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The Blues Band - 1980 Rock Goes to College (2015) Lossless

20-08-2015, 08:27
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The Blues Band - 1980 Rock Goes to College (2015) Lossless

Artist: The Blues Band
Title Of Album: 1980 Rock Goes to College
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Repertoire Records
Genre: Blues, Modern Electric Blues, Blues Rock
Format: Flac
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 42:48 Min
Total Size: 326 Mb (covers)


01. Come On In 02:35
02. Talk to Me Baby 04:33
03. Death Letter 03:39
04. Going Home 04:34
05. I Can't Hold On Much Longer 05:31
06. Someday Baby 04:56
07. Boom Boom (Out Go the Lights) 04:16
08. Nadine 03:48
09. I Don't Know 04:55
10. Diddy Wah Diddy 04:01

Paul Jones - Vocals & Harmonica
Dave Kelly - Guitar & Vocals
Tom McGuiness - Guitar & Backing Vocals
Gary Fletcher - Bass & Backing Vocals
Hughie Flint - Drums

The Blues Band is a British blues band formed in 1979 by Paul Jones, former lead vocalist and harmonica player with Manfred Mann, and vocalist/slide guitarist Dave Kelly, who had previously played with the John Dummer Blues Band, Howlin' Wolf and John Lee Hooker.
The band’s first line-up also included bassist Gary Fletcher, guitarist Tom McGuinness (also of Manfred Mann) and drummer Hughie Flint, (the two had previously formed McGuinness Flint).

Rock Goes To College (RGTC) was a BBC series that ran between 1978 and 1981 on British television.
A variety of up-coming rock oriented bands were showcased live from small venues and broadcast simultaneously on television and radio during a 40-50 minute live performance.
The venues were small university, polytechnic or college halls holding a few thousand people; often tickets were given to the Students' Union to distribute for free.
The bands chosen were also, in some cases, bands which did not have a mainstream following at that time, although many went on to be very successful.
A BBC DJ would also be present to introduce the band for the television audience.
The original broadcasts were transmitted on television as well as Sight and Sound in Concert.
BBC launched an initiative to provide simultaneous pictures on BBC2 and stereo radio broadcasts on BBC Radio 1, as stereo television broadcasts and receivers did not exist at the time.
It allowed rock enthusiasts to enjoy the event with an improved sound quality.
Original recordings of at least some of the Rock Goes To College series still exist and some legal releases have been made available, on DVD or CD, either as the concert in its entirety or as part of a compilation.
UK Gold has re-broadcast some of the programmes (in stereo on television) in 2006 as has BBC Four and UK Arena in the late 1990s.
In some cases, the radio broadcasts contained additional songs to those broadcast via the television including pre-broadcast/warm-up tracks.
Many performances have been bootlegged from the original tapes or from public television/radio broadcasts.

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