RY COODER - KSAN, SAUSALITO 1974

August 31, 2018 – 3:32 am

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RY COODER
Sausalito 1974 [no label, 1CD]

Live at the Record Plant, Sausalito, CA; July 23, 1974 (also listed as July 7). Very good KSAN FM.

According to Wolfgangs Vault:

Ry Cooder was promoting his third solo album, Paradise & Lunch, which most critics still regard as his best LP to date. Personable, humorous, and unquestionably talented, this intimate performance by Cooder is a long lost gem in his long and well-celebrated career. He performs a wide spectrum of material that includes covers and originals from his then-current and previous Warner Brother’s albums.

Whether it’s a Depression-era styled blues classic, such as “Police Dog Blues,” or Little Miton’s “If The Walls Could Talk,” Cooder is a master at the craft of blending smooth vocals and tasteful guitar licks around a compelling storyline song. If you don’t love the characters he sings about, you are bound to love his true musicianship, which has graced hundreds of recordings by the likes of James Taylor and The Rolling Stones.

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Thanks to Dowling for sharing the show at The Traders’ Den.

Lineage:
FM (KSAN ) > MR > ? > CDR

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Track 01. Police Dog Blues 2:50
Track 02. FDR In Trinidad 4:09
Track 03. If Walls Could Talk 3:33
Track 04. Tamp ‘Em Up Solid 4:48
Track 05. Vigilante Man 6:29
Track 06. How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live 6:41
Track 07. Tattler 4:14
Track 08. Comin’ In On A Wing and a Prayer 4:00
Track 09. Alimony 4:21
Track 10. Teardrops Will Fall 3:55
Track 11. I Am A Pilgrim 5:52
Track 12. Cleanin’ Up At Home 4:48
Track 13. The Blind Man Messed Up In Tear Gas 4:25
Track 14. One Meatball 3:31
Track 15. Diddy Wah Diddy 2:50
Track 16. Dark Is The Night 4:56
72 mins

Lineup:
Ry Cooder - guitar and vocals
Russ Teitelman - bass
Jim Keltner - drums
Milt Holland - percussion
Gene Mumford, Bobby King, Cliff Givens - vocals

Click here to order Ry Cooder releases.

  1. 14 Responses to “RY COODER - KSAN, SAUSALITO 1974”

  2. Thanks, BigO!! Great guitar player

    By DanC on Aug 31, 2018

  3. Rumor has it Ry’s got a big un

    By U L E on Aug 31, 2018

  4. A big what ?

    By CJ on Aug 31, 2018

  5. Now we’re talking!
    Thanks Big O - love me some of the Master my main man Ry Cooder!
    Never mind these small weenie trolls and the gibbering idiots, ageists and racists dig this!
    This is what it’s all about people!
    “How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live?’ indeed!

    after all it’s all ‘Diddy Wah Diddy!” aint it? ;)

    By swappers on Aug 31, 2018

  6. Big music CJ, don’t miss this one. Thanks Big O!

    By Matches on Aug 31, 2018

  7. Thanks so much for posting this one. Clearly Cooder at the top of his game, and with a terrific band, as well.

    By strickles on Aug 31, 2018

  8. He shoulda kept on as Beefheart’s opening act. He’s just got no star material. A run-down looser. Teeeeeeensie weener too.

    By Yummy on Sep 1, 2018

  9. I think he meant that there was a rumor he has a big penis . Hee Hee .

    By Katie Kessler on Sep 1, 2018

  10. Bob was hung like a horse . His Coc was enormous.

    By Pamela Des Barris on Sep 1, 2018

  11. Classic Ryland. With Cooder you only get gooder. Thank you for this…

    By Goats in the Machine on Sep 1, 2018

  12. Whoops, my syphilitic brain is a little off today. That comment was about someone named Bob not Ry.

    By Pamela Des Barris on Sep 1, 2018

  13. its always good to hear some Ry. thanks bigO!

    i just learned that Ry also had a book published several years ago that might be of interest to fans of his music: http://rycooder.com/book/los-angeles-stories/

    By barth on Sep 2, 2018

  14. oops wrong page ; i was referring to Bob Dylan as having a large coc.unfortunatly ive never been with Ry

    By Pamela Des Barris on Sep 2, 2018

  15. I have and the rumors are true .very true.He’s quite big.long and lots of girth

    By Groupie Chick Traci on Sep 2, 2018

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