KISS - SAN FRANCISCO 1977

October 30, 2012 – 4:28 am

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KISS
San Francisco 1977 [Bondage Music BON 228, 1CD]

Live at the Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA; August 16, 1977. Good to very good soundboard.

The day Elvis died… and Kiss dedicated Rock And Roll All Nite to the King.

Here’s one for those in the Halloween mood… and, in the meantime, let’s spare a thought for those affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Thanks to the person who shared this on the net in 2006.

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Track 01. I Stole Your Love (6.3MB)
Track 02. Take Me (4.5MB)
Track 03. Ladies Room (5.4MB)
Track 04. Firehouse (7.6MB)
Track 05. Love Gun (6.3MB)
Track 06. Hooligan (4.6MB)
Track 07. Christine Sixteen (4.9MB)
Track 08. Makin’ Love (4.8MB)
Track 09. Shock Me/Ace Frehley Solo (15.3MB)
Track 10. I Want You (7.2MB)
Track 11. Calling Dr Love (6.1MB)
Track 12. Shout It Out Loud (4.6MB)
Track 13. God Of Thunder (including Peter Criss Solo) (14.2MB)
Track 14. Rock And Roll All Nite (6.6MB)
Track 15. Detroit Rock City (7.2MB)
Track 16. Black Diamond (9.5MB)

Lineup:
Paul Stanley - vocals, guitar
Gene Simmons - vocals, bass
Ace Frehley - vcals, guitar
Peter Criss - vocals, drums

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  1. 9 Responses to “KISS - SAN FRANCISCO 1977”

  2. His name was Frank Gifford, one of the original Dukes of Thompson, he is listening to tunes in a better place now, and he would have surely loved this recording. He introduced me to these guys, and Cherry Sloe Gin. Thank you Big O Amigos.
    James

    By James on Oct 30, 2012

  3. i am so stoked to find this, this was my first ever concert (i was there) when i was 12! when alive 2 came out later i was confused because it wasn’t the same as the show i saw.

    By robert on Oct 31, 2012

  4. robert - since none of it was recorded at the show u were at.. im not surprised that u were confused. for the actual details of each song and where it was recorded etc.. check wiki-
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alive_II

    By darth on Oct 31, 2012

  5. Wow! Great! Thank you BigO! My first LP in my collection was “Destroyer”, I bought it when I was 12 (as Robert :-)) and I still love this songs…

    By Josef (Czech republic) on Nov 1, 2012

  6. ewwwww. it`s a good night to watch Ernest Scared Straight.

    By wikidarth on Nov 1, 2012

  7. I’m in the Dave Marsh camp on this band. “Kiss is not a great band, Kiss was never a great band, Kiss never will be a great band”. Dave lost the war when they were elected to the Rock Hall this year, but that still doesn’t make him wrong. Need more proof? Try watching Gene Simmons reality show(s) without vomitting.

    By Johnny Kinkdom on Nov 2, 2012

  8. OOOPS! They weren’t nominated or elected to the Rock Hall! Dave is still safe! Rush may get in though. The Kiss of Canada. Let the hating begin!

    By Johnny Kinkdom on Nov 2, 2012

  9. You have to give credit where it’s due.. They were a very hard working rock band that had smart business interest in mind. They slogged it out on the road circuit for years with Rush and many other young upstarts until they got noticed.. Of course, the prog rock and traditional sense of music fans wrote them off quickly, they then scored a huge media audience with a spectacular stage show and a gimmick laden image. They soon drew a very young crowd who alienated older fans who moved off into the upsurge of heavy metal to Judas Priest, Iron Maiden etc…or hair bands of the early 80s. They changed course and continued to reinvent themselves to take off the makeup and enjoyed another 15 years until their reunion shows, the farewell show and now the tribute show featuring the impostors in Ace and Peter’s makeup… Instead of war machine…. $$$ money machine is more like it. Thanks for sharing this…

    By Woodstock on Nov 3, 2012

  10. for darth and other tin earred teens.

    http://musictravellerstwo.blogspot.it/2011/11/kiss-1966-2007-demos-and-rare-songs.html

    By gary lee on Nov 24, 2013

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