A1. Shop Rockin' (Clean). A2. Shop Rockin' (Dirty). A3. Shop Rockin'(Inst). B1. Shake Down (Radio).
Rattle Shakin Mama (live). 14. Jeannie With the Dark Blue Eyes (live). 15. Hot On Your Trail (live). 16. Flirty Mae (live). 17. Gettin' Lowdown On You (live).
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Rockin' All Over the World is the tenth studio album by British band Status Quo. It is their first to be produced by Pip Williams and the first to feature Andy Bown as a regular contributor to the band; he would later join the band officially in 1982. Released in November 1977, it reached in the UK. "A poxy album," said guitarist and singer Francis Rossi. There's nothing poxy about Rockin' All Over the World," countered guitarist Rick Parfitt.
The best live albums of all time capture the very essence of a band’s energy in concert, making you feel like you were actually there. 25: Humble Pie: Performance: Rockin’ The Fillmore (1971). This live double-album from English blues-rock band Humble Pie was recorded over two days in May 1971 at the famous Fillmore East Club in Manhattan, which closed a month later. Humble Pie were made up of singer and guitarist Steve Marriott, guitarist Peter Frampton, bassist Greg Ridley and drummer Jerry Shirley.
Rockin’1000 – Who, What, Why. From the Foo Fighters’call in 2015, to the biggest Rock Band on earth’s first gig in 2016. Rockin’1000 live performance in Cesena 2016, caught on CD and Vinyl. That’s how the Thousand sound, but it’s not like being there, if you want that, you have to come and see us live. So see you in the crowd next time! Get it now.
A live recording that features real danger. When U2 played Red Rocks Amphitheatre outside Denver on June 5, 1983, the weather was so terrible that less than half the sold out crowd showed up, and both opening acts (the Alarm and Divinyls) canceled over safety concerns. That did nothing to deter U2 and especially Bono. But the real lightning came from this live album, concert film and the fog-shrouded "Sunday Bloody Sunday" music video. He even barely pauses long enough to get out all the lyrics, the band buzzing away behind him like they're in a machine shop. During post-production, the speed was something with which even the band itself struggled to keep up.
|A1||Shop Rockin' (Clean)||3:59|
|A2||Shop Rockin' (Dirty)||3:59|
|A3||Shop Rockin' (Instrumental)||3:59|
|B1||Shake Down (Radio)|
|B3||Too This (Radio)|
NotesNo durations given for side B.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout Etching): RLS-A S-55722 MS
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout Etching): RLS-B S-55723 MS