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Cream- Wheels of Fire- Eric Clapton, the late Jack Bruce

Cream’s breakthrough album “Disraeli Gears” only nine months earlier tee’d up the English/Scottish trio’s June 1968 third release, “Wheels of Fire”, for some impressive numbers. It went almost immediately to #3 sales in the UK and a bonafide #1 in the US, becoming the first double album to sell over a million copies. Eric Clapton & the late Jack Bruce are my guests.

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The Who- Tommy 55th- Pete Townshend pt1

The many stages of The Who’s “Tommy” conception, gestation, and birth as the first successful rock opera are further revealed, it seems, every time “Tommy”  composer Pete Townshend cleans out a storage closet. Townshend joins Redbeard In the Studio to present this rock sonogram of The Who “Tommy”  while still in the creative womb, on “Tommy” ‘s 55th anniversary, part 1.

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Mountain- Never in My Life- Capital Theater Passaic NJ 12-30-73

After the Jimi Hendrix Experience and Cream broke up, the heir to the throne of most powerful US rock band was the group Mountain…Led by the hulking guitarist/singer/songwriter Leslie West, Mountain posed a daunting challenge to sound engineers, both in the recording studio and live in concert. Here is a rare live recording of Mountain performing “Never in My Life” in late December 1973.

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Cheap Trick- At Budokan 45th- Rick Nielsen, Robin Zander

Rockford, Illinois’s Cheap Trick proved to be no joke on the live, Japan-only “At Budokan”, but the story of how the rest of the world ever got to hear it in February 1979 is a total fluke. Hear the story In the Studio from Cheap Trick’s Robin Zander and Rick Nielsen.

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The Band- Music from Big Pink- Robbie Robertson

Widely viewed along with Bob Dylan, The Byrds, and Gram Parsons as  fathers of  the Americana musical movement, The Band also may have  been one of rock’s first alternative groups. In part one of this classic rock interview, main songwriter Robbie Robertson (“The Weight”,”The Night They Drove Ol’Dixie Down”,”Up on Cripple Creek”,”The Shape I’m In”) helps me make that case.

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Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood Live

The reunion for which intrepid rock fans had longed for forty years became reality when Eric Clapton joined Steve Winwood  at Madison Square Garden in February 2008…rewarded with muscular, time-tested versions of “Had to Cry Today”,”Presence of the Lord”, and “Can’t Find My Way Home” as well as some of the best of Traffic, Derek and the Dominos, and Clapton and Winwood solo catalogs! Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood guest here In the Studio.