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COUNTRY JOE & THE FISH / THE BYRDS / MOBY GRAPE
- A1. Country Joe & The Fish - Flying High 4:49
A2. Country Joe & The Fish - Thought Dream 6:45
A3. Country Joe & The Fish - H-Bomb Song 3:53
A4. The Byrds - So You Wanna Be A Rock & Roll Star 2:47
A5. The Byrds - Goin' Back 4:31 / A6. The Byrds - This Wheels On Fire 4:35
B1. Moby Grape - It Depends On You 7:35
B2. Moby Grape - Changes 4:22
B3. Moby Grape - Leavin' 1:57
B4. Moby Grape with Big Brother & The Holding Company - Jam 5:08[engl]This series of live albums comes from the KSAN radio station vaults and features material recorded and broadcasted at several occasions at either the Filmore Auditorium or the Avalon Ballroom in San Francisco during the years 1966 to 1968. Some of the hottest rock bands of the era got captured there on tape. Now we move straight to ?Vol. 3? of this series and it begins with a set of three songs by none less than COUNTRY JOE & THE FISH fronted by legendary singer / songwriter and former G.I. Country Joe McDonald who created the probably most notorious Anti Vietnam War tune ever, ?I feel like I'm fixin to die? which is unfortunately not included here. Three songs build the first half of the A Side of which the first two can be located on the studio versions on the 1967 albums ?Electric music for the mind and body? and ?I-feel-like-I-m-fixin-to-die?. The ?H ? Bomb ? Song? is a cool acid-gospel tune with a pure jam around the actual song. Next come THE BYRDS with another three tunes from their ?Younger than yesterday?, ?The Notoriouos Byrd Brothers? and ?Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde?, some very stoned announcements and a little discussion if they might play another song which in the end happens to the excitement of the audience. MOBY GRAPE whose founding formation featured Alexander ?Skip? Spence, former drummer of JEFFERSON AIRPLANE rage through a set of kicking power rock, psychedelic blues and jam tunes.
- Sixties / Psychedelic
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