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King Biscuit Flower Hour: In Concert

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  • WOW, this man has lungs of steel. Truly one of the most gifted and talented singers in the 70’s, Steve Marriott was a black man trapped in a white man’s body. His soul was so deep in the ryhthm & blues that he not only wrote it, he sang it, continuously. Once onstage you here a man possessed by the power of soul. He sang nonstop during his concerts even going as far to sing the inbetween song banter that most fans dont usually want to here, but Steve made it interesting. Kicking this show off with the rocker Up Your Sleeves segueing into 4 Day Creep, Steve and Co. are in fine spirits. C’mon Everybody is just as powerful as the studio version and Humble Pie’s version ofHonky Tonk Woman has got to give the Stones a run for their money. Revved up blues like Blues I Believe and Road Runner cement Steve’s reputation as a voice to be reckoned with. By the time I Don’t Need No Doctor and Hot N’ Nasty are played, Steve’s been singing his arse off for well over an hour, so if he sounds weak and tried you won’t mind, because in that first hour you’ll experience something you’ve likely never had or ever will again in music.

    Posted on November 14, 2009