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Live at the Paramount
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Album: Live at the Paramount
# Song Title   Time
1)    Pain Train
2)    Albert Flasher
3)    New Mother Nature
4)    Runnin' Back to Saskatoon
5)    Rain Dance - (previously unreleased)
6)    These Eyes - (previously unreleased)
7)    Glace Bay Blues
8)    Sour Suite - (previously unreleased)
9)    Hand Me Down World - (previously unreleased)
10)    American Woman
11)    Truckin' Off Across the Sky
12)    Share the Land - (previously unreleased)
13)    No Time - (previously unreleased)
 

Album: Live at the Paramount
# Song Title   Time
1)    Pain Train
2)    Albert Flasher
3)    New Mother Nature
4)    Runnin' Back to Saskatoon
5)    Rain Dance - (previously unreleased)
6)    These Eyes - (previously unreleased)
7)    Glace Bay Blues
8)    Sour Suite - (previously unreleased)
9)    Hand Me Down World - (previously unreleased)
10)    American Woman
11)    Truckin' Off Across the Sky
12)    Share the Land - (previously unreleased)
13)    No Time - (previously unreleased)
 
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  • The Guess Who: Kurt Winter, Don McDougall (vocals, guitar); Burton Cummings (vocals, flute, harmonica, piano); Jim Kale (vocals, bass); Garry Peterson (vocals, drums).
  • Producer: Jack Richardson.
  • Reissue producers: Rob Santos, Frank Uroleo.
  • Recorded live at The Paramount Theater, Seattle, Washington on May 22, 1972.
  • Includes liner notes by John Einarson.
  • Digitally remastered by Elliott Federman (SAJE Sound, New York, New York).
  • This overlooked gem of a live album, recorded in 1972, is vastly superior in the remastered and remixed version. Six additional tracks make the album far more representative of a typical GW show of the period, and astonishingly good sound highlights the surprising firepower of the group during its twin guitar days.
  • Highpoints include the infernally catchy riff-rocker "Runnin Back to Saskatoon," the closing version of their folk-rock classic "No Time," (featuring exquisite group harmonies and a modal guitar duel), and the free-form improv opening rant appended to "American Woman," in which front man Burton Cummings excoriates said gal in a spew of Jim Morrison-esque gonzo Beat poetry that, as the late Lester Bangs observed, actually out-Jimboed the Lizard King.
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