Thursday, June 27, 2013

McGuinn, Clark & Hillman – Dallas 1979

McGuinn, Clark & Hillman – Dallas 1979


Dallas, March 24, 1979

Roger McGuinn, Gene Clark, Chris Hillman

with Johnne Sambataro on guitar and Greg Thomas on drums


1. Long Long Time (2:23)
2. Little Mama (4:30)
3. Don't You Write Her Off (3:40)
4. Release Me Girl (3:49)
5. Turn Turn Turn (3:06)
6. Surrender To Me (3:41)
7. Chestnut Mare (6:10)
8. It Doesn't Matter (3:40)
9. Feeling Higher (4:24)
10. You Ain't Going Nowhere (6:38)
11. Backstage Pass (4:45)
12. Stopping Traffic (3:16)
13. So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star (3:18)
14. Mr Tambourine Man (3:32)
15. Eight Miles High (5:06)
16. I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better (2:59)



Artwork Included

16 comments:

Rocking--Byrd said...
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Riley said...

Thanks again!

david said...

Many thanks; a not widely circulated MCH show. pretty cool !!!!

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

All my files are zip files.

Steve said...

Ironically, MCH sounded better live than on CD. Stripped of the late 70s production, MCH was a much better group, as this and other recordings testify. The sound quality is irregular, but that's no problem for those who appreciate the music. Thanks for the post.

david said...

Completely agree with you Steve. For me , the 1st MCH album is unlistenable; total garbage production, especially after being fortunate to see McGuinn & Clark a number of times before the lp came out. I'll agree they were better live than the lp, but I never liked Greg Thomas as a drummer: to me he was way too "Busy" for a Byrds-band drummer.For what it's worth, I didn't like Jim Gordon's stuff on "Notorious..." for the same reason. The best stuff they did live was when they had George Grantham playing with them, just 4 piece. If you can find shows with him, those are the best MCH shows, at least in my opinion , to get. Thanks to RB for letting us voice our opinion on this fine site !

Uwe Rayer said...

Hi RockingB. Thanks a million to let me in again. Another moment of joi and thankfullness. You do a very good deed by these uploads. Happy with all of them. Hope some day I will can do back for you something. Do you have in your archives Byrds Tribute Diamond or Uncle Sam's? Please let me know. All the best, stay healthy, Uwe

Willie R. said...

I agree with David about the MCH line-up that featured George Grantham on drums. You probably already know that he was the drummer with Poco for many years, off and on, before he was sidelined by a stroke. He also contributed fine high harmony vocals to MCH during this period as well. Another thing that I really enjoy hearing during the four-piece period is McGuinn's lead guitar playing, which took such a back seat after Johnne Sambataro was added to the group (no disrespect intended toward Sambataro or his abilities, but I just love the sound of the Rickenbacker 12-string). I personally thought that Jim Gordon's playing on "The Notorious Byrd Brothers" was phenomenal, though, in my own humble opinion.

Romuald said...

An MCH show which I haven't got yet ... what a nugget this is !
Can you please refresh the link, RB?

Belgian Thanks in advance :o)

Rocking--Byrd said...
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Rocking--Byrd said...
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Romuald said...

Thanks for this show, RB.

Isn't it a bit slow? Gene's voice sounds too low (and too slow).

Edwin Deas said...

Hi Rocking-Byrd

Could you please reload this one.
Thanks.

Rocking--Byrd said...

New link 2017-04-03

http://www113.zippyshare.com/v/6jb9dD48/file.html

Edwin Deas said...

Thank you.