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Now, all those tracks have been collected on this specially priced 2-CD set - 28 songs, including new bonus recordings from artists not previously included in the auction series.
For Sale: Live At Maxwell's 1986 2CD ExplicitRhino/Warner Bros. #ad - For Sale: Live At Maxwell's 1986 2CD Explicit #ad - For sale: live at maxwell’s 1986 is the first official delve into the vaults for The Replacements since the 2008 expanded CD reissues, and hopefully the first of a series of albums of unreleased material. Shrink-wrapped. Bash & pop- friday Night is Killing Me. And what better place to start that with this live recording from Maxwell’s in 1986, a relic from the much beloved era of the band with Bob Stinson as the guitarist.
This 29-song performance, captures the replacements just a couple weeks removed from their performance on Saturday Night Live, with a set list touches on all five of the band’s albums to that point, plus a few rarities and covers.
Another PlanetGO FASTER RECORDS #ad - Performing a tantalising set peppered as ever with a number of choice covers, all rubbing shoulders with some of the 1980s best contemporary compositions. 1987 broadcast recording from a three piece replacements the most delightful shower of reprobates ever to be let loose in an American recording studio, the legendary Replacements could nevertheless pen the very finest alternative rock anthems and perform shows as enlightening as they were often shambolic.
Another Planet #ad - Bash & pop- friday Night is Killing Me. Shrink-wrapped. The superb recording now available on cd for the first time comes from the group s gig at The Chance Club in Poughkeepsie, New York state, on 18th July 1987. With the band working as a trio at the time - only the ever present paul Westerberg, Tommy Stinson and Chris Mars were by now in the line-up - and hot on the heels of Pleased To Meet Me, released a month before, The Replacements are in fine form for this unique show.
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The black keys’ thirty-one city North American tour begins September 23. Let’s rock”was written, tracked live, and produced by Auerbach and Carney at Easy Eye Sound studio in Nashville and features backingvocals from Leisa Hans and Ashley Wilcoxson. Shrink-wrapped.
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Farewell GigSMO K #ad - The show was aired live and boasts the finest sound quality of any Replacements live recording available. The final incarnation of the mats with the latest addition, drummer Steve Foley in tow had been touring together for six months and it shows as the band plays a tight, energetic set. The show ends in grand 'mats tradition: the band members, who had already swapped instruments for Hootenanny, replace The Replacements; a fitting end to a sloppy, in essence, pass along their gear to the road crew who, brilliant career.
The replacements- Don't Tell A Soul. Shrink-wrapped. Nor is hank williams' hey, good lookin' a different live take originally appeared as a B-side, but the fact that Slim Dunlap handles the vocals and Paul Westerberg turns in a dissonant guitar solo proves that they were more than adept at both delighting and dumbfounding their audience.
Farewell Gig #ad - . It wouldn't be a replacements concert without a couple of cover tunes, and the inclusion of the Only Ones' classic Another Girl, Another Planet is no surprise; the song became a standard in the band's live set in its later years. The replacements' farewell performance though it was not billed as such at the time took place at Grant Park in Chicago on July 4, 1991, as part of radio station WXRT's free concert series.
The new material, particularly merry go round, and Bent out of Shape, Happy Town, all from 1990's All Shook Down, really comes to life here. Bash & pop- friday Night is Killing Me. Shrink-wrapped.