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Todd Rundgren - Box O' Todd (Live)
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Todd Rundgren - Box O' Todd (Live)

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Johan Wippsson Format: Album
Release date: 2016-03-18 Year: 2016
Label: Purple Pyramid Records
Genre: Westcoast
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Tracklisting 1. Banter & Soundcheck (Live 1971)
2. Believe in Me (Live 1971)
3. Lady on the Terrace (Live 1971)
4. I Got My Pipe (Live 1971)
5. It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference (Live 1971)
6. Rock All Over Again (Live 1971)
7. Everybody in the Congregation (Live 1971)
8. Broke Down & Busted (Live 1971)
9. Tonight I Wanna Love Me a Stranger (Live 1971)
10. Ooh Baby Baby (Live 1971)
11. Hold Me Tight (Excerpt) [Live 1971]
12. Before I Grow Too Old (Live 1971)
13. Be Nice to Me (Live 1971)
14. I'm Feelin' Better (Live 1971)
15. The Ballad (Denny & Jean) [Live 1971]
16. Broke Down & Busted (Live 1972)
17. Georgia Swing (Live 1972)
18. Outside Love (Live 1972)
19. Piss Aaron (Live 1972)
20. A Dream Goes on Forever (Live 1972)
21. I Saw the Light (Live 1972)
22. It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference (Live 1972)
23. Feels So Good to Be Alive (Live 1972)
24. Mad Red Ant Lady (Live 1972)
25. Blaze (Live 1972)
26. Lady on the Terrace (Live 1972)
27. Slut (Live 1972)
28. Intro (Live 1973)
29. I Saw the Light (Live 1973)
30. A Dream Goes on Forever (Live 1973)
31. Piss Aaron (Live 1973)
32. Lord Chancellor's Nightmare Song (Live 1973)
33. Hello It's Me (Live 1973)
34. Banter (Live 1973)
35. Utopia Theme (Live 1973)
36. Black Maria (Live 1973)
37. Hungry for Love (Live 1973)
38. The Ikon (Segments) [Live 1973]


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Schwittek
Just received this awesome 3 pack box from 1971-73 From Mister Todd Rundgren. The quality is amazing. I assume Todd did the remastering and is top notch. The first cd is a radio broadcast which shows all the members talents. All the music mixing/mastering is so well done. I've always respected Todd because he plays everything, writes, and sings. Check it out. Very refreshing.
2016-03-19 02:51:15

Did you know that?

Keith Moon passed out on a The Who show in the early 70´s but the band asked if there was anyone in the audience who could play drums. A fan came up on stage to replace Moon and the band could finish the setlist for the night.

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