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REO Speedwagon - Live At Rockpalast 1979. Recorded and filmed in 1979 in Hamburg, Germany, the video and audio included on Live at Rockpalast captures. - Originally formed in 1967 and hailing from Champaign, Illinois, the classic REO line-up was solidified once and for all in 1977: Kevin Cronin supplying vocals, guitar, and piano, Gary Richrath on guitar, Bruce Hall on bass, Neal Doughty on keyboards, organs, and synthesizer, and Alan Gratzer on drums. - And the quintet immediately went on to issue a trio of albums (Live: You Get What You Play For, You Can Tune a Piano but You Can't Tuna Fish, and Nine Lives) that as evidenced by their Billboard chart placings, offered clear evidence that the quintet was inching closer and closer to a massive commercial breakthrough. - Recorded and filmed on November 10, 1979 in Hamburg, Germany at the Markthalle, the video and audio included on Live at Rockpalast captures REO in all their '70s hard rockin' glory, as evidenced by the inclusion of such classic tunes as "Ridin' the Storm Out" and "Roll With the Changes, " plus such fan favorites as the set-opening "Say You Love Me or Say Goodnight" and "Easy Money." Also included are tunes that are ripe for rediscovery, including "Heavy on Your Love, " "Golden Country, " and the positively awesomely-titled "The Unidentified Flying Tuna Trot.
REO Speedwagon - Live At Rockpalast 1979. Recorded and filmed in 1979 in Hamburg, Germany, the video and audio included on Live at Rockpalast captures. - Originally formed in 1967 and hailing from Champaign, Illinois, the classic REO line-up was solidified once and for all in 1977: Kevin Cronin supplying vocals, guitar, and piano, Gary Richrath on guitar, Bruce Hall on bass, Neal Doughty on keyboards, organs, and synthesizer, and Alan Gratzer on drums. - And the quintet immediately went on to issue a trio of albums (Live: You Get What You Play For, You Can Tune a Piano but You Can't Tuna Fish, and Nine Lives) that as evidenced by their Billboard chart placings, offered clear evidence that the quintet was inching closer and closer to a massive commercial breakthrough. - Recorded and filmed on November 10, 1979 in Hamburg, Germany at the Markthalle, the video and audio included on Live at Rockpalast captures REO in all their '70s hard rockin' glory, as evidenced by the inclusion of such classic tunes as "Ridin' the Storm Out" and "Roll With the Changes, " plus such fan favorites as the set-opening "Say You Love Me or Say Goodnight" and "Easy Money." Also included are tunes that are ripe for rediscovery, including "Heavy on Your Love, " "Golden Country, " and the positively awesomely-titled "The Unidentified Flying Tuna Trot.
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Live At Rockpalast 1979
Artist: REO Speedwagon
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Say You Love Me or Say Goodnight
2. Like You Do
3. Heavy on Your Love
4. Drop It
5. 5 Only the Strong Survive
6. Easy Money
7. Roll with the Changes
8. The Unidentified Flyin' Tuna Trot
9. Gary's Solo
10. Back on the Road Again
11. Keep Pushin'
12. Ridin' the Storm Out
13. Little Queenie
14. Rock 'N' Roll Music
15. Golden Country
16. Intro
17. Say You Love Me or Say Goodnight
18. Like You Do
19. Heavy on Your Love
20. Drop It
21. Only the Strong Survive
22. Easy Money
23. Roll with the Changes
24. The Unidentified Flyin' Tuna Trot
25. Gary's Solo
26. Back on the Road Again
27. Keep Pushin'
28. Ridin' the Storm Out
29. Little Queenie
30. Rock 'N' Roll Music
31. Golden Country

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REO Speedwagon - Live At Rockpalast 1979. Recorded and filmed in 1979 in Hamburg, Germany, the video and audio included on Live at Rockpalast captures. - Originally formed in 1967 and hailing from Champaign, Illinois, the classic REO line-up was solidified once and for all in 1977: Kevin Cronin supplying vocals, guitar, and piano, Gary Richrath on guitar, Bruce Hall on bass, Neal Doughty on keyboards, organs, and synthesizer, and Alan Gratzer on drums. - And the quintet immediately went on to issue a trio of albums (Live: You Get What You Play For, You Can Tune a Piano but You Can't Tuna Fish, and Nine Lives) that as evidenced by their Billboard chart placings, offered clear evidence that the quintet was inching closer and closer to a massive commercial breakthrough. - Recorded and filmed on November 10, 1979 in Hamburg, Germany at the Markthalle, the video and audio included on Live at Rockpalast captures REO in all their '70s hard rockin' glory, as evidenced by the inclusion of such classic tunes as "Ridin' the Storm Out" and "Roll With the Changes, " plus such fan favorites as the set-opening "Say You Love Me or Say Goodnight" and "Easy Money." Also included are tunes that are ripe for rediscovery, including "Heavy on Your Love, " "Golden Country, " and the positively awesomely-titled "The Unidentified Flying Tuna Trot.
        
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