Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Replay
Size: 12"
Additional Artists: Eric Clapton
Format: 33RPM,


The Yardbirds Five Live Yardbirds Import 180g LP

The Yardbirds

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Live Performance On 180g Vinyl LP!

Five Live Yardbirds is the live debut album by English rock group The Yardbirds, recorded at the Marquee Club in London on March 20, 1964. After touring Britian as the back-up band for blues legend Sonny Boy Williamson in December 1963 and early 1964, the Yardbirds signed to EMI's Columbia label in February 1964, and recorded live tracks March 20 at London's legendary Marquee Club in. The resulting album features ten interpretations of popular American blues and R&B tracks, including their most popular live number, Howlin' Wolf's "Smokestack Lightnin'", and contains some of the earliest recordings with guitarist Eric Clapton. Five Live Yardbirds would not be released by Columbia for another nine months, and it failed to enter the UK albums charts. Over time Five Live gained stature as one of the few quality live recordings of the era, and as a historical document of both the British "rock and roll boom" in the 1960s and Clapton's time in the band.

"Five Live Yardbirds was the first important -- indeed, essential -- live album to come out of the 1960s British rock & roll boom. In terms of the performance captured and the recording quality, it was also the best such live record of the entire middle of the decade." - AllMusic

• 180g Vinyl
• Import
• Made in the EU

Keith Reif, vocal, harmonica
Chris Dreja, rhythm guitar
Eric "Slowhand" Clapton, lead guitar
Paul "Sam" Samwell-Smith, bass guitar
Jim McCarty, drums

Side A:

1. Too Much Monkey Business
2. I Got Love If You Want It
3. Smokestack Lightnin'
4. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
5. Respectable
Side B:
1. Five Long Years
2. Pretty Girl
3. Louise
4. I'm A Man
5. Here 'Tis

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