Uriah Heep “Salisbury” (Castle Classics 1971) —Featuring a 24-piece orchestraBuy it!
Traffic “Graveyard People” from When the Eagle Flies (Island 1974)Buy it!
The Jimi Hendrix Experience “Come On (Let the Good Times Roll)” from Electric Ladyland (Reprise 1968) —Composed of singer, songwriter, and guitarist Jimi Hendrix, bassist and backing vocalist Noel Redding, and drummer Mitch Mitchell,Buy it!
Ten Years After “I'm Going Home (single version)” from Stonedhenge (Decca Music Group Ltd. 1968) —The song that started it all for them.Buy it!
Hot Tuna “Embryonic Journey” from 2008-05-20 The Triple Door, Seattle, WA (Hot Tuna Ltd. 1998) —Live from the Further Festival.Buy it!
Sanatana “Aquamarine” from Warfield Theatre 1979 (self released KBFH 1979) —taken from the Marathon tour when they had former Brian Auger Oblivion Express vocalist, Alex Alex Ligertwood. Although this is an instrumental.Buy it!
Journey “Look into the Future (Live)” from Cow Palace 1976 (self released 1976) —Two years later they would be forced to disband or add a new lead vocalist and become a pop rock act. The rest is history.Buy it!
The Bob Seger System “2 + 2 = ?” from The Bob Seger System (CAPITOL 1969) —A young and gritty pre-famous Bob Seger!Buy it!
Sutherland Brothers “You Got Me Anyway” from Lifeboat (Columbia 1973) —The Sutherland Brothers (Gavin and Iain Sutherland) originally performed as a folk and rock music duo in the British music scene in the early 1970s.Buy it!
Steve Miller Band “Fly like a Eagle” from Washington D.C. 1973 KBFH (KBHF 1973) —Possibly the first live performance of this song in it's rawest form. The meaning of it is much clearer without the fancy production.Buy it!
The Who “Overture (Live At Leeds Deluxe Edition Version)” from Live At Leeds (MCA 1970) —Incredible live version of the Who in their prime.Buy it!
Genesis “Dance on a Volcano” from Hammermith 1976 Live (self released 1976) —KBFH Radio ShowBuy it!
The Eric Burdon Band “Medley: Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood / Nina's School” from Sun Secrets/Stop (Avenue Records Catalog P&D 1975) —With a new band of hot musicians, live in the studio.Buy it!
Steely Dan “Do it Again” from Can't Buy a Thrill (MCA 1972) —When they were a full band with Jeff "Skunk" Baxter on guitar.Buy it!
Gypsy “Dead And Gone” from GYPSY (Metromedia 1970) R —For all practical purposes, Gypsy today is a mere tribute band. James Walsh (sole semi-original member) headlines his tribute to the original Gypsy. Enrico Rosenbaum, guitarist and songwriter passed on years ago.Buy it!
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