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  • Audio CD (30 May 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live, Import
  • Label: Repertoire Records
  • ASIN: B00000I0IZ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 173,207 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3. Loving Cup
4. Prince Kajuku/The Coming of Prince Kajuku
5. Boogie for George
6. Follow You Home

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Hank Howard on 29 Sep 2007
Format: Audio CD
This CD will probably not be enjoyed by the late 70s, 80s and present day UFO fans, it is a million miles away from the Schenker inspired UFO. As this CD is pre Schenker. The band line up being Mogg, Way, Parker and original guitarist Mick Bolton. This group were really into the Blues and boy can they play it. Every track is a guitar workout, long extended solos, with wahwah, feedback and lots of echo. I can understand no UFO fans being remotely interested in this album but anyone who is into the blues should give it a listen. Phil Mogg has a wonderful voice for singing the blues and Mick Bolton squeezes every last note out of his guitar. What sums this album up most of all is just before the encore Phil Mogg says to the audience 'this has to be our last song, because the guitarist fingers are so cut he won't be able to play for a month'.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By P. Sparkes on 24 Aug 2008
Format: Audio CD
That's probably the question 99% of UFO fans will ask. The answer is Mick Bolton was one of the better finger-pickers that have ever picked up guitar.
Possibly not to the liking of the modern day UFO fraternity, this live material shows where UFO, and many of the other bands that began their careers in the late 60s, had their roots, within the blues/rock genre.
I first bought this back in 1978, on vinyl, and I am pleased that it has been released on cd. This would grace any UFO collection.
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By rebecca on 13 Jun 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
great product if you are a fan of this type of music, i bought it for my boyfriend and he was very happy
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Original UFO 13 July 2000
By Andy Hula - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
For anyone thinking about buying this, you should know that it's not Michael Schenker on guitar, it's original guitarist Mick Bolton. That said, it's not quite as good as Phenomenon, but not that bad either. This is a band still trying to find their sound, doing mostly covers, and sticking to their roots. Mick Bolton's guitar playing is no match for Schenker's, but it's still pretty good. Includes covers of Eddie Cochran's "C'mon Everybody", Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love", and Paul Butterfield's "Loving Cup." "Follow You Home" is a huge ripoff of the Kinks, repeating the riff off of "You Really Got Me" a hundred times. Not bad performances, but the material is pretty simple in structure but played with plenty of energy. Recommended for those who are interested in the roots of the early British heavy metal acts.
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Awsome 22 Nov 2007
By Rita A. Lemay - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I might be weird but I think everything after this album from UFO sucks, I just love there first 3 albums. They have such a raw kinda Hawkwind sound but with more of a blues feel to it.
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Don't listen to these other mallcore baby reviews..... 1 Mar 2009
By Ultra Magnus - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a real raw live rock album. The other other reviewers calling this "amature" need to take a clue. Don't expect this to be "Strangers in the Night". What it is is a snap shot of a very early UFO playing their hearts out in the club circuit with Mick Bolton on guitars, and man can he play. It's unfair and irresponsible to compare him to Schenker who is a completely different guitarist. I enjoy every minute of this live set because of Bolton's smokeing blues leads. The whole group is just tears up the stage, please just get this and listen to what a great guitarist Mick Bolton was.
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Overlooked classic! 27 April 2004
By Metaljim - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Back about 100 years ago, I heard UFO for the first time. This was back in the early days of FM radio in the US, when the DJ's could play pretty much whatever they wanted. Anyway, the local FM station kept playing Rock Bottom and Doctor, Doctor. I purchased the album (Phenomenon) and loved every song on it. I went in search of other UFO albums, and the record store told me the one before Phenomenon was a live album. I bought it (this one)immediately and literally flew home to check it out. While my initial impression was not as good, over the next few days it began to really grow on me. A VERY energetic live performance, with excellent playing by all involved. Mogg's voice is superb and the three musicians shine. Many people seem to be unable to get past the Schenker-era, either pre or post. That's a shame, because UFO is a great band, with or without Schenker. The live album is the pinnacle of their pre-Schenker career, with the vastly underrated Flying also worth exploring. Check this one out for a young band blazing away on stage. Also noteworthy for being one of the first hard rock live albums to be recorded in Japan. As a bonus, the CD has live photos that weren't in my vinyl version.
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Maybe you had to be there 13 Dec 2008
By truthreader - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Yes, the band was still somewhat amateurish,forming and experimenting with their sound and class of music. They were doing lots of covers early on too, but so were many bands that begun in this era. They certainly did adjust more to the street rock moniker after Phenomenon and became more refined and focused, though I feel their music was in many ways quite unique and showed much of the raw talent that was involved with the core of the band.
I really don't agree that Mick Bolton was a bad guitar player,(could of shown shredders like Van Halen a thing or 2);for his type of playing he was quite good indeed and remember him well for his wah wah efforts and great jams. Actually listen to Treacle People, Boogie For George and Prince, etc with an 'open ear'.
Frankly, a REAL UFO fan finds much to be enjoyed from ALL of their eras. One reason for the extreme prejudice is clearly that many later fans simply weren't there when the band was making these albums and have no recollection of the styles of music of the late 60's and early 70's or growing up with early Ufo as some of us did having no conception of what the music was about and could care less-period.
I'm down off the soap box and this is an interesting live cd-These guys always rocked hard-Enjoy It!
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