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Artist: Blackfoot

Title: Highway Song Live

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Blackfoot Highway Song Live Album Cover


Category: Southern Hard Rock

Year: 1982

Label: ATCO Records

Catalog Number: 50910


Rick Medlocke vocals, guitars
Charlie Hargrett guitars
Jackson Spires drums, vocals
Greg T. Walker bass, vocals


1.  Gimme, Gimme, Gimme  4:56
2.  Every Man Should Know (Queenie)  5:30
3.  Good Morning  3:48
4.  Dry Country  3:32
5.  Rollin' and Tumblin'  2:03
6.  Fly Away  3:26
7.  Road Fever  3:38
8.  Trouble in Mind  3:59
9.  Train Train  5:54
10.  Highway Song  8:46
11.  Howay the Lads  0:53
Total Running Time:  46:25

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Tony Date: October 13, 2004 at 16:10
Man they just do NOT make live discs like this any more!! Worth it for the live version of "Train, Train" alone. Something about southern rock bands just being tailor made to air-guitaring. This disc is just so sweaty & energetic and to just think of these guys as a "southern" band does them a injustice. Incredible guitar work throughout and the crowd is just sssoo in to this show and it comes through in the grooves. Get your air guitars out!!

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From: Jez Date: October 14, 2004 at 3:13
One of the ultimate live albums ever released - Tony's comments are so spot on so i will add no more. ESSENTIAL

From: JSpillman Date: November 14, 2005 at 18:27
Masterpiece! The BEST album by one of the best artists of all-time. Recorded live at the peak of their career in front of appreciative British fans, this was never even deemed important enough to release in the U.S. by the knuckle-headed record company executives! This is the live album that deserved the success that "Frampton comes Alive" attained. I believe that some of the best artists were screwed and had their careers destroyed by idiot record companies!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 16, 2006 at 22:37
This is 4 me the best southern rock live album ever recorded.All the songs are classic blakfoot stuff.It's powerful and magic in all senses.Also resume the career of the band.So if you are thinking about a live album by any artist this one sure ain't avoideable!!!!.A most one!!!!.10/10.

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