Tuesday, November 9, 2021

New Riders of the Purple Sage - Boston Music Hall, 12/5/72 (2003)

New Riders of the Purple Sage - Boston Music Hall, 12/5/72 (2003)


Tracklist front / back album covers


Disc one

"Truck Drivin' Man" (Terry Fell) – 3:23

"Whatcha Gonna Do" (John Dawson) – 3:24

"Hello Mary Lou" (Gene Pitney, Cayet Mangiaracina) – 3:18

"Rainbow" (Dawson) – 3:07

"Down In The Boondocks" (Joe South) – 3:26

"Portland Woman" (Dawson) – 6:38

"She's No Angel" (Wanda Ballman, J.W. Arnold) – 3:07

"School Days" (Chuck Berry) – 4:19

"Henry" (Dawson) – 4:21

"Long Black Veil" (Danny Dill, Marijohn Wilkin) – 4:20

"Sailin'" (Dawson) – 3:05

"Contract" (Dave Torbert) – 3:26

"Glendale Train" (Dawson) – 5:05

"Louisiana Lady" (Dawson) – 3:54


Disc two

"I Don't Know You" (Dawson) – 4:38

"Sutter's Mill" (Dawson) – 3:18

"Groupie" (Torbert) – 3:43

"Whiskey" (Dawson) – 3:14

"Last Lonely Eagle" (Dawson) – 5:48

"Willie and the Hand Jive" (Johnny Otis) – 13:27

"I Love to Sing My Ballad, Mama (But They Only Wanna Hear Me Rock 'n' Roll)" (Eric Andersen) – 3:09

"Honky Tonk Women" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 5:21



 

New Riders of the Purple Sage Band Members / Musicians

John Dawson – rhythm guitar, vocals

David Nelson – lead guitar, vocals

Dave Torbert – bass guitar, vocals

Buddy Cage – pedal steel guitar

Spencer Dryden – drums, percussion

Eric Andersen – guitar, vocals on "I Love to Sing My Ballad, Mama" and "Honkey Tonk Women"


Rob Bleetstein – producer

Bill Culhane – recording

Stephen Barncard – mastering




Boston Music Hall, 12/5/72 is an album by the country rock band the New Riders of the Purple Sage. It was recorded live on December 5, 1972, at the Music Hall in Boston, Massachusetts, and released on November 11, 2003. It was the second complete New Riders concert that was recorded in the 1970s and released in the 2000s as an album on the Kufala Recordings label.

Eric Andersen was the opening act at the Boston show. He sat in with the New Riders for their encore — his own song "I Love to Sing My Ballad, Mama" and the Rolling Stones' "Honky Tonk Women".

The album cover photo of the band was taken on or about the date of the concert, and depicts, from left to right, Spencer Dryden, Dave Torbert, John "Marmaduke" Dawson, David Nelson, and Buddy Cage.

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