Wednesday, April 27, 2016

RE-UP: George Harrison live in Vancouver 1974 - 1CD - November 2

George Harrison
2 November 1974
Pacific Coliseum
Vancouver, British columbia, Canada

Source - "Live in Vancouver - Nov. 2, 1974" - Publisher: RMG

Notes:
Even more incomplete version of the show at Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, on 2 November 1974 - the first of the 1974 North American tour. It omits "The Lord loves the One (That Loves the Lord)", "Who can see it", "Hari's on Tour", "Something", "Sue me, Sue you Blues" and "For you Blue", and Billy Preston's "Will it go round in Circles", as well as the Indian music interludes. And the song order has been jumbled up.

However, the sound quality is much better than on the previous version, with more presence and the treble not coming in and out all over the place. Unfortuately, a version of the complete show hasn't turned up.  Surprisingly, George's vocals aren't hoarse at this one, the start of the tour, despite being so for much of the Dark horse album, recorded before, and the rest of the tour.

 1. Tom Cat (Scott)  6:25
 2. Maya Love (Harrison)  5:24
 3. Outta Space (Preston)  5:14
 4. Give me Love (Give me Peace on Earth) (Harrison)  3:37
 5. Sound Stage of Mind (Harrison)  4:49
 6. In my Life (Lennon/McCartney)  6:13
 7. Dark Horse (Harrison)  4:42
 8. Nothing from Nothing (Preston/Fisher)  3:57
 9. What is Life (Harrison)  4:49 fades out
10. While my Guitar Gently Weeps (Harrison)  6:16
11. My Sweet Lord (Harrison)  9:46

Total time: 61:22

Lineage: Audience recording

Bootlegzone reviews -
"The problem of this album is the fact of inexplicable absence of "The Lord Loves the One(That Loves the Lord)" and "Who Can See It". The tracks were only performed on this unique occasion on the 74 tour. Does a complete version of the show exist? I don't know..."  Teran (edited to make sense in English)

"All the CD releases, this and Black Cat's "Pacific Coliseum" are incomplete (plus the Black cat release unfortunately has been corrupted by a copying mistake that seems to plague every known copy). Even Green Grape left out this show when they tackled all the other known releases from this tour. The only complete source is the double vinyl album on the Singer's Original Double Disc label, # 005. I think a remaster is in order." thewalruswasjohn

NB. The SODD (Singer's Original Double Disc) version mentioned above does not contain the two otherwise unplayed songs, let alone the full show.

Setlist as played -

1. Hari Good Boy Express (Hari's On Tour)
2. The Lord Loves The One Who Loves The Lord
3. Who Can See It
4. Something
5. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
6. *Going Around In Circles
7. Sue Me Sue You Blues
8. ***Zoon, Zoon, Zoon
9. ***Na Na Dahni
10. ***Cheparte
11. For You Blue
12. Give Me Love
13. Soundstage Of Mind
14. In My Life
15. **Tom Cat
16. Maya Love
17. *Outta Space
18. Dark Horse
19. *Nothing From Nothing
20. What Is Life
21. ***Anurag
22. ***I Am Missing You
23. ***Dispute and Violence
24. My Sweet Lord

* by Billy Preston
** by Tom Scott
*** by Ravi Shankar

Line-up:
George Harrison (Guitar)
Robben Ford (Guitar)
Willie Weeks (Bass Guitar)
Andy Newmark (Drums)
Billy Preston (Keyboards)
Emil Richards (Percussion)
Tom Scott (Horns)
Chuck Findley (Trumpet)
Jim Horn (Saxophone)

Indian musicians:
Ravi Shankar (Sitar)
Hariprasad Chaurasia (Flute)
Rijram Desad (Percussion & Strings)
T.V.Gopalkrishnam (Mridangam & Vocal)
Gopal Krishn (Vichitra Veena)
Sultan Khan (Sarangi)
Kartick Kumar (Sitar)
Kamalesh Maitra (Percussion)
Satyadev Pawar (North India Violin)
Alla Rakha (Tabla)
Harihar Rao (Percussion)
Lakshmi Shankar (Vocal)
Viji Shankar (Vocal)
Shivkumar Sharma (Santoor)
L.Subramaniam (Violin)

Artwork included.

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