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Stompin' at the Savoy Live, Import

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  • Audio CD (25 Oct. 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Live, Import
  • Label: Wea
  • ASIN: B000002KXQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 157,991 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. You Got The Love
  2. Once You Get Started
  3. Dance With Me
  4. Sweet Things
  5. Tell Me Something Good
  6. You're Welcome, Stop On By
  7. Pack'd My Bags
  8. I'm A Woman (I'm A Backbone)
  9. At Midnight (My Love Will Lift You Up)

Disc: 2

  1. Ain't That Peculiar
  2. Stay
  3. What Cha' Gonna Do For Me
  4. Do You Love What You Feel
  5. Ain't Nobody
  6. One Million Kisses
  7. Try A Little Understanding
  8. Don't Go To Strangers

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Format: Audio CD
This album is simply the best I have ever had the pleasure of listening to. It's over 10 years since I first bought it on vinyl, but it still sounds as fresh and vibrant today as it did then. It captures the atmosphere and excitement of the live performance whilst not detracting from the original versions of the songs, most of which are absolute classics. I give it a 5 star plus rating - it's a must for any serious record/cd collection.
Roy Bayliss 12/08/02
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I haven't listened to this for years as my copy is vinyl. Saw this on CD and had to buy it. I haven't stopped listening to it since it arrived. This is Rufus at their funkiest and Chaka Khan at her best. This is a live recording, but you'd think it was done in a studio, the sound is so clear. They play all their greatest hits and it is a joy to listen to these classics again. If you want something that is going to put a spring in your step, then buy this album!
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I first heard Do You Love What You Feel LIVE from this LP on the Greg Edwards Show (Capital Radio 12 Aug 1983). I immediately purchased the double LP. Now on CD it sounds even more amazing and certainly has not dated.

I believe the Live tracks here were recorded over two nights at the Savoy. Side Four (now the closing 4 studio cuts) were recorded in early 1983 with one of the four being the awesome "Ain't Nobody" heard here in its original superior form.

After the release of this LP by Rufus, the band featuring Chaka Khan on lead vocals went their separate ways with Chaka going on to record a string of solo hits.

The rest they say is history but Rufus were very very good as this live LP confirms. They were a product of the 70s soul scene and left the scene in 1983 at the very top of their game. What we have are wonderful memories that have stood the test of time without doubt.

May I recommend other LPs such as "Rufusised" and the rare "Street Player" which contains the outstanding studio version of Stay.
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This is one of my all-time favourites; and although I have several by Rufus and Chaka Khan, this is the best in my opinion for all sorts of reasons. Not all concerts have such an atmosphere or magic, but this album fizzes with it, and the concert version here of Stop on By is packed with energy and emotion. Indeed all the tracks are full of energy and passion and the ecstatic appreciation of a captivated audience. While I have it already on vinyl and tape I also want it on CD - which must be some kind of a recommendation!
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After one whole decade of superb Soul/Funk hits including no less than four US R&B No.1's ("You Got The Love", "Sweet Thing", "At Midnight (My Love Will Lift You Up)" and "Do You Love What You Feel" – all of which are included on this reissue in live form) – Rufus and Chaka Khan decided to bury the hatchet on their acrimonious split and get together for one more Funky hurrah in 1982. Out of three incendiary shows came this legendary double album released in the summer of 1983 (three sides live – the fourth studio – four brand new tracks). The 2LP set even produced a fifth number one in the monster smash in "Ain't Nobody" - a song now considered their 'anthem'.

In truth I'd forgotten just how good Rufus was as a functioning live band and just how complete this release is. What an utter barnstormer – whether they're slap-bassing the Hell out of Soulful tunes or just harmonizing on those gorgeous and sexy ballads – Rufus was a formidable machine on stage with two hugely talented voices out front – Chaka Khan and Tony Maiden. These guys were tight - almost uncannily so. And now with superlative new Audio and Presentation – once again England's Big Break Records (BBR are part of the much respected Cherry Red) have stepped up to the Reissue/Remaster plate and stumped up a classy CD that will have fans dancing in the aisles (the whole double album is fitted onto one disc). Here are the sweet things...

UK released August 2015 (September 2015 in the USA) – "Live: Stompin' At The Savoy" by RUFUS and CHAKA KHAN on Big Break Records WCDBBRX 0313 (Barcode 5013929061330) offers fans the full double-album onto 1CD (no bonus tracks) and plays out as follows (77:59 minutes):

1. You Got The Love
2. Once You Get Started
3.
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In my view, The best live album ever recorded; it really is that good. The addition of four additional studio recordings may have detracted from the overall effect but for the inclusion of the masterpiece 'Ain't Nobody' and a truly sublime interpretation of a jazz gem 'Don't Go To Strangers'.
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