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Central Park ‘75 Master [no label, 1CD]

Live at Central Park, New York; August 29, 1975. Very good FM broadcast.

Thanks to yotsuba428 for sharing the show at Dime.

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Aerosmith’s performance in Central Park 1975 was part of the Schaeffer Music Festival and was the source for a King Biscuit Flower Hour FM broadcast. This is probably the most booted show from this era and for good reason. It is no doubt the best sounding document to surface from the early years and comes before their performances were marred by the excesses of their lifestyle. The band delivers an incredible performance all around and are supporting their latest LP Toys In The Attic, released in April.

The disc starts as Aerosmith are taking the stage with Tyler addressing Central Park. The opening three tracks are run non-stop before the first of the new Toys In The Attic songs. Steven says “Bless your stoned little heads” and introduces “Mr Scott Cushnie on piano” before “Big Ten Inch Record”. Scott’s presence during the show adds a lot to the sound of the band which includes adding the occasional vocal harmony as well.

Tyler has a bit of trouble with the high notes in “Dream On” and he comments “every rose has its thorn” at the end. Steven also makes a mess of the last verse in “Walk This Way”, which was released as a single in the US the day before, and is forced to improvise his way through it, something he is very good at. “No More No More” is one of the highlights and isn’t something you see in the set often enough. The slow and fast sections of “Train Kept A Rollin” are separated by Joey Kramer’s (unedited) drum solo and are indexed accordingly. Other than a few very minor performance flaws this is one intense set and some of these songs sound better here than they ever will again.

Central Park ’75 Master is highly recommended for all Aerosmith fans and appears to be the complete version of this show.

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Track 01. Introduction 0:53
Track 02. Walking The Dog 3:06
Track 03. S.O.S (Too Bad) 3:38
Track 04. Somebody 3:54
Track 05. Big Ten Inch Record 3:54
Track 06. Sweet Emotion 5:33
Track 07. Dream On 4:44
Track 08. Write Me A Letter 5:15
Track 09. Walk This Way 4:29
Track 10. No More No More 4:29
Track 11. Same Old Song And Dance 5:09
Track 12. Train Kept A Rollin’ (Slow) 2:41
Track 13. Drum Solo 5:52
Track 14. Train Kept A Rollin’ (Fast) 6:16
Track 15. Toys In The Attic 4:28
65 mins

Steven Tyler - vocals
Joe Perry
- guitar
Tom Hamilton
- bass
Joey Kramer
- drums
Brad Whitford
- guitar

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  1. 15 Responses to “AEROSMITH - NEW YORK 1975”

  2. Thanks Big O!

    By MrSmith on May 25, 2021

  3. Rumor has it this was a band of Big Uns

    By U L E on May 25, 2021

  4. With Steven being the Biggest Un

    By U L E on May 25, 2021

  5. Steve Tyler has a big one alright. Right U L E ? He’s got a big ten inch . He even sings about it .

    By T J on May 25, 2021

  6. Many thanks for this . God this stuff brings back memories of seventies rock heaven . What a time to be a teen / twenty something. Sadly rock is now dead . Replaced by rap garbage, lip syncing teen no talents in mini skirts , artificial computerized noise masquerading as music . I would hate to be young today . So much better back then . Aerosmith was hard rock at its best back then . By the way No More No More is kick ass . It’s the kind of song that defines what great rock music was once all about .

    By Bill on May 25, 2021

  7. Men talking about other men’s peckers. You are all gay as HELL!

    By ANTI'S ROTTING CORPSE on May 25, 2021

  8. Dude looks like a lady who won’t fuck me. No chicks will.

    By U L E on May 26, 2021

  9. Steven has a Giant Coc . I should know . His big ten inch is actually a big 14 inch . He was just being modest for the song .

    By Bebe on May 26, 2021

  10. Great show with a superb sound quality!!!!
    Thank you Bigo team!

    By Rochacrimson on May 26, 2021

  11. Steven and I are the proud parents of actress Liv Tyler

    By Bebe on May 26, 2021

  12. Bebe is correct. Two words come to mind when I think of Steven . Horse Dic . He was indeed enormous . Joe Perry was no small fry either . Also very big .

    By Pam Des Barris on May 26, 2021

  13. So Pam , who was bigger ? Steven or Joe ? You should know .

    By C Tony on May 26, 2021

  14. I think a 14 inch is just average for a black dude . Lots close to a two footer . Mississippi black snake . Chicks love to suck them and play with their balls .

    By C Tony on May 26, 2021

  15. Shut up, you homos!

    By ANTI'S ROTTING CORPSE on May 26, 2021

  16. Someone mention Uncle Milt…

    By HHH on May 26, 2021

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