocals)
Sneaky Pete Kleinow (Pedal Steel Guitar, Vocals)
Gib Guilbeau (Guitar, Fiddle, Vocals)

Skip Battin (Bass, Vocals)

Ed Ponder (Drums)

FM Broadcast

1. Shennandoah Valley Breakdown (1:34)
2. White Line Fever (3:24)
3. Wild Side Of Life (4:28)
4. Dim Lights, Thick Smoke (And Loud, Loud Music) (2:29)
5. Diggi Liggi Lo (2:48)
6. The Fugitive (I’m A Lonesome Fugitive) (3:37)
7. Toe Tappin' Music (3:09)
8. Border Town (3:50)
9. Quiet Man (4:04)
10. Waiting For Love To Begin (2:59)
11. Truck Drivin' Man (2:39)
12. Orange Blossom Special (4:45)

Artwork Included


Rocking--Byrd said...
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Aubrunner said...

Great show! Thanks!

dino said...

Great post!
This should be the same line-up that toured Japan and who recorded the great Close Encounters To The West Coast, isn't it?
Thank you very much Rocking Byrd...

Rocking--Byrd said...

No Dino, the Japanese tour happened in 1978 and Joel Scott-Hill was replaced with Greg Harris.

harrybyrd said...

This concert was the first time I could see some of my heroes live, only a stone's throw away from my home. I was a little disappointed as Gene Parsons had left just before the tour. The concert was short because the radio crew only needed about one hour of music and they had recorded another act the same evening (The Barbara Dickson Band). A few songs were left out of the broadcast (Devil in Disguise among them). Btw.: The Postaula was teared down just a few weeks ago.
The concert was sponsored by a bank and we had to pay 3 Deutsche Mark (less than 1 Dollar). Those were the days...
PS Do you know of recordings of the Byrds Celebration when Gene Parsons was still in the band (Parsons, Battin, Rogers, Nienhaus)?

Rocking--Byrd said...

I never heard of existing recordings of the Byrds Celebration with Parsons, Battin, Rogers and Nienhaus.

Rocking--Byrd said...

New link 2016-12-07