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GT: Live at Exposition Studios

by Integrators

The hardest working band in the IT business brings a hard rocking live performance to Exhibitions Studios. Great guitar and keyboard work, backed by driving base and drums - The Integrators revive the lost art of bringin' it!
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. Evil Ways (Live)
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2. Mary Had a Little Lamb (Live)
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3. Vehicle (Live)
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4. I Put a Spell On You (Live)
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5. California Dreamin' (Live)
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6. All Along the Watchtower (Live)
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7. Treat Her Like a Lady (Live)
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8. Roadhouse Blues (Live)
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9. Born to Be Wild (Live)
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Album Notes
GT was recorded at Exhibition Studios in Culver City on a hot October afternoon. Larry "Nigel" Gootkin on guitar blazes through - attacking every song with sparkling fresh riffs and tasty licks. Paul "Nigel" Brantley on drums provides the rock solid beat along with Kevin "Nigel" McCarthy whose thumping baseline powers this spirited band. Mike "Nigel" Sweeney on keyboards explores new ground with his unique solos while Doug "Nigel" Hafford provides the workman-like vocals. For anyone who loves bar band music and a bunch of guys just layin' it down


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