The Kinks show, recorded at the Felt Forum in New York on Nov. 16, 1972 and available Wednesday through Friday, was in support of their great “Everybody's In Showbiz” album and includes several of the Kinks' greatest hits. The show begins with “Victoria,” and includes “”Till the End of the Day,” “Celluloid Heroes,” “Alcohol,” “Dedicated Follower of Fashion” and concluding medley of “You Really Got Me” and “All Day and All of the Night.”
The Humble Pie show, available Saturday through Sept. 17, was recorded at San Francisco's Winterland on May 6, 1973 in support of the group's “Eat It” album. The lineup featured lead singer Steve Marriott, Clem Clempson on guitar, Greg Ridley on bass and Jerry Shirley on drums. Songs include “Up Our Sleeve,” “Four Day Creep,” “C'mon Everybody,” “Hot N' Nasty,” “Thirty Days in the Hole,” “Hallelujah I Love Her So,” “I Don't Need No Doctor” and “Honky Tonk Woman.”
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