The Commander Cody Band | All the Way Live from Turkey Trot DVD/CD Set

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All the Way Live from Turkey Trot DVD/CD Set

by The Commander Cody Band

Legendary Rocker George(Commander Cody)Frayne And His Band Celebrate Forty Years Of Rock And Roll. This DVD/CD Set was Recorded Live At Turkey Trot Acres, August 21, 2004
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. Too Much Fun
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2. Riot In Cell Block # 9
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4:40 album only
3. Thanx A Lot Lone Ranger
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4:13 album only
4. We Used To Ride
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4:39 album only
5. River City's Jumpin'
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4:06 album only
6. Don't Let Go
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3:32 album only
7. Lightnin' Bar Blues
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4:45 album only
8. Paid In Advance
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2:59 album only
9. It Should Have Been Me
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10. They Kicked Me Out of the Band
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11. Midnight Shift
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12. Down to Seeds and Stems Again Blues
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13. Beat Me Daddy Eight To The Bar
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14. Lost in the Ozone
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15. Encore Intro by George
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16. Hot Rod Lincoln
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Please Check Out the Video Clips on YouTube in the "Links" section on bottom, left of this page.....


Hello Cody Fans,
CD and DVD! With Forty years experience as a rock and roll legend, the Ol' Commander is at his best in this classic performance. His stage presence, keyboard and vocal talents kept this sold-out audience in a state of "perpetual boogie" all evening long. This special edition set captures the band's passion for cranking out some of the best boogie-woogie, honky-tonkin', roadhouse rock to be found anywhere in the Ozone! Includes the hits Too Much Fun, Riot In Cell Block #9, Down To Seeds And Stems Again Blues, Beat Me Daddy, Hot Rod Lincoln and many more. Thirteen songs on the DVD and sixteen on the CD
Thanks for looking, for more information please visit: www.turkeytrotacres.com and www.commandercody.com.

Thanks for Looking,

Pete and Sherry

Some Of The Commander Cody Story..........

The band was first conceived in 1968, in Ann Arbor, Michigan, but arrived in San Francisco in 1969, just in time to catch the tale end of the summer of love. They were 8 pieces strong, with the Commander himself (a.k.a. George Frayne) on the piano, 3 guitarists, fiddle/sax, pedal steel guitar, bass and drums - out of which 4 sang lead.
The repertoire stretched from old time rock and roll; 20 FLIGHT ROCK, red neck country; TRUCK DRIVIN' MAN, boogie-woogie; BEAT ME DADDY 8 TO THE BAR, Cajun; DIGGY LIGGY LO, swing/jazz; SMOKE, SMOKE, SMOKE THAT CIGARETTE, plus their self-penned party anthems; TOO MUCH FUN, I'M DOWN TO SEEDS AND STEMS AGAIN, and LOST IN THE OZONE. Basically, they represented the essence of American roots music.
Eventually, they signed to Paramount Records, and the twangy HOT ROD LINCOLN was a runaway hit, reaching the top ten in 1972. A few more tunes breached the top 40 as they hit the concert trail, playing the legendary Fillmore Auditorium, and finding themselves on bills with the Grateful Dead, The Doors, The Jefferson Airplane, Alice Cooper, Led Zeppelin and The Eagles. They also backed up legends Gene Vincent, Link Wray and John Lennon. Later, their 1974 album "Live From Deep in the Heart of Texas" was named as one of Rolling Stones 100 Greatest of all times!
As always, the old Commander Cody himself is behind the piano, leading the musical mayhem and controlled chaos, and sporting his legendary antics and ability to spark up even the toughest crowds.
Today the Commander Cody Band is closely knit with the legendary George Frayne a.k.a. "The Commander" (leader /keyboards/vocals), Steve Barbuto (drums/vocals), Rick Mullen (bass) and Mark Emerick on lead guitar and vocals. Frequent guest steel guitar appearances by Bobby Black, Tiny Olson, John Wingren and Don E. Curtis of Scotty's Music add to the fun. This new edition of the band harks back to the instrumental virtuosity and spontaneity of the original band, and the response from critics and crowds have been overwhelmingly positive.


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Warren Cairns

Live at Turkey Trot
Brings back some great memories !

Paddy Mc Corkel

great rockin band!
I recently procured Commander Codys CD/DVD set from their show (Johnson City) and I have to say, the opening band was actually VERY good, and I,m thinkin, "I feel sorry for whomever has to play after THIS band" But right from the first note, those guys TOTALLY TOOK CONTROL!!the bassist(Rick Mullen)does this bass line in Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar that makes me CRAMP just watching him(the women must really love him)so I say their CD ALMOST does them justice! these guys were GREAT!!ya gotta see them LIVE!!!!

pat horgan

Great roadhouse rock from vetern band
Just checked it out. Great roadhouse rock from a band that's been hitting the road longer than they can remember..great rockin' check out Rick Mullen on the bass(rocknroll's best kept secret) Dig that "They Threw Me Outta The Band" Required rockin' y'all.....

pino italy

fun,fun,fun
Incredible!I not have news of Commander Cody(but he has not stopped to play and to amuse themselves playng).I remembered in some discs of the years 70,much beatiful(I like those from live).This a new album,one CD and one DVD,all and two from live(is the same show,but the CD as three pieces in adding).Commander Cody and its music is not changes,much fun,much energy!In the DVD is looked at and lot is felt that musicians on the scene have want to play of the good music.The result sure does not betray who always has appreciated Commander Cody,and to be useful it does not know it.Not to lose.Great