FREE - STOCKHOLM 1970

October 7, 2022 – 6:29 am

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FREE
Stockholm 1970 [Wardour 392, 1CD]

“Midnight Hour”, Radiohuset, Stockholm, Sweden; December 1, 1970. (First broadcast on Sveriges Radio on January 2, 1971.) Very good stereo soundboard.

Thanks to yotsuba428 for sharing the show at Dime.

Lineage:
Silver CD > EAC > WAV > TLH > FLAC Lv8

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Midnight Hour”, Radiohuset, Stockholm, Sweden; December 1, 1970
Track 01. The Stealer 4:08
Track 02. Fire And Water 4:24
Track 03. Ride On A Pony 5:06
Track 04. Heavy Load 6:20
Track 05. Woman 4:45
Track 06. Love You So 5:51
Track 07. All Right Now 5:17
Track 08. Be My Friend 6:15
Track 09. Mr Big 7:08

Bonus Tracks
Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA; July 24-27, 1969
Track 10. Walk In My Shadow 4:49
Track 11. Moonshine 8:28
Track 12. Song Of Yesterday 7:37

International Essener Pop & Blues Festival, Grugahalle, Essen, Germany; October 9, 1969
Track 13. Trouble On Double Time (audience recording) 4:00
74 mins

Lineup:
Paul Rodgers - vocals
Paul Kossoff - guitar
Andy Fraser - bass
Simon Kirke - drums

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  1. 15 Responses to “FREE - STOCKHOLM 1970”

  2. Free is my fee for giving blowjobs

    By U L E on Oct 7, 2022

  3. Paul Kossoff’s guitar riffs so big here you can see them. And such spartan rock and roll with a good bit of the blues. Historic recording, bigO and thanks for it.

    By Tony on Oct 7, 2022

  4. To reduce spamming, the BigO website is going through Cloudflare. What it does is scan your browser to ensure the visitor is not a spam. Do not be alarmed as this usually takes only a few seconds. Email us if you still have difficulty accessing the BigO site; or playing or downloading the tracks. If you know a better way of reducing spam, do let us know.

    By Big O Official on Oct 7, 2022

  5. Our costs will always be there. So readers who can donate towards the cost of the site, please open a Skrill account. Readers who wish to contribute to BigO will now have to use Skrill (click here). We are no longer able to use PayPal to receive donations. Register an account at Skrill. To make a payment, use this e-mail address as recipient’s e-mail address in Skrill: mail2[at]bigomagazine.com. Looking forward to hearing from you.

    By HOW TO DONATE on Oct 7, 2022

  6. Great to have arguably the finest blues/rock outfit ever on here. They were so much more than ‘All Right Bloody Now’, every pub covers group ‘go to ‘ song.

    By Johhny A on Oct 7, 2022

  7. I want to walk into a kindergarten and shoot up those lil bstards. they all make fun of my hunchback. im going to take out at least 4o lil tikes and 20 adults

    By Derrick on Oct 8, 2022

  8. “To reduce spamming, the BigO website is going through Cloudflare……”

    How about reducing the amount of profanity while you’re at it Big O? Great site for music, not so for the amount of ‘comments’ from the In-Breeds.

    By Haryson Capri on Oct 8, 2022

  9. To reduce spamming, the BigO website is going through Cloudflare……”

    How about reducing the amount of profanity while you’re at it Big O? Great site for music, not so for the amount of ‘comments’ from the In-Breeds.
    I agree with you but look at it this way BIG O provides these sad INCEL MORONS sitting at home in their underpants a valuable outlet without which they and their soiled pants would probably have to go outside where they would be an offensive sight for us all.

    By Alan P Thomas on Oct 8, 2022

  10. really good show.. amazing the guys were still in their teen when this was recorded.

    By Alan P Thomas on Oct 8, 2022

  11. Hey Haryson, Alan, why have you crawled out from under your stone? Don’t criticise what you don’t understand, comprende?

    By Rightup Dias on Oct 8, 2022

  12. I suck dik for free.

    You’ll have to pay a quarter to fuck my ass.

    By Derrick on Oct 9, 2022

  13. I complain on a regular basis but now Im with Derriere. If I cant beat em join em Ill suck dik for free and fuck my ass for a dime

    By Alan P Thomas on Oct 9, 2022

  14. Twernt me on first one , Nuther fake

    By U L E on Oct 9, 2022

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    By U L E on Oct 9, 2022

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