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Five Live Yardbirds

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Download links and information about Five Live Yardbirds by The Yardbirds. This album was released in 1964 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Rock & Roll, Country, Psychedelic genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:09:38 minutes.

Artist: The Yardbirds
Release date: 1964
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Rock & Roll, Country, Psychedelic
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:09:38
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Too Much Monkey Business (Live) 3:54
2. Got Love If You Want It (Live) 2:35
3. Smokestack Lightning (Live) 5:32
4. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (Live) 2:48
5. Respectable (Live) 5:30
6. Five Long Years (Live) 5:06
7. Pretty Girl (Live) 3:02
8. Louise (Live) 3:38
9. I'm a Man (Live) 4:31
10. Here 'tis (Live) 4:06
11. You Can't Judge a Book By Looking At the Cover (Live) 2:56
12. Let It Rock (Live) 2:19
13. I Wish You Would (Alternate) [Long Version] 5:53
14. Who Do You Love (Live) 3:14
15. Honey In Your Hips (Live) 2:29
16. A Certain Girl 2:19
17. Got to Hurry (Alternate Version) [Take 3] 2:32
18. Boom Boom 2:27
19. I Ain't Got You 2:01
20. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 2:46

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The Yardbirds were one of Britain’s most important groups in the ‘60s and this live album of the band’s early line-up, with Eric Clapton on lead guitar, goes a good way towards explaining why. Their mastery of the blues and Chuck Berry was rivaled only by the Rolling Stones, but even the Stones at this point couldn’t boast a lead guitarist with Clapton’s skills — or a harmonica player like singer Keith Relf. These tracks are dense and exciting, primarily recorded at the Marquee Club with a few additional tracks from the same 1964 era taken from the Crawdaddy Club. The group exudes the raw power of a garage band with the finesse of consummate professionals. Bo Diddley’s “You Can’t Judge a Book By Looking At the Cover” is manic. “Let It Rock” is a steamroller. “I Wish You Would” crashes through with the entire band playing with pure abandon. This album finishes out with a number of studio tracks from the era – “I Ain’t Got You,” “A Certain Girl” and “Good Morning Little Schoolgirl” (also here in a live version).