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King Biscuit Flower Hour
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Label: King Biscuit
Catalog Number: 88017
|Ebay Average Price: $10.77 |
Billy Squier Vocals, Guitar|
Jeff Golub Guitar
Alan St. Jon Keyboards, Vocals
Doug Lubahn Bass, Vocals
Bobby Chouinard Drums
Originally recorded March 26, 1983
|1. ||Everybody Wants You ||4:34|
|2. ||Whadda Ya Want From Me ||4:38|
|3. ||I Need You/Catch 22 ||9:04|
|4. ||Learn How To Live ||4:20|
|5. ||My Kinda Lover ||4:56|
|6. ||Too Daze Gone ||6:46|
|7. ||She's A Runner ||4:11|
|8. ||Emotions In Motion ||5:51|
|9. ||Listen To The Heartbeat ||5:51|
|10. ||Lonely Is The Night ||9:04|
|11. ||In The Dark ||4:04|
|12. ||The Stroke ||4:59|
|13. ||Keep Me Satisfied ||6:58|
|14. ||Rip This Joint ||3:37 || ||Cover: Rolling Stones|
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|Total Running Time:|| 78:53|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: October 12, 2004 at 19:58|
|Great live CD with just about every song (pre-Signs of Life) you could possibly want on a live disc. My only complaint is that Billy rarely sings a song the same way twice, so if you're trying to sing along you'll sound pretty stupid. Not that I would know, though...
|From: Nick C
||Date: December 16, 2004 at 16:19|
|Well worth getting to complete your Billy S. collection. The songs take on a new life live and songs that sounded a little too bland on the studio versions (Emotions..) take on a new life.
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