Buffalo Bob Smith - Buffalo Bob Smith Live At Bill Graham's Fillmore East download mp3 album
The venue provided Graham with an East Coast counterpart to his existing Fillmore in San Francisco, California. Opening on March 8, 1968, the Fillmore East quickly became known as "The Church of Rock and Roll," with two-show, triple-bill concerts several nights a week. Graham would regularly alternate acts between the East and West Coast venues. Buffalo Bob Smith – Live at Bill Graham's Fillmore East; creator of Howdy Doody (recorded April 4, 1971). The Chambers Brothers – Love, Peace and Happiness, a double album with one studio disc and one live disc recorded at Bill Graham's Fillmore East. Joe Cocker – Mad Dogs and Englishmen – The Complete Fillmore East Concerts – March 27–28, 1970. Six CD set released in 2006 on Hip-O Select.
Live at Fillmore East, 1971. Primary Artist, Vocals.
Buffalo Bob Smith, the Howdy Doody man, worked his old magic last night to his old audi ence-now grown up to beards, jeans and protest buttons-and they loved him at 20 as they had at 6. In his oneman show at the citadel of rock music, the Fill more East, the actor tried sev eral times to strike a contem porary note (chiefly by a few jovial references to marijuana), but for the most part he was his old, bouncy, beaming, effu sive self. Much of the time he talked as if the members of his audience were still 6 years old, and he was their merriest uncle, and that seemed to be the way they wanted.
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Universal Music will issue The Who Live at the Fillmore East 1968 in April, a set of unreleased recordings from the second of two nights played at Bill Graham’s legendary, but short-lived, venue in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. That never happened, but 50 years later sound engineer Bob Pridden (who was there in 1968) has restored and mixed songs from the 6 April show for this new archival release. The setlist features extended versions of My Generation (33 minutes!), A Quick On. Shakin’ All Over and many other Who classics. The Who Live at Fillmore East 1968 will be released on 20 April 2018.
Buffalo Bob Smith (born Robert Emil Schmidt; November 27, 1917 – July 30, 1998) was the host of the children's show Howdy Doody. In 1970 and 1971, Smith embarked on a live tour of college campuses. The shows, organized by producer Burt DuBrow, mixed nostalgia with more contemporary humor, such as Buffalo Bob finding a package of Zig Zags (rolling paper) allegedly belonging to Clarabelle. One show, on April 4, 1971, was recorded and released as an LP, on the label "Project 3 Total Sound Stereo". It was titled, "Buffalo Bob Smith Live at Bill Graham's Fillmore East". Smith had a summer residence in Grand Lake Stream, Maine, and owned radio station WQDY in Calais, Maine.
No less than four vocalists (Gravenites, Bloomfield, Bob Jones, and Taj Mahal, who guests on "One More Mile to Go") were featured on the original Live at Bill Graham's Fillmore West 1969 LP; this expanded version does give more weight to Gravenites' singing, as he takes lead on all four of the tracks added from My Labors. As a final bonus, the CD also includes a Bloomfield-sung cover of Ray Charles' "Mary Ann" from another Bloomfield live album of the era (The Live Adventures of Mike Bloomfield and Al Kooper), as well as historical liner notes.
CBS・ソニーレコード株式会社 CBS/SONY Records Inc. ‹Tokyo Japan. Live at Bill Graham's Fillmore West, San Francisco, January and February 1969.
|It's Howdy Doody Time|
|The Clarabell Song|
|Medley Rhyming Song|
|Do Do A Howdy Do|
|Pop Medley Paraphrase|
|Brush Your Teeth With Colgate|
|Right On Through|
|Yell Howdy Doody|
|The Texaco Commercial|
|The Laurel & Hardy Theme Song|
|Happy Trails To You|
|Sealtest Big Top Song|
|Pinkie Lee Theme|
|It's Howdy Doody Time|
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