LEON RUSSELL - STOCKHOLM 1971 [R.I.P. 1942 - 2016]

November 15, 2016 – 4:08 am

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LEON RUSSELL
And The Shelter People
Stockholm 1971 [no label, 1CD]

North Country Fair” TV Show, Stockholm, Sweden; November 26, 1971. Very good mono soundboard (from TV broadcast).

Thanks to CoolSonics and to kneesfudd for sharing the show at Dime.

Notes:

- Warts: About 20 minutes in middle has some quite low level static. The worst was removed and it is not problematic - would take insane work to remove entirely (even by my standards), so you’ll have to eat it. No fears, a minor quibble, as it sounds EXC!
- Live in TV studio before an audience.
- Only Leon live “George Jackson” I know of and absolutely stunning. Leon played bass on Dylan’s big band studio 45 version on 1971-11-04. Bob’s ‘71 tribute to the Black Panther leader, who’d been recently killed by San Quentin Prison guards (which indirectly sparked the Attica Prison riots).
- Track 5 “I Got The Blues” could just be Leon making it up as he goes along.

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Artwork posted at rockrarecollectionfetish.

Lineage:
TV studio soundboard > master line source recording > unknown generations > trade CD-R audio wav files
Playback 2013-05-08: mono WAV files in Audacity (fades, manual one-at-a-time glitch/pop/click repairs, volume adjustments, NO equalisation) > CD Wave (track splits) > Trader’s Little Helper

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Track 01. Kansas City Woman 3:53 (9.3MB)
Track 02. Dixie Lullabye 3:15 (7.8MB)
Track 03. Untitled 0:40 (1.6MB)
Track 04. Blues Power-Shoot Out On The Plantation 4:08 (9.9MB)
Track 05. I Got The Blues 1:09 (2.8MB)
Track 06. Sweet Little Angel 3:56 (9.5MB)
Track 07. Stranger In A Strange Land 4:28 (10.7MB)
Track 08. Sweet Emily 3:15 (7.8MB)
Track 09. Alcatraz 4:20 (10.4MB)
Track 10. George Jackson 3:44 (9.0MB)
Track 11. Jumpin’ Jack Flash-Youngblood 9:46 (23.5MB)
Track 12. Delta Lady 3:56 (9.4MB)
47 mins

Lineup:
Leon Russell - piano, vocals
Don Preston - lead electric guitar, background vocals
Joey Cooper - electric guitar, background vocals
John Gallie - organ
Carl Radle - bass
Chuck Blackwell - drums

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  1. 6 Responses to “LEON RUSSELL - STOCKHOLM 1971 [R.I.P. 1942 - 2016]”

  2. thanks guys…

    By sluggo on Nov 15, 2016

  3. Nice find! Thank you! RIP!

    By oneL on Nov 15, 2016

  4. Thanks very much for all of your hard work. We out in cyberville appreciate it!

    By strickles on Nov 16, 2016

  5. Good sound quality on this one! Thanks Big O!

    By Big Dave on Dec 3, 2016

  6. we lost a shit load of great musicians this year but Leon`s passing hit me hardest.

    By sluggo on Dec 3, 2016

  7. leon was always one of my favorites his first album is a classic and the next four or five are excellent. he was an amazing piano player, aside from Dr. John, theres really no one else who can play that mixture of blues gospel and rock. its always a pleasure to listen to his recordings.

    By barth on Dec 7, 2016

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