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Source: Tuesday Night Concert broadcast on WLIR FM, recorded at UltraSonic Studios in Hempstead, NY on 17 October, 1972 (not in December of 1974 as stated on cover).

Ken Cole – Announcer

Bonnie Raitt – Guitar, Resonator, Vocals
Freebo – Bass, Vocals
Lowell George – Guitar, Vocals
John Hammond – Guitar, Harp, Vocals

Actual program song list (it seems that the LP track list was improvised):

– Intro
01 – Love Me Like A Man
02 – Under The Falling Sky
     – Talk
03 – Love Has No Pride
     – Talk
04 – Going Down To Louisiana
     – Talk
05 – Can’t Find My Way Home
    – Tuning
06 – Big Road
07 – You Got To Know How
    – Talk
08 – Apolitical Blues
    – Talk
09 – Come Ride In My Automobile/
    – Talk
10 – As The Years Go Passing By
11 – Watch My Pony Ride ?
12 – I Can’t Be Satisfied
13 – Sky Is Crying
    – Tuning
14 – Honest I Do
    – Talk
15 – It’s Too Late

Tracks as named on LP:

A1     Under The Falling Sky     
A2     Love Has No Pride     
A3     Rollin’ And Tumblin’     
A4     Can’t Find My Way Home     
B1     Big Lonesome Road     
B2     You Can Make Me Do What You Wanna Do But You Gotta Know How     
B3     A Political Blues

 

From a review: “This has Bonnie sounding oh so sweet and hot at the tender young age of 22. Vocally she is hitting some high notes that only a young gal can hit and she easily keeps up with the fast company she is with! This is the first time that she and Lowell ever played together! One thing I really like about this is that it’s acoustic for the most part, and there is some cool banter while tuning up from an admittedly stoned Bonnie. While this technically is a Bonnie Raitt show, it’s the symbiosis of the players here who all get plenty of space to step up, and they all do. “

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The first ever Bonnie Raitt bootleg, released in 1980, many years before she became an international star. Probably, also pressed in a small run of 300 only, so quite hard to find.


Source: THE AMAZING KORNYFONE LABEL

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