June 18, 2007

Molly Hatchet: Florida 1980

One more from the south.
This is Molly Hatchet with Jimmy Farrar on vocals on a very interesting period for the band, I really like the album Beatin' the Odds and you can find many of its tracks played here live.
This gig took place in the last day of the year 1980.


Sound quality: 9

Track List:
01 Announce
02 Bounty Hunter
03 Let The Good Times Roll
04 It's All Over Now
05 Gator Country
06 Dead And Gone
07 Few And Far Between
08 Dreams
09 Good Rockin' Tonite
10 Flirtin' With Disaster
11 Beatin' The Odds
12 Crossroads

Link

20 comments:

Toxxy said...

Thx very much for another great post AtticRock :)

AtticRock said...

I'm glad you liked it toxxy.

Mark said...

Dude I went to this show when I was 16 ! Thanks for the post !

PUSWART said...

Great sounding recording. I'm really glad I found your blog here. Thanks and keep up the great posts!

Anonymous said...

is there a chance for a repost ?

AtticRock said...

Ok, I'll try to do it in the next days.

Anonymous said...

Amen, Gotta Love The Hatchet.
Thanks, bil.

O.B. Dan said...

So what happened to the covers that were supposed to be included?

AtticRock said...

What happened was this:
They were included in the first post, then the files were deleted and when I did the 2nd upload they were left out.

Anonymous said...

This show was from The Lakeland Civic Center in Lakeland, Florida

Anonymous said...

This show was from The Lakeland Civic Center in Lakeland, Florida

Anonymous said...

The second part doesn't open, even with de pass ... Please what's happening
The first part is wonderful, thanks !

AtticRock said...

First you have to download both files to the same folder, then extract the files from there.

Anonymous said...

Although I haven't yet gone after this one yet, it'll certainly be on my list as I was at this show (and a great many many more in the Tampa/St.Pete/Lakeland concerts between 1979 and 1982. I always felt that Jimmy Farrar got a poor shake from people who didn't care for the way he looked and were smarting due to the departure of Danny Joe Brown during that time. The truth be told; Beatin The Odds was a a damn good album and Jimmy was a damn good singer. I was about 20 feet from the stage for this show. Hatchet kicked ass, and I was proud to be in their company. I miss those days of festival seating (standing) and a floor littered with whiskey bottles. Long live "gator country"!

Robbo

Anonymous said...

One of my fave Hatchet shows.Unofrtunately its not complete though .To hear the rest of the show you need to uhave the official EP that was included free with the limited edition version beating the odds.(the quality is awesome of these tracks) the tracks missing are:
'Rambler, Sailor, Penthouse pauper and Double talkin fool'. I've actually mixed them all together in order and have a complete show which is KILLER.

The_Cheeb said...

Hey AtticRock, it's the Cheeb again.
Can I push my luck and try to mooch a repost of this Hatchet also?

thanks, whatever the answer is....

The Cheeb

AtticRock said...

This Molly was easier, I had the files already packed, enjoy!

The_Cheeb said...

AtticRock- thanks!
I grabbed the '84 Hatchet, and am snagging the '80 show now. If I were to comment somewhere, and begin with "DO NOT SHARE" would that be a good way to send you a private message?

thanks again,
The Cheeb

AtticRock said...

The comments are moderated, meaning I have to publish them manually, so you can do it that way.
You can also use the email that I have on the top right of the blog.

Anonymous said...

The mp3 is page not found. And here I was on a roll. Well I can't win em all. I was beating the odds and they caught up with me.
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