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Double white colored vinyl LP pressing. This Encore Edition of Live in London marks the first time anyone beyond the hardy handful at the event has gotten an earful of Chilton and crew's first night at Dingwalls. The 14 songs making up the original Live in London were taken from the second night, when the shoeless rocker and his new British buddies had gelled more fully into fighting shape. All of it presented a greasy, ground-level picture of where Chilton's heart resided at the time, delivered with an earnest derangement roughly akin to Captain Beefheart's early funhouse-mirror distortions of the blues. Chilton may have arrived in his pajamas, but he came to rock. Live in London confirms that his mission was accomplished.
Double white colored vinyl LP pressing. This Encore Edition of Live in London marks the first time anyone beyond the hardy handful at the event has gotten an earful of Chilton and crew's first night at Dingwalls. The 14 songs making up the original Live in London were taken from the second night, when the shoeless rocker and his new British buddies had gelled more fully into fighting shape. All of it presented a greasy, ground-level picture of where Chilton's heart resided at the time, delivered with an earnest derangement roughly akin to Captain Beefheart's early funhouse-mirror distortions of the blues. Chilton may have arrived in his pajamas, but he came to rock. Live in London confirms that his mission was accomplished.
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Double white colored vinyl LP pressing. This Encore Edition of Live in London marks the first time anyone beyond the hardy handful at the event has gotten an earful of Chilton and crew's first night at Dingwalls. The 14 songs making up the original Live in London were taken from the second night, when the shoeless rocker and his new British buddies had gelled more fully into fighting shape. All of it presented a greasy, ground-level picture of where Chilton's heart resided at the time, delivered with an earnest derangement roughly akin to Captain Beefheart's early funhouse-mirror distortions of the blues. Chilton may have arrived in his pajamas, but he came to rock. Live in London confirms that his mission was accomplished.
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