September 26, 2012

Blackfoot - Vertical Smiles Live

Another great Southern band, Blackfoot, in this case opening for Molly Hatchet and around this time with an album freshly edited called Vertical Smiles that after Siogo continued to show a different sound (with more keyboards) from their, for me, best works as Marauder or Strikes.
However live the band were still one of the best and when we listen to this recording caught in Michigan (at the Royal Oak Music Theater) there's no denying, the weakest song being probably Living In The Limelight, but the classics just rocked!
The last three tracks are from a different concert and the sound is a little worse.

Sound Quality: 9

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:  
01 - Intro To Rock
02 - Talk To You
03 - Heart's Grown Cold
04 - Wishing Well
05 - Guitar Solo
06 - Rollin' And Tumblin'
07 - Fly Away
08 - Morning Dew
09 - Gimme Gimme Gimme/Rattlesnake Rock'n'Roller
10 - Train Train
11 - Living In The Limelight
12 - Highway Song
13 - Send Me An Angel
14 - Teenage Idol
15 - A Legend Never Dies



Anonymous said...

yeah, buddy!!

can't get much better. keep up the killer southern rock tunes. ;)

Anonymous said...

The Royal Oak Music Theater is in Royal Oak Michigan, not Detroit

Anonymous said...


AtticRock said...

Thank you for the correction on the Royal Oak.

Anonymous said...

And Blackfoot had a good taste for covers such as Nazareth's Heart's Grown Cold here in a speeded up version.



AtticRock said...

That's quite true Derek.

Anonymous said...

Really great, man! Thanks!!!