Yeah, back in the sauce So, I'd like you to be nice 'cause I'm nice, the Pink Floyd are nice, and give these boys a real big hand of applaud and a great welcome to Sweden. So everybody put your hands together. I love you, I love you, I love you, I love you All you need is love P-I-N-K-F-L-O-Y-D, Floyd go now! More on Genius. Introduction (Live in Stockholm 1967)" Track Info. 1965-67 Cambridge St/ation Pink Floyd. 2. Double O Bo. 3. Remember Me.
Includes live-in-the-studio versions of "Mr. Tambourine Man . A studio-quality tape of the Byrds performing on Swedish radio in early 1967. Includes live-in-the-studio versions of "Mr. Tambourine Man," "He Was a Friend of Mine," "Hey Joe," "So You Want to Be a Rock'N'Roll Star," "My Back Pages," and "Roll Over Beethoven. It's decently done, though not too different from the studio versions.
1967 - Live in Stockholm & Offenbach. 1967 - Live in Stockholm & Offenbach. Over, Under, Sideways, Down (Live at Konserthuset, Stockholm - 04/04/1967). 10. Little Games (Live at Konserthuset, Stockholm - 04/04/1967). 11. My Baby (Live at Konserthuset, Stockholm - 04/04/1967). 12. I'm a Man (Live at Konserthuset, Stockholm - 04/04/1967).
Live in Stockholm 1967. Live in Stockholm 1967.
A studio-quality tape of the Byrds performing on Swedish radio in early 1967. It's decently done, though not too different from (and not as good as) the studio versions, and thus only valuable to Byrds fans. Concert at Studio 4, Radiohuset, Stockholm, Sweden. Label: The Swingin' Pig. Catalog number: TSP CD 006.
Live in Stockholm 1967 is a treasure because the band was tight and perform many songs from younger than Yesterday as well as songs from their first two LP's. David Crosby's funky "Hey Joe" is a stand out and the recording includes interviews with the band members. This by far is the strongest live recording ever released or heard of the early Byrds. Though Gene Clark was not present or part of the group by this point. A worthy release by the Winging Pig and as always excellent sound board quality.
10) The Byrds: Live in Stockholm (1967) If you think of the Byrds as a top live act, you’re probably talking 1970s-era Byrds, when guitar virtuoso Clarence White had given the band an eleventh hour jolt of intensity. But here we find them in Sweden for a 1967 radio session, in excellent fidelity, and in contemplative mood, with the most ruminative version of He Was a Friend of Mine you’ll ever hear. 9) Cream: The Real One (1967). Conceivably the best Cream recording there is. Quite a few bands had some of their top live moments in Detroit, and Cream was no different with this fall 1967 Grande Ballroom set. The excess that would plague their 1968 shows is not in evidence here; what is, rather, is the power trio as ultimate rock and roll conflagration. These guys simply, burn.