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Live from New York

by Hoodoo Rhythm Devils

The Hoodoo Rhythm Devils broadcasting live on WLIR-FM from Ultrasonic Recording Studios in Hempstead, New York on November 28, 1972.
Genre: Rock: Southern Rock
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1. Intro, Pt. 1 (Live)
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2. High in Arkansas (Live)
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3:39 $0.99
3. Too Hot Too Handle (Live)
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6:10 $0.99
4. Lotta Fine Mama (Live)
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5. Bullfrog Holler (Live)
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6. Suite 16 (Live)
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7. I Was Wrong (Live)
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8. Truer Than Me (Live)
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9. Dr. Pepper Commercial (Live)
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10. Intro, Pt. 2 (Live)
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11. I Fought the Law / Move With Me (Live)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Fresh from touring through the steamy deep South with the Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan, Savoy Brown, Bloodrock, and J.Geils, the Hoodoo Rhythm Devils opened for Chuck Berry at a snowed-in sold out show in Buffalo, New York when he had the #1 song in the country ,"My Ding-A-Ling". Then they went on to The Academy of Music in New York City for two nights opening for Savoy Brown. On the only day off before going to freeze in Quebec, Montreal, and Ottawa, while staying at the luxurious Chelsea Hotel, they did a live radio show from Ultrasonic Recording Studios in Hempstead , New York for Ken Cole's Tuesday Night Live on WLIR-FM on November 28th, 1972. The next gig was 5 nights at Max's Kansas City. This CD is a classic Hoodoo Rhythm Devils 45 minute set recorded during "The Barbecue Of Deville" album tour, complete with 1972 Dr. Pepper commercials.


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