Grand Funk Railroad - Live - The 1971 Tour

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Live - The 1971 Tour by Grand Funk Railroad

Live - The 1971 Tour
180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed

Live - The 1971 Tour
by Grand Funk Railroad

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LION-MOV-P18766
Label:
Music On Vinyl
Genre:
Rock
Format:
180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed
UPC:
600753463499
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In 1971, Grand Funk Railroad were the pinnacle of American Rock 'n Roll, selling out arenas of ecstatic fans all over the United States. This no-nonsense band from Michigan defined the sound of early working class Hard Rock groups with their over-the-top sound, Mark Farner's heavy riffing, hard-hitting bass lines of Mel Schacher and intricate funky drums of Don Brewer.

The Live: The '71 Tour recordings were made during ecstatic performances in Chicago, Detroit and New York's Shea Stadium. Highlights include the 15-minute Animals cover "Inside Looking Out", taking up the whole C-side, a blistering cover of The Stones' "Gimme Shelter" and the Grand Funk classic "Footstompin' Music".

What's more; this release has never been issued on vinyl before!

LP1
1. Intro
2. Are You Ready
3. Footstompin’ Music
4. Paranoid
5. I’m Your Captain/ Closer To Home
6. Hooked On Love
7. Get It Together
8. T.N.U.C.

LP2
1. Inside Looking Out
2. Gimme Shelter
3. Into The Sun

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