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CARNEGIE HALL - Volume 3

Recorded 3rd June 1978

 

PART I

 

CYCLONE (5:30)

GROUNDHOG DAY (7:08)

SECRET OF THE DARKNESS (I BELIEVE) (5:55)

RUNNING AFTER LOVE (4:30)

YANKEE MAN (6:49)

GOLDEN CHAINS (6:14)

LEFTOVER EMOTIONS (6:10)

WE WORSHIP THE DEAD (2:29)

SAVE ME (7:26)

PHOTOGRAPH (6:50)

 

PART II

 

INTERMISSION (1:09)

IM SO BLUE (5:04)

WHAT HAVE THEY DONE TO MY SONG, MA? (5:28)

SPUNKY (5:13)

MIRANDA (3:26)

SINGING IM BLUE (4:34)
BON APATITE (7:05)

LAY DOWN SALLY (4:56)

KNOCK ON WOOD (4:50)

FRIENDS AND CO. (13:00)

ID RATHER LEAVE WHILE IM IN LOVE (5:26)

BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE (6:46)

 

Restored Bonus Tracks

 

RUBY TUESDAY (4:39)
LEFTOVER WINE (6:30)

 

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Released 2007

Available as a digital download only

(Currently Unavailable)

 

PLEASE NOTE: This audio was originally broadcast through ISDN phone lines direct to a studio where it was then recorded to a 2-track mastering tape machine running at 15ips. This particular audio has NOT been sourced from those master tapes. You will experience dropouts in a few brief places amongst other low level noise and other artefacts within this historical recording. We have attempted to re-master the source material as best as possible. We will post audio samples soon.

 

All selections written by Melanie except

Yankee Man written by Jesse Winchester

Miranda written by Phil Ochs

Lay Down Sally written by Eric Clapton

Knock On Wood written by Eddie Floyd and Steve Cropper

Id Rather Leave While Im In Love Carole Bayer Sager and Peter Allen

Ruby Tuesday written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards

 

Accompanying Melanie during her June 1978 tour were:

 

Chris Parker: Drums

Sal DiTroia: Acoustic and Classical Guitars

Robbie Georgia: Vocals and Lead Guitar

Robert Michael Leone: Electric Bass

David Mason: Keyboards

Gary (Coffi) Hall: Drums and Background Vocals

Donnie McCraken: Guitar and Vocals

Tony Ramos: Percussion

 

Special guest appearance at this show

Randy and Michael Brecker The Brecker Brothers

 

COMMENTS

 

The concert was introduced by Scott Muni and broadcast live by WNEW-FM Radio

 

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