Monday, March 29, 2010

MARQUEE REVUE - LIVE

Nobody talk for this rarity and never reissued, unknown for me the line up and the date
of realised. Back cover is blank-white , no info!
This live record is from early 70's (?) and has 8 rearrangement songs.
One of my fave from my collection !
Track List
a1.Carry On
a2.Lonely Days
a3.What Good Tomorrow
a4.Most Of All
a5.Funk 45
b1.Sympathy For The Devil
b2.Evil Ways
b3.(I Want To Take You) Higher

Awesome

14 comments:

  1. The Akarma cd of Birmingham Sunday has the same front cover,don't know if they took a copy on this lp.Album downloading,I think I will have great pleasure to listen to it.
    Thanks for this post.

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  2. THE SAME COVER EXIST AT ABOUT 4-5 COVERS...TOTALY DIFERENT GROUPS

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  3. Very nice music, another great post Mike!

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  4. Thank You Mike,

    Like The Cosmic Travelers

    From Internet:
    Pete V. Perez on August 23rd, 2009 @ 8:14 pm

    I played bass and helped out on vocals. That’s me singing Funk#49. The Marquee Revue had a good run from mid 1968 to mid 1971. We played at Gino’s Nightclub for over two years, six nights a week. We also played at the Hey Jude Lounge and the Aquarius and did some road gigs. The album was recorded at the Hey Jude.
    Sam, Terry, Jack, Dave, and Wes were a great group of musicians to work with.
    It’s really cool to see interest in the band and our records after all these years.

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  5. What a great album and Band..love the covers they`ve done..is there any live material from any of those shows you mention at the hey jude..
    many thanks Mike and for the info Zenba

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  6. Άιντε αυτά είναι γούστα. Ν' σαι καλά ρε mike.

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  7. χαθηκες φιλε-τσεκαρω συχνα για καινουργιο υλικο αλλα τζιφος-ελπιζω να πανε ολα καλα κ απλα να μην βρισκεις χρονο

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  8. Ολα καλα φιλε , ευχαριστω για το ενδιαφερων. Ναι , δεν εχω χρονο....αλλα συντομα θα ανεβασω νεα πραγματα

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  9. The last track is beautiful, a bit of Grand Funk is wonderful. Thank You!

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  10. Ευχαριστω φίλε

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  11. This band put out two 45’s of original tunes, one on Butterick Records and the second on Pacific Avenue records in Omaha the first had a song called “Be Free” b-side was ” I had a Dream about her” the second 45 contained “What Good Tomarrow” the b-side was “Don’t talk of love” I think the studio version of “What good Tomarrow” Is very good and really well produced, the live version appears on this LP. I know a little about this band as my father Wes Piner was thier saxaphone player.

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  12. Dear Bryant Piner , I know the existance of these two 45's and searching for my personal collection. Thanks in advance for your comment. Infos for this group are very rare

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