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Keep Them Freaks A Rollin' - Live At Abbey Road Live, Original recording remastered

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  • Audio CD (4 Oct. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live, Original recording remastered
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B0002ZUI8M
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 53,619 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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(2004/Emi) 8 tracks.

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Smokestack Lightning
What Is A Woman For?
Yason Blues
Refugee
Dropout Boogie
American Boy Soldier
Momma's Reward (Keep Them Freaks A Rollin')
Out Demons Out

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A progressive blues rock band with social and political comments to make! Recorded 'live' at the Abbey Road studios with a audience gives this a true live feeling. Rob 'Edgar' Broughton chats with the audience between tracks giving added interest. The Chester Burnett song Smokestack Lightening opens up the proceedings and is followed by an early version of What is a woman for? - this later appeared on their third album. Yason Blues has some good harmonica playing. Refugee sees Edgar singing and chanting accompanied by Steve B on drums and it was good to hear this is still in his live set today (Deal March 06).There is an extended version of American Soldier Boy which can either make you laugh or cry depending on how you take the lyrics - it is certainly a powerful rendition. Drop Out Boogie and Mommas Reward are both fine songs and the CD plays out with Out Demons Out. A well recorded and packaged piece of EBB history. Well worth purchasing.
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I have seen The Edgar Broughton Band many times during the late 1960's, mainly at a venue called Grovesville in the heart of Epping Forrest!
They were a very exciting band to see live, with more of a political edge than say Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Hawkwind etc.

The disappointment with this band is that their studio work never matched the magic of their live act. That has now changed. This album gives you the chance to experience a little of their charisma. Tracks like Smokestack Lightning, Droupout Boogie and Out Demons Out are just as I remember them. You just need to add your own chant of, 'out deamons out' to the last track for the full effect!

Great nostalga trip. Or a chance to experience live 'progressive rock' of the late 1960,s. Buy and enjoy.
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I loved the Edgar Broughton Band and would go to any of their gigs I could get to. Like everybody else who saw them I would tell you that none of their records compared to their live act. Rob had the ability to have the audience eating out of his hand, knew how to pace a gig and the power of the music and the smell of the jossticks that always seeme to be burning at his gigs combined to give a live show as good as you were likely to see back in the day(yes even better than Zep).
This album is as good a representation of EBB live as you're likely to get without a time machine so it's really worth getting, but I'd prefer a time machine (I could take in a Stone The Crows gig as well)!!
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I really wanted to like this album. I am familiar with the albums 'Wasa Wasa' and 'Sing Brother Sing', both of which I rate highly. However, this 'live' album has little to recommend it. As far as I can see, the only good track on it is 'What is a Woman For'. The full version of 'Out, Demons, Out' is overlong - you can sense that the band themselves get bored with it by about halfway through. The live version of 'American Boy Soldier' is an embarrassment - the racist stereotypes unacceptable. The between song commentary (from Edgar?) seems nervous and stilted.

I feel that the release of this recording damages the reputation of the Edgar Broughton Band. Were they, or the record company, so short of funds that they had to release this sub-standard stuff? Unfortunately I cannot recommend it to anyone.
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