ISLE OF WIGHT/ATLANTA POP FESTIVAL

The First Great Rock Festivals Of The Seventies - Isle Of Wight / Atlanta Pop Festival (3 Vinyl)

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A1 Johnny Winter Mean Mistreater 5:48
A2 Poco (3) Kind Woman 5:14
A3 Poco (3) Grand Junction 3:26
A4 Chambers Brothers, The Love, Peace And Happiness 4:18
A5 Allman Brothers Band, The Statesborough Blues 4:20
B1 Allman Brothers Band, The Whippen Post 5:02
B2 Mountain Stromy Monday 19:32
C1 Sly & The Family Stone Stand! / You Can Make It If You Try 10:14
C2 Cactus (3) No Need To Worry / Parchman Farm 9:39
C3 David Bromberg Mr. Bojangles 5:48
D1 Ten Years After I Can't Keep From Cryin' Sometimes 19:13
D2 Procol Harum Salty Dog 5:11
E1 Leonard Cohen Tonight Will Be Fine 6:50
E2 Jimi Hendrix Power To Love / Midnight Lightning / Foxy Lady 15:11
F1 Kris Kristofferson Blame It On The Stones / The Pilgrim - Chapter 33 6:46
F2 Miles Davis Call It Anythin' 17:30

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Sherman left Atlanta burning while completing his march to the sea, bringing the proud army of Northern Virgina to it's knees. Well the bands that played the Atlanta Pop Festival in 1979 left the city a blaze once more. What a lineup....The Chambers Brothers, Mountain, Johnny Winter And, Ten Years After and of course hometown favorites, hailing from practly next door in Macon, GA, The Allman Brothers Band. Oh, and did I mention James Marshall Hendrix?...JIMI!!! Wow!!! That's straight out of Guitar Hero Heaven Brother. Then you get a smathering of contemporay country, bluegrass and folk with David Bromberg, Poco and Kris Kristofferson. Jazz? How about the Prince of Darkness himself, Miles Davis...And a little funk with the incredible, Sly & The Family Stone. Finally, we have the elegance of "art rock" with an offering by the inimitable Procol Harum. Gray Brooker's passionate vocal on "A Salty Dog" is timeless and worth the price of admission all by itself.

Yes, Atlanta Pop is often left out of the conversation when talking 60's-70's rock festivals. You hear about Woodstack, Monterey Pop and Watkins Glen. But you really have to give this triple vinyl collection a listen before you write Atlanta Pop off as an "also-ran" of the day. And this big (yeah remember when Lp's were huge) 3 disc set is ear candy if you want to sample a slice of the 1970's. My only question is, when will the record execs wake up and release this fine collection on CD?

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The First Great Rock Festivals Of The Seventies - Isle Of Wight / Atlanta Pop Festival (3 Vinyl)

The First Great Rock Festivals Of The Seventies - Isle Of Wight / Atlanta Pop Festival (3 Vinyl)

A1 Johnny Winter Mean Mistreater 5:48
A2 Poco (3) Kind Woman 5:14
A3 Poco (3) Grand Junction 3:26
A4 Chambers Brothers, The Love, Peace And Happiness 4:18
A5 Allman Brothers Band, The Statesborough Blues 4:20
B1 Allman Brothers Band, The Whippen Post 5:02
B2 Mountain Stromy Monday 19:32
C1 Sly & The Family Stone Stand! / You Can Make It If You Try 10:14
C2 Cactus (3) No Need To Worry / Parchman Farm 9:39
C3 David Bromberg Mr. Bojangles 5:48
D1 Ten Years After I Can't Keep From Cryin' Sometimes 19:13
D2 Procol Harum Salty Dog 5:11
E1 Leonard Cohen Tonight Will Be Fine 6:50
E2 Jimi Hendrix Power To Love / Midnight Lightning / Foxy Lady 15:11
F1 Kris Kristofferson Blame It On The Stones / The Pilgrim - Chapter 33 6:46
F2 Miles Davis Call It Anythin' 17:30

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