Live At Hammersmith Odeon, 1975 (Out Of Stock)

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Live At Hammersmith Odeon, 1975 (Out Of Stock) - Vinyl Record

by Todd Rundgren

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180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed
Recorded live on 9 October, 1975, for the BBC’s “Rock Hour” radio program, Todd Rundgren’s Utopia—a prog-psych outfit formed in 1973 and featuring John Siegler (bass), Roger Powell (keyboards) and John “Willie” Wilcox (drums), with backing vocals provided by none other than future soul superstar Luther Vandross—played their brilliant first-ever UK concert at London’s Hammersmith Odeon to an ecstatic audience. The 55-minute set was a mix of tunes, including “Freedom Fighters”, from the band’s first LP, plus “The Wheel,” Roger Powell’s “Mister Triscuits,” a cover of The Move’s “Do Ya,” and “Heavy Metal Kids” from Rundgren’s solo LP Todd, among others.
1. Freedom Fighters
2. Mister Triscuits
3. The Last Ride
4. When the Shit Hits the Fan /Sunset Boulevard / Le Feel International
5. Heavy Metal Kids
6. The Wheel
7. Open My Eyes
8. Sons of 1984
9. Do Ya
10. Couldn't I Just Tell You

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