38 Special: Live At Rockpalast 1981

38 Special SKU: 43475933
38 Special: Live At Rockpalast 1981

38 Special: Live At Rockpalast 1981

38 Special SKU: 43475933

Format: CD

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Description

Title: Live At Rockpalast 1981
Artist: 38 Special
Label: Made in Germany Musi
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 885513901729
Genre: Rock

38 Special was formed in 1974 by lead vocalist, guitarist and songwriter Donnie Van Zant (brother of Ronnie and Johnny Van Zant, both Lynyrd Skynyrd) and Don Barnes in 1974 in Jacksonville, Florida.They are best known for their early 1980-ies hit singles "Hold On Loosely" and "Caught Up in You", along with other Top 40 Billboard Hot 100 chart entries in the 1980s and early 1990s, including "Rockin' into the Night" or "Wild Eyes Southern Boys". Their many Gold and Platinum album awards stand in testament to the endurance of a legendary powerhouse. Since 1976, when Lynyrd Skynyrd manager Peter Rudge signed them to A&M Records (their self-titled debut was produced by Edgar Winter's White Trash's Dan Hartman), the band has released more than 15 albums. And is still touring relentlessly, bringing their signature brand of 'muscle and melody' to the fans worldwide.38 Special's "Live At Rockpalast 1981" show (Loreley, August 29, 1981, The Outlaws, Nine Below Zero and Thin Lizzy were in the festival line-up that day as well) was off the rails, an excellent high energy show. Vocals and sound were on point. The band looked like they were having just as much fun as the audience. This show is, indeed, a memento of an exceptional performance of this legendary Southern Rock band in Germany.

Tracks:
1.1 Turn It on (Live @ Test Open Air Festival Loreley, August 29, 1981)
1.2 First Time Around (Live @ Test Open Air Festival Loreley, August 29, 1981)
1.3 Stone Cold Believer (Live @ Test Open Air Festival Loreley, August 29, 1981)
1.4 Robin Hood (Live @ Test Open Air Festival Loreley, August 29, 1981)
1.5 Wild Eyed Southern Boys (Live @ Test Open Air Festival Loreley, August 29, 1981)
1.6 Hold on Loosely (Live @ Test Open Air Festival Loreley, August 29, 1981)
1.7 Back Alley Sally (Live @ Test Open Air Festival Loreley, August 29, 1981)
1.8 Around and Around (Live @ Test Open Air Festival Loreley, August 29, 1981)
1.9 Rockin' Into the Night (Live @ Test Open Air Festival Loreley, August 29, 1981)
1.10 I Been a Mover (Live @ Test Open Air Festival Loreley, August 29, 1981)
1.11 Fortunate Son (Live @ Test Open Air Festival Loreley, August 29, 1981)
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