Tuesday, April 9, 2013

McGuinn, Clark & Hillman – Cambridge, MA 1979

McGuinn, Clark & Hillman – Cambridge, MA 1979

The Performance Center, Cambridge, MA – April 20, 1979

Roger McGuinn
Gene Clark
Chris Hillman

with Johnne Sambataro on guitar and Greg Thomas on drums

Soundboard Recording

1. Long Long Time (1:56)
2. Little Mama (4:27)
3. Don't You Write Her Off (3:08)
4. Release Me Girl (3:33)
5. Turn Turn Turn (2:58)
6. Surrender To Me (3:07)
7. Chestnut Mare (5:51)
8. It Doesn't Matter (2:48)
9. Feelin' Higher (4:18)
10. You Ain't Going Nowhere (5:01)
11. Backstage Pass (4:12)
12. Stopping Traffic (3:33)
13. So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star (3:00)
14. Mr Tambourine Man (2:35)
15. I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better (2:44)
16. Bye Bye Baby (4:14)

Artwork Included


Rocking--Byrd said...
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david said...

this show is from the Berkely School of Music Performance Center in Boston: the show was broadcast on WBCN in Boston. The Performance center in Cambridge closed in 1974

Tim Schroeder said...

It is claiming the file can`t be found. Can you check to see if there`s a problem? Thanks

Rocking--Byrd said...

I just checked it; it works OK.

dino said...

I'm sorry, but it actually doesn't work at all: can you please double-check?
That'd be very kind of you.

Rocking--Byrd said...

26 people have downloaded it so far so I don't know what the problem is.

I'll upload a second working link just for you.

Rocking--Byrd said...

Second working link


Anonymous said...

thanks, the second link worked like a champ !

dino said...

I just got my PC back from the latest service session and it's supposed to work ok, but this link doesn't work yet. I'm gonna try some other links to see if something else is wrong somewhere else. Thanks for your effort anyway RB...

Uwe Rayer said...

All OK to me RB. Thanks a million a nice gig. Hope all is well. Best regards and thanks. Uwe

ckibelf said...

Thanks. Always nice to hear some Gene Clark.

Willie R. said...

While listening to this show I noticed a couple of anomalies. Just before "You Ain't Goin' Nowhere," Gene Clark says something like "This is a great time to be playing in New York." They then thank WNEW, which was THE flagship rock station back in the day (and now sadly long gone). They also thank Pete Fornatale, who was a New York mainstay on the FM dial, at that time on WNEW and most recently at WFUV (and who also suddenly and sadly passed away about a year ago after a stroke). So while it is possible that the concert might have been broadcast on WBCN, it most likely would have been done so as a live remote out of New York. Also, the track list on the blog (which is correct) doesn't match the supplied artwork. I nosed around a bit thinking that maybe the link was criss-crossed with another show from New York, but I didn't see any other MCH postings from there. As for the show, it's a nice performance, very well recorded, and the fellows seem to be enjoying themselves a lot. Give it a listen!

Rocking--Byrd said...

How right you are. Something must have gone wrong. This is actually MCH live at The Bottom Line in NY 1979. I'll check what happed.