Live At The Rainbow Theatre: 1974 (RSD 2024) RSD24

Live At The Rainbow Theatre: 1974 (RSD 2024) RSD24

Available on vinyl or any format for the 1st time for RSD 2024!, Pressed on 140g White Vinyl

Artist: Average White Band

Genre: Funk

Label: Demon Records

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Recently discovered tapes that went missing from the mastering studio in 1974, contain the long-lost concert at London’s Rainbow Theatre, when the Band supported jazz legend Billy Cobham, To continue with their 50th Anniversary celebrations, this debut concert release is the only live performance that capture AWB’s original drummer, Robbie McIntosh who died in tragic circumstances just as ‘AWB’ and it’s lead single ‘Pick Up The Pieces’ started to break the charts worldwide
, Tracks performed are from their first two albums ‘Show Your Hand’ and ‘AWB’ and include ‘Work To Do’, ‘Put It Where You Want It’, ‘Nothing You Can Do’, ‘Got The Love’, ‘Pick Up The Pieces’, ‘Just Wanna Love You Tonight’, ‘Keepin’ It To Myself’ and ‘You Got It’

About the artist

The Average White Band are a Scottish funk and R&B band that had a series of soul and disco hits between 1974 and 1980. They are best known for their million-selling instrumental track "Pick Up the Pieces", and their albums AWB and Cut the Cake. The band name was initially proposed by Bonnie Bramlett.

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