MAGGIE BELL & MIDNIGHT FLYER Live Montreux July 1981

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MAGGIE BELL & MIDNIGHT FLYER Live Montreux July 1981

DVD TRACKLISTING

1. Hey Boy
2. Danger Money
3. Love Games
4. Sweet Lovin’ Woman
5. Poor Little Jimmy
6. Rough Trade
7. French Kisses
8. Too Much Love
9. Penicillin Blues
BONUS TRACKS
10. Bring It Home To Me (with TAJ MAHAL)
11. Chain Gang (with TAL MAHAL)
12. Blues Jam (with ALBERT COLLINS)
13. Stormy Monday Blues (with ALBERT COLLINS)
BONUS FEATURES
In depth interview with MAGGIE BELL
History of MIDNIGHT FLYER by KEITH SMITH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is 1981 and Maggie Bell and Midnight Flyer have just finished supporting AC/DC on their European tour.

Their album ‘Midnight Flyer’ had been released on the famous Swansong label during February and they
were playing some European Dates of their own including an appearance at Montreux Jazz Festival on
8th July 1981.

On the bill also that night was TAJ MAHAL and ALBERT COLLINS both of whom appear on the
‘bonus tracks ‘on this DVD.

Classic blues/rock. Enjoy

MUSICIANS
MAGGIE BELL, TONY STEVENS, DAVE DOWLE, ANTONY GLYNNE, CHRIS PARREN

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Reviews

...a 13 song DVD that captures Bell and her Midnight Flyer band - bassist Tony Stevens, guitarist Ant Glynne, drummer Dave Dowle and keyboard player Chris Farren - at their dramatic peak.

... a decade on from her emergence aboard Stone The Crows (also the subject of an excellent Angel Air DVD), Bell remained one of British blues' most scintillating performers.

Jo-Ann Greene, Goldmine (April 2007)


You really can't go wrong here. It's a no-frills affair that does what it says on the tin. Top notch stuff.

**** Peter Muir, www.getreadytorock.com (June 2007)


Jimmy McCullough acquitted himself admirably on guitar as vocalist Maggie Bell prowled the stage rather like a Scottish Janis Joplin

Kevin Bryan, Hartlepool Mail (May 2007)


The packaging of this DVD should have been reinforced to hold in the energy lurking inside that is ready to explode onto your screen...

Classic Rock Society (November 2007)


 

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